Chuska wrote:That's a short flight!
*UA LAX-PSP Jun 1.0>0.1 [1.0]...
It is 109 miles but UA* (and several others) have run this route since day 1. Hate to see another legend bite the dust.
Never heard of Stifel until this thread.......
This is a screwy idea with very little logical analysis...
JetBuddy wrote:They all lie. Der Spiegel, The New York Times, The Telegraph, The Guardian, FOX, CNN.
They're all very selective with what facts they choose to tell, and what truths they omit - all creating a narrative that fits their world view.
I agree if the roles were reversed (he hit her over the head with a laptop) the comments on this forum would be markedly different....Jump to post
Very lucky there was no fire. Could have been much much worse. Speedy recovery to those injured.Jump to post
Hopefully, the "fix" doesn't get approved without thorough testing, done by FAA, not boeing. EASA or another competent regulator please. [erm... just realised I'm calling EASA competent. Jeez. Best of a bad bunch I guess.] Just curious, if not EASA or FAA, what regulator would be acceptab...Jump to post
Sounds like Airbus wants to ensure pilots know the aircraft. Last thing they want would be some inexperienced pilots with subpar training crashing some new NEO or similar aircraft. They certainly do not want to be in the position Boeing finds itself in today. I agree, but you probably know that Air...Jump to post
Isn't Airbus actually helping out Boeing with such comments? Indirectly (or directly) yes. And why wouldn't they? Airbus and Boeing need each other more than any A or B fan here would care to admit. Neither could remotely supply the entire industry and without the other, we would have a slew of new...Jump to post
Villanova return (remember they chartered the Ameristar Corporate Shuttle 732 on the way to BDL as well): https://flightaware.com/live/flight/AJI9612/history/20190324/1300Z/KBDL/KPHL Good catch. I didn't even check because of the distance, but that makes sense given New York traffic. I think this K...Jump to post
gregarious119 wrote:Seems they have now made the request to BEA in France to read the boxes. Going to great lengths to make sure the NTSB isn't the one to read them.
Note to self....buy some Sherwin Williams stock...Jump to post
Sad day for aviation lovers if true. She always looked a little bulbous to me, but no question it was an engineering success. Commercially, obviously not.Jump to post
I guess having all those closets will help with carry on luggage issues. But no lav?Jump to post
With such a large base of aircraft in service, would a support operation be profitable? If BBD pulls the plug, are they obligated to provide support, spares, etc?Jump to post
Nice looking airport. Agree about the full length window jet bridges, it's a nice touch.Jump to post
I just summarized all a,net approved very appropriate comments for such incidents. What an absolute disaster of an airline! Think of all the spare parts they just created. Guess the pilot didn’t follow the fancy shining lights The planes for Ethiopian need some extra warning lights Norwegian light ...Jump to post
dtw2hyd wrote:musman9853 wrote:am i the only one that thinks it looks terrible?
Couldn't muster enough courage to state my opinion. Convinced myself not seeing the same image as others based on their comments.
GE9X wrote:If Bombardier dumps the CRJ next it will be out of the commercial airliner market and banking entirely on Global, a little bit of Challenger, and the poor Learjet which hasn't done well under BBD.
I suspect other airlines would be even less inclined to order the A380 if the end result is keeping the line open, which clearly benefits EK.Jump to post
Let's see, diverting the east river, relocating Rikers, bulldozing thousands of homes, bulldozing JFK, temporary relocation for the hundreds of thousands of people while all this is going on, creating more land from the sea..... Let's say you got the green light today. I'm guessing it would be 40 ye...Jump to post
Its unfortunate, but when this took place it was a 'distraction from her duties' as it would be in any business. In this particular case, she is "...there for your safety." Obviously tending to personal business on board a plane while on duty and being paid, is dereliction of her responsi...Jump to post
Pardon my ignorance, but has PW determined the cause and have a fix in place, or are they still cranking out engines for the OEM market that will potentially suffer from these same issues?Jump to post
Don't know what they will sell them for, but it seems I remember they got them for almost nothing. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.Jump to post
Sounds like a miserable experience for any flight longer than 30 minutes.Jump to post
I'm going to guess military chartersJump to post
While I am skeptical, I would love to see it happen. I always liked the high wing look of the 328 and BA146.
Does ownership of the type certificate allow them to restart production with less regulatory approvals?
Given how airlines arbitrarily assign segment costs to their ticket prices, I wouldn't be surprised if people get less than 50% refund.Jump to post
While the piece clearly takes shots at Allegiant, it also roasts the FAA as well.Jump to post
Paul787 wrote:How did the deer manage to get on the airfield? I assume CLT has fences with some protective spiky wires on the top...
Great news for CVG, no doubt. Will be interesting watching this venture grow. Doesn't DHL have/had a big operation there now?Jump to post