USA3000 wasn't a very large airline. I do remember being interested in them and making a video explaining the reason why they ceased operations.
Due to Frontier attempting to operate flights from ISP to many places (i.e. Minneapolis, Detroit, New Orleans) and failing is a sign that there isn't a large market for those flights. American offers ISP-PHL to connect passengers anywhere, and that flight is usually full, but that doesn't mean Delta...Jump to post
Emirates still operates MXP-JFK-MXPJump to post
The only person I've ever given a window seat up for is my dadJump to post
I was on the last flight, here is my video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMhlnWdxu8AJump to post
DL didn't do a farewell flight for the 747s (IIRC, they were quoted as saying that they'd do one if someone paid for the Jet A), so I don't think that they really value the past. Heck, they put out an ad a few years ago that essentially trashed every major American aviation pioneer, while claiming ...Jump to post
The immediate catchment area of Nassau and Suffolk counties is huge a wealthy. For various reasons, those passengers tend to leak to LGA and JFK. Airline loyalty, schedule, price, nonstops, etc. Legacy carriers offering a few RJ flights to a nearby hub, likely at a higher fare, will often fuel that...Jump to post
Back in August, I flew on Frontier Airlines inaugural flight into Islip MacArthur Airport (ISP). That flight was from Orlando (MCO). But looking at there destinations our of ISP, it looks like they have really expanded. Here is a list of destinations: All year: Fort Myers, Miami, New Orleans, Orland...Jump to post
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I would call it "AirAmerica"
Not banned. Skylink Express have a daily Beech 1900 fly from YHZ during the night: http://flightaware.com/live/flight/SLQ9742/history/20170616/0500Z/CYHM/KJFK Wow, that is a late flight! Departs at 1:09 AM and gets in at 2:27 AM! That's cool, never seen it there. Does it turn around and depart at l...Jump to post
Hello! If you had to choose, on personal or business experience, which aircraft is better? The Embraer 120 Brasilia or the SAAB 340A/B turboprops? https://www.google.it/search?q=emb+120&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj2_6qcmbvUAhWF2BoKHaK6C34Q_AUICigB&biw=1440&bih=826#i...Jump to post
MCO (Orlando International Airport) was a hub for Eastern Airlines and then Delta Air Lines, but now it's only a focus city for Southwest and JetBlue. Delta still has a large presence though. MCO is a hub for Silver Airways, but I don't know if that really counts as their fleet only consists of Saa...Jump to post
Kansas City was also a hub for YX. Los Angeles isn't a hub and IT'S OUR SECOND LARGEST CITY!!!! In a way you are correct, and in a way you are wrong LAX is called a hub by Alaska Airlines (https://newsroom.alaskaair.com/cities-served) SCROLL THROUGH THERE LIST OF HUBS)) LAX is also called a hub by ...Jump to post
Dear av geeks, I am interested in what larger airports located in the US have no major hub or medium hub. I can list a few below... *Port Columbus (SkyBus had started an airline there, and failed massively, as they flew to small cities like New Castle, Gulfport, or Chatanooga in a fairly large aircr...Jump to post
I am in Portofino, Italy right now...
The closest flying aircraft is an Alitalia A321-112 en-route from Paris (CDG) to Rome (FCO) "AZ325"
Gotta love FR24
Not exactly correct. Yeah, the A380 is not a game changer, but it does show just how big a civil aircraft plane can be. Without a doubt, the 747 was a game changer. The 787 is a game changer, with the small size, but great range and efficiency. The DC-9 was a fair game changer, as it led to the MD 8...Jump to post
Largest: SWA 737-800
Smallest: AA Dash 8-Q100
Not that I know of, interesting to find out though...Jump to post