usdcaguy wrote:RJ masquerading as a mainline aircraft. Three-abreast on one side with tiny armrests and very narrow seats. Way too uncomfortable for YUL-SEA.
The corn really softened the landing!Jump to post
N766UA wrote:I’d recommend getting a degree in something else.
I totally understand! But rest assured, you honestly have nothing to worry about. The doors are designed in such a way where the lock just won't get stuck. In the *extremely* unlikely scenario where the lock does get jammed, the cabin crew have the ability to open the door from the outside using a h...Jump to post
It it ain't broke, don't fix it! If there were any safety concerns with taking delivery of a new aircraft the procedures the in the video, it would have changed. Safety is not only any airlines priority, it would be highly regulated within any nation, including Korea. Cleary KE has its eye set on bi...Jump to post
Will these be -10ER's?Jump to post
Just another day of spoofs and goofs in the US airline industry!Jump to post
ocaviation wrote:ryanrap1 wrote:When will the actual new livery be revealed?
The event starts tomorrow at 12 PM Chicago time.
Because showing showing the $15k A380 suite gets clicks! Very good trip reporting youtube account is "SimplyAviation", they do mostly economy reviews without all the bumf of commentary and dull background music - highly recommend!Jump to post
Search underway for ZK-EAP, operated by Ardmore flying school, in the Kaimanawa Ranges. Took off from PMR for TUO yesterday evening and lost contact while descending for Taupo.
https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national ... ve-on-time
Samoa's national carrier will not go ahead with the lease of a new Boeing 737 max 9 aircraft according to the prime minister. https://www.radionz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/385302/samoa-rules-out-leasing-a-new-boeing-737-max-9-aircraft http://mrcaviation.blogspot.com/2019/03/samoa-airways-upda...Jump to post
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/new ... 1yXG3_SthA
Fly My Sky's new Whangarei Service not off to a great start.... ''a couple of flights had had no passengers but bookings were picking up".