Super80Fan wrote:Don't think BDL-LAX is going to happen on Delta. Would love to see them start BDL to SLC however, either on an A319 or A220.
Okay, I realize that in Europe with the European carriers, it is fairly common to have alpha numeric call signs for whatever reason that is quite different from the actual flight number. The other day while listening to the scanner frequency, I heard a United 204T that was on a domestic flight over...Jump to post
Do a search on the investor....it gets a little interesting.Jump to post
And if you're in the L.A. area, you might see one up close:
Atlas World Wide Holdings owns Titan Aviation Leasing. And ATSG owns Cargo Aircraft Management, ABX Air, ATI, and Omni. In some cases Titan (or another affiliate) dry-leases an airplane to Amazon, then it is operated under CMI agreement with Atlas. Similarly, CAM dry-leases an airplane to Amazon (o...Jump to post
Hi everyone, I was wondering how are the ACMI providers. Is there some majors ACMI such as major lessors like Aercap / ALC / CDB etc? Or it's more small companies offering this service? Also, does major Lessor companies offering ACMI deals? Many thanks for your feedbacks. In order to provide ACMI s...Jump to post
If anyone saw the presser, Elites CEO said that they had CRJ 900's coming. Maybe they will move up to these. If you do the paperwork right, how long does it take to get an AOC from the Feds??? We don't have AOCs in the US. The DOT economic authority might take a year. The FAA Air Carrier Certificat...Jump to post
so they are starting up as a DOT 380?? ugh. People Express all over again. PEOPLExpress wasn't 380. It was Vision Airlines dba PEOPLExpress. From what I can gather, this will be the same Aretakis is a serious player and his resume is a mile long. He was at YX, F9, Vanguard, etc all as VP of revenue...Jump to post
sunking737 wrote:I bet its not even painted. It will just have a sticker placed on the plane with the Midwest Name
The "new" Eastern is the "old" Dynamic, and has been flying for a while.
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PHX is AA’s least profitable hub not located in a key intl market (MIA, NYC, and LAX). Also, it is heavily overlapping with DFW and LAX. So taking these factors into consideration, what is the future of AA at PHX? This quote came from a FlightGlobal article late last year, in response to a blogger ...Jump to post
[threeid][/threeid] Let me bring up a bigger point - is Mesa going to survive on their own, or are these talks of 737's their "survival plan"? It's no secret Mesa's performance is lacking, and I bet AA can't wait to dump them. Not sure how UA feels as they recently I believe renewed their ...Jump to post
Never heared of that before, do you know when and which airframe? I don’t think Mesa ever had MD-80s, but Mesa was the only Fokker 70 operator in the US, they had two Fokker 70s from 1995 to 1996 flying around operating under their Desert Sun Airlines brand. They eventually traded their Fokkers in ...Jump to post
Antonov Airlines has a foreign carrier certificate from the FAA, based on the open skies treaty with Ukraine and the fact that no American airline objected to flights to and from the United States for the kind of specialized cargo they carry. However, the American carriers did object to them having...Jump to post
You could have TIS-B as a helper. A lot of the flight school airplanes around here have that.Jump to post
I noticed on FR24 that during most of the SFO morning bank, there is a queue of almost 20 aircraft lined up all the way to the Sierra Nevada which I would imagine makes it difficult for pilots landing at OAK to find an opening. I'd guess the obvious solution to this is to have arriving OAK traffic ...Jump to post
malev2012 wrote:danipawa wrote:UpNAWAy wrote:
N9629H MD83 Flew to ROW today AA# 9652......it is starting.
the show started
With 22 final flights the 3rd and 4th can they really send many more to ROW?
Ferry here to spend the night at PHX. Wednesday ferry to TUS. Then continue back to HNL to take the Arizona Wildcats to play against the Rainbow Warriors. Do you know why it didn't just go straight to TUS. I'm guessing that the company wanted the overnight at an online station with turnaround maint...Jump to post
TUSPHX wrote:Anybody know why HA has two A330s in PHX tonight. HA36 and about two minutes later HA8736.
Mesa and JetBlue schedule aircraft intensely to cut costs. This creates issues at LGB. Mesa better listen. AA writes the schedule, not Mesa. It looks like Long Beach wants to run out Mesa (and AA) from the airport. Perhaps WN will fill the void and serve LGB-PHX if AA abandons the market. Although ...Jump to post
Would an airside bridge between the terminals be possible without interfering with traffic on the tarmac? It would have to be as high as the Skytrain bridge over Taxiway R. And if you can get around the TRACON, the Terminal 3 garage is in the way. Also, it seems like it would be a long walk, so may...Jump to post
jgcotter wrote:aaflyer222 wrote:how many cr2 are remaining at psa? the plan shows 14 out of 35 scheduled to leave this year.
PSA CR2 N216PS was withdrawn from use 3 May 2019 and stored at LEW 22 May 2019. 34 x CR2 currently on property at PSA.
Absolutely! Just because the curfew rules of any particular airport usually contain quite a bit of small print. More often than not exceptions may be tolareted for delayed operations. Note that the TOTAL curfew at SNA only starts at 2300. Copied and pasted from Boeing‘s airport database, section SN...Jump to post
The CargoJet financial statement says two 767-200 are due to enter service following conversion 4Q19 and 2Q20; the existing -200 goes away Feb20. It also says that last month it purchased another -200 (already converted) which is currently under lease to a third party. I just noticed than N999YV wa...Jump to post
wjcandee wrote:So N367AZ is in service. https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N367AZ
CargoJet? Yeah, maybe, but their fleet is all registered in Canada and none has the CJ suffix... But from what fify says, it sounds like it's being cargo converted. Yes, both 431 and 430 full cargo conversion. N431CJ is CargoJet on papers. For 430 I don't know yet the customer. The CargoJet financi...Jump to post
The Outer Banks flights never operated. I’d say the reason is that the flights were too expensive for the market. The flights were more expensive than Hawaii! If anything, it’s a regional airline or ULCC market. More likely is the fact that Currituck County Airport does not have Part 139 certificat...Jump to post
The Outer Banks flights never operated.Jump to post
Well, at least Robert Fleming will get to be president of another airline.Jump to post
I know that ATI and ABX are operating some charter/wet-lease flights for UPS (as is Amerijet) using 767s, but I guess ATSG went beyond that to offer some converted metal to fill UPS's gap. This aircraft, numbering-wise, fits in UPS's 767 numbering scheme at the end of its new orders. I'm guessing t...Jump to post
The new ones are in service. This one is N703GT on the scheduled DHL run. A Southern Air 777 is currently running CVG-TPA-MIA-TPA-MIA-? routing, obviously not Amazon, but not sure what exactly it's running Which airframe? Also what flight number? Could be a shakedown flight for one of their new-to-t...Jump to post