MIA/LAS was running a 763 prior to COVID 19. IIRC there may have even better a 772 for a short period of time. Early on in the COVID crisis, when governments were implementing restrictions on international service, several airlines shifted widebodies to LAS (among other destinations). AA did so on ...Jump to post
mig17 wrote:Great idea from Boeing, the 737MAX, A330NEO and 777-X being tremendous succes, lets also revamp 757.
Should have never moved to Chicago. Something about that city... It isn't about Chicago! It's a beautiful area where they are, If you like downtown areas. (I actually don't though I was within Spitting distance of both Boeing and United when I got off the Metra Rail train at Union Station) Boeing's...Jump to post
GK mention before possibly placing an order of 750 aircraft mixed between MAX7 and MAX8 for the 700NG replacement. Now with everyone but WN bowing out of the MAX7 Maybe WN has leverage get a lower price point to place a big order to keep the Line alive. Flyguy 500 737-700s up for replacement. SW se...Jump to post
I recall Boeing saying that they will try to make the 777-8/9 cabin a few inches wider by making the insulation thinner. Were they actually able to do that, or is it still the same 16" seats in 3-4-3 economy? What airline has 16” seats in a 777? Seat guru is showing 17” seats in a UA 10 ab 777...Jump to post
It’s life threatening cold. The folks on the ramp can’t safely work these flights. There will be more valves that don’t operate, seals that won’t seal, lavs frozen, water lines frozen on the airplanes. Just saw all Amtrak trains to Chicago are canceled. Do you deem that excessive? Go over to Traino...Jump to post
The written rules for posting are already their for newcomers reading pleasure but I will give the unwritten ones to survive.
1. Be a Boeing fanboy.
2. Be anti airbus.
Nothing but your anti Boeing bias says they weren't the active one, either. We know it was in the United MAX differences bulletin. And since according to you upthread..... :rotfl: I don't have a direct anti B bias. [/qoute] Now that is funny...Talking about having your head in the sand. Afaics you ...Jump to post
It kind of proves that Boeing did tell the airlines about it. If the other airlines didn’t feel the need to pass it along to their pilots... Nothing says Boeing was the active part. It could as well have been a surprise find by that airlines tech savy contact. From there Boeing was then asked about...Jump to post
If the MCAS was so darn critical, don't you think Boeing should have highlighted it as such? Not everything is critical to fly an aircraft; some things are (different speeds, different critical systems). MCAS appears to be one of them. Who’s to say they didn’t highlight it to the operators. Boeing,...Jump to post
And obviously, Boeing did a great job communicating since everyone knew about it :roll: Again, I said and repeated ad nauseum that Boeing did not communicate that new feature to everybody; doesn't mean that no one was aware of it, means some were not aware of it. It has been said by at least 2 US p...Jump to post
It doesn't matter. According to some on here, since UA pilots were trained, Boeing is all clear; despite what WN and AA (at least) pilots say... I never said that. What I said, since reading comprehension clearly is not a strong suit of yours, is that the MCAS addition wasn't silent, because UA kne...Jump to post
https://leehamnews.com/2018/03/01/southwest-ceo-sees-60-fleet-becoming-737-7/ "Earlier this year, Southwest deferred delivery of 23 of 30 7 MAXs from the next two years until 2023-24. Kelly, responding to a question from LNC, said he expects that perhaps 60% of the fleet will eventually be the ...Jump to post
THAT is VERY well explained. I always knew that a300-a340 had the same fuselage but didn't realize the model designation aspect. Thank you for this. And while we're at it, I'm also irritated by the talk of 747 "winning" in sales against A380. In the first ten years of its sales, Boeing 74...Jump to post
[twoid][/twoid] Every seat on todays OGG-LAX flight was full. Thats a good sign That doesnt mean anything, Hawaii is and always has been a non-rev's dream. My office mate's wife is a UA employee and he can easily tell me how many non-revs are on a particular flight. That is a very heavy non-rev rout...Jump to post
The Singapore Girl Image is what sets the airline apart from others. I would rather be served and taken care of by beautiful looking and highly professional flight attendants that the Singapore Girl Imagery brings to mind, than a 60 year old grandma. When was the last time you heard an SQ flight at...Jump to post
[ In any event, as someone who has a pretty severe allergy to something I could easily encounter out in the world (latex), [color=#FF40BF]it's not other people's responsibility to protect me from that allergy [/color]. I protect myself the best I can, and I do carry an Epi-Pen in case of a rare sit...Jump to post
The point is that few airlines have a need for the capacity of the A380 on most of their routes. If you need the capacity, one A380 will move the same number of passengers for a lower cost than two 787-9 and you can live with a lower load factor on the A380 before going into red on each flight. I p...Jump to post
It is you who’s missing the bigger picture. Adding a couple of seats on 18 aircraft is not much when you compare it to 80+. It’s simple math my friend... Although I'm not a fan of UA's plan to go with 3-4-3 on our 777s when you put it this way I can understand how 20 additional seat per frame multi...Jump to post
747d10 wrote:I think I boarded a DL L1011 with airstairs at OGG back in the late 80's.
BC77008 wrote:Ufsatp wrote:COSPN wrote:At $6 a can only the very rich can afford it
$6 is really not that expensive. "Very rich", nice hyperbole.
Grow up. It was a joke.
GalaxyFlyer wrote:Please translate post 11 into something understandable.
This feels like a déjà vu. Perhaps Boeing can discount the 737 MAX 7 at UA to prevent a CSeries order, like they did in 2017. United Airlines is "very seriously" looking at small mainline narrowbody aircraft, chief financial officer Andrew Levy tells FlightGlobal. The Chicago-based carrie...Jump to post
BlueSky1976 wrote:The source isn't legit. It's well-known Boeing-paid lobbyist Saj Ahmad.
The 737-10 will have more cargo volume than the A321 when both have the same fuel capacity. If cargo is the driver, it can’t be ignored that more cargo fits in the 737-10 than an A321 with an aux fuel tank. :) I don’t think there is much point having an A vs B discussion here. All the points have b...Jump to post
speedbird52 wrote:keesje wrote:The question is if airlines would be willing to order a new series of aircraft with engine technology dating back 30 years.
Isn't that literally what the 737 is except change 30 years to 50 years?
We've heard some FA perspectives. Now from the pilot's perspective, a very strong majority are happy to hear the A321 beat the 73MAX. In fact it's quite jubilant on pilot social media. It's just a better office in the bus compared to a 737. The cockpit of the 737 has hardly changed, the systems ove...Jump to post
RalXWB wrote::whIt may shock some people but perhaps Delta is choosing the Airbus (321) product over the Boeing product because it is just better
Do you think the Boeing engineers are so incompetent that this design is that dangerous? Let's see... On their latest passenger airliner they installed the battery type that is forbidden to be transported on passenger airliners. You tell me. As did Airbus, but you seem to give them a pass. Biased m...Jump to post
I think it’s quite interesting how much Us vs. Them is on display in this thread. How much bad blood is there between you all and your places of work? If I screwed up like this, I’d say ‘oops, I’m sorry’ and ask my staff to cover the shifts like normal. No one would freak out, or demand overtime. I...Jump to post
In fact that is not correct. Boeing is very much in the running for an upcoming narrow body order. Delta will make their decision based on economics and performance only. It won’t be based on perceived “sour tastes”. It will be a business decision, not an emotional decision. Some could say that avo...Jump to post
Ok, we're not all aeronautical engineers but .... same wing and engines, the -700 is shorter and lighter than the -800, all else being equal, a lighter plane usually takes off in a shorter distance, climbs faster and has a longer range. Unless I'm missing something. You are not missing a thing - wh...Jump to post
Is there any rhyme or reason why a post disappears now? In the past there was an email with some vague reason or if it was moved. I put up some historical yield and PRASM info and it is all gone. Should I just stick to make wild baseless claims? Those seem to stick around My guess would be that a m...Jump to post
A320NEO and CS500 are two very different cases. In terms of backlog, fleet commonality, cargo AKH capability, payload range, engine choice. Hey Keesje, would be interested on your take on the Bombardier/Airbus narrowbody line up in 7-10years. That's the next question. Probably even a political one....Jump to post
jumbojet wrote:EB also said this:
"Bombardier innovation, not pricing is what attracted us to the C series.
AirbusCanada wrote:DarthLobster wrote:[
Also, Pratt and Honeywell are only “punished” if the Delta order is cancelled. Anything else is total bloated speculation on your part.
Who are you kdn, with a 300% duty and all this uncertainty, US market for the Cseries is essentially dead.
[threeid][/threeid]Why not just build a pre-security people mover (like they currently have) from a western entrance point that terminates where the current CTA "L" station is under the terminal? That way you could park on the western side or get dropped off, take the people mover (train,...Jump to post