A quick question: My 80-year old Dad is flying into Sea-Tac on Sunday, and a friend and I are going to pick him up. If we wait in the cell-phone lot, is it realistic for me to walk from the lot to arrivals? My dad won't have a phone, so I'd like to meet him at baggage, then call my friend in the lo...Jump to post
NiMar wrote:I don't think you can easily make that walk. You can probably have your friend drop you off then get back to the cell lot and wait for your call.
A quick question: My 80-year old Dad is flying into Sea-Tac on Sunday, and a friend and I are going to pick him up. If we wait in the cell-phone lot, is it realistic for me to walk from the lot to arrivals? My dad won't have a phone, so I'd like to meet him at baggage, then call my friend in the lot...Jump to post
Maybe once that bullet train gets built between Vancouver and Seattle, YVR can be a reliever airport for SEA in terms of internatonal pax, they have room to expand! It's a common thing in Europe and Asia to have other cities act like reliever airports with the technology of bullet trains. Where wou...Jump to post
Allegiant announced today that they're dropping BLI-DEN. Port of Bellingham says they're trying to find a carrier to fly that route.
https://www.bellinghamherald.com/news/b ... 72365.html
Eh, usual CYA statement from the legal department. One would think most folks are savvy enough these days to cover their online tracks.Jump to post
Has DAY ever discussed dedicating their airport to the Wright Brothers? I know they did most of their flying in Kitty Hawk NC, however they were from Dayton OH and lived there most of their lives. I noticed the official name of the airport is Dayton International Airport. Just curious if they ever ...Jump to post
I love the graphic from Jon Ostrower that shows the engines being bigger than the fuselage of a 737: https://theaircurrent.com/dispatches/th ... e-on-777x/Jump to post
That's a lot of beer cans and kegs. Fun fact, kegs are Stainless Steel. I sometimes wonder though, how many of the cans the brewery I work at used to be Boeings, which were made an hour away? I seem to recall the answer being none, because in fact the aluminum in airplanes is different from that fo...Jump to post
I seem to remember an article in the Seattle paper that said they were going to downsize FoF, and remove the tail. Have they rethought that? EDIT: found the story: https://www.seattletimes.com/business/boeing-aerospace/boeing-snohomish-county-hold-key-to-future-of-flight-aviation-centers-future/ And...Jump to post
What goes up, must come down.Jump to post