sohanb82 wrote:calpsafltskeds wrote:763:
N672UA exited MCO maint 2741/27Jan
N677UA entered MCO maint 2741/17Jan, sked to exit 2740/29Jan
Are these aircraft being ferried to MCO from a hub? Or do they enter after a revenue flight? Do they go straight back into revenue service after leaving MCO?
Hotel vouchers?! Damn, even Allegiant gives better service than United. And how is that? United along with other carrier give vouchers. You are either being sarcastic or lying. Does southwest give vouchers for weather incurred delays? Oh I was just thinking of the Goose Bay incident. As far as I kn...Jump to post
a quick check indicates that the AS plane was the only BZE divert that did not make it to the intended destination (CUN) last night. I would assume the crew timed out. I follow 9N (Belize based airline) on FB and they posted a photo of the plane this morning. As for hotels....Belize City can more t...Jump to post
They should probably bring in a few more destinations to Asia... It is suffocatingly tough to call it the largest airline with only 42 weekly worth of flights from the entire China, including Hong Kong, some of which are done using mere 788s. It is about time they begin exploiting CZ’s partnership ...Jump to post
STL had service to KEF... I don’t see any other TATL working out.Jump to post
Already posted and it’s not ALL flights.
LGA currently is in a second tier stop due to staffing constraints. PHL and EWR have been experiencing departure delays due to staffing concerns in DC center. Update: it appears the staffing constraints are in ZDC which are causing passback restrictions to ZNY/N90 effecting the NY airports. Update 2...Jump to post
I'm not sure how this is a good earnings. Their RASM growth in Q4 was the lowest among all the major airlines. They are guidance is flat to 2% increase in RASM for Q1, which is average and lower than what UA and WN reported. They are expecting Q1 margin to be 2.5 to 4.5%, which will be probably the...Jump to post
AAlaxfan wrote:I read on the AA fleet thread that they have 80 with some sort of short field package. https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtop ... 1&start=50
Y’all can check out this and see the vehicles at work trying to get the surface back open.
One reason I can think of is its small domestic footprint compared to its rivals. Consider these things A. They don't have a megahub like an ATL/DFW B. They lack a true SE hub C. They are often in 3rd/4th place or lower compared to AA/DL/WN in airports outside of their hub markets D. They haven't f...Jump to post
E. They fly too many regional jets compared to AA/DL, particularly too many 50 seaters. Upgauging alone would improve domestic margins nicely. This. They need a pilot agreement where they fly more A220-100 or E2-195 in return they are allowed more modern (heavier) 76 RJs. DL worked out a compromise...Jump to post
if that is in fact the case, seems like a bad operational decision by UA. Why not fly to SFO, surely they don't have to worry about duty times from Goose to SFO and once at SFO, UA's largest base, a new crew would certainly be at the ready to continue onto HKG. The original plan was to fly the airc...Jump to post
[twoid][/twoid] taking a wild guess, the pax will get hotel accommodations for the night and will try the flight again tomorrow, on the original 777. I don't think they ever had the chance to leave the plane until the rescue 777 arrived earlier today. The flight was cancelled so no. They will be rea...Jump to post
There was a pax who suffered seizures, hence the medical diversion. The crew duty time will be exceed if they continue to HKG. if that is in fact the case, seems like a bad operational decision by UA. Why not fly to SFO, surely they don't have to worry about duty times from Goose to SFO and once at...Jump to post
Forecast is for some SN but mostly PL all day. PL are very tricky to try and operate in, especially departures.Jump to post
Are you referring to Thursday 1/17? Aircraft was downgraded due to 789s out of service. This causes a weight restriction. Flight cancelled and operated as 2809 for passenger reaccomodation. Ah ok, that explains it. Do you know how many seats were blocked on the outbound from SFO? Look at the United...Jump to post
They don’t need to develop a small narrow body. E190/E195....Jump to post
Do we know that the airport is indeed closed? Referencing the live update on the FAA flight delay page....there is no reference to OMA being closed, and it shows delays of 15 minutes or less. That page doesn’t usually list every airport that is closed. Usually only during major events. The airport ...Jump to post
[twoid][/twoid] Do we know that the airport is indeed closed? Referencing the live update on the FAA flight delay page....there is no reference to OMA being closed, and it shows delays of 15 minutes or less. That page doesn’t usually list every airport that is closed. Usually only during major event...Jump to post
https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/flights/todayinthesky/2018/08/09/united-airlines-new-colors-brand-update-include-runway-gray/948207002/ Keep in mind these are the now the colors UA is working with.. Note especially the ‘Pacific Blue’ Yes - this was linked in the OP. Yes ... given how long thi...Jump to post
Here are some additional looks: Flight Ops https://liveandletsfly.boardingarea.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/United-AIrlines-2019-uniforms-01.jpg https://liveandletsfly.boardingarea.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/United-AIrlines-2019-uniforms-08.jpeg https://liveandletsfly.boardingarea.com/wp-conte...Jump to post
Keep in mind these are the now the colors UA is working with..
Note especially the ‘Pacific Blue’
Wear tests for inflight/flight ops/customer service will begin with the pieces in the current color palette to test form/fit and functionality. Later this year, they will proceed with the wear test in the new palette. Final roll-out in 2020. The pieces by Carhartt are in their final wear test phase ...Jump to post
For those of you asking where these colors came from, they are all part of the new color palette United introduced last year and will continue to use going forward. Reference the second link in the OP.
Also, these are just some of the looks. There’s others that have been released internally.
With the exception of 1 or 2 pieces, I like the new looks. Fresh and modern. Different! It signals a change is in the air. Hopefully a new/updated livery is in the works too... https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2019/01/16/USAT/7f95e571-508c-4a3b-8457-474bf2ef4103-Inflight_1.jpg?width=520&height...Jump to post
Are there new seat maps for the Hi-J 763s or the PY 772s? The PE 772s are on the United website... all reconfigured 772s also have Premium Plus. The High-J 763 is here: https://twitter.com/LAflyr/status/984874494761189376 Very cool, thank you. What routes are tagged for the Hi-J 763s? Have to imagi...Jump to post
United shares are sharply up in after-market trading as United beats Wall Street estimates on both fourth quarter revenue and profit. **In December 2018, ordered an additional four Boeing 777-300ER aircraft and 24 737 MAX aircraft.** For 2019, UAL expects adjusted diluted earnings per share to again...Jump to post
Don’t know if stop in SNN was maintenance or medical, but stop in EWR is for both crew change and FIS clearance. IAH FIS is refusing to stay late to deal with it. Given the current government paycheck problems I don’t blame them. Update: hearing issue was medical... Best wishes for the passenger in...Jump to post
How so? While I agree they haven't emphasized it as much in recent years, it is still UA's largest hub and they are about to embark on a major expansion project. The issue holding UA back at ORD is the continued presence of AA. Without AA, UA would likely build up ORD to ATL levels. The biggest iss...Jump to post
They have been for the last several years if you’ve been watching. It's hard to save they've been upgauging -- they've been adding 50-seaters on net, not dropping them. https://aviationvoice.com/united-airlines-to-add-40-crj-200s-in-2018-2-201801261409/ Only because they are maxed out on 76 seaters...Jump to post
Now there is a top off order for more A220s at DL. This seems to fit with the strategy as expressed on their presentation and in the video (thanks of the link). When looking at the ownership of the regionals, I think it shows it is going to be an active 12-24 months in this space (continuing to be ...Jump to post
Just like the parent airlines, regionals will go through consolidation. There are currently 14 on this list. I would think half a dozen could get eaten. Regionals left standing Endeavor, SkyWest, Republic, Horizon, Envoy, ExpressJet, GoJet, and Mesa. Compass, Piedmont, PSA, Air Wisconsin, Trans Sta...Jump to post