My first thought was that it reminds me of Norwegian Air's red nose.Jump to post
Although it's not a train, YTZ has a bus that goes to downtown Toronto in 15 minutes depending on traffic.
Also, I agree with HKG, it's a very fast and easy ride.
YXU in London, Ontario, has 2 gates. The luggage claim is so small that two 737s full of luggage would definitely overload it.
Also MFM, forgot how many gates it has, but one room and it does get busy during the day.
adambrau wrote:I don't know Ryanair policies but United always announces, prior to departing the gate for taxi and takeoff, as well as for arrival, to make sure all personal hand held devices are unplugged from charging.
9252fly wrote:Would there be any good examples that someone can think of where the A220 could utilize ETOPS 180?
anshabhi wrote:What's that french J only airline doing these days??
-LCCs will rule the world
-some super long twin to replace the 747 and a380
-more and more cities having 2 airports
-Airlines that were known for their luxury will be forced to reduce costs (looking at you, BA)
Joelatbsl wrote:Does the CS-300 qualify in the Regional Jet category? If yes, how about Air Baltic's routes from Riga down to the UAE or Swiss' over-night trip fro Zurich to Cairo?
MFM used airstairs on a BR 744 in 2011. They mainly see narrow bodies today, but here's some footage of the 744 boarding:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j4CQofwqfKs (skip to around 1 min)
KEF would probably be empty besides the few legacy carriers if FI and WW stoped flying.Jump to post
Wow, what kind of range would this 35JULR have? 9,000nm or more? I think the 778 probably makes more sense at that point since it would still be able to haul more cargo. I think it’s really interesting about the interchangeable cargo containers for different usable modules. Interesting times ahead....Jump to post
Air Canada has launched seasonal services to Shannon and Reykjavik from Toronto and Montreal. They have also launched Montreal to Dublin, and all flights are operated with 737 MAX 8 aircraft. Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2018/05/29/air-canada-gears-up-for-summer-boeing-737-max-8-transatlantic-op...Jump to post