...Qantas had has a distinguished association with the 747 for 50 years. And flew all models except the -8I. You're incorrect, they never operated the Boeing 747-100 either. All the rest though... 747-200B, 747-200 Combi, 747SP, 747-300, 747-400 and 747-400ER. I've not flown every type of 747, but ...Jump to post
D L X wrote:Remember Don’t Expect Luggage To Arrive? How about “Untied?” Truth is, people have had it in for US for 50+ years. Most of you folks blasting them weren’t even alive back then, lol.
So far as Taiwan is concerned they are the legitimate Chinese government so they would never do anything to weaken their claim. As long as they hold that view, which is highly unrealistic from a practical standpoint, it does not help their national carrier’s business position. Isn’t Taiwan all abou...Jump to post
Nothing more than free publicity and spin to boost "green image". Big electric powered planes are decades away, and battery technology needs more than a quantum leap to be a credible alternative both in terms of energy density and reliability. Your first sentence is entirely contradicted ...Jump to post
litz wrote:Who needs slides when you can just walk out on the wing, and step down to the street?
Because the only good one didn't sell wellJump to post
That was a rather vigorous takeoff rollJump to post
smartplane wrote:Didn't a 777, later in life operated by NZ, have a hold corrosion issue? Was that attributed to a foam issue when with a previous operator?
One explanation for the revelations coming out today about satellite data is simple. It took time to extract the satellite data, analyze it and get the appropriate de-classification for people to be able to discuss it with sources in the press. And to think we could have saved all that time ensurin...Jump to post
How is it possible that so many intelligence services were sure 12 hours ago that there was nothing untoward with this incident and now we have the exact opposite? Surely they are looking at the same data as before No intelligence agency really wants to tip what they know until the bosses are fine ...Jump to post
lightmac wrote:Despite Greta Thunberg Germany's seven top cities are connected to each other with up to 25 flights daily!
lessredtape wrote:any NZ airline can operate domesticallyin OZ without restriction & have been told that they don't have to deal with CASA, which must be a huge benefit.
Flying Belgian wrote:LAX-AKL is still shorter than SFO-AKL, strange.
ZK-NBT wrote:QF began 789 services on Wednesday to AKL daily QF141/144.