schech wrote:Thankfully they managed to remove the chassis
The big trouble with MOL is he has about as much credibility as you average politician, i.e. ZERO :P it’s funny how his biggest base of all even bigger than DUB is not mentioned in these cuts STN I’d say this is just a classic case of using other believable factors to cull routes and or bases that ...Jump to post
I'm sorry but every time I glance at that phrase I automatically see it as 'with out you in it'. Same here. It's not just the verbiage, but the way the words are stacked instead of the whole thing flowing from left to right. I clicked the article, and before I read a single word of it I'd already m...Jump to post
KlimaBXsst wrote:evolutionary dead end
all I can say is... WOWJump to post
KFTG wrote:Why is the fact that airframe is 19 years-old relevant to the discussion?
As far as I was able to find out, the only airline that has regular flights between Russia and the USA is Aeroflot. They serve New York JFK, Washington Dulles, Los Angeles and Miami. If it were SkyTeam bonding between Delta and Aeroflot, you'd think they'd start it out of Atlanta. However Russia is...Jump to post
Good to see such a "supportive" bunch of people "looking out for the common good" in this thread. Boeing "definitely does not" have a culture problem. It’s less that and more questioning the wisdom of of keeping this thread up when it is clear that even the OP is not 1...Jump to post
seat64k wrote:MalevTU134 wrote:The version from BBC Pidgin...
TIL BBC has a pidgin version - I am delighted!
Good to see such a "supportive" bunch of people "looking out for the common good" in this thread. Boeing "definitely does not" have a culture problem.Jump to post
wexfordflyer wrote:I'm very suprised at KLM here. They seem a bit out of touch, and certainly behind other airlines in their thinking on this topic.
BasilFawlty wrote:Wasn't Plus Ultra started by the same halfwits of Air Madrid? And Air Comet took over some Air Madrid routes when they went bust, so they are a little bit related...
AAB holding the plaque...Jump to post
Iemand91 wrote:in a Qatar Executive Gulfstream G650ER
saved by a ditch built after the crash of Air India Express 812 back in 2010 Interesting, is that a proper EMAS system, or did the ground past the runway just happened to have exactly the right consistency? Good to see local solutions that don't take years, involve millions of dollars, endless cons...Jump to post
Ummm...subsidy running out? But otherwise, yeah, maybe they can't pay for fuel cost or landing fee? Even after selling a ton of stuff, HNA's crisis is still not quite over. There's exactly zero subsidies for flights out of PEK/PVG/CAN, including this one (I'm not saying LIS's not giving out subsidi...Jump to post
Gotta love the "big announcement tomorrow" cliche.Jump to post
what will become of the "electronic art gallery" ???Jump to post
737max8 wrote:You put out an RFP and see who the best bidders are.
sonicruiser wrote:British Airways touches down in Pakistan after 10 years
mercure1 wrote:Where have you been since 1979?
berari wrote:many passengers broke out into worship songs and clapping, while some fell to their knees in prayer.
ikramerica wrote:We had this happen on a 757 into LGA.
Qatara340 wrote:Qatar A340s are my favorite birds. Breaks my heart to see them go so young. So many memories of the onboard lounge and those First Class cabins! I’ll have to find a new User Name now; moderators!
140 Kgs of fuel even on an efficient B787 are 2 or 3 minutes on the tarmac or maybe 20 minutes of APU... sounds like a joke to me Consider the source...what other airline would use the word "humongous" in a press release. Weak attempt at appearing innovative. At least they have started to...Jump to post
I guess time will Tel...Jump to post
smartplane wrote:ElroyJetson wrote:This topic has come up several times before. I would refer to other threads on the subject.
On which the Topic Author has participated, and raised the same questions / issues.
Boeing hasn’t been the same since McDonnell Douglas bought them with their own money. These are the the same managers that made the MD11 a short-lived plane by not updating the wing to save a couple of dollars. I won’t shed a tear to see them depart. I strongly doubt any of the things we're having ...Jump to post
More Sultan of Brunei Anti-LGBT fallout?Jump to post
Didn't realize they had state oil wealth to support such a project...or even the daily output. From Wikipedia: The Ceylon Petroleum Corporation has a production output of 50,000bbl/d. That's 50 747 sorties of 10 hours each, assuming the rest of the nation does without petroleum.Jump to post
This is more HK newspaper BS (which they are famous for), not something official from Beijing and its in Traditional Characters. Finally the Vatican is culturally part of Italy and there are no border checks. To start, what BS? This is Sing Tao not Apple Daily or even Oriental Daily. Isn't Sing Tao...Jump to post
I think this non-copyrighted, public domain string of text says it best: . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . ,.-‘”. . . . . . . . . .“~., . . . . . . . .. . . . . .,.-”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .“-., . . . . .. . . . . . ..,/. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ”:, . . . . . . . .. .,?...Jump to post
readytotaxi wrote:I think this is one of those "Lost in translation" things.
Myself I see the innocent side of it first and then the Aussie p.o.v. , promoting sex tourism is a bit strong I feel.
This table seems to be extremely inaccurate. For example, for London, the following inconsistencies exist: YYC - is actually year-round. YVR - is seasonal. YEG - is a future Swoop route. YWG - is seasonal. Although interesting, this table should be taken with a grain of salt. Don't most large airli...Jump to post
must be some UFO activity over Africa...Jump to post