Amsterdam wrote:Why no hamsters? Hamsters dont do anyone harm and are small. I dont understand why only dogs and cats and not also hamsters... strange rule
flybynight wrote:From a name perspective, I like Blue Alaska
Probably not, unless it's under a legal procedure. It's a hassle and GDS don't have years of flights readily available. I don't think airlines have departments dedicated to this request, also. You can always ask, of course, but to my experience, it's highly unlikely.Jump to post
Lotus (my dog) is actually 50% GSD and 50% Rottweiler. I once met a dog half rott, half husky. He was as big and mean looking as he was sweet and playful. Also my sister in law has a staffordshire bullterrier and, other than being a brute when playing and having a big ass jaw, is also pretty harmle...Jump to post
Regarding the fuel costs, is it too ridiculous to fill up the tank in other countries when they fly there?Jump to post
How much is O&D (which is what other airlines would benefit of) and how much is connections? (what my guess is DL mostly does)? if you are aiming for the former, it sounds ludicrous to need a takeover and specially a second airport like some folks have said on here!Jump to post
Had they put a sticker in them, A-net would be full of people ranting about how unaesthetic they look and that the airline should just disable the camera feature.Jump to post
I'd be more concerned if I was a woman with a generous cleavage.Jump to post
I could see more a double decker, twin engine 777 sized aircraft, perhaps.Jump to post
Well, at least at my company the rule is you need a doctor's note when off for three or more days -- less than that, you just call in sick. This varies by employer by mine only requires a note if you call out more than three days. Requiring a note to use a single day of sick time actually discourag...Jump to post
[quote="AtomicGarden" ] . Having said that, it seems the workers should get what they are asking for, [/quote] How can you say that without knowing what they are asking for? In any negotiation the union comes in asking for something outrageously big, and the company outrageously small.[/q...Jump to post
Cancel flights then. Don’t encourage a mechanic to come in to work sick by threatening them with termination. Would you want your pilot coming in sick? Doesn't seem to me that they are sick, but more of a political move by the union, no? So they should come in if they are sick and legitimately unfi...Jump to post
jetmatt777 wrote:Cancel flights then. Don’t encourage a mechanic to come in to work sick by threatening them with termination.
Would you want your pilot coming in sick?
How reliable are these aircraft? do you need to have some big balls to fly them? I know, anything with the proper maintenance is safe to fly...Jump to post
Their early 788s are probably overweight and ADD’s extreme altitude only make it worse. I wonder if there are any load sacrifices if flown in 788. If so, they should probably do it. 77L... it is indeed nice. They even keep the humane 3-3-3 configuration in it! Why not? It's really not that. Brazil ...Jump to post
Unless she did so with her uniform or she's open to her acquaintances about this side project, then screw BR, let people live their lives as they want. Also, I agree with those saying that watching hours of porn with (probably) horny males accusing a woman of being her on the screen, is harassment. ...Jump to post
wouldn't be a bad idea. How about Continental Airlines! No matter how hard they try, the United brand will always be associated with certain very negative elements of the recent past. It cant be helped. And thats not at all meant in a derogatory way, because they have made huge inroads into becomin...Jump to post
Another boarding abuse: in my company, while probably not strictly enforced, you cannot/shouldn't be able to ask for a wheelchair for a single flight, you gotta have it for the whole itinerary or fill a medical form. Many people took advantage of it when flying from the USA to pass thru security fas...Jump to post
Every governor believes their province is the "must go" for tourists, so I don't find this surprising. Mind you, MDZ is a very nice province, but also well connected by air travel. Maybe in a few yeras like DCAJET says, if the country's overall situation is better. There is potential for s...Jump to post
Hopefully they will! The 1990s globe does not feel United Airlines at all. It is odd they chose to call this airline United, but then use an image that represents CO. They should have just called this airline Continental then. United really needs to bring back some form of the tulip! It was much cl...Jump to post
This is one of the most insane things I've read in this website. So shockingly disgusting.Jump to post
I don't like cheatlines so I welcome this change, as long as it doesn't go LH way. That makes no sense, the LH is the exactly what you are looking for............Eurowhite. I beg your pardon? you can have a nice livery without cheatlines and that is not Eurowhite. They're not mutually exclusive. Et...Jump to post
I usually point out the mistake (just like I've been pointed out as a customer), but there was this time with my GF at a 7-11, it was early morning and we were going on a tour in Miami. Stopped by to get some snaks and water and after a block I realised the clerk had given me around 10 extra dollars...Jump to post
I have a friend working security at MUC. I think currently she said she is on about 9.50 Euro per hour, however I have noticed an advert for Security staff at MUC offering 20 Euro per hour AND something like a 5000 Euro bonus. When you consider that a Licensed Aircraft Engineer (EASA CAT B1) on the...Jump to post
Even though I prefer the A350 myself, I'd be very surprised if AR doesn't order the 787 in any of its versions. However, it might come down to a matter of availability. How soon can we get them? the decision has been delayed already, but I don't think we can wait more than 1.5 years (mid to late 202...Jump to post
MAD-CCS is actually 5 and CCS-MAD is 3 times weekly according to that schedule. Obviously wrong. Tells you something about the "tidyness" of this airline. Well, we all know flights return to CCS nearly empty anyway! but really, could it be that they, knowing this, schedule only one return...Jump to post
Can u explain me why there is only 1 flight from MÁD to CCS and 3 the other way around? MAD-CCS is actually 5 and CCS-MAD is 3 times weekly according to that schedule. Obviously wrong. Tells you something about the "tidyness" of this airline. Well, we all know flights return to CCS nearly...Jump to post
Duality wrote:mham001 wrote:
Curious, what would you call the state of that tire?
Somewhat low on air?
Out of balance?
In need of re-seating?
Financially they are doing much better than 3-4 years ago. It still needs state support but not at all as in years past. Over the past few months it has been affected by industrial action as a reaction to the airline market liberalization in Argentina, which unions fiercely oppose. Yeah, unions are...Jump to post
How is AR doing? I thought they had a rough time the last few years? Financially they are doing much better than 3-4 years ago. It still needs state support but not at all as in years past. Over the past few months it has been affected by industrial action as a reaction to the airline market libera...Jump to post
Very good, time for the communist USA and EU to do the same. Hope Argentina doesn't follow suit. Don't know if the limitation is good or bad, ... What!!!! You don't know if it's good or bad, but you then express a preference. That totally makes sense. What I said is that it'd create another battle ...Jump to post
DGVT wrote:Very good, time for the communist USA and EU to do the same.
If Russia wants to sell us something, it better be military hardware, not pax planes. Not a chance in hell. Is there after sales support any better with their military hardware? I've no idea, but can't get any worse than what we have currently. I think the only Russian military equipment used by Ar...Jump to post
If Russia wants to sell us something, it better be military hardware, not pax planes. Not a chance in hell.Jump to post
Interesting changes... - JFK: strange schedule change for this route. Much friendly with the O/D customer, but not with the connections to the interior of Argentina. Maybe demand to connect isn't that big. Why not? flight arrives in the morning, there should be plenty of flights to connect, even go...Jump to post
If the company refused to allow boarding to the large man (to be polite) then said man would be suing BA for discrimination. In my company, we advise pax about a certain waiste dimensions, and sometimes we had to check with the techs if the seat could stand his/her weight without breaking. Also, the...Jump to post
I can see somewhat full flights on the CCS-MAD leg, but the return? not so much. But well, as long as people pay the exorbitant amounts they are probably charging for their tickets...Jump to post
Only the 738 makes sense. What I don't believe it's gonna happen is a 1x1 replacement. That'd make a huge capacity boost which sadly the country is not capable of handling at the moment. Maybe we can wait to high season from DEC to FEB to see how the market behaves, but LF is slightly above 72% AFAI...Jump to post
dcajet wrote:An ex- AR one? Or other 747?
Now that we are talking about AR's 742s, correct me if I'm wrong, but I remember seeing a scrapped one lying on the same field where Top Gear used to make their car testing, ain't it?Jump to post
Amazing report. Makes me wanna travel - anywhere. Not in F/C or B/C unfortunatelyJump to post
AtomicGarden wrote:That's 100 million per plane. Isn't it a bit too much even for list prices? how expensive is the A321neo?
That's 100 million per plane. Isn't it a bit too much even for list prices? how expensive is the A321neo?Jump to post
I have a pretty good G indicator in my old iPhone I used during some serious prayer class turbulence once. It went from minus .5 to plus 1.9. I was glad I hung out on this site and knew it would take at least twice that to break the wings. It felt like a lot more. I read earlier that aircraft can t...Jump to post