You know, I just realized something rather sad the other day. It seems very much possible that by the time our new airport opens (Sangley/Bulacan/Clark/wherever), it's likely that most A380s will be gone from the skies.
This was one of the rare instances I was glad that PAL did not have the wherewithal to acquire a particular aircraft (was reported that LT fancied it)...and that NAIA was not ready for the type. I consider the two as blessings in disguise, for the A380
would have been a "white whale
" swallowing both their resources.
2x daily B777x.better connections.
According to this, there would be a third LAX frequency...also that PR's JFK
flights would operate out of Terminal 1
starting March 31.....
.....http://philippineairspace.blogspot.com/ ... nal-1.html
Maybe it'd be better if an A359
does the 3rd frequency so there won't be overcapacity on the route? This could be where the Philstar
link in #99 and #101 comes in. Might we discover during the PAS
that the 3x A359 and 1x A35K UFOs are actually PR
's top-up options
Can't confirm if this is true but could explain why QR will launch flights to DVO first rather then CEB.
EK is already flying its 77W to CEB so another ME3 carrier there may be too much. Can't we accept the blog's account that QR
didn't go by its commitment after taking 2 additional slots at MNL?