davidjohnson6 wrote:I'm assuming it's one really old A320 being delivered and the leasing company must have demanded a LOT of cash as a deposit...
Perhaps HA could be testing the water, seeing if they can viably use the 32N on the inter island routes. While the virtues of the 717 on these runs have been well documented, could HA be seeing if they can use a more fuel efficient and larger aircraft given the current situation, perhaps they could ...Jump to post
I would hazard a guess these are going to someone like Nordwind, they’ve been acquiring a few 77Ws lately, so it’s possible they would pick up a few more if they were cheap. And they can very much be classed as European.Jump to post
I know that it seems a foregone conclusion but has there been official confirmation or a press-release from Flybe yet? Not an official press release as such, but according to Devon live a letter was sent to employees at 00:54, so it would seem that it’s confirmed. Source and full article at: https:...Jump to post
I’m really not convinced that this is such a good idea, what sort of demand is there on these routes, while the 321XLR is a good aircraft for the job this really smacks of vanity project to me, which with these smaller state owned carriers haven’t ever gone particularly well Good luck to them, they’...Jump to post
There is one thing that gets me though, There is all this talk of the A321XLR and to a Lesser extent the LR being game changing, however by all accounts these aircraft don’t exactly have stellar runway performance, so while they are opening new long thin routes, won’t these mostly be from airports ...Jump to post
There is one thing that gets me though, There is all this talk of the A321XLR and to a Lesser extent the LR being game changing, however by all accounts these aircraft don’t exactly have stellar runway performance, so while they are opening new long thin routes, won’t these mostly be from airports t...Jump to post
bennett123 wrote:I would add Bristol, Cardiff, Bournemouth, Exeter and Leeds Bradford.
DEN is thrilled to announce our 11th foreign-flag carrier What are the other 10 ? British Airways Lufthansa Icelandair Volaris Air Canada Norwegian Aeromexico COPA WestJet Edelweiss I thought that (I could be wrong) Volaris,Westjet and Edelweiss are not flag carriers. Volaris is low cost from Mexic...Jump to post
Why would the FAA be “all over Southwest” after nothing more than a possible faulty sensor? Pressurization/pressure sensing issue? Twice in a week? Same airframe? In the history of commercial aviation, I have never heard of a single airframe experiencing the exact same class of failure twice to the...Jump to post
Looks pretty nice
I reckon that it would look better if the Alaska logo colours and titles were also red and shades of red to match the incredibles suits and the theme.
Seems strange that they tried again so soon afterwards considering it must have been a fairly serious problem, I would assume this is due to the airlines little fleet, needing that aircraft later onJump to post
Terribly sad news not been a great day, first PK661 and now this, what on earth is going on.Jump to post
There's probably a few to be sold to some of the European holiday carriers that operate old widebody aircraft. Thomas Cook, Condor etc. I agree with this sentiment, especially Thomas cook, some of their older A330s have garnered a reputation, G-OMYT comes to mind, so I reckon NEO purchase from TCX ...Jump to post