High quality updates! Thanks a lot!Jump to post
I feel sorry for the people working there, but they really had no added value to the markets. So they will be forgotten very soon. The whole construction was bound to fail anyway, and then came CoVid-19.... But again, for the people who work hard it is really sad, hope they find new jobs fairly soon...Jump to post
I could see D-AEUD being transferred to WK, they have some older 320's in the fleet wiht two frames in the below MSN1000 range. Engine type is ok, and they have more 2nd hand frames. LH/OS/SN don't need them and LX is usually only taking new frames with plenty of NEO's on order.Jump to post
Interesting Saturday only service to Sylt: - 6 Jun 2020 ZRH 06.45 - GWT 08.30 LX2570 BCS3 HB-JCB - 6 Jun 2020 GWT09.20 - HAM 10.00 LX2570 BCS3 HB-JCB - 6 Jun 2020 HAM 10.50 - ZRH 12.10 LX2570 BCS3 HB-JCB Is this a standard LX routing ? https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/lx2570 Yes, it was o...Jump to post
Many flights will restart the coming weeks from Swiss. Most flights will firstly be operated with the A220-fleet with some exceptions. LHR is currently seeing widebody ops, the A320's will be deployed to meet demand. Any info to when the 2nd NEO will arrive in ZRH and if she needs retrofitting like ...Jump to post
Niki Lauda is turning in his grave seeing his name being put to shame but that devilcompany Ryanair. I honestly don’t understand people still work/fly or travel with this company. What a joke of a company! Must say though that their MX seems te be very good, they rarely have big issues wih their ope...Jump to post
Let me say one thing about this. Nobody with exact knowledge about this will put any information on this forum.
The stakes are too high to inform general public before governments / shareholders etc. let's face it : Aviation is in HUGE trouble, wait for the outcome. Nobody can predict it.
First A320Neo delivered to SWISS, currently enroute XFW-ZRH as LX7549. ( MSN9246 )Jump to post
Someone83 wrote:DALCE wrote:Any signs of the first 320NEO's for LX? Are they already seen outside?
Yes, but not with engines
https://www.flickr.com/photos/143531276 ... 400200196/
Any signs of the first 320NEO's for LX? Are they already seen outside?Jump to post
As from the summer timetable the A319's are gone from the LX timetable. HB-IPV will see regular ops for the last time today, and the 2 remaining frames soldier on until the end of March. I expect -IPV to be parted out after 24 years of service with SR & LX. As from March 15th the first A320NEO's...Jump to post
@LXA340 ; Usualy the louder the forummembers are, the fewer they really know. Some info simply is confidential and like many members I'm here for fun, not to put my job at risk ;) I know exactly what is going on with many topics within certain companies, but simply can't share all of it with the gen...Jump to post
How well would a A322 fit in the different factories with regard to framelength? Could imagine that both TLS & XFW were not built for that purpose.Jump to post
This topic is really about dropping opinions, both the MAX and the NEO have some arguments in favor of either one. My bet will be KL skipping the MAX generation completely and become early adaptor if not launch carrier for the new yet-to-be-announced next gen Boeing NB. Their current 737 fleet can e...Jump to post
I see a lot of comments with regard to parcel delivery which has been going up worldwide for some years now. If you look at global cargo hauling, which to me is something different than parcel hauling, it's a different story. Global cargo is also peaking in Q4, but the peak is far softer than previo...Jump to post
HB-JNK, the 11th 77W of LX, made it to ZRH this morning on direct delivery flight from PAE. Any ideas how they are going to use this extra capacity until the two new routes to IAD and KIX will be inaugrated in spring? Upgauging TLV mainly, which is already happening. Otherwise I can't share it with...Jump to post
My heart says it's a crime, but I know better than that. Still it's a sad sight to see these A380's being dismantled.Jump to post
Apparently a decision has been made in order to stay out of 'real trouble' ,something that can only be praised despite the operational challenges with such a big portion of a fleet being grounded for a short time. I wish all airlines would take the same attitude when it comes to flight safety. Well ...Jump to post