I expect Boeing to simply hold off for the 787NEO to group together multiple weight, engine and aero improvements. I think it should be called 787Max. ;) Anything but NEO. Airbus doesn't have a trademark on NEO but this enthusiast community certainly doesn't need to keep referring to it like that.Jump to post
Do the 737's still say "Proudly all Boeing" or has that been removed now that they have had Airbus and Embraer in the fleet for 2+ years? The motto still exists on the Boeing fleet. I've flown AS quite a bit these past few years and make a photo webpage for all of them. On this page from ...Jump to post
N844AA... So no photos exist of N844AA? Check again: https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=N844AA&FORM=HDRSC2 You didn’t get what I was implying So with a registration and an ellipsis we're supposed to be able to surmise what that means. My ex-wife always accused me of not being able to read her...Jump to post
Didn't the original Ozark Airlines (OZ) order a Boeing 727-200, and didn't Boeing paint the plane in Ozark's "Three Swallows" livery, only to have Ozark cancel the Boeing order? I think that there may have been a "photoshopped" pic of a 727 on the Ozark history website, but I ha...Jump to post
Braniff's 2nd 747-100...It was rumored to have been sold to Wardair Canada. This is not a rumour...it is a much-published fact. By much-published I mean in the many volumes of Airliner Production List (and various similar publications) produced over the years. It is also verifiable on planespotters...Jump to post
So I am trying to find out what the longest cargo flight that the 747 flies in real life. I want to do some real-world routes with the PMDG 747 and would like to find some of the longest flights that are done in real life and fly them in the sim. So does anyone know what the longest cargo flights t...Jump to post
Dominion301 wrote:Does “world” = USA?
If the -ULRs are parked, where are they? Have you thought to research flightradar24 to see where they've last flown? I could, but that wouldn't be conclusive, as that site oftentimes does not show ferries and plenty of other unscheduled ops. So why not just say EWR? Because that wouldn't make some ...Jump to post
If the -ULRs are parked, where are they? Have you thought to research flightradar24 to see where they've last flown? Not being able to post a screenshot, I'll cut and paste 9V-SGA's most recent movement per that website. 25 Mar 2020 New York (EWR) Singapore (SIN) SQ21 17:42 10:45 AM 11:03 AM 5:15 P...Jump to post
I believe Mohawk Airlines had a 727 for a short time. I remember it having a 'blacked out' nose under the cockpit windows.
steveinbc wrote:Virgin Atlantic had a Vickers Viscount that flew daily services from London Gatwick to Maastricht.
UA had two or three 727s in an experimental battleship livery with a lighter shade of grey and black trim around the windows. It was called by some the “ghost” scheme. There’s a few photos on anet I think there was only one: N7442U. I was lucky to fly aboard it from MIA to DCA on 10 Sept 1997. If y...Jump to post