Oh, I guess not South Dakota.... No, the real & original Aberdeen. :smile: ex-Flybe G-JECK being prepped for departure colliding with parked Loganair E145 G-SAJS. Both empty so no injuries. You would have liked to have thought the Dash had been checked prior to even moving it, given it had been...Jump to post
He needs to defer to his brown, hairy sidekick..........Jump to post
We're all doomed basically. Socially and economically. Aviation will be no different.Jump to post
Seems ABZBHX will see competition as Eastern intend also starting the route as well as Loganair.
https://www.eveningexpress.co.uk/fp/new ... VOx5OsrteM
Something stinks about this. And it's not the lav.Jump to post
That's a big bear.Jump to post
787Driver wrote:And they’re off to a “great” start. One of the co-owners has been caught severely falsifying his CV and has stepped down
https://www.dr.dk/nyheder/penge/dansk-f ... med-sit-cv
mentioned elsewhere already, but Loganair to take over bmi's three routes ex-ABZ from March 4; 7 flights a week Aberdeen-Bristol (daily mon-Fri and twice on Sunday), 5 flights a week Aberdeen-Esbjerg and 6 flights a week Aberdeen-Oslo. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetla...Jump to post
The statement by flybmi is quite candid in its explanation about how Brexit has proven to be its downfall. Far too easy nowadays to blame Brexit..... Far too easy for doubters to dismiss Brexit as a valid reason for a company to go under. Surely they would be in best position to know, and if they h...Jump to post
TC957 wrote:So will BA go back to BOAC service levels as well ?
Police say they found a broken drone in the linked article. This has the hallmarks of a mass-hysteria event. I'm guessing there was a drone, somewhere, maybe even a threat to aviation, and human nature blew it up from there. We humans can convince ourselves of almost anything. Pure speculation on m...Jump to post
Well looking at their photo they look as normal as can be, a very smart and attractive looking couple, to be honest I was expecting a nerdy looking middle aged couple looking all washed up but this couple look the complete opposite of that. It will be very interesting in the coming days to find out...Jump to post
Arion640 wrote:Breathe wrote:BA is increasing flights to 16 weekly on LHR-INV
FR are adding LUX and Legoland aka BLL from EDI
https://www.aol.co.uk/news/2018/11/08/r ... edinburgh/
Drop LBA down and increase INV. You think it would be the other way around.
DXB, then the home airport of those airlines with the biggest A380 fleets presumably.Jump to post
I was looking a few months ago for odd routes and found they flew Antwerp-Aberdeen. I wondered who the hell on earth uses that route. Fares were cheap (about 50 EUR) so I was tempted to do it and then flew in/back from BRU/CRL and GLA/EDI. Too bad I didn't do it! Oil. But in the end not enough dema...Jump to post
I fear a bloodbath in China...………………….Jump to post
Have the Russians not been in Sweden before.....
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/ ... -stockholm
Why did BA, historically a 747 operator, go with the 380 instead of the 748? Would BA have been better off with the 748? Good question. Economics, capacity probably have much to do with it, the B748 looks a superb aircraft but it's not really sold in sufficient passenger config. Lufthansa seem happ...Jump to post
This reads like a 10yr old child's wishlist. What a complete waste of bandwidth - more suitable for a comic than a serious aviation forum. EDIT: Just read the Flybe thread & the same poster has routes from EXE(?!) to all four corner of the globe!! Apart from the fact that Exeter is EXT, now I KN...Jump to post
I was very surprised BA stopped BGO & SVG - I guess the oil industry took quite a hit from the low oil price.Jump to post
TheLion wrote:alm1 wrote:TheLion wrote:11:15am to 12:17am is actually 13 hours...
I think that's an error in their post as flightradar shows YL-CSF has departed at 12:17 PM
Bostrom wrote:KLM claims to be the world's oldest airline still operating under the same name.