Emirates flies (widebodies only in the fleet): 7 times weekly to Cairo nonstop. It flies A300-600R into Tripoli 3 times weekly via Malta on the outbound leg, being upgraded to A330-200 equipment. Starting March 31st, 3 times weekly nonstop to Casablanca in Morocco (A332). Effective April 8th, nonsto...Jump to post
Yes... it does sound like MP or KLM. I remember that KLM (during 1995, if I am not mistaken), had an MD-11 (or B767) flying the AMS-YYC-YVR-YYC-AMS beat. Is KLM/MP suspending flights to YVR? It's a pity if it is so... was thinking of flying DXB-AMS (on KLM) and continuing on to YVR on MP... with th...Jump to post
LTU already operates a number of A330-200s and A330-300s. I think that given the competition and attention that the fleets are given among the German holiday airlines, it might be a good idea for Condor to order the A330-200 (and a -300 or two?) as a replacement for the B767-300ERs. Lufthansa might...Jump to post
Ok, I may be biased, but I think that Emirates deserves that prize.
Furthermore, a lot of people have voted it so.
Plus, I believe that HH Sheikh Ahmed is doing a remarkable job.
Lionel: Don't misquote me, nor misunderstand me:- 1. I said "'small but rather strong European carrier'" and I put it in inverted commas as I wanted to mean 'relatively small' (you can go up the thread and reread that... and make sure you have your glasses on if you have a pair (just kiddin', ok?!)...Jump to post
My bet: swiss will join <b>one</b>world. The now-gone swissair had a lot of co-operation with <b>one</b>world members such as AA, QF, AY, IB, Aer Lingus and could be (I am not 100% sure) also with BA & CX, even during the heydays of the <i>Qualiflyer Group</i>. STAR will have a lot of explanations t...Jump to post