Asiana has 2 744pax, HL7418 (Sep 1994) and HL7428 (Jun 1999) HL7418 is to retire in Sep 2019. Korean law bans 25yo passenger fleet and that's why one Asiana 767 was retired earlier this year. No info for the other one. :shock: I'm booked on an Asiana 744 flight early next year. Do you think Asiana ...Jump to post
All airports are required to report financial data to the FAA through CATS (Certification Activity Tracking System). This data must be submitted by the end of June. Cost per enplanement can be found in this data. https://cats.airports.faa.gov/Reports/reports.cfm After going through the list of FAA ...Jump to post
Found this but only in Spanish. https://www.avianca.com/bo/es/sobre-nosotros/centro-noticias/noticias-avianca/operaciones-tegucigalpa-san-pedro-sula/ Looks like a daily ATR 72-600 AV750 depart TGU 0820 arrive SAP 0909 (Daily) AV751 depart SAP 1730 arrive TGU 1816 (Daily) '902 I'm going to assume th...Jump to post
Are there any official numbers out there on the JFK-JNB-JFK route? Load factors/pax numbers? I've always wondered about this route's performance. Not meant to be a trip report but wanted to say a few things. Just returned from a trip to CPT on SAA (JFK-JNB-CPT). Overall flights good on SAA but 340-6...Jump to post
AWACSooner wrote:Grabbed a LGW-YUL flight this summer to check off this aircraft before it's gone.
The hint has been right in front of us all along via the IFE screens (Blue on Blue Globe).
IMHO, a respectable and elegant refresh IMHO. The naysayers, keep in mind, this could have gone the way of China Eastern.
Could the Blue-on-Blue IFE/United Polaris signage be a subtle hint? https://3rxg9qea18zhtl6s2u8jammft-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/united-polaris-1.jpg https://i0.wp.com/thepointsguy.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/P9080238-1.jpg?fit=1024%2C1024px&ssl=1Jump to post
Avianca took delivery of their brand new ATR-72s in 2014 roughly. I doubt if some tiny routes attended by these turbo-planes could support the E90s or 319s, like AV SAL-RTB 7x weekly. Or GUA - Flores, or sometimes even Tegucigalpa - San Salvador. I also think the ATR´s were the perfect choice for m...Jump to post
How does SAA do on the JNB - JFK and IAD routes?Jump to post
What about EWR-AMS? Is that a premium-heavy route? As expected, given the range and capacity of that aircraft. To pabloeing, EWR-MAD seems like a fair bet, although maybe not right away during the slower winter season (763 or 764 might be better suited until the summer high season). I could also see...Jump to post
Loran wrote:Hi there, will there be a 'edit photos in album' function anytime soon like it used to be on the old site?
I'd also like to delete, add, change the order of photos which was possible before the re-lauch of the site.