Is the a map of the 223 to confirm anywhere? https://www.aircanada.com/ca/en/aco/home/fly/onboard/fleet.html Thanks for that. I gotta say. 30" seat pitch on mainline. I'm starting to wonder what the product differentiation is between AC mainline and Rouge. Would one less row of Y and 31" ...Jump to post
intotheair wrote:UA did order the A330. They just never operated it.
08/05-08/11 Period Total Fleet: 152 Scheduled Service: 145/152 Spares: 7/152 (2x76T, 2x76Z, 1x764, 1x77L, 1x333) Conversion: 0/152 Maintenance: 0/152 Storage: 0/152 Highlights > DOT affirmed the HND route allocations staring 03/20; will be loaded in timetable once slots are allocated > DL announced...Jump to post
Delta, along with the other airlines that do one-stop in Asia connections to places like Hong Kong or Manila, are being put under severe pressure by Chinese carriers that perform the same service except they fly through Shanghai or Beijing. And to boot, the fact that Chinese carriers can do this on...Jump to post
ordbosewr wrote:Am I the only one thinking that in order to improve the experience I have to share detail biometric information with a 3rd party for-profit company that has an agenda?!?
The 88s are now not leaving as fast as planned. The 90s are a mess with their fleet plans because of the engines as you have stated. But we cancelled some pilot displacements off the 88 because we need them to stick around. The 321Ns need to show up fast and on time for us to park the 88s. We have ...Jump to post
Late edit, Wikipedia link on fleet sizing: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delta_Air_Lines_fleet Huh, first A320 to be retired in 2021 per that table. Hmmm.... 2nd late edit:. I see Northwest received a bunch of A319s in 2001/2002: https://www.airfleets.net/flottecie/Delta%20Air%20Lines-active-a319...Jump to post
Not exactly a "natural" disaster, but there was the A340(?) that was destroyed during 2016 Civil War of the Avengers at the Leipzig/Halle Airport.
Noteworthy Aircraft Activity 7/12 763ER-high J(T): unscheduled swap from low-J on SEA-AMS-SEA rotation (N1607B) 763ER-low J: unscheduled swap from 764 on 8:30am JFK-LAX-JFK rotation (N186DN) 763ER-low J: unscheduled upgrade from 752 on 3:00pm ATL-MCO-ATL rotation (N188DN) 763ER-low J: unscheduled u...Jump to post
Read the title and thought: “Wow, more overpromising and underdelivering by the Airbus sales team?”Jump to post
What's the current status/plans for the refit of the 14 legacy A380s? Aircraft refits with 2017 cabin products are in progress with 9V-SKT set to be the first followed by 9V-SKS. The first aircraft having already being worked on for six months. Future refits should be in a 3-month timescale. Does a...Jump to post
Looking at their prior cheerleading on the A346, I perceive an mild anti-Boeing bias. Lightsaber :arrow: They weren't there when A346 was launched & qualified it as a dud in 2014. https://leehamnews.com/2014/12/23/worlds-dud-airliners/ EIS: 1. 777-8 ?? never ?? 2. 777-9 ?? 2021 ?? 3. E175-E2 ??...Jump to post
Looks like JetBlue ordered 13 A321XLRs and 10 A220-100s. https://www.reuters.com/article/france-airshow-jetblue/jetblue-orders-13-airbus-a321xlr-10-a220-sources-idUSP6N21G020 I know the article doesn't say, but probably conversions as B6 ordered 13 LRs. They are conversions, but they appear to be c...Jump to post
While not a surprise to see DL order more A220s, it is rather surprising that it's for more A221s. Maybe more 221s will get built than ever imagined. To me the biggest surprise is that all Airbus was able to get out of Delta for the show was 5 birds. I was expecting Delta to execute on at least som...Jump to post
Delta ordered another 5 A220-100's https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-releases/en/2019/06/delta-air-lines-books-order-for-additional-five-airbus-a220-aircraft.html While not a surprise to see DL order more A220s, it is rather surprising that it's for more A221s. Maybe more 221s will get built th...Jump to post
Delta ordered another 5 A220-100's
https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-r ... craft.html
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/jun/16/boeing-max-737-jet-crisis-we-shouldve-been-more-open-says-ceo Every time he opens his mouth its an insult to those who died. "“When I make comments about the previous design and how we followed those processes, that’s something we put a lot of t...Jump to post
Is it possible that these negotiations were partly triggered by Boeing not seeing a business case for the 778? Hypothetically speaking, that would also have to mean that Boeing doesn’t see Qantas going their way for Sunrise. I’m reluctant to buy this theory, although it certainly did make me think....Jump to post
Airlines0613 wrote:TC957 wrote:Is this not the 1st for EK rather than LH ?
No, LH is the launch customer.
Basically TAP is keeping the A343 until the end of 2019 as a precaution in case they have some issue with the A339. The 4 aircraft were delivered in 1994 and all have more than 100.000 hours, they have been great machines :airplane: Not sure how common this is, but it's really an engineering marvel...Jump to post
I would go out on a limb and say I am somewhat familiar with HPN. It’s owned by the county and operated by a private company, AvPORTS, not Port Authority. As mentioned, they are somewhat constrained by runway length. The property is surrounded by residential and commercial structures, so they also d...Jump to post
ER757 wrote:Arion640 wrote:ODwyerPW wrote:787-10ER authority to offer will be announced by Boeing.
Is the 787-10ER actually a real concept or is this something airliners.net has made up?
It's an A.net plane - just like the A350-1100
Seems like it might just be easier to keep putting a second person in the pointy end. While not the same, it would seem that people would more likely accept a train with no driver before a wide body with one pilot. bt Agreed, considering driverless trains already exist in some of the largest merto ...Jump to post
You do realize the only E2-175 order isn't happening due to US scope clauses? At this time, only the MRJ has viable orders. The US market is about 60% of the sales in this size range and the predominant used buyer. When we discuss larger, we are talking primarily E2-195 vs. A220, a very different m...Jump to post
I think PDX. Pdx is neglected by Alaska, has a large enough population to justify service to many cities, and is fragmented enough that a new/hip startup could gain some traction. PLUS Sir Branson would live to piss in AS's Wheaties. Wasn’t there a non-compete in the VX deal with Branson? There wer...Jump to post
airlineguy1234 wrote:SierraPacific wrote:I would rather take Spirit now because at least I have wifi and just can buy the big front seat for cheap.
Shhh. The Big Front Seat is the best kept secret in the US airline industry. Don't tell everyone about it or else the price will go up.
Any further word on DL A339 test flights or deliveries? The latest post in this thread implies that the first frame will be in Atlanta on May 16, which is two weeks from today. http://a380.boards.net/thread/1133/delt ... 12&page=12 It flew today: https://airwaysmag.com/airlines/photo-first-delt...Jump to post
Here's the source: https://www.flightglobal.com/news/artic ... us-457975/Jump to post
Looks good. I’m looking forward to flying on Delta’s 339 TATL from JFK someday. Have they had a plan flying 339 out of JFK yet? I thought right now all 339 are ex-SEA. There won't be any new routes announced for the 339 until the S20 schedule. The first 4 frames are spoken for with TPAC service out...Jump to post
Boeing doesn't even have board approval to offer the 797. The max issues only slow that down. I would think someday they will operate this plane, but I wouldn't expect anything in the short term on the 797. Oh, I don't know - maybe the same way Airbus wants to talk about 321XLR orders? https://www....Jump to post
cessna2 wrote:Rumor has it a 787 or 797 order is imminent with a need of 20 aircraft at minimum. Sure would love to see the 787 in DL colors.
Obviously, jetBlue would take them all.
Sorry, I had to.
Combine all the traffic in the LA Basin the two airports in Chicago and the three in New York all have more movements than ATL does. Great. Go ahead and do that math for us to back your claim. We'll wait. EWR - 438,578 JFK - 447,848 LGA - 369,135 TEB - 174,884 NYC Total - 1,430,445 (https://www.pan...Jump to post
How hard would it be for the FAA to give an emergency order to allow the pilots to fly 737-300's? Wouldn't a bigger problem be that lots of the 737-300's WN parked have been scrapped already? They had pretty high cycles on them. Im going to guess the FAA isn’t in a position do be cutting any corner...Jump to post
Wonder if this will change Delta's stance on the NMA considering their partnership with RR. Delta is partnering with Rolls but they also have other engines, True we also have a major GTF deal with Pratt. That shop is starting up as we speak. Within five years the projections are for 180 engine shop...Jump to post
Perimeter Rule? There are ways to get around that. For instance the Saturday services out of LGA past the perimeter and DEN is grandfathered in. I'd be more curious if the size of LGA's runways would prevent the range of such a route if it wasn't a low density 757. A normal density 752 could do LGA...Jump to post