Maybe they will buy some more new planes (ha ha). My ears are still ringing from my May flight in the back of an MD88 (or 90). I guess your ears do that on A320s, too, might want to get that checked out (ha ha). The MD90s have the same engine as many A320s. The location of those engines is quite di...Jump to post
Heck, why hire women at all? They could become pregnant at any time! On second though, maybe the US carriers have it right with their "grandmother" flight attendants. (end sarcasm)Jump to post
zeke wrote:I believe it comes from the definition of citizen under 49 U.S.C. 40102.I would be interested to read about that law. Would you know where I could look it up ?
It IS bad PR for him but I don't believe he was consciously thumbing his nose at NJ taxpayers by doing this; he likely just didn't consider the ramnifications of closing the beaches under his legal authority and then use this one which he and his family are legally entitled to at the edge of this g...Jump to post
IMO, the international gate situation is moot if DL chooses to start CVG-LHR (still by far the most likely scenario). Cincy simply doesn't have the UK-US appeal that other smaller BA markets like MSY, AUS, and PHX have. Condor is a possibility, but again, where's the EU-US appeal in this market? Tr...Jump to post
In case you have absolutely no idea what I am still talking about and you cant find page 2 of your google results that finally gets to real research and not hit pieces - let me make it easy for you - http://www.american.edu/kogod/research/autoindex/index.cfm Well.. with cars pretty much getting a 1...Jump to post
German luxury cars are popular both among higher and lower classes. Granted, the lower classes are more likely to buy used. Do buyers check if they are made in USA or not ? What does buy American even mean? The two most "made in the USA cars" are the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord. https:/...Jump to post
Unless you live somewhere unbearably hot where you can't go without a/c for a couple of days, I would wait until it dies. Do your research now, so you know what you want to do when the time comes. If it is 25 years old, you could have been told it was near the end of its life 10 years ago, and yet, ...Jump to post
Ha! Just because you want it to be true? I'm sure the ratios are actually quite similar. If anything, "leftist liberal snowflakes" are the ones who go out of their way to buy local. Wait, maybe because Bubba is more likely to drive an F150 than a sedan, you may have a coincidental point. ...Jump to post
I was just thinking, I wonder if the reason that CVG hasn't had much luck with getting any new International carriers is because of the gate situation. The international gates at CVG are all in Concourse B and are Delta gates. I'm curious if this plays a factor as any international airline that com...Jump to post
KarlB737 wrote:Guys, the schedules are out through next February. What they are doing can been seen by all right now in plain sight. Jump to postTheGeordielad wrote:Have they got 66 aircraft coming in 3 months?
I expect this is when we will see some routes, frequencies and/or cities cut to assist in this transformation.
On the other hand, how does 67 new deliveries in a year stack up in history? 87 retirements also is the total for this year. This all per the press release about last year's results. A net reduction of 20 planes is a strong indication that the expected station closures will become reality by year e...Jump to post
I don't get it. What does the GOP see in this? Taking ownership of the country's health care system with this bill just to "repeal Obamacare" seems like cutting of one's nose to spite their face politically. They are just certain enough that they Voter ID lawed and garrymandered enough th...Jump to post
Realizing once again that they have nothing. The GOP has canceled the vote for healthcare this week. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/27/us/politics/republicans-struggle-to-marshal-votes-for-health-care-bill.html Think about this people: the GOP has control of the House, the Senate and the Presidenc...Jump to post
Alaska, JetBlue and WN, the three highest ranking airlines are all weak in flyover country. My wishful thinking is that they would cooperate to an extent in supporting one or more service oriented regional airlines and a service oriented car rental agency (one that eschews gotcha fees and other sim...Jump to post
4everRC wrote:I don't think FL every really did make it work. Jump to postThat was my question when I saw that. Has MKE been that bad for WN? FL seemed to make it work...
If you create a cursory list based off the destinations WN serves from both CMH and CLE, you get ATL, BWI, MDW, DEN, LAS, BNA, PHX, STL, MCO. Have fun, CVG! That looks about right, although I think ATL and BNA are less likely at CVG. I would say HOU and FLL are also future possibilities if WN is lo...Jump to post
The FA isn't gonna be able to tell if it is a Basic Economy ticket unless it is on the boarding pass, like Economy Plus, which is clearly a different/modified product and labelled as such from regular economy. You're grasping at straws. Are you really trying to argue these fares are a positive thin...Jump to post
UALFAson wrote:They are just trying to put a positive spin on what is a negative for customers. It's a fairly transparent PR move and nothing more. Jump to postI think the bigger question is what is UA trying to prove/accomplish by reporting this?
Spending $15B on two super hubs that no airline wants is dumb. If you're really about attracting new service, you can subsidize a bunch of routes you typically wouldn't get with $15B. My guess this is more about saying you're creating jobs and land deals for the "in crowd". I agree. One a...Jump to post
MIflyer12 wrote:Yep. In addition no UA or AA at MDW, UA at HOU, or AA at DAL. Jump to posttomaheath wrote:Would this make B6 interested in setting up shop?
Not competing with your own nearby hubs may be Hubs Basics #1. No UA at JFK. No UA at OAK. Ask US how much $ they lost when they simultaneously had hubs at PIT, PHL and BWI.
Here is a completely unfeasible and spectacularly bad plan for Ohio airports:
http://wksu.org/post/ohio-lawmaker-want ... s#stream/0
It is in the expectation of other Anetters: Once the 10 becomes available all new buys will be for 10 only. The 9 will have a short life, but total sales 9+10 will be higher then they would have been with just the 9. Flyglobal No. I expect the 8 to still be the most sold model (or do you mean no mo...Jump to post
jasdiaz wrote:It's not. I just that WN only has through January 7 for sale currently. Jump to post*WN FLL-PLS NOV 0>0.9 DEC 0>1.0 JAN 0>0.2
Interesting that their yet to be launched service is already dropping to twice weekly starting in January, especially since their ads have touted daily service.
mariner wrote:July 15th seems like an odd time to end a seasonal route. Jump to postenilria wrote:It was loaded and now it isn't. Also, quick drop timeframe. .
t's always been on Frontier's (very useful) list of seasonal routes.
https://www.flyfrontier.com/plan-and-bo ... nal-routes
I have tried to reason what the endgame for the Republicans of present is, and how that endgame is evidenced by the actions of the Congressional Republicans and the current administration. For the life of me, I can't figure out any rational explanation, save perhaps lower taxes and less regulation,...Jump to post
Kiwirob wrote:Not if you can stop or avoid the crash at 100 when you couldn't at 200. Jump to postA front on crash at 100kph is going to leave you just as dead as a front on crash at 200kph.
Why does everyone think DL is going to get a great deal? The backlogs of the 737 and A320 are huge. I am sure DL will get a good deal, but neither A nor B should be excessively discounting these planes. (1) DL is huge, it is the size order you want, because DL will order more. (2) Boeing and Airbus...Jump to post
Why does everyone think DL is going to get a great deal? The backlogs of the 737 and A320 are huge. I am sure DL will get a good deal, but neither A nor B should be excessively discounting these planes.Jump to post
Yeah, I don't want to hear Trump and Trump supporters complain about the media. The media is what helped make Trump into the president with outsized coverage of him during the Republican primaries.Jump to post
The Special Counsel will not just be looking at Trump, but those in his campaign and since he took office (like Flynn) for any connections of corruption by Russia. It will take about 60 days to get set up, probably 90 days or more before any real action won't be going until October, any meaningful ...Jump to post
According to the PDF linked in Bill's blog, three of the Saturday-only additions (LGA-SAT, CMH-HOU, and LGA-MSY) are "holidays only." https://www.southwestaircommunity.com/htcpi66732/attachments/htcpi66732/stories/46591/1/Nov2017base_NewAndDiscontinued.pdf What does the x23 mean in the bl...Jump to post
Uh, how about tickets to virtually any time-specific event on earth? I can't examine the seat in the baseball stadium before I show up for the game, nor the seat at the theater when I go see a concert or play. And, in almost all cases, I can't cancel said purchases and get refunds for that stuff, e...Jump to post
x1234 wrote:They can't do LAX-DCA. Are LAX-FLL/MCO really high yield? Jump to postWith this successful launch Southwest I feel has some things they can do to increase revenue next quarter:
Enter high yield trans-con markets: LAX-DCA; LAX-EWR; LAX-FLL; LAX-MCO
Enter Hawaii if possible...
$1-$2 billion seems kind of cheap for a new wing. I imagine the costs to be more on the scale of the 777X and include a stretch. Still a lot cheaper than a new plane though.Jump to post
Let's see how excited everyone is when the CBO releases it's report on it, and everyone actually has time to "read" what is in the bill. I still suspect the Senate will veto this bill. Nitpicking here, but the Senate doesn't veto a bill. It has to pass with 60 votes under the current rule...Jump to post
Would Boeing prevent airlines from ordering the 788? Boeing didn't implement any of -9/-10 performance improvements in -8, effectively making it less desirable. Well that and since they didn't implement those improvements it raises the cost to build -8 vs the -9/-10 (or you can look at it the other...Jump to post
I think by "variants" the OP meant lengths. Things like 777-200 vs 777-200ER or especially A330-300 Regional vs regular A330-300 is starting to split hairs. Might as well start breaking planes down by engine type and paper MTOWs too at that point. Then you would have so many 747 variants ...Jump to post
Lessors are not airlines! Sure. Now the real question is will he pay the additional costs demanded by a clean sheet approach? Just saying you're "more interested" isn't enough. Remember that Steven Udvar-Hazy, also named the Godfather of the aircraft leasing industry, was one of the drivi...Jump to post
i'm not following your logic, if the child was delayed for 9 hours. of course the voucher would be in their name. It's like a company paying for your ticket and you were delayed 9 hours. you would get the voucher not the company who paid for your ticket. Why? Why not provide the voucher to be used ...Jump to post
The announcement of FLL-SLC... are pretty clear responses to DL's recent BOS expansion announcements. How, may I ask? DL doesn't even fly FLL-SLC. MIA-SLC isn't daily for Delta presently, and is seasonally suspended mid-August to mid-December. AA doesn't fly SLC-MIA, either. I just don't see DL car...Jump to post