I am currently doing the <acronym title="Catumbela (CBT / FNCT), Angola">CBT</acronym> for the Lido systems and it seems like a brilliant tool. I was looking at some pictures of it online and came across this picture and was wondering what the small display behind the sidestick is for? <br/><center>...Jump to post
I tried looking up <acronym title="Trondheim - Vaernes (TRD / ENVA), Norway">TRD</acronym>-<acronym title="Newark - Liberty International (EWR / KEWR), USA - New Jersey">EWR</acronym> in July on SAS.dk and SAS.no and it works fine. What dates are you looking at? The flight <acronym title="Oslo - Gar...Jump to post
I also had problems looking for connecting flights through <acronym title="Oslo - Gardermoen (OSL / ENGM), Norway">OSL</acronym>. I tried to find the route <acronym title="Copenhagen - Kastrup (CPH / EKCH), Denmark">CPH</acronym>-<acronym title="Keflavik (KEF / BIKF), Iceland">KEF</acronym>, but not...Jump to post
I have tried searching for cabin views from the upper deck in 747F, but without luck. I am not looking for pictures inside the cargo hold, but I want to see how "passengers" travels with the freigthers. Please post if you have pictures or links.Jump to post
I have two from Billund Airport (EKBI) in Denmark. The first one I heard in the old airport building. There is a panorama view of the apron and taxing for runway 09 is a Conair A300. An older lady asks her husband how the aircraft turns and quickly concludes that it uses the nose gear, but her husba...Jump to post
I have been in the US of A three times and every single time I had to go trough the extra security check. I got trough the line faster than anybody else, but no where else do I have to go trough extra security, so it feels like they are horassing me! I had the SSSS's twice when flying <acronym title...Jump to post
I really like that the 747 freighters have a small cabin for their employees and I would like to see some more pictures also to compare the standards with the different airlines. I made a search here on A.net, but only found one picture. So if anyone works with or around the 747F please take a photo...Jump to post
I was working in Billund Airport in Denmark EKBI and one morning the SAS Dash 8-Q400 I just loaded had a low level of oxygen in the bottle for the pilots, so they changed to another Q400, which should leave an hour later. So all the luggage had to come out and into the other aircraft and they only l...Jump to post
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Thanks for all your replies. I would like to contradict a post saying that it is not a worldwide problem, with staff putting luggage tags on the passport covers, as I myself have experienced it from Singapore to Europe to South America and to the US of A. I think it really depends on the staff check...Jump to post
I have been doing quite some travelling during the last couple of years. Almost all the time I check inn, the staff puts the small luggage tag, with the luggage number, on the cover of my passport. Every time I take it off I can see that damage has been done to the cover. Normally the front of the p...Jump to post
I noticed when I was out fueling a car, that the price you pay for 30 litres of gasoline is what we in Denmark and most of Europe pay for one liter!
Is the fuel prices low aswell and might that be the reason that the airliners have not aquired more fuel efficient aircrafts?
I flew out: <acronym title="Billund (BLL / EKBI), Denmark">BLL</acronym>-<acronym title="Copenhagen - Kastrup (CPH / EKCH), Denmark">CPH</acronym>-<acronym title="Frankfurt - Main (Rhein-Main AB) (FRA / FRF / EDDF), Germany">FRA</acronym> with Cimber/SAS (ATR42/MD80) <acronym title="Frankfurt - Main...Jump to post
Nice thread! I was in Venezuela for 3½ months one year ago and I must say that I love the country! I flew with Aserca from Maracaibo to Caracas. The DC-9-30 was really nice dispite its age. I think it was from 68 or 69. I later read in an older Guiness Book of Records that the oldest plane flying co...Jump to post
KaiGywer: Hey that is from Mythbusters!Jump to post
While making a turn on the runway in <acronym title="Esbjerg (EBJ / EKEB), Denmark">EBJ</acronym> First Choice 757-257 G-OOBJ left the runway leaving it stuck in the soft ground. <a href="http://www.zites.dk/spotters/esbjerg/01.jpg" target=_blank>http://www.zites.dk/spotters/esbjerg/01.jpg</a> <a hr...Jump to post
I flew on an Aserca DC-9-30 yesterday from Maracaibo to Caracas and I started to wonder if there is foreign pilots flying in Venezuela, if not do you think it would be possible to get a job, if you can speak Spanish, but not a citizen? Another question is, if the local pilots do training in Venezuel...Jump to post
I vote for LAN...
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Hi I flown the A320 simulator at SAS Flight Academy in Stockholm and it was a great experience. <br> <center> <font color="#EEEEEE" size="1" face="ARIAL, Helvetica, Geneva"> MyAviation.net photo: <br><a href="http://myaviation.net/search/photo_search.php?id=00411130&size=medium" target="_blank"> <IM...Jump to post
There is not room enough in the first 2 rows for a 2-3-2 config. and the don't want to waste 3 business seats in row 3-7! That is the simple answer. The reason why they have used the 2-2-2 config. in the new A330s is most likely due to the lack of space. SAS uses 2-2-2 for their business class on th...Jump to post