It is funny how this countries with +90 % of poverty put severe restrictions to enter, like if it was a real crowd of first world countries' nationals begging to cross their borders. It reminds me the amusing arguments with some communist in my college times, when no one of them was ever capable to...Jump to post
Well, the article states that the intention is to replicate Emirates or Qatar's model, so it'd be using CAI as a hub. But with both of those plus TK and Euro companies doing the same with established reputation... I dunno, maybe sell it as a budget airline? like many using BOA for flights to MIA.Jump to post
So... EgytpAir is aiming at flying to Buenos Aires. Not sure how serious this is, but civil aviation authorities confirmed this with a tweet
https://urgente24.com/viajes/aerolinea- ... za-n552767
Ziyulu wrote:Not much different than the name "Spirit Airlines" or "Wow Air" or "Lucky Air".
If I were her I would've just kept the bag around until my shift is over, or for as long as possible, and just then hand it over to the police or L&F department. That's NOT what you do with an unattended bag. If an agent sees an unattended bag you ask "who's bag is this?" If nobody re...Jump to post
The customer was being a male Karen and she wanted revenge. She should have turned it in but the customer should not expect to be nasty to people and then expect them to actually help him with his mistake. If I were her I would've just kept the bag around until my shift is over, or for as long as p...Jump to post
A345 must be top 5 prettiest aircraft ever built. Didn't it hold the title of longest ranged airlner for a time?
And let's face it, "4 engines 4 long haul" is as catchy (and ridiculous) as "If it's not Boeing I ain't going"
Just last week I rented a car in the US. It was a Camry, my first time with a Toyota. Didn't quite like it. When changing lanes w/out signaling, it beeped and corrected my steering, which the first couple of times freaked me out and made me re-correct the correction! I always use signaling, but when...Jump to post
New uniforms unfortunately wont do anything so long as appearance standards are so low. Too many employees just look so sloppy, and not sharp and crisp as intended. One of my biggest pet peeves is the lack of grooming and dress standards with so many looking disheveled. Appearance matters and seein...Jump to post
US operations went from global peer to peer to asymetric warfare and now aiming at P2P again, just more localized. I can see a thread in 10/15 years blaming on the USAF for getting rid of the A-10s. It's overreliance on the F-35 and the can-do-all attitude seems a bit dire.Jump to post
AR last flew EZE SYD on A343 so it's not quite on par with LON-SYD and such. It should be achievable with current metal, but maybe not very economical without the classic AKL stop. Oh how I wished that flight returnedJump to post
Putin bought for his mistress, Alina Kabajeva, the most expensive apartment in all of Russia*. Like I say, it has nothing to do with NATO, the West or rainbow-colored unicorns. This war only aims to protect Putin's insatiable greed & corruption. More info: https://twitter.com/Tendar/status/1630...Jump to post
What I wonder is whta's gonna happen when they get out? unless they are all serving life sentence they are likely to get out some day. Now that's gonna make The Purge look like a Muppets movie.Jump to post
Well, last I was there, there is tarmac expansion to the south. North open car parking is still being used. And next to it I think you have the cargo terminal. Pax teminal building expansion would take years, even a decade. You need also more car parking, public transport, customs and immigration c...Jump to post
Well, last I was there, there is tarmac expansion to the south. North open car parking is still being used. And next to it I think you have the cargo terminal. Pax teminal building expansion would take years, even a decade. You need also more car parking, public transport, customs and immigration ch...Jump to post
Excerpts from an interview with Pablo Ceriani, CEO, Aerolineas Argentinas during the MRO Latin America 2023 conference. * The airline wants to incorporate 4 A330-900 and is in the process of issuing RFPs to lessors. Those 4 neos would be used initially to consolidate the international network befor...Jump to post
So The Drive article states it was brought down by a Sidewinder featuring semi-active radar homing (using the Raptor's radar). And the Raptor was used because of the height. Mixing both things, I was wondering why not to use a SAM? they can get up to this height and the radar being used to illumina...Jump to post
I'm siding with AA on this one. If you can't take care of your luggage, then maybe you shouldn't have brought it. You didn't pay for them to do your heavy lifting, other than on the cargo hold. You take your meds with you in a smaller bag and check the big ones. Also, cancer patient? I have to wonde...Jump to post
What happens to AR? I'm thinking they will probably drop JFK (since DL+AR codeshare anyways). They can use this aircraft to relaunch MCO perhaps. MCO is also very good for aircraft utilization as the whole EZE-MCO-EZE could be done round trip can be done in 24 hours unlike JFK or LAX. God, I hope t...Jump to post
Just wait till next year, with a friendlier government instead of the current jingoistic, populist idiots. I wish we could put the war behind and reach an agreement that doesn't involve full sovereignity over the islands - with which we would end up screwing up like the rest of the country. Honestly...Jump to post
I'd normally agre but... I flew last year EDI-LON on BA and the W seats or whatever they call 'em where miserable. Your usual seat/blocked seat with tray/seat configuration with the same terrible pitch I "enjoyed" on Y on the first leg. Sometimes not even when you are willing to pay an ext...Jump to post
Come on folks, did WN throw a party or something? are these the folks who screwed up? maybe they are actually replacing the incompetent ones. I don't get the uproar.Jump to post
I think it also makes for some cheap marketing PR, at least a few pics on IG or tweets.
As on the "old livery, old plane" I can imagine the uproar if it was painted on a turboprop
I missed this earlier. Uniforms will include a jumpsuit. Setting aside cabin crew looking like mechanics… Imagine how that’s going to work for a female FA having to use the lav. https://www.bbc.com/news/business-64184902 From the article: As for the jumpsuit, that will be for female check-in staff ...Jump to post
Has the issue "better to have a daytime flight with somewhat lower yields over not fliying the aircraft" been brought up? or is this nonsense? (also, as a non rever, beggars can't be choosers) I don't mind daytime flying, specially if I don't have a connection, as I don't need to wait till...Jump to post
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this one is kinda funny actually. Nearly impossible to hit the target, but if they did, adiós Ovidio!
If they were "diverted" en-route to Uzbekiztan, who was the suppossed client there? can it/they get sanctioned?Jump to post
Funny thing is, the press release came well before the contract was signed. No likely hiccups until then, but someone was anxious.Jump to post
I loved CDM. I want a good clean fight!
Oh great, thanks. Now I have that syth-intro stuck in my head! ha, me too. Not my fav theme from the 80's, but a great one tho. I was very young when this was broadcasted in my country (so basically I got reruns, early 90's) but I remember playing CHIPS with my friend when riding our bikes (bycicle...Jump to post
Fair enough. I was using wiki numbers as I remembered them. But NEOs could be used to cover anything up to NYC and maybe MAD, freeing all CEOs for Europe, FCO more than anything. 787 are more wishful thinking on my part, as they can do all AR needs without being overkill, which IMO the A350 is (whic...Jump to post
It will never cease to amaze me how easily Americans change their names -- even voluntarily. I've never changed the adress in my ID even after moving twice just to avoid the hassle of bureaucracy.Jump to post
AR is said to be close to making a decision on new A330-900 to replace/augment the A332 fleet, but we are talking 2024-25 at the earliest. In the short term, the airline is looking for 2 more GE-powered A332. That'd be rather nice. An A333 sized a/c with A332 range, am I right? premium cabin is rat...Jump to post
I was reading about this earlier and came here to see if there was a topic on the subject. While indeed there's a lot to do yet, I have high hopes that I will see practical use of nuclear fusion within my lifetime (I'm a millenial )Jump to post
It's just the mkt department, bear with them! I thought it was about some feminist, woke nonsense. I am glad it's about disability awareness, no matter how silly or insufficient some people think it is. vI have several coworkers with family with DS and it's heartwarming the love and devotion they ha...Jump to post
Extending the block time generally works, until you encounter no departure delay and land at ORD 40 minutes early and get to enjoy the penalty box until your gate is open. We jokingly refer to this amongst my wife and friends as the “earlylate,”. You might think you’re fancy, arriving in ORD 40 min...Jump to post
Didn't know this existed. I thought all crews, including in the US, just went ahead and skipped the queue, which IMO is the worst part of security checks. Maybe it's time we put an end to the no shoes/no belt/laptop out of the bag/no liquids/etc. That'd make lines go faster.Jump to post
Eh, Perú IS a 3rd WC, as in "developing nation" to appease the PC crowd (mind you, I believe the first two worlds were the western and eastern blocs during Cold War). I Wouldn't go so far as to call the govt. authoritarian like Venezuela or Russia or even the very much European Hungary. T...Jump to post
Oh for Christ sake….this is the most moronic action I’ve seen from the authorities of a country in decades…every single piece of information so far is pointing to CORPAC and LAP, and their lack of communication as the main reason of this accident, but the authorities put the pilots ( also victims o...Jump to post
Video from onboard; https://twitter.com/aviationbrk/status/1593943765596901377?s=46&t=ucYHDjVhKfvXp9vcvo_G7A Wow, no yelling at all. That would have been absolutely terrifying for anyone looking out the window at the very least. https://twitter.com/flysicardi/status/1593993240734203905?t=k2KBlB...Jump to post
Talk about a RUFF landing. Or, did the pilot land it in the rough? I'll show myself out now. I caninemagine how scared the poochs must've been I follow a guy in IG, @pilotjulianj, glad it wasn't him and all the dogs are fine. Yeah I'm one of those who could probably cope more with humans in pain ra...Jump to post
While its great airlines are being called on the carpet by the DOT, the airlines by purposefully dragging their feet and ignoring their legal obligations received large free loans from consumers for merely the cost of these smallish fines. Do they have to refund it all at once? or are they allowed ...Jump to post
So, as a starter, I expect the US will finally provide long range weapons now. Which should have done a long time ago with the condition they be used against military and strategic targets only.Jump to post
Sounds like a Tom Clancy novel/Netflix movie; except it would be the Chinese! in association to a secret cabal of CIA rogue agents led by the VPOTUS in the pockets of major weapons providers.
I like spy shows but they can be a tad formulaic.
ACDC8 wrote:AtomicGarden wrote:a major asshole
Insert Spaceballs reference here
I'm fairly surprised for the love of manuals -- specially from US posters. I cannot wait to change my car and buy an automatic, as traffic jams are common here, and my GF barely drives it (even though it's actually hers!). Also last week I was cut off by a major asshole and I was so angry I mis-shif...Jump to post
13) A300. Again, meh. Nothing all that unique or special about its aesthetics. I think it's unfair to call the A300 generic, as it was the first of its kind. In any case what followed it is more generic (A330, 777). OK, that's a good point. The A300 was indeed quite revolutionary back then. However...Jump to post
Much of AR's E90 fleet is on the ground (1/3rd last I heard), getting E2's seems pointless and only serving politically (after last sunday of course). More MAXes is the sound choice, as well as A330NEOs.Jump to post
GDB wrote:T-72 gets hit by a SMART 155 round;
BoeingERJ1000 wrote:13) A300. Again, meh. Nothing all that unique or special about its aesthetics.