.Or PAE could be a total flop! AS management stated today that they increased their original plan of eight flights a day to thirteen as they're very bullish on PAE being a success. They also stated they are prepared to go mainline if and when loads warrant it. Everyone knows this will be so success...Jump to post
DarthLobster wrote:quickmover wrote:Whatever happened to all of the old Reno Air service? Did.AA go back to just flying to the hubs?
Just like every other merger AA has been a part of, after they digested the remnants of the carcass it all went towards the existing bulk of the airline.
You can get airfare / travel alerts on websites.Jump to post
Is AS allowed to split 1 gate into 2 E175 ground loading positions? They should allow 2 or 3 aircraft per gate. You will have to walk a little ways though. But to be as efficient as possible, they need to go all the way and use Boeing aircraft. Wouldn't the smaller E175 actually cost Alaska Airline...Jump to post
BestWestern wrote:Kodak has stared selling mining devices - they do all the work, and take half the return.
8 cities - 13 daily flights
https://mobile.twitter.com/AlaskaAir/st ... 25/photo/1
DL GEG-MSP SEP 3>1.8
I wonder why the cut in flights?
American Airlines officials should take a drug test.Jump to post
A small town in Washington, Wenatchee, is seeing a Bitcoin mining boom due to low power prices and cooler temperatures.
https://bitcoinist.com/bitcoin-mining-b ... ton-state/
This is going to be very interesting to watch.
I will just say it. Poor Alaska.... Barely squeezing a profit. Maybe setup some soup kitchens? I am heading off to their corporate office to donate some firewood, and maybe a few packs of Top Ramen. Meantime, I keep seeing their planes taking off, and they look like pretty full planes. The Seattle ...Jump to post
Hitting front doors Sunday morning, the Seattle Times has a very unflattering front page story on the unraveling at Alaska Air Group. Some of this is not new; other stuff like pilots holding their planes at the busy C/D/NS holding ramp at SEA to slow down the operation is. . I can assure you that n...Jump to post
For some of these E175 routes, you would think they would use an A319 / 737 - 700 instead. Maybe this will happen later when the market grows.Jump to post
Ok, thank you for the info. The competition is going to be fun to watch.Jump to post
Austin (begins April 25, 2018), Baltimore (begins April 25, 2018), Boston (begins April 25, 2018), Cancún (begins April 25, 2018), Chicago–O'Hare (begins April 25, 2018), Dallas–Love (begins April 25, 2018), Denver (begins April 25, 2018), Fort Lauderdale (begins April 25, 2018)...Jump to post
Supposedly Wenatchee Washington - San Francisco starts Summer 2018 probably with United Express / Skywest. I don't see how this will work out especially if the schedule is terrible. Afternoon flight, forget it. I bet they will be using a 50 passenger crj200. As much as I’d like to see this happen, ...Jump to post
All to be reactivated by 2Q 2018. Most are stored at Mathis Field in "Near-Flying" condition on month to month lease of ramp space.
Do they have pilots to fly those aircraft? AA must see growth opportunity with the strong economy and this is a quick way to add to their fleet. That’s a lot of jets to add back, granted small RJs, but I’m curious where they’ll send them. They will probably use them to serve smaller cities / smalle...Jump to post
A lot of big companies are rewarding employees $1,000 including Bank of America.Jump to post
Southwest should simply convert all orders to the Boeing Max8. Serious.Jump to post
Supposedly Wenatchee Washington - San Francisco starts Summer 2018 probably with United Express / Skywest. I don't see how this will work out especially if the schedule is terrible. Afternoon flight, forget it. I bet they will be using a 50 passenger crj200.Jump to post
UA SFO-STL APR 1.9>1.2 MAY 1.9>1.0 This one I find interesting. Not sure the last time STL-SFO was only once daily on United. It does happen to overlap when WN starts STL-SJC though. Also, it is mainline SFO->STL but RJ on the return. There are no mainline UA flight from STL to anywhere over the sa...Jump to post
With San Jose International Airport close to the heart of Silicon Valley, it's amazing how much growth they will have in 2018. San Jose International Airport will need to grow faster than demand in the very near future.Jump to post
AA out of ORD: cuts or larger aircraft this coming Spring?Jump to post
Does anyone know if the E175 is capable of flying out of JAC? Seems like a hole in the AS/QX network, historically probably due to equipment decisions. AA/DL/UA/F9 all primarily fly the CR7 and A319 into Jackson Hole. With the E175 and A319 coming on line, AAG could possibly enter this lucrative ma...Jump to post
Maybe Alaska Airlines really doesn't want to deal with Horizon Air anymore and wants all the flying done by SkyWest.Jump to post
Like airlines, airports do not like competition. What about Nashville, Tennessee to compete with Atlanta? Is the Nashville Airport growing / expanding.Jump to post
And I would love to see an increase for the other 4 airports and especially would love to see LAX drop down to 50 million passengers a year if not 40 million. Someone invited me down to Hollywood. I did not fly to LAX but BUR. No way did my friend want me to fly into LAX. It was awesome boarding the...Jump to post
I saw a video of the traffic going to LAX. Can't believe people are that crazy to put up with all the traffic and congestion. So unreal.Jump to post
When Flying Domestic, Avoid LAX And Fly From BUR, LGB, ONT & SNA Instead. As people avoid LAX, there will be more air service, more competition and lower fares at the other airports.Jump to post
People need to learn LAX isn't the only airport to fly from.Jump to post
Ontario, Airport is your best bet.Jump to post
For Pasco / Tri - Cities Airport: This year, Pasco is on track to exceed 400,000 boardings, breaking the 2016 record of about 376,000. http://www.tri-cityherald.com/news/local/article189683794.html This is really great to hear. When I went to school in Walla Walla 12+ years ago, you could only get ...Jump to post
For Pasco / Tri - Cities Airport:
This year, Pasco is on track to exceed 400,000 boardings, breaking the 2016 record of about 376,000.
http://www.tri-cityherald.com/news/loca ... 83794.html
KarelXWB wrote:According to the article, the P&W powerplant has been selected. I suppose DL will share maintenance with the CSeries order?
I think the skiers and snowboarders around here are more localized...typically traveling to regional ski resorts. Three of the ski resorts are within an hour or two from Seattle. Also, we have ski resorts closer than Colorado...like Whistler, Mt. Bachelor, Bozeman, Boise, Sun Valley and even Salt L...Jump to post
In Asia, most very busy routes are flown by wide-bodies. Take for example HKG - TPE, it isn't flown every 30 mins by a 738 or A320, but every 2 - 3 hrs by CX, BR & CI mostly by wide-bodied planes. So why if this works in Asia doesn't it work elsewhere ? Surely it helps with traffic flows, slot ...Jump to post