Last reported at TEV (Teruel, Spain). https://flightaware.com/live/flight/ZSSDD And here is a picture of her from v1images. com - https://www.v1images.com/product/south-african-airways-airbus-a350-941-zs-sdd/ I see where the lessor (Avolon) has this one and another one (formerly ZS-SDC). Both are p...Jump to post
763 1702 N172DZ has been in Lake Charles Louisiana CWF since Thursday of last week. Does anyone here know why?
For a good look at the tunnels, watch the movie Point Blank with Lee Marvin. Long tracking shot of him walking through one of them on his way to get the people that double crossed him. He's pissed. It's in the trailer - https://www.imdb.com/video/vi1984872217 He reminds me of a supervisor I used to...Jump to post
Other than a handful of 717s, DL doesn’t own the and it’s up to the owner / lessor to determine their future fate. The 2019 Annual Report (2/2020) pointed to 13 owned 717s. Are those now gone? Doesn't look like anyone is answering so I'll take a shot at it. 9 are operating; 9500-9508 (N949AT, 940AT...Jump to post
Can anyone point me to the latest fleet delivery schedule? I seem to recall there was one put out with a table of number of deliveries by type for each of the next 5 years or so (not including used aircraft). PSU.DTW.SCE posted a nice recap of the schedule back in Feb. https://www.airliners.net/for...Jump to post
And we have our first registration. Former 9M-LNL
https://registry.faa.gov/AircraftInquir ... rTxt=949DK
According to Skyliner, A350 MSN 79 (PR-XTG) is going to Delta. I believe this is not one of the AerCap frames. https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb.main?LC=nav4&page=2 Are Delta taking all of LATAM's A350s? planespotters is listing that frame as "Due" to Delta also. I don't care wha...Jump to post
Did you even confirm if any of these are owned by Castlelake entities? I don't think it's a requirement that Castlelake owns the frames. They are a financier in addition to being a lessor. https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/castlelake-launches-aviation-lending-program-301173277.html My guess ...Jump to post
Okay, I see what you're saying. Forget about Kayak...even when I go to travelocity to price ATY-FRA OW, the Skywest/United fare is 2k and the DAC/United fare is about 9k. I guess I could just buy a ticket from Denver Air Connection ATY-ORD and then buy a different ticket from United ORD-FRA. Or call...Jump to post
Watertown story on having two airlines https://www.thepublicopinion.com/story/news/2021/07/03/key-lime-skywest-provide-service-watertown-airport-awarded-9-m/7799427002/ Recent objection filed to the DoT asking for Skywest to stay. file:///C:/Users/dalem/Downloads/DOT-OST-2011-0138-0112_attachment_1...Jump to post
I think the point is - this is the first example where the airline that lost the EAS Service determination has stayed in the market to compete against the new entrant that had the lowest bid and won the service contract. It's unprecedented and it's not hard to imagine that once DAC has to cease oper...Jump to post
Where can I find the ship numbers for all these DL planes? I can only search by tail # it seems. I use planespotters.net - But most times I have to decipher the ship number to find what type it belongs to so I created a text file with those broken down. Here is the contents of that text file. I won...Jump to post
Did Delta sell their share? It's listed in the Annual Report for 2018 on page 71 - https://s2.q4cdn.com/181345880/files/doc_financials/quarterly_results/2018/q4/DAL-12312018-10K.pdf But I can't find it in the Annual Report for 2019. https://s2.q4cdn.com/181345880/files/doc_financials/2019/q4/DAL-12....Jump to post
Here's a list of the 13 LATAM frames and where they were last reported as stored: MSN 24...PR-XTA...VCV MSN 27...PR-XTB...VCV MSN 35...PR-XTC...CNF MSN 45...PR-XTD...GRU MSN 48...PR-XTE...GRU MSN 64...PR-XTF...VCV MSN 79...PR-XTG...GRU MSN 200...PR-XTH...LDE MSN 250...PR-XTI...GRU MSN 265...PR-XTJ....Jump to post
WALmsp, I was there at the Fifty-Fair as a kid. We just got transferred from HNL. I think there was a Boeing 247 and I remember the M2. Oh yeah I remember the Crew bus, was so funny when I started in LAX and had to ride it to the line. My dad use to take my brother and myself to work and get to wal...Jump to post
So it looks like delta.com has added the new seat map for the upgraded 767-300ER. It's going to be labelled as a 76K. I guess that is what's happening to N178DZ in MCI?
https://www.delta.com/us/en/aircraft/bo ... -300er-76k
As usual, apologies if this has been discussed already.
My assumption is COVID-protocol for crews going to China tied to 1820 and 1821 being ready to go on different days, but I could be wrong. I still don't get why 1808 is scheduled back to ICN right after 1820 unless it's for some other reason (presuming that 1808's crew would leave the plane there fo...Jump to post
Awesome...nice job Jason!Jump to post
I'm hoping someone can explain something to me. I don't understand what SkyWest means when they say "ratably". They've used the term a couple of times now with regards to the 25 CRJ-700s they are adding in 2021. Is it related to the rate paid by AA or is it related to a type rating or some...Jump to post
Looks like Delta was able to sell 7 767s.
Are these the 76Ts ? Or the older 76Z version 2s?
That is very interesting, indeed. According to the U.S. Trade Representative, a new aircraft is one with “no time in service or hours in flight other than for production testing” or for delivery to the U.S. That suggests the plane is no longer new once it’s flown a non-U.S. route for any other purp...Jump to post
Planned for this week.....B763s on the move Tue 11/3 B763 ILN-VCV 1706 N176DZ 9960 (ferry to storage/retirement?) Tue 11/3 B763 ILN-VCV ??? 9961 (ferry to storage/retirement?) Tue 11/3 B763 BHM-MSP 197 N197DN 9936 (storage exit) Thu 11/5 A339 NGO-NRT ??? 9937 (ferry from storage to induction/mx) Th...Jump to post
The CR7s to 550s are being acquired from another company and then leased to another regional. It is possible that they are being acquired from GoJet and being leased back to them, but until the facts come out, it is all speculation. I think you hit the nail on the head. Last month (Oct 2020) Skywes...Jump to post
In their earnings release, American stated they have lowered their daily burn rate down to 25M - 30M for the fourth quarter and they expect liquidity to be around 14 Billion. So that should equal 5.18 - 6.67 quarters. http://news.aa.com/news/news-details/2020/American-Airlines-Reports-Third-Quarter-...Jump to post
Longest Skywest CRJ900 in temp storage jet at SBN N806SK left SBN on Oct 22nd and flew to MSP for reintroduction into service with Delta. CRJ900's N896SK, N897SK and N898SK returned to SBN for temp storage. Okay...here is my understanding on those frames in SBN. I believe those are three of four th...Jump to post
I apologize if this has been discussed before and I just missed it but has the decision been made to retire all the High J 76Ls and standardize on the low J 76Z? I see no 76Ls currently active and the latest 10Q lists only 34 763ers in the fleet and that number matches the 76Z exactly. So 180-182, 1...Jump to post
I know I'm probably going to get in trouble for posting this but I'm surprised no one has brought this up yet. Delta Airlines through the CARES Act received a total of $5.4 Billion dollars from the tax payer, I guess it was assumed that airlines would use up 100% of the funds by September 30, 2020 ...Jump to post
So I was watching an old Seinfeld episode tonight and there was a scene where they went to LaGuardia. Are these the same buildings? Or different ones with the same appearance? If the image doesn't appear they have a United Airlines and a Delta Air Lines sign on the front. If different are they still...Jump to post
I doubt this is the case. You'll see this airplane ferry to NRT once N514DN is finished with PTS (about one more week to go) If that 6 month clause were true, N389DN wouldn't still be flying only international trips to this day after being in the fleet over a year. N389DN was added in Feb 2020. htt...Jump to post
I live in Texas. I bought and registered a car in Oklahoma because the sales tax was lower. Then I transferred it to Texas. Is that wrong? "Wrong" - such a subjective word You did not do anything legally wrong, you operated within the law - just like Delta is here. Is it morally wrong - t...Jump to post
Is this some kind of a data issue with Flightaware.com or are there currently no Expressjet flights flying?
All 321s coming from Hamburg after the import tariff took effect. Here is the list of the last 9 deliveries in the chronological delivery order. The lists include their manufacture location and their routing for today (Sunday, 9/20). I guess the tariffs went into effect in October of 2019. As someo...Jump to post
Does Delta do their own catering? Or meal preparations? I thought it was always contracted out. I found this article about ATL Catering. https://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/news/2020/09/09/delta-in-flight-meals-newrest-atlanta-airport.html so I'm not sure if you people are talking about other airpor...Jump to post
Yes, typically the lenders would get the program. But the value in the program comes from the agreements with third parties (Amex, hoteliers, rental car agencies, etc.) to sell and redeem miles, as well as a similar agreement with Delta which would buy miles from the program and provide services (t...Jump to post
I don't understand the basic concept of using a Frequent Flyer program as collateral. Could someone explain that to me in laymen terms? I can understand using an airplane as collateral. A bank loans you money, if you can't pay it back, the bank gets the airplane that they can then sell or salvage or...Jump to post
audidudi wrote:This is weird...B764 N829MH appears tp be heading from CAN>ICN, and according to FR24, it's ferrying back to CAN about 12 hours later!
Major optics opportunity to furlough the only unionized group while benevolently saving the rest. This could ward off the previously mounting union drives, and keep FA, MX and others without employment contracts for decades. Playing chess with labor relations. Either way, win-win for management: ge...Jump to post
Ih8b6 wrote:Nothing to mention. Frontline, scale employee furloughs were never on the table.
I really hope this change truly becomes permanent. I wonder how others will respond. In the meantime, if it means I have a second airline to choose from for flexibility, then all the power to them. I could get behind baggage fees when oil spiked and it placed airlines in a crunch. Oil is back to $4...Jump to post