One more thing not to take to the airport!Jump to post
n471wn wrote:AntonioMartin wrote:One thing: If you ever want to try to see this plane on person at Marana..don't....I went to Marana once and the guards there welcome yo with machine guns! They then tell you to turn around.
Guards are long gone and Marana is open to all
One thing: If you ever want to try to see this plane on person at Marana..don't....I went to Marana once and the guards there welcome yo with machine guns! They then tell you to turn around. Outdated. No more guard(s) at the now-abandoned guard house at the entrance, different ownership (Pinal Coun...Jump to post
One thing: If you ever want to try to see this plane on person at Marana..don't....I went to Marana once and the guards there welcome yo with machine guns! They then tell you to turn around.Jump to post
Hi! With all the sad things going on in Ukraine and then the bombings of so many Antonov airlines aircraft I wonder, what do you guys expect for this airline in the future?
Thanks and God bless! And to those living in Ukraine, be safe and best of luck to you!
seat1a wrote:I'm Janet, Fly Me!
as739x wrote:I saw it depart DFW and it was already showing the diversion prior to takeoff, so must have been operational and pre-planned
According to Flight Radar 24: https://www.flightradar24.com/QTR8917/2b3e2b6a
My apologies if the link is incorrect, Im not too good with internet.
Anyways I wonder whats this about..hopefully nothing bad. Its been a few terrible days in aviation as it is.
Could it be a pilot suicide? And RIP to everyone.Jump to post
Wow! I'd read about the incident but never seen a photo! Thanks dude!Jump to post
They'd be up against US mainline and LCC airlines on all those destinations who may offer better products and services. At this point, the US LCCs almost are the de facto airlines for a lot of Caribbean islands. Many Dominican airports are served by international carriers so they have no incentive ...Jump to post
TBH at first when I saw the airline's name on this thread's title, I thought it was about a new Arabian airline!Jump to post
I suspect some destinations could be: JFK, EWR, MIA, BOS, BDL, MCO, TPA, SJU, among a couple others. They'd be up against US mainline and LCC airlines on all those destinations who may offer better products and services. At this point, the US LCCs almost are the de facto airlines for a lot of Carib...Jump to post
Oh and I forgot in that list:
Air Santo Domingo (which is back now flying smaller aircraft in the DR)-
OzarkD9S wrote:There is no modern incarnation of Prinair so that's a non-starter.
Ok, I'll give you a list of airlines that once operated at San Juan's SJU airport (whether the actual airline or a modern incarnation of it) and ask you: what are the chances this airline will return in the future? It will be interesting to hear your opinions! Aerolineas Argentinas- Air France- Baha...Jump to post
My first thought: Why would the National Basketball Association place an order for airplanes???Jump to post
I've also heard that it's more economical, specially for startups without that much capital...Jump to post
Hi! I just had a question formed about the great Western Airlines.... I found this on the internet: https://www.ebay.com/itm/255378783111?hash=item3b75c2fb87:g:Up4AAOSwNGBiBEzu Apart that the livery looks so darn similar to United's 1980s livery...was Western planning on A) buying Boeing 747s and B)...Jump to post
El Al has a similar system (if not the same actually)...If it wasn't so expensive, I would love to see more airlines add this to their airplanes...airlines from countries at war, for example...Jump to post
Not sure brand loyalty played a part here. Those poor Cubans were happy to leave on ANY airline. Oh I bet...but for future reference to their kids and later grandkids...cause trust me, Hispanics do that...."x airline is a really good airline" cause i mean after all, at least some of those...Jump to post
PA, yes, I don’t think National. Yeah...i imagine some of the Florida based airlines since they figured, in the future at least some of the Cubans they carried would use them for other trips you know..also, well, since the Florida based airlines were, well..Florida based.... Not sure brand loyalty ...Jump to post
GalaxyFlyer wrote:PA, yes, I don’t think National.
GalaxyFlyer wrote:EAL flew some of them.
Glad to know he is ok....God bless him and may he have a long and fun life.Jump to post
Hi I just read on Wikipedia about the Freedom Flights between Cuba and the US between 1965 and 1973 but Wikipedia doesnt say which airlinescarried these special flights....
Does anyone know?
Thanks and God bless you!
Also no connections to Mexico,not even cargo. You'd think with El Paso's strong connections to that country, including businesses and humans, at least a commuter flight to Monterrey would exist.
Of course, you can easily drive to Juarez for any connections inwards to further Mexico...
I just wonder when this version of Eastern will start SJU....for people 45+ at least the name still resonates in Puerto Rico and the younger generation has probably most of them heard the name from their elders...Eastern is still probably a heavy name down there.....Jump to post
IAnd while people deride DFW. I for one loved DFW back when I flew to it for a connection (and back) in 2008......great connecting spot with connections worldwide not to mention a bit of quick spotting international carriers, good restaurants and very quick, efficient connections help. But then aga...Jump to post
Sweet new ride. Hopefully they can use it on the short hop to LA for the super bowl. https://www.azcardinals.com/news/arizona-cardinals-buy-new-boeing-777-airplane-for-team-travel Hopeful..aren't we?? Myself included (im talking about the cardinals in the Super Bowl and better yet, winning it!) And...Jump to post
its always comical when a team like a football team says its so hard to travel. You have 8 away games a year. so rough :) but we all know it will be way more comfortable than the Atlas 744 they were using. It's amazing that owning and operating a 77E for a few uses per year is more cost-effective t...Jump to post
So Doha is coming up?....I always wondered why Doha didnt have at least one US carrier....same with Dubai, though Delta once tried Dubai...I guess that's good news for Qatar, Doha travelers and aircraft spotters, but we'll have to see how it develops... UA also used to fly to DXB from IAD. :) Thank...Jump to post
So Doha is coming up?....I always wondered why Doha didnt have at least one US carrier....same with Dubai, though Delta once tried Dubai...I guess that's good news for Qatar, Doha travelers and aircraft spotters, but we'll have to see how it develops...Jump to post