Do BA flight crew get any sort of extra pay for having to fly to such a dangerous country?Jump to post
bravotango75 wrote:So, Delta is flying from Indy to Paris........Why? Talk about a weird route
The new name is widely welcomed in Louisville. Ali is a legend in the city. Just look up footage of his funeral procession a few years ago. There’s a street downtown named after him and a museum/event center. His childhood home has also been turned into a museum. There are of course people that com...Jump to post
Rough day for the flight attendant and passengers. Why do some people have to become animals when they fly. Is it drugs and alcohol? More like the abundance of unbundled fares. What did people expect when aviation became yet another form of mass transport. Yep, someone posted the performance stats ...Jump to post
Interesting. Kinda curious IND is not mentioned given that they've invested heavily with the CDG route and others, but to the point made earlier, would love to see what 'focus city' actually means. Hopefully IND isn't about to get the PIT treatment from DL. The PIT-CDG flight was just discussed in ...Jump to post
Could you please re- open the DTW thread so that the 2 DTW TROLLS get their playpen back?
Thanks in advance
compensateme wrote:slcdeltarumd11 wrote:I am kind of confused has delta added anything to AUS?
A.net has more unfounded rumors than the average clique of high school girls.
No, because LAX is not a huge hub for any major airline, whereas ATL is a massive hub for Delta and its geographic location makes it convenient for passengers connecting domestically. In the world, ATL won't stay at #1 forever - I think it will pass the crown to IST which is projected to have 150 m...Jump to post
I think LAX will be busier than ATL starting in 2028, when they host the Olympics.Jump to post
LOL!!!! What on earth does that have ANYTHING to do with what continent Dubai is on?!?! There’s two things we just learned about ac33e: 1). They clearly failed geography class in school 2). They don’t work in the field either You'd be surprised. Maybe I just don't feel like arguing with bigots. Wha...Jump to post
Didn't know Dubai was in Asia, thanks for the very enlightening comment. Might as well add BOS-DOH then and YUL-DOH according to your reasoning. Can you enlighten us in what continent it is? :rotfl: If you would be working in the field, you'd know DXB is treated as a transatlantic flight vs. NRT as...Jump to post
According to the IND fanboys, NH was supposed to announce a flight to IND by the end of 2018, because airport officials promised a flight to Asia by then and also because NH's colors matched some displays at the airport. So, I'm SURE NH is thinking about IND as well, lol.Jump to post
It’s going to be embarrassing for the whole world when the accident cause is unrelated. It will not be embarrassing for anyone. There is circumstantial evidence that both crashes may have something in common and it may have something to do with the aircraft type.Even if the chance is only 1/1000 th...Jump to post
Social media hysteria rules the day. American Airlines reported in 14,000 flights, there have be NO REPORTS of any flight management irregularities with the MAX 8. I repeat, no irregularities. I would fly on a MAX 8 in the hands of a WN or AA pilot today. We still have zero data on what happened on...Jump to post
AA needs to stay out of India and let its alliance partners fly there, PHL is not Newark or JFK in O & D for such a long flight. The most viable city AA has a large presence for India is Chicago but its ORD hub is in declining health, now would not be the time for a new flight there. AA has bet...Jump to post
Austin would also be a good choice for Indian flights. Its a decent tech hub and faces no competition from gulf carriers. The "rah rah AUS" is getting almost comical.... AUS hasn't even shown that it can support two yearround flights to Europe yet, and now you're talking 16hr+ flights to ...Jump to post
ATL on the airport authority side is known for being one of the most corrupt airports in the United States. While operationally it runs fine, much of that is do to the airline(s) and not the airport authority. I can see why they want to pull it under the state's control and away from the corruption...Jump to post
The airport director spoke at the Economic Club luncheon today, and said something interesting: “Indianapolis will probably be the largest cargo-carrying airport in the United States in the next 15 years.” :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: This coming from the same people that claimed that IND would have a n...Jump to post
What about the non-stop flight to Asia that "Indy" said was guaranteed to happen before the end of 2018? Is Indy really big enough to support a TPAC flight? They have a single TATL flight to Paris. The only other non-hubs I know of with Asia flights are Portland, Boston, San Diego, San Jo...Jump to post
Today EK formally announced Boston A380 Service: https://twitter.com/emirates/status/1085552338528624640 "We are excited to announce a daily @Airbus A380 service between @bostonlogan and @DubaiAirports, to be operated on a seasonal basis from June 2019." Great news for BOS. Has any other ...Jump to post
Well, then airlines should get more realistic about passengers size. A 9-across A330 or A310, or 6-across ARJ/BAe-146 are glaring examples of being unrealistic on their part, don't you think? The fact that passenger dimensions are growing larger -- is here. So is the fact that the seat width is not...Jump to post
...However, it is not "fat shaming" when someone who purchses 17 1/2" x 31" of space expects full use of that space. Nor is it "fat shaming" when someone who does not fit into that space encounters resistance from those around him who do not wish to allow them into the...Jump to post
If a Southwest agent considers you to be a "Customer of Size" you'll be required to buy a ticket for the seat next to you. It will be be refunded if the flight turns out not to be full. That is the way it should be on all airlines. Why should others have to physically suffer sitting next ...Jump to post
It seems to me that this would be the biggest trial run of a spoke city that DL wants to become a focus city since RDU and/or SEA. The top destinations I would imagine they would add first are DEN/DFW/EWR/ORD/PHX/IAH/SFO, if I had to guess. IDK, odd how there hasn't been a ton of details about it j...Jump to post
klm617 wrote:It's really hard to tell because Delta is such a propaganda machine we sometimes don't know what their true agenda might be.
Indy wrote:Remember the Commerce Secretary said an Asia deal would be done by the end of the year. JAL could be that major carrier.
alan3 wrote:Any background on this?
zackary747 wrote:flightsimer wrote:Midwestindy wrote:
The fact is Indy is more responsible with incentive money than Pittsburgh will ever be....
CanesFan wrote:I suggest locking this thread as it is starting to creep into security sensitive info.
Hahahahaha. You could see this coming a mile away. Legacy airlines tend to not like it when you throw lavish subsidies toward competitors. DL has a track record of doing stuff like this, sometimes to prove a point. Winner, winner, chicken dinner! Even if the route reached profitability, it's probab...Jump to post
I've found the IFE screens on Delta planes to be quite difficult to use.Jump to post
What about Midway airport in Chicago?Jump to post