SCQ83 wrote:Royal Air Maroc is interesting, because both its shortest and longest route are intercontinental flights
Shortest TNG-GIB: 69 km
Longest CMN-GRU: 7,518 km
Have to say, I welcome A-Net’s policy of deleting rumors that can’t be verified. I help moderate one of the largest U.K. soccer forums and that site has the opposite policy. Rumors are welcomed (it drives traffic and ad revenue). I totally understand why the soccer forum acts the way it does, but it...Jump to post
Many, many moons have passed, I once took a BA morning flight from JFK into LHR. Worst case of jet lag I've ever had. Left at a great hour, easy flight, landed in London I swear in the middle of the night, wide awake - probably around 10 or 11PM locally, couldn't sleep, wound up having to wake up a...Jump to post
VERY quiet year for me: Total Airports: 5 Total Flights: 10 Total NM: 10,338 Furthest North: LGA Furthest South: FLL Furthest East: LGA Furthest West: SLC New Countries: 0 New Airports: 1 (MCI) New Airlines: 0 New Types: 1 (ER-175) Shortest Flight: 339 nm (DEN-SLC) Longest Flight: 1,481 nm (DEN-FLL)...Jump to post
Not just National.
USA3000 also appears on the Hertz website (drop down when informing a Hertz airport location of your flight #).
I would only ask if they are seeking money from EY, why not other investors as they all had a say in the operations? Well there’s specific mention of allegations that EY failed to meet commitments made in an April 2017 letter. The other investors either didn’t make similar commitments, or if they d...Jump to post
So will LH now withdraw from DEN-FRA?
Or is there capacity for both *A members to operate this route?
EGE is served by all three mainlines.
Whether EGE is seen as serving Eagle, CO (pop 6,000) or Vail, CO (pop 5,000) it has to be a contender.
Missing: H Q U W X Z AMS; ATL; ATH; AEP; AGP BOM; BWI; BCN; BIO; BOS; BUD; BOG CDG; CTG; CVG; CAY; CGH DEN; DTW; DBV EZE FLL; FCO; FRA GRO; GRU; GIB; GIG H IAD; IAH; IST; IGR; IGU JFK KRK LHR; LGW; LAS; LAX; LGA; LTN MAN; MIA; MCI; MCO; MEM; MSP; MAD; MDE NAP OAK; ORD; ORY PHL; PHX; PLU; POS; PWM; P...Jump to post
Booked January DEN-HOU WN 737-8 HOU-DEN WN 737-7 DEN-JAX UA 737-8 February JAX-DEN UA 737-8 March DEN-DTW DL 737-9 DTW-LHR DL 330-2 April LHR-DEN UA 787-8 Planned June DEN-DFW - probably AA DFW-DEN - probably AA July DEN-ORD - probably UA ORD-DEN - probably UA September DEN-CMH - probably UA CMH-DE...Jump to post
In 2006, Polish immigration at Krakow had no issues allowing me in to the country with my 9 year old, well worn (water damaged) UK passport.
But when I tried to leave Poland, the immigration officer didn’t like my passport and initially refused to allow me to exit the country!
Just had an email from United with a statement that boarding at *some* DEN gates is changing. After the priority groups, they’ll board window seats first, then middle seats, then aisle seats. They claim this will ease congestion. We’ll see. I’m flying tomorrow, but have no idea whether my gate will ...Jump to post
So the other day I was looking at UA flights from Denver to Oakland. I was really surprised that they didn't fly it and haven't since 2012. I got me thinking what are some other routes that are truly surprising that a carrier doesn't fly. (and I don't mean DTW to the moon) but ones that just you ac...Jump to post
Isn't the population a bit small to justify a hub At PDX Well, it's a lot bigger than Atlanta, and ATL is one of the biggest hubs in the world. It's also roughly the same size as Detroit and Memphis, both of which are also major hubs for different airlines. You don't need a lot of O/D to make a hub...Jump to post
gunnerman wrote:You could do:
Must admit, I thought the enhanced screening and associated questioning applied to passengers flying on all airlines that fly to the USA. Not just U.S. carriers.
Can you share the original DHS press release (or other guidance) that relates to the policy you have raised?
Just thinking ahead to your citizenship/naturalization application (you indicate you intend to go down that route). When you apply you’ll be asked to record the dates and destinations of EVERY trip you’ve taken outside the U.S. So keep records! I applied for Citizenship in 2005. The requirement at ...Jump to post
Just thinking ahead to your citizenship/naturalization application (you indicate you intend to go down that route). When you apply you’ll be asked to record the dates and destinations of EVERY trip you’ve taken outside the U.S. So keep records!Jump to post
I hate the fact that on westbound (daytime) Trans-Atlantic flights, passengers are ordered (and it often is an “order”) by FA to close window blinds. The last thing I want to do is sleep for the majority of a daytime London to Denver flight, and then arrive in Colorado during the evening wide awake....Jump to post
Seems to be operated by 787-9 equipment. Possible side effect of the ongoing RR engine issues. Reminds me of how upset the BA crews are that the 747 is being retired. When asked why a crew member would love the oldest widebody in the fleet, the answer was, "Everything just works". It didn...Jump to post
leghorn wrote:Ahem. £26 sterling tax on a return ticket.
DalRiada wrote:Someone posted a few months ago about their friends who travelled from Belfast to Istanbul then backtracked to Havana.
My real answer would be "any of them", but if I had to narrow it down I think I would pick an early 707 or DC-8 with the original turbojets as opposed to the turbofans that were used later. Runners up would be the Concorde, Comet (If, as someone else mentioned, I could be guaranteed a saf...Jump to post
A few miles further north on I-25, Cheyenne is also currently without commercial service.Jump to post
Fort Collins/Loveland suffers from proximity to Denver but the airport serves a growing, affluent, population and large universities (CSU and UNC) And could support some commercial flights again.Jump to post
Leicester UK has no airport. Population over 500K. EMA is less than 20 miles away, and most of that is motorway. I know EMA's closer to Notts and Derby than it is to Leicester, but that's not too bad of a distance. It's as close or closer than many airports are to the cities they allegedly do serve...Jump to post
FlightDT wrote:Wednesdayite wrote:FlightDT wrote:
BA423 | G-EUPJ | A319
BA185 | G-RAES | 777-200ER
AA100 | N766AN | 777-200ER
BA430 (AA6502) | G-EUPU | A319
What site did you use to find the details of the London - Amsterdam flights (BA423 and BA430)?
That site mentioned has no European airports as far as I can see ? I have a lot of flights I am still missing but maybe the nice ones are some you guys can help me with ? Looking for flight type and license number 31 aug 2002 , 10:25, NorthWest 61, Amsterdam - JFK, B747 , 04 sept 2002 , 06:00, NW 0...Jump to post
I've done 4 different time zones in one day! DEN-LAX on Frontier Airlines LAX-ORD on Virgin America (new airline logged) ORD-YYZ on United Airlines This was done to set up flights on the following day: YYZ-JFK on TAM Brazil Airlines (new airline logged) JFK-DEN on jetBlue Airways (new airline logge...Jump to post
Echo the above 2 comments about DEN.
Enjoy your trip!
Buenos Aires - AEP & EZE
Orlando - MCO & SFB
If anyone wants to fly 5th freedom between Denver and Manchester (Turkish connecting into United’s network here in Denver would work nicely), I would be delighted. No U.S. or British carrier shows interest in the route. Not least because without a direct option, I And many others just fly to Heathro...Jump to post
afterburner wrote:Chemist wrote:LAX is closer to LAS than SFO.
A fun side item - the straight-line path from LAX to SEA goes directly over Reno, NV.
Do you realize that Reno is more western than Los Angeles?