Local news in Dayton has this. Developing now.
Let me guess...thoughts and prayers?
by738 wrote:I wonder why BA have always kept MCO at LGW, no First and often an older product...
Because it's the top tourist destination in the world?Jump to post
Closing NRT was always the goal, and was never merely a rumor. 10 years ago I remember Richard Anderson telling me himself that moving the hub to HND was the long term goal (and strategy). This should surprise no one.Jump to post
I'm curious if TNT ever received MIA diversions?Jump to post
afcjets wrote:Do you mean like NY, CA, IL?
Why? Do you plan on buying one?Jump to post
Why is the fact that airframe is 19 years-old relevant to the discussion?Jump to post
WayexTDI wrote:Catching it actually shows QC does exist and work.
airlineworker wrote:A person moves to Podunk and expects the same benefits as larger selfsustaing metro areas.
N62NA wrote:BA 742 used to fly EWR-LHR. Not sure if they ever used the 744 on it though.
MikeDrop wrote:Because it was based on a lie.
Yes, BA used to send 747s to Orlando.
The original flight to Pittsburgh was a 747 as well.
I think in this case, "wrong set of wings" is probably a paperwork error regarding serial numbers.
I highly doubt the aircraft in question was flying around w/ P8 wings on it.
Boeing needs a deworming coupled with a a top-to-bottom internal audit by U.S. and foreign aviation regulators.
Something is seriously wrong with this company.
To trick you into paying fees.Jump to post
Ziyulu wrote:Since this happened in Kenya, many here will argue how security is lax over there.
MD-11s, later-build 767s (200ER/300ER), and 747-400s use interchangeable engines (provided they aren't RR, which wasn't an option on the MD-11). Actually, it was...for a time. Air Europe ordered the MD-11 w/ RR engines, although they were never delivered as such and ultimately delivered to Delta w/...Jump to post
tpaewr wrote:I think most of us who were proud to be Continental are frankly relieved to have our legacy untethered from everything that is UA.
Yes, they are being scrapped.
The buildings at MCRD cannot be demolished because they are historic. (1) any building can be demolished. (2) it is not up to the USMC if they keep the base open, it is up to the BRAC. In fact, MCRD San Diego was on the BRAC list in 2005. Only lobbying efforts to remove it from the list saved the b...Jump to post
Can runway be closed for improvement? Doubtful due to space limitations. They *could* (perhaps) convert the parallel taxiway into a temporary runway but it's tight and would limit the types of aircraft that could operate. What *really* needs to happen for KSAN is the demolition and relocation of th...Jump to post
What "abortion debate"? Roe vs. Wade is settled law.Jump to post
CFM56 engines also power A340-200 and -300. Your point being? With the number of A342/A343 airframes that have been scrapped in recent years it is highly unlikely that any new engines will ever be ordered for that airplane. There are literally hundreds of engines out there available to support the ...Jump to post
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