GalebG4 wrote:To me personally both Buzz and Lauda liveries are not enough recognizable. Sorry O’Leary but honestly you can pay designer to design something more nicer, recognizable and more original.
Honestly the most telling thing for me is that you can't book on their website to SNN or ORK until May. Nor to Dublin. Very true, but I don't see them deploying a 787 to cover ORK and SNN. Might be wrong but I am not sure they have another Dreamliner to spare. They won’t even have the dub Dreamline...Jump to post
Very interested to see what they do with ORK and SNN services which are due to recommence in 2 weeks time. I have family on the first flight out of ORK and they have not received any cancellation as of yet. However I suspect they will in the next week. With the MAX most likely out of service for so...Jump to post
anshabhi wrote:Sooner787 wrote:Best way to do that is convert your new Max order to an 737NG order, assuming Boeing would be open to building a few more
For the coming days, Boeing will only be able to build NG
Shannon Airport has announced that its first ever scheduled Lufthansa service is to have its capacity doubled this year with a second weekly service to Frankfurt.
https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingn ... 07713.html
Shannon Airport to prepare European hub connectivity plan for government
http://clareherald.com/2019/02/shannon- ... lan-72313/
Shannon had the worst punctuality record of Ireland's main airports last year
Love CBP. Used it in SNN in 2017 and it’s so much easier than stressing at the other end, Arriving in JFK was amazing, off the plane..collect our bags and out the door all in around 20-30 minsJump to post
or crew that sometimes have to get a taxi back to Dublin Yikes, there goes €250 of margin... Similarly, EI does not have a flight deck crew base at SNN so the majority of pilots are DUB-based and would overnight in Limerick to fly the early LHR flight the following day. Not sure if they overnight f...Jump to post