Video link: https://youtu.be/YV386DH_mIw On August 20, I flew Air Greenland from Copenhagen, Denmark to Kangerlussuaq, Greenland in Business Class. This was one of the coolest flights I've ever taken because I love flying to Arctic places. Air Greenland (previously known as Greenlandair) is the fla...Jump to post
Target: underserved communities> Stockton, Modesto, Red Bluff, Chico, CA, Calexico, El Centro... Goal> low cost air service and allow retired airline workers to continue to participate in the industry Employees> retired airline pilots, FAs, ground and administrative Everyone> minimum wage from the ...Jump to post
Hey something I just thought of yesterday evening...at 36yrs., doesn't that make the MD-80 the longest-serving type in AA's entire history? Yes, I believe it does make it the longest-serving type in AA's history. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Airlines_fleet) If you scroll down to the hist...Jump to post
It was the 1990s. Nobody went with leather back then. Delta has refurbished it's MD80 cabins. American has not. I did a bunch of flight on AS in the mid 90's, I can still remember how hard and uncomfortable those leather seats were. Agreed. The leather seats nowadays cause you to slide around much ...Jump to post
BuildingMyBento wrote:How about Brunei? Would it be Playboy, or Royal Brunei Airlines?
I can't believe how so many are bashing Tower for poor service. Do AA, UA, and DL offer good service today? you're kidding right? You must be young or something. Read the articles shared in the links earlier. I can remember seeing Tower in the news all the time with this type of stuff. For an airli...Jump to post
They clearly missed an opportunity with the SAN-LAS market, now that Delta Spirit and Frontier have all successfully entered the market. From what I’ve noticed here in SAN, Alaska focuses more on the north-south corridor while southwest is more focused on the west to east corridor. While Alaska als...Jump to post
They should! That would look great. I personally would like to see an Air Oregon retro livery, since horizon absorbed their business into theirs itd be nice to commemorate the airlines theyve absorbed with retros similar to AA. That too would be really cool, both the Air Oregon retrojet/retro Q and...Jump to post
That ship has sailed. There has long been an airline for intra-California and short-haul from California. It used to be United. Now it's Southwest. On short-haul, frequency matters -- nobody wants to wait three hours for the next 80-minute flight. AS can't put up 3 or 4x daily successfully against ...Jump to post
Is there anyone who would be up to do an interview for a school project? I will just email you some questions and you would answer them if you wanted to. Thanks! (sorry if there is a format I am supposed to follow, I was told to come here for pilots) If I were you I'd try emailing some airlines med...Jump to post
In no order:
Canadian North - 737 200
Air Transat - A310
AirTanker Services - A330MRTT
Air Greenland - A330
Air Inuit - 737 200
First Air / Summit Air - Avro RJ85
Vegas Sands - 747SP
Izhavia - YAK 42
Utair - 767 200
Nordwind - Irkut MC-21 (when it delivers)
DL has nonstop service to Australia from its LAX hub, but not from any of its other hubs. There are some European destinations that DL serves nonstop from JFK but not from ATL. I wouldn't consider LAX a hub for Delta, especially when you compare it to SEA, SLC, MSP, & DTW. Delta is LAX's 2nd hi...Jump to post
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I'm also confused as to why the fuel truck is by the tail, even though it hit the front of the plane.
I think that the livery doesn't do justice to the whole rebrand work. The website (https://caboverdeairlines.com/) shows a real new brand identity that i find really refreshing and suitable for an island like Cape Verde. But this livery is just meh, the tail looks like it have been cannibalized fro...Jump to post
I flew Air France business class on their A380 last year. The seat was an angled lie-flat 180 degrees. Pretty disappointing considering most of their other long haul aircraft have fuly lie-flat business class seats. I was impressed with the food service & the crew were pretty friendly.Jump to post
I would show the passenger sitting in my seat my boarding pass that proves that the seat is mine. If they fail to show me that their boarding pass shows that the seat is theirs and they refuse to get up, I would ask a nearby crew member (without making a scene) to help me out.Jump to post
Hello, I'm an aviation YouTuber with the channel QFS Aviation. I mostly film trip reports on commercial airline flights. I have received many comments on the legality of filming peoples faces during boarding without written consent or blur. I've done a ton of research both online and in person, but ...Jump to post
wedgetail737 wrote:They will fail if they use RJ’s.
Absolutely it is. They are required to maintain an airworthy aircraft. I'm on an Icelandair plane after all but its TF-FIW marked Albert Ballin. Doesn't look like it has wifi dome or even winglets The aircraft itself is owned and operated by Icelandair. The aircraft is in a special livery to brand ...Jump to post
jetbluefan1 wrote:aemoreira1981 wrote:jetbluefan1 wrote:Any idea how many seats XL has on that widebody? B6 will be sending a 200-seat all-core aircraft, which has low unit costs compared to its A320's (or the Mint-configured 321, obviously).