If we as a global humanity seek retaliation for every wrong where will it ever stop!!! As an ex-Muslim who is fluent in Arabic, I do not propose such a thing. It is best that you educate yourself of the existence of a Declaration of War that Allah made against the Non-Muslims more than 1,400 years ...Jump to post
Not necessarily but it seems strange when you won't say why you need it. Was your stay at one of their hotels so horrific that you feel the need to complain to him or is it something more sinister like blackmail or stalking? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Singapore_Airlines From the above link on Si...Jump to post
BestWestern wrote:Infoempresa will give the full details and directors of the company. It’s a pay service. M
The whole board is on its Spanish wikipedia page. That's the problem - we, Singaporeans, do not have Spanish as one of our languages. A search for Barcelo Hotel Group on google maps gives their Palma de Mallorca central offices address. I managed to access the information from Bloomberg. I really, ...Jump to post
No, you can't. I don't have the name but I wouldn't give it to you even if I did. Soliciting the name, contact information and physical address of a private individual and not disclosing your reasons publicly when asked begs the question of your motivations. So, according to you, trying to obtain t...Jump to post
Barcelo is family-owned and not publicly listed. Thanks! I checked and it is listed under Bloomberg as a Private Company. I doubt you'll find direct contact info anywhere, those who have it won't share it. In our part of the world, you can be given access to the information of a Private Company by ...Jump to post
I will greatly appreciate if anyone from airliners.net forum members could advise me the Name and Email Address of the President of Barcelo Hotel Group? I will even be grateful to have a physical address. Strangely, this information of a public listed company is not available on their website. Can a...Jump to post
leftcoast8 wrote:Delta of all airlines flew PDX-BKK using L-1011s.
leftcoast8 wrote:TG served both cities, BKK-TPE-SEA-DFW
I believe the only US carrier to served CAI was TWA (perhaps PA did too). They had continuing service onto Riyadh. In fact TW had a massive ticket office in Tahir Square across from the Nile Hilton and Cairo Museum. :checkmark: At one point in time, TWA was flying twice daily from Cairo with B727. ...Jump to post
I thought their Aussie flights always routed through Bangkok. Miss those days, row of 747s in Sydney marching the ethnic makeup of the suburbs — Alitalia, Olympic, JAT (DC-10), MEA. Now everyone flies ME3 of course I do recall that AZ was operating the DC10 from SIN. Not sure if the flights were SY...Jump to post
Apparently, Alitalia had a small number of cabin crew base in SIN to support their Australia flights. This was during the mid to late 70s. Is there anyone here who can provide me with more information (history) on the above?Jump to post
Well I was trying to access the Southwest website despite I'm living in Thailand today and then I received an "You don't have permission to access "http://www.southwest.com/" on this server." message. Do anyone also get this similar fate as well when you live outside USA or Mexi...Jump to post
Draken21fx wrote:Not an expert in Maltese aviation but there seems to have been an attempt to have a direct connection in the 90s.
MaverickM11 wrote:If it’s not blessed by the Flying Spaghetti Monster, I’m not getting on it
a350lover wrote:What are Alitalia current long-haul destinations?
They used to serve quite a lot of Asia. At some point they even announced plans to serve the Australian market.
salttee wrote:My cat has his shit together whenever I don't clean his litter box.
Despite MH370/MH17 & QZ8501, both AirAsia & Malaysia Airlines are safe, just as safe as CX or BR. Same for Malindo Air. Malaysia Airlines' record is skewed simply because the double disasters of 2014, both of which are not really the fault of the airline. You can see the list of IOSA-certif...Jump to post
TheRotiJohn..............................Welcome to A.net! I like your name - it's one of my favourite dish during my National Service days.Jump to post
On reply to a few comments above.. am not aware of a CAI-TUN with Gulfair, back in the time it was a Oman-UAE-Bahrein airline.. but am quiet sure of a AUH-TUN-CMN in the 80s with the Tristars. I can assure you that GF did operate CAI-TUN in the mid-80s; and yes, it was with a Tristar. My first opti...Jump to post
ElPistolero wrote:(And no, India does not allow dual citizenship.)
smi0006 wrote:I wonder if we’ll ever see SQ, GA, D7 or MH etc do the same?
PolarRoute wrote:IFE getting REAL
readytotaxi wrote:Why does God need to get about on an airplane? I'd what to see some I.D.
sadiqutp wrote:MAS problems go way beyond any A380s.
Interesting bit of trivia-in Downtown Cairo, one can still see markings (usually stickers and other memorabilia) in travel agencies of airlines long gone...TWA, Sabena etc. Air India also few to CAI, and their office remained in Cairo for many years after they had suspended service. The only East A...Jump to post
TG's problems in Madrid were not related one to one to the country's economy: 1) MAD-BKK is an extremely low yielding route. Mostly backpackers and young people/couples looking for the cheapest fare 2) Fierce competition (Emirates, Qatar, Etihad, Turkish, Air France, Lufthansa and even Aeroflot, al...Jump to post
QF2 ex LHR routed daily via BAH and SIN, but I also recall that for a while one per week was supposedly routed via DAM but never actually stopped there. It was something to do with maintaining overflying rights IIRC. Each week one of us would be tasked with calling the 3 or 4 customers booked LHR-D...Jump to post
Never knew GF operated CAI-TUN. CAI was of course one of their most important routes, along with Beirut, London and Bombay (circa early '70s). Traditionally, GF operated to CAI from AUH, BAH, and DOH. I remember flying nonstop AUH-CAI as late as 2005. GF during that time had double-daily A340/A330 ...Jump to post
Antarius wrote:DFW should have given it a water cannon salute. Just for funzies
txjim wrote:we knew there was a problem at DFW when we saw AA and others approaching DAL due to DL 191 crash.
eisenbach wrote:Amazing how time changes - when I was young Gulf Air was THE carrier in the region!
Btw, I'm wondering why suddenly Oman Air & Gulf Air have decided to start CMN, is there so much demand between the Gulf and Morocco? Potencial New long haul routes from my point of view could be: MAD, MXP, AMS, GVA, NBO, KUL, CAN & PVG GF used to fly to CMN in the early 2000s. I do remember...Jump to post
alan3 wrote:-New livery and brand identity
-8 new destinations this year (2 in India, 2 in Saudi, 2 in Egypt, Baku and Casablanca)
Great Trip Report Knightsofmalta!Jump to post
Wonderful Trip Report jrfspa320! I have an Emerald Status with UL and enjoy their service to Europe. Anyway, you missed out on that KIRIBATH breakfast into Colombo. That is one awesome breakfast dish - something like Nasi Lemak in Malaysia/Singapore, Nasi Uduk/Gurih in Indonesia.Jump to post