I agree with Clrd2go...Manchester, <acronym title="All-Nippon Airways (Japan)">NH</acronym> is a beautiful airport, nice setting, nice terminal. Much easier to negotiate than Logan. Also, Hanscom Field in my hometown of Bedford, Mass....though I've never flown out of it, I go there now and then to w...Jump to post
From <acronym title="Trans Asia Airways (Taiwan)">GE</acronym> and Boeing's respective websites: Max diameter of <acronym title="Trans Asia Airways (Taiwan)">GE</acronym>-90-94B: 134 inches (11 ft. 2 in.) Interior cabin width of 737-800: 11 ft. 7 in. I believe the <acronym title="Precision Air Servi...Jump to post
"It's far too often that all the public wants to do is complain about someone. It's far too rare that the public takes the time to recognize good employees in this industry. If you felt that the crew was "superb," you should let <acronym title="British Airways">BA</acronym> know." Absolutely. Well s...Jump to post
Landing in Boston on 22L, if you're on the right side of the airplane. Approaching <acronym title="Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX), USA - California">LAX</acronym> from the east, also on the right side you get the contrast of the huge mountains with the huge city. It's beautiful if it's a c...Jump to post
I've flown America West back and forth from coast to coast a few times, and never had a problem with them, though it gets a little old flying through Phoenix. Flights were reasonably comfortable and priced well. I would choose them over Southwest just because I can choose my seat in advance.
Landings being my favorite part of any airplane flight, it's always interesting to watch the flaps being deployed. Especially seeing when they're deployed to what setting at what altitude and such on approach. Like Klm-md11 said, it is a bit nerve wracking to think that the pilot may forget to deplo...Jump to post