757 was never huge in Europe correct? Negative...during the last eighties, nineties and the beginning of 2000's the 757 was one of the most popular, workhorse and utilized aircraft for tons of charter airlines from UK, Spain, Germany, Turkey, etc. Talking about my airport, Faro, Southern Portugal, ...Jump to post
Why didn't Bhutan Airlines or Druk Air fly the vaccine in on a regularly scheduled flight? AFAIK TRI-Mg Intra has a kind of contract with several entities such as RED CROSS and similar to do medevac, relief and hospital flights along all Asia...it also says that on their Wikipedia page. My 22 cents...Jump to post
Can you imagine seeing the aircraft trying to land from the ground? I'm sure it looked crazy from all angles. Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=siCo5LP374o It seems like ground crew wasnt sure if they just witnessed a crash. Jesus christ...what a load of non-sense...the inside conpit vi...Jump to post
To be fair, Paro is very difficult landing. Only turboprops and Bae-146's were able to operate there for years. Even Druk Air only uses A319's now. Not correct...for some time other models are being used there such as boeing 737-700 and Airbus 320. For your info the other bhutanese airline besides ...Jump to post
According skyliner.de first 738 is already fully painted at Guanghzou...any pic please? TksJump to post
I fully recognize this is not important for the final investigation, but it really surprises me i've never heard in the entire ATC comms the words "Pan Pan" or "Mayday"...i really wish all the best for the pilots.Jump to post
Great and amazing job...only a few mere "seconds" if less, from the birds/feathers filmed from the inside to start the decelaration...quick and wise decision, human skills 100% and brakes 100% either..not like this 747 some years ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXzkcmQ0AIw Dry runway...Jump to post
Well...to be very honest when i started to read this new i didnt find anything "out of the normal & ordinary"....until this »»» Fleet proposal»»» Boeing: B737-600 / 700 / 700C / 800 / 900 / 900ER Series, B787-8/-9/-10, B747-400, B747-8, B777-200/300/400. Airbus: A318/ A319 / A320 / A32...Jump to post
Great and amazing job...only a few mere "seconds" if less, from the birds/feathers filmed from the inside to start the decelaration...quick and wise decision, human skills 100% and brakes 100% either..not like this 747 some years ago:
However its curious to observe regarding the number of movements (planes itself with landings and take offs) CAN only comes in 8th place with the classic trio ATL-ORD-DFW maintaining the traditional positionJump to post
Hello...forgive me my sincerity, but having in mind that Airliners.net is a worldwide forum do you mind to put HRL in "plain words" at least once please...Many thanks in advance :) AngelsDecay, I understand. It can be frustrating when folks assume everyone is familiar with certain airport...Jump to post
Hey guys, I was the skipper on that flight. Landing on runway 10 was impossible due to the 10kt tailwind limit our company has. Regarding our company stable approach criteria, all elements were respected and the limiting factor was to be established within the runway edges by 100’ AGL which we were...Jump to post
Hi all...until now i keep this doubt and would kindly request if anyone here could give me some light about it, please. According this ICAO Doc from 2019 there is a portion of Pacific Ocean with a "Ghost FIR" non-atribbuted no anyone (Pages 6 & 10) https://www.icao.int/SAM/Documents/20...Jump to post
This has so much Ethiopian 409 similarities...Jump to post
Agree with Airbus, but regarding MadDog i saw very nasty landings...until this very day the most rough landings (if i can call it landings) i still keep on my memory, one belongs to a British Airtours 707, the second one to a 737-200 Air Europe and the third to complete the TOP3 belongs to a french ...Jump to post
Jesus...besides the fact he did a total illegal and maybe criminally action, i really feel for him...maybe under some influence, drugs, meds, alchool, etc...that fall ending almost inanimated on the ground, dont know about the outcome if he survived...poor guy???Jump to post
Smoke is seen but the airport fire truck has been out of commission for 2 months because it's missing one of its front wheels. The airport has military aircraft from US, France, Japan etc, more than one fire appliance is located there. It would be one of the better airports in Africa to have an eme...Jump to post
You have these two AFAIK:
https://airlinehistory.co.uk/airline/al ... irlines-3/
Hope it helps
And seems to (wishing once again) start/restart Conakry and Mauritania too (Nouackchott). There is also some inside rumours TAP may start after Covid raging waters and when things starts to calm down, Lima, Mumbai, Guangzhou, Addis Abeba and Kuala Lumpur. = What? Man, someone is pulling your leg in...Jump to post
Hi all...for a couple of days im getting a lil bit puzzled and confused about this one. Some nights ago i was doing some research about classic Condor 747 and i becamed a lil bit intrigued on this one here...here it goes: https://www.dusinfo.net/ga_result.php?regi=D-ABYH&anzseite=20 https://www....Jump to post
aristoenigma wrote:Will the green state 747-8 BBJ originally bought by the Saudis in 2012 that sits unmodified in Basel ever see adoption by any of the governments on the Arabian pensinsula?
Desertshamrock7 wrote:This will be interesting. Arrive up in KEF from KBP to find the winds out of limits. They will find it hard with fuel to go anywhere else.
AntonioMartin wrote:South West Aviation...I wonder if this s another Viktor Bout type operation??
Quite not a kind of airline, but some Biz and Taxi such as NetJets and VistaJet are doing great these days, like some others on the BizJet market worldwide.Jump to post
Hi all...according skyliner-aviation.de ex 744F OM-ACG was re-registered 3 days ago in Kazakhstan as 9U-BBA.
AFAIK 9U belongs to the small and humble african country Burundi.
Does anyone here knows more details, possible name of this new Burundian operator, etc?
Tks in advance...AD
All the best for our aviation friends there
https://www.reuters.com/article/avianca ... HkeMWu14UY
100% medical supply run. Plus Ultra is doing a lot of that recently. Nothing strange @ PVG, PEK & CAN recently as you got all the surprise birds that never visited the country before and probably never will if not due to the COVID-19. Michael Indeed ...besides the normal portuguese and maltese ...Jump to post
AENA has closed 8 airports: - A Coruña LCG - Almería LEI - Asturias OVD - Granada-Jaén GRX - Murcia RMU - Pamplona PNA - Santander SDR - Vigo VGO Not sure whether OPO is also closed; it seems there are no commercial flights operating from there. OPO its Oporto // Porto in Portugal....so its not an ...Jump to post
Or to return EU citizens in US to their EU home lands...Jump to post
TAP Air Portugal...since today started to park his fleet on almost every portuguese air force base corner,,,all the civilian airports now almost reaching parking rupture point.Jump to post
caliboy93 wrote:Which airlines are most likely to go out of business due to the COVID pandemic?