From the headline I thought it might be one of those kid-leashes you sometimes see at disney.Jump to post
Spirit Airlines CEO, Ted Christie, has confirmed that the airline is keen to start service into Canada in future. Speaking at the Airports Council International-North America JumpStart conference this week, Christie is reported by Flight Global as saying, “Canada is clearly on the list… It’s a nut ...Jump to post
What about the Basler BT-67 turbo conversion?Jump to post
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Revelation wrote:Maybe the crew prefers haggis to blutwurst?
Man, it's been a long time since we we've had a commercial, domestic air crash with fatalities, and it's sad we ended that streak today. Many condolences to the families and friends. At least its not a passenger flight True, but there were still people on the plane. 3 (possibly confirmed?) deaths i...Jump to post
Slash787 wrote:beechnut wrote:280 GBP for a hydraulic pump on a 787? Such a bargain!
Thats the first thing came in my mind, only 280 GBP !
That’ll be a very expensive restitution the pax will have to pay. Might just have to wait tables or pump petrol for the rest of his life. First sentence is a fair prediction. Second sentence makes absolutely no sense. 'Job shaming'? Waiting tables, just like working at Trader Joe's, is an honorable...Jump to post
DaufuskieGuy wrote:Is that typical for them to use a 763 on that route? Rare to see wide bodies on these stage lengths anymore.
Thenoflyzone wrote:Trudeau doesnt have the balls
tommy1808 wrote:Thenoflyzone wrote:If trump were in power here in Canada, he might do it.
He touched the Saudi´s glowing ball..... he wouldn´t care. Or just like with ZTE he´d care only until he gets 500 million or so.
I flew on I think an F28-1000 up in Canada to a gravel field. Not sure what jets are gravel capable. Did the F28's need a gravel kit with those high engines? Flew plenty of them on Canadian Regional but never onto gravel. Will always remember the 732 for the rocket like engines. Some good window ra...Jump to post
If you need a dose of Dash, head north. We won't be done with them for a few decades.Jump to post
I'd rather watch the "unofficial" summit:
Such a severe med condition, the chunky monkey manged two transatlantic trips (to Italy & back) before having the self inflicted (gastric bypass) injury removed & rectified. While the recommendation of an on board doctor holds some weight, it's not the be and end-all of a decision to divert...Jump to post
can the market absorb this much extra capacity? or is it going to be a big splash, stir the pot, lots of media, and then quietly withdrawn 9-12 months later...Jump to post
Was it ever determined how many boobs she had?Jump to post
Keep in mind also that adjusted for currency, Canadian per capita income is only 83% of American. Add to that higher taxes and it means less disposable income for flights. Flying is more of a luxury here than down south or in Europe and Asia with all their cutthroat competition. Westjet was slightly...Jump to post
briguychau wrote:Polot wrote:AC runs Toronto-HND (in addition to NRT)
Except they don't really run NRT anymore. The YYZ-NRT flight now stops in Calgary. The existing NRT slot for the YYZ non-stop is now used for YUL.
They should stop all road traffic in and around the city as well. :cheeky: A truck or bus driving by one’s house makes more noise than a modern commercial airliner overhead. Great idea. All private vehicles should be banned, and everyone should walk, cycle, or take public transport underground. Wou...Jump to post
we had a "support" dog take a bite out of a guide dog at one of our properties last week, thankfully the dog only needed stitches, also thankfully Metro took good care of explaining to the "support" dog owner that they were responsible for all costs incurred. We transported the ...Jump to post
Maybe one route will be YYC-DEN-AKL-SYD. For all the ski traffic. Nevermind DEN. YYC-YVR-SYD already covers the ski traffic. We don't have the kind of long haul oversaturation there is in europe and asia. There isn't any market for a "lower" cost Canada/Australia long haul airline. Its al...Jump to post
And so they'll bring their own airline to bankrupcy. Air France staff is already heavily overpaid compared to other airlines and now they want even more money? I'd say everyone that goes on strike gets sacked and is being replaced by a cheaper new recruit, plenty of people that are willing to work ...Jump to post
What a stupid thing to do, and right across the river from NYC. If these individuals are TRULY are associated with any real media organization, they should all be fired. Media should know better. And in terms of the TSA, FBI, etc....throw the book at them. I wonder how many travelers may have misse...Jump to post
Comparing Kansas City, MO/Detroit, MI/Nat'l avg.
Im not in a rush to visit either place!!
mercure1 wrote:Yet another landing gear issue on Dash-8 family
An odd request considering there are still cargo 727's and combi/pax 732's howling into and rocketing out of many Canadian airports.Jump to post
Yeesh, one of those stock template designs again. How confident can they be in their new venture if they are only willing to use the $99 logo mill?Jump to post
I'll have to defer to someone like Longhauler on this one, but AC's 767's were the first to use metric units instead of imperial IIRC. They were certainly the first at Air Canada. Years later, with the merge with Canadian, the like fleets of 767s, 747s and A320s showed that Canadian's were imperial...Jump to post