Testing of anti malaria drug in S Korea and China all prove it works ... Stanford University ... looks very promising ... https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/03/18/malarial-drug-chloroquine-effective-against-coronavirus/ Certantly worth repeating. :smile: I picked this up on Tucker Carlson's sh...Jump to post
NK is dropping IND-RSW/TPA for most of April-Early June, LAS/MCO are still scheduled as daily at the moment. UA IND-SFO dropped for April/May as well Airport cancelled its board meeting for Friday, Garage Parking now 80% empty, usually would be almost completely full during this time due to Spring ...Jump to post
Testing of anti malaria drug in S Korea and China all prove it works ... Stanford University ... looks very promising ...
https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020 ... ronavirus/
initial test results of anti malaria drug in France looks to be very successful
https://www.connexionfrance.com/French- ... al-results
Bayer ramping up production of anti malaria drug .... looks like this may stomp it out
https://www.fiercepharma.com/pharma/bay ... ght-report
ELON MUSK says anti malaria drug approved in 1949 kills the virus ...
https://www.businessinsider.com/malaria ... ent-2020-3
Fischer never operated the Shorts 360 They operated De Havilland Doves and De Haviland Herons under Allegheny Commuter and then the CASA 212 and Dornier 228's https://www.airlinefan.com/airline-photos/Allegheny-Commuter-Airlines/De-Havilland/DH-104-Dove/N80014/2515395/ https://www.opshots.net/galler...Jump to post
A side hobby of mine is researching every single aircraft type and livery in the Delta Family (to include merged airlines like NWA and connection carriers.) I was also surprised to find out about NWA ATRs. Another pic, not sure about site rules about posting pics from other sites so I'll post the l...Jump to post
ConcourseZ wrote:The Allegheny Institute's brain trust is three old white guys. They probably live in Cleveland.
32andBelow wrote:Why are they moving all the planes to the desert. Can’t they literally just leave them at the gate at this point.
PSU.DTW.SCE wrote:Delta widebody fleet en-route en-masse to MZJ today
Here is what I have seen for DL, for the first 2 weeks of April in terms of change in daily flights: (original daily flights) IND-ATL -2 (10) IND-BOS -1 (4) IND-LGA -1 (5) IND-JFK -1 (3) IND-DTW -1 (7) IND-MSP -1 (5) IND-SLC down to 5x weekly (daily) IND-LAX down to 4x weekly (6x weekly) IND-RDU dr...Jump to post
Any thoughts on what some longer term impacts of the COVID disruptions on air travel will mean for PIT? I'm wondering some of the long/thin/less profitable routes are vulnerable to either temporary or permanent cuts. Like service to SFO/SEA/LHR/FRA/RUD/PHX. I also wonder about G4 and what they migh...Jump to post
Simmons took over from another carrier Fischer Brothers Aviation ... they flew CASA 212'S and Dornier 228 series https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CASA_C-212_Aviocar#/media/File:CASA_212_N160FB_Northwest_Airlink.jpg https://www.opshots.net/gallery2/index.php?page=photos&id=40765 Simmons ended it's r...Jump to post
Flew from PBI earlier today to ATL ... 8 people on the 737 - 900 .. both facilities were empty ... we have entered the twilight zone .. hope I can get back Friday to PBI ... who knows ...Jump to post
On a DL flight right now from PBI to ATL ... ONLY 8 PASSENGERS ON A 737 - 900 .... do not see how the airlines can survive much longer without federal help ... PBI was deader than Christmas day ... grim https://flightaware.com/live/flight/DAL2447/history/20200312/1851Z/KPBI/KATL They need to cut ca...Jump to post
On a DL flight right now from PBI to ATL ... ONLY 8 PASSENGERS ON A 737 - 900 .... do not see how the airlines can survive much longer without federal help ... PBI was deader than Christmas day ... grim
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/DAL ... /KPBI/KATL
without the support after the sale ... ZEROJump to post
I'm assuming this also covers corporate jet travel as wellJump to post
I wonder if the covers corporate jet travel as wellJump to post
Screening being done in the UK for all trying to fly to the USA ?Jump to post
one of their remaining birds just flew the Texas Basketball team to the Big 12 Tournament in Kansas City
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/MNU ... /KAUS/KMKC
How about an ERJ with Contour, or a 328JET with Ultimate, Key Lime, or Advanced Air? How about Midwest Express raising capital to get their own planes If they choose not to game over. According to the most recent SEC filing, they have raised only 750,000 from the initial placement in May of 2019 .....Jump to post
usxguy wrote:Do CRJs even have ovens?
rarely used air national guard bases could be used to park aircraft for a few weeks if needed to ...
Reporter on FOX news said she just flew from LGA to OHR for 38 dollars walk up fare ... 18 people were on the planeJump to post
Again.....CMI is the same size as Lafayette+West Lafayette if not smaller. Not to mention Tippecanoe County is growing at 10-15%, the issue is that nearly everyone in the area is willing to drive to either IND or ORD/MDW for flights, and therefore airlines aren't going to add service unless they ge...Jump to post
Aircraft aren't the issue, it's the proximity to IND and even ORD, the Lafayette area is no different than some of the Illinois airports that have service. LAF catchment area is too small to support ERJ or CRJ service ... the population base is just not there. The loss of the EAS designation in 199...Jump to post
Mesaba did operate flights to DTW one time as well. https://www.flickr.com/photos/erussell1984/13759423865 Planes are just too big now to make service viable to LAF. Aircraft aren't the issue, it's the proximity to IND and even ORD, the Lafayette area is no different than some of the Illinois airpo...Jump to post
The obsession with cookies is bordering on the absurd ...
https://www.jsonline.com/story/money/bu ... 004293002/
Mesaba did operate flights to DTW one time as well.
Planes are just too big now to make service viable to LAF.
according to most recent SEC information ... MIDWEST has still not raised any additional capital beyond the original 750,000 dollars in May of 2019 https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1741839/000089271219000231/0000892712-19-000231-index.htm They might be able to make ago to GRR with 19 seat pro...Jump to post
Re: Contour One thing that bodes well for them is that they do have an airport management which would probably work with them if they wanted to push back the start date. If they don't come in in June I wouldn't be surprised to see a September start. Then again, this is just me yappin out loud with ...Jump to post
debonair wrote:Midwest Express is ending partnership with ELITE AIRWAYS...
If this thing continues past Easter, I'd say no. Will Contour actually start serving the announced routes out of IND given the current free fall in airlines ? Since a lot of the IND flying for them is "utilization flying," for example running TUP-BNA-IND-BNA-TUP, I think the worst case sc...Jump to post
They always had a strange business model in terms of scheduled flights. They cut everything here at MLB, and now just use it to store their planes and do maintenance. I remember when they had their MLB-BIM flight, they would sometimes have 1 or 2 people per flight. Not even kidding. They did run a ...Jump to post
Midwest Express now suing Elite
https://biztimes.com/midwest-express-sa ... it-150000/
LHR must allow flexibility in this current crisis ... forcing airlines to fly ghosts flights or lose your slots is crazy ...
https://www.9news.com.au/national/empty ... 20b1308a53
Yuck a CR2? Should’ve gone for an E170/175. Product is usually much better. Per article, Elite Airways will own the planes, but the interior and soft product will be owned by Midwest. https://www.travelweekly.com/Travel-News/Airline-News/Elite-Airways-to-fly-Midwest-Express-planes A bit underwhelmi...Jump to post
ZERO PLANS to builds to a new terminal in your 5 year old forecast ... just expansion of existing facilities It's the current master plan, they just completed a new terminal prior to that, and yes, expansion of existing facilities. $6 billion worth of projects over 20 years. If they had the space P...Jump to post