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New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Jan 01, 2019 11:52 pm

We haven't had this one in a while and NY only has the Upstate thread so thought I'd create this one for anyone interested in NYC area Aviation!
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Jan 02, 2019 2:07 am

Anyone have any ideas on what routes might be added to the big 3 (EWR, JFK, LGA) this year?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Jan 02, 2019 3:24 am

Nicknuzzii wrote:
Anyone have any ideas on what routes might be added to the big 3 (EWR, JFK, LGA) this year?


TK is trying to get into EWR, but can't get a gate at times it wants.

Other news right now: the LO Dreamliner groundings have resulted in a change of operator on LO26/7 to IG, using EI-GGR.

Also, with S19, all QR service shifts to the A35K (currently 1 daily A359 and 1 A35K each).

Between January 12 and February 14, JU500/1 will be operated by an EY A332 as the JU A332 goes into maintenance.

S19 sees the B78X for EWR going to these routes (EWR departure)
EWR-TLV (UA84/5) (from March 30)
EWR-FRA (from March 30)
EWR-BCN (from April 29)
EWR-CDG (UA56/7) (from April 29)
EWR-BRU (from May 22)
EWR-DUB (from May 22)

You also have the BCS1 operation for Delta starting the end of this month.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jan 03, 2019 3:08 pm

Is this going to include ISP, HPN, and SWF too?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jan 03, 2019 3:24 pm

JFK is off to a rough January domestically. B6 ends IAD and DAB, SY ends MSP. All next week.

I see DL added a JFK IAD flight for a total of 4 daily... but a large loss in this market overall.

Anyone know what happened to SY? Not much fanfare...they have served JFK for decades.

Anyone getting their slots?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jan 03, 2019 3:31 pm

jfklganyc wrote:
JFK is off to a rough January domestically. B6 ends IAD and DAB, SY ends MSP. All next week.

I see DL added a JFK IAD flight for a total of 4 daily... but a large loss in this market overall.

Anyone know what happened to SY? Not much fanfare...they have served JFK for decades.

Anyone getting their slots?


Welp JFK-DAB will be replaced with more limited LGA-DAB service come May. I didn't know SY was ending JFK-MSP though. Hope this doesn't downgauge any JFK-MSP flights, I fly that more often than I'd like.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jan 03, 2019 4:16 pm

Also expect major delays this summer in NYC due to runway construction.

JFK: One of the two primary landing runways, 13L/31R, will be shut down from April-November for conversion from asphalt to concrete and widening from 150 feet to 200 feet (45m to 60m), the last runway that has not undergone widening for the A380 at JFK. The impact will be felt the most when LGA's runway configuration forces JFK to run the 13 or 31 traffic pattern (takeoffs of 13R/landings on 13L or takeoffs on 31L/landings on 31R), since construction on 13L/31R will put JFK into a single-runway operation when using those two traffic patterns. Although JFK has 2 sets of parallel runways for 4 total, only 1 set of parallel runways are ever in use at a single time due to airspace constraints with LGA, 95% of time using one of the four following configurations: takeoffs of 13R/landings on 13L, takeoffs on 31L/landings on 31R, takeoffs on 4L/landings on 4R, takeoffs on 22R/landings on 22L. Occasionally during the evening departure rush you may see 3 runways in use, a 4 or 22 traffic pattern plus additional departures on a shortened 31L with the takeoff roll starting at the first taxiway to the west of the intersection of 13R/31L and 4L/22R.

EWR: The cross runway, 11/29, will be shut down for resurfacing thus summer. While this runway in and of itself should not significantly impact operations, expect shortened-length operations from the main runways 4L/22R and 4R/22L when resurfacing reaches the intersections (weight restrictions for the Asia-bound flights?).
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jan 03, 2019 4:23 pm

United857 wrote:
Also expect major delays this summer in NYC due to runway construction.

JFK: One of the two primary landing runways, 13L/31R, will be shut down from April-November for conversion from asphalt to concrete and widening from 150 feet to 200 feet (45m to 60m, the last runway that has not undergone widening for the A380 at JFK).

EWR: The cross runway, 11/29, will be shut down for resurfacing thus summer. While this runway in and of itself should not significantly impact operations, expect shortened -length operations from 4L/22R and 4R/22L when resurfacing reaches the intersections (weight restrictions for the Asia-bound flights?).


Guess I'll be beefing up my LGA flying this year. At least their airfield isn't in shambles right now.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jan 03, 2019 4:53 pm

When will the new terminals at LGA be completed?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jan 03, 2019 4:56 pm

blacksoviet wrote:
When will the new terminals at LGA be completed?


2022
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jan 03, 2019 5:03 pm

jfklganyc wrote:
JFK is off to a rough January domestically. B6 ends IAD and DAB, SY ends MSP. All next week.

I see DL added a JFK IAD flight for a total of 4 daily... but a large loss in this market overall.

Anyone know what happened to SY? Not much fanfare...they have served JFK for decades.

Anyone getting their slots?



I still see SY in the schedule, at least through March. As of the jetblue slots, IIRC, they will be adding additional service to other cities, with those slots.
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jan 03, 2019 5:06 pm

United857 wrote:
Also expect major delays this summer in NYC due to runway construction.

JFK: One of the two primary landing runways, 13L/31R, will be shut down from April-November for conversion from asphalt to concrete and widening from 150 feet to 200 feet (45m to 60m), the last runway that has not undergone widening for the A380 at JFK. The impact will be felt the most when LGA's runway configuration forces JFK to run the 13 or 31 traffic pattern (takeoffs of 13R/landings on 13L or takeoffs on 31L/landings on 31R), since construction on 13L/31R will put JFK into a single-runway operation when using those two traffic patterns. Although JFK has 2 sets of parallel runways for 4 total, only 1 set of parallel runways are ever in use at a single time due to airspace constraints with LGA, 95% of time using one of the four following configurations: takeoffs of 13R/landings on 13L, takeoffs on 31L/landings on 31R, takeoffs on 4L/landings on 4R, takeoffs on 22R/landings on 22L. Occasionally during the evening departure rush you may see 3 runways in use, a 4 or 22 traffic pattern plus additional departures on a shortened 31L with the takeoff roll starting at the first taxiway to the west of the intersection of 13R/31L and 4L/22R.

EWR: The cross runway, 11/29, will be shut down for resurfacing thus summer. While this runway in and of itself should not significantly impact operations, expect shortened-length operations from the main runways 4L/22R and 4R/22L when resurfacing reaches the intersections (weight restrictions for the Asia-bound flights?).


Why is this done during peak travel time? Is it simply because of weather concerns in the other parts of the year?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:26 pm

11/29 closing at EWR will mean daily Edcts.

It is a big deal. They regularly land on this runway along with 22L
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:58 pm

jbs2886 wrote:
United857 wrote:
Also expect major delays this summer in NYC due to runway construction.

JFK: One of the two primary landing runways, 13L/31R, will be shut down from April-November for conversion from asphalt to concrete and widening from 150 feet to 200 feet (45m to 60m), the last runway that has not undergone widening for the A380 at JFK. The impact will be felt the most when LGA's runway configuration forces JFK to run the 13 or 31 traffic pattern (takeoffs of 13R/landings on 13L or takeoffs on 31L/landings on 31R), since construction on 13L/31R will put JFK into a single-runway operation when using those two traffic patterns. Although JFK has 2 sets of parallel runways for 4 total, only 1 set of parallel runways are ever in use at a single time due to airspace constraints with LGA, 95% of time using one of the four following configurations: takeoffs of 13R/landings on 13L, takeoffs on 31L/landings on 31R, takeoffs on 4L/landings on 4R, takeoffs on 22R/landings on 22L. Occasionally during the evening departure rush you may see 3 runways in use, a 4 or 22 traffic pattern plus additional departures on a shortened 31L with the takeoff roll starting at the first taxiway to the west of the intersection of 13R/31L and 4L/22R.

EWR: The cross runway, 11/29, will be shut down for resurfacing thus summer. While this runway in and of itself should not significantly impact operations, expect shortened-length operations from the main runways 4L/22R and 4R/22L when resurfacing reaches the intersections (weight restrictions for the Asia-bound flights?).


Why is this done during peak travel time? Is it simply because of weather concerns in the other parts of the year?


In the northern states, runway construction cannot be done in the winter when the ground is frozen, thus the projects start in April after the ground thaws and ends in November before the ground freezes again.
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jan 04, 2019 3:46 am

Does anyone know if the SY cancellation on JFK - MSP is a temporary, seasonal change or is it permanent?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jan 04, 2019 4:08 am

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11/29 closing at EWR will mean daily Edcts.

It is a big deal. They regularly land on this runway along with 22L


Ha...aren’t there already daily EDCTs?
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jan 04, 2019 6:13 pm

I dont see JFK as bookable on the Sun Country website.

Anyone have more info on this?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jan 04, 2019 8:27 pm

SY resumes JFK on February 4th. They do this basically because during this period they can make more money with the aircraft flying to a sun destination, and there is low demand to NYC in January.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Jan 05, 2019 3:21 am

Any pictures of the new terminal construction at EWR out there? Can't seem to find any online.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jan 06, 2019 4:45 am

SFOformerFA wrote:
Does anyone know if the SY cancellation on JFK - MSP is a temporary, seasonal change or is it permanent?


They have always been a little late to add both BOS and JFK into their system when they extend their schedule. I spoke with someone at SY a few days ago and they are just finalizing some things with JFK before they add the flights to their booking system. They will be back later this spring.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:22 am

Which airlines operate out of the central terminal building at LGA?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jan 06, 2019 1:38 pm

blacksoviet wrote:
Which airlines operate out of the central terminal building at LGA?


Everyone other than DL, WS (uses a DL gate), B6, some AA, and possibly someone else.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jan 06, 2019 4:00 pm

tmu101 wrote:
Any pictures of the new terminal construction at EWR out there? Can't seem to find any online.


There's a live Earth cam (click top right corner) that show the progress, they're already framing out one of the concourses.

https://www.ewrredevelopment.com
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jan 06, 2019 5:35 pm

aemoreira1981 wrote:
blacksoviet wrote:
Which airlines operate out of the central terminal building at LGA?


Everyone other than DL, WS (uses a DL gate), B6, some AA, and possibly someone else.


I think AA is all in the Central Terminal now. They’re out of C as of last year.
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jan 06, 2019 5:45 pm

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You also have the BCS1 operation for Delta starting the end of this month.

What is BCS1?
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jan 06, 2019 5:58 pm

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aemoreira1981 wrote:


You also have the BCS1 operation for Delta starting the end of this month.

What is BCS1?

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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:58 pm

If DL, NK, and G4 make the move from Terminal B at EWR to the new terminal 1 upon it's opening. Do you think it would be possible for Terminal B to go completely international? Also, how long would the retrofitting for customs take?
 
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Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:41 am

STT757 wrote:
tmu101 wrote:
Any pictures of the new terminal construction at EWR out there? Can't seem to find any online.


There's a live Earth cam (click top right corner) that show the progress, they're already framing out one of the concourses.

https://www.ewrredevelopment.com


Thanks for that link - very cool to see the progress on the new terminal.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:45 am

Nicknuzzii wrote:
If DL, NK, and G4 make the move from Terminal B at EWR to the new terminal 1 upon it's opening. Do you think it would be possible for Terminal B to go completely international? Also, how long would the retrofitting for customs take?


I'd like to see United consolidate their A terminal flights into B so they are closer to their C operations. Leave the new terminal to all the other carriers.

On another note it seems that United could connect C-2 to their C-3 international arrivals facility. How long could that theoretically take and would it require a rework of the arrivals hall?
 
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Mon Jan 07, 2019 6:33 am

Which LGA Central Terminal concourse will be demolished last?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Jan 07, 2019 12:10 pm

tmu101 wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
If DL, NK, and G4 make the move from Terminal B at EWR to the new terminal 1 upon it's opening. Do you think it would be possible for Terminal B to go completely international? Also, how long would the retrofitting for customs take?


I'd like to see United consolidate their A terminal flights into B so they are closer to their C operations. Leave the new terminal to all the other carriers.

On another note it seems that United could connect C-2 to their C-3 international arrivals facility. How long could that theoretically take and would it require a rework of the arrivals hall?


The problem with connecting C2 to C3 is the lack of a dedicated arrivals floor in C2. As it stands currently, arrivals/departures use the same concourse since it is all domestic traffic. For C2 to handle international arrivals, an additional floor would need to be added (very expensive) and the gate areas modified to include escalators/elevators between the jetway and the current concourse for international arriving passengers.
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Jan 09, 2019 6:00 am

United857 wrote:
tmu101 wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
If DL, NK, and G4 make the move from Terminal B at EWR to the new terminal 1 upon it's opening. Do you think it would be possible for Terminal B to go completely international? Also, how long would the retrofitting for customs take?


I'd like to see United consolidate their A terminal flights into B so they are closer to their C operations. Leave the new terminal to all the other carriers.

On another note it seems that United could connect C-2 to their C-3 international arrivals facility. How long could that theoretically take and would it require a rework of the arrivals hall?


The problem with connecting C2 to C3 is the lack of a dedicated arrivals floor in C2. As it stands currently, arrivals/departures use the same concourse since it is all domestic traffic. For C2 to handle international arrivals, an additional floor would need to be added (very expensive) and the gate areas modified to include escalators/elevators between the jetway and the current concourse for international arriving passengers.


Yeah I figured it would be quite extensive. Would make for an impressive international arrivals facility for United however. Perhaps Star Alliance carriers could be consolidated into Terminal C (not that that is a huge deal as you have to reclear security anyway).
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Jan 12, 2019 9:34 pm

Can somebody please explain to me what is going on with TK and their entrance into EWR? From what I heard there tentative start date is August, 8th but they are having some issues?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jan 13, 2019 5:25 pm

blacksoviet wrote:
Which LGA Central Terminal concourse will be demolished last?


concourse D will be last one demolished that's where the old control tower was.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Feb 17, 2019 12:43 am

The 2018 numbers are in for the big 3 airports. All three had positive gains.

JFK- 61,909,148, up 3.9%

EWR- 46,065,175, up 6.6%

LGA- 30,094,74, up 1.8%

Again, EWR grew the most in 2018 compared to the other two. This and TK's situation at EWR had me thinking.

A.) Would it be possible for UA to take over the current terminal A once the new T1 is in place? Terminal A could be used as a regional terminal and have between 10-15 gates.

2.) If DL, G4, and NK move to T1 could DL's current terminal B concourse (B-1) be converted to accommodate international arrivals? This would allow more international flights into a constrained yet growing operation (up 9.7%) this year. This would also allow TK to enter the EWR market.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Feb 17, 2019 2:36 pm

2018 numbers for EWR have already been posted here viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1415671

Revenue and non-revenue numbers included bringing EWR 2018 total to nearly 47.4 MM.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Feb 17, 2019 2:39 pm

XL airways is moving their operation from JFK to EWR

https://centreforaviation.com/news/xl-a ... 019-879754
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Feb 25, 2019 7:23 pm

Winds today are definitely wrecking havoc at LGA/EWR despite clear blue skies (as of 2:20 PM Feb. 25)

EWR: KEWR 251851Z 28035G44KT 10SM SCT070 06/M12 A2986 RMK AO2 PK WND 28044/1851 SLP109 T00561122 (Winds 280 at 35 knots gusting 44)
LGA: KLGA 251851Z 28022G35KT 10SM SCT080 05/M12 A2984 RMK AO2 PK WND 29042/1757 SLP103 T00501117 (Winds 280 at 22 knots gusting 35)
JFK: KJFK 251851Z 27029G38KT 10SM SCT070 06/M11 A2985 RMK AO2 PK WND 29043/1841 SLP109 T00561111 (Winds 270 at 29 knots gusting 38)

JFK is fine running a normal operation of landings on 31R and takeoffs on 31L into the wind.
LGA is down to single runway ops with takeoffs and landings on 31 due to the crosswind component too high for runways 4/22.
EWR is running most of its departures and arrivals off the infrequently-used short 6726ft (2050m) runway 29 to avoid the crosswind on the two primary 4LR/22LR runways.
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Feb 25, 2019 7:28 pm

Yikes how bad are the delays at EWR?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Feb 25, 2019 7:48 pm

Nicknuzzii wrote:
Yikes how bad are the delays at EWR?


Basically running three and a half hour delays. EWR is using a straight Runway 29 operation, which messes things up a great deal.


EWR 1700 0459 ALL + CZY WEATHER / WIND 216 26 26 042

MESSAGE:
CTL ELEMENT: EWR
ELEMENT TYPE: APT
ADL TIME: 1511Z
DELAY ASSIGNMENT MODE: UDP
ARRIVALS ESTIMATED FOR: 25/1700Z - 26/0459Z
CUMULATIVE PROGRAM PERIOD: 25/1700Z - 26/0459Z
PROGRAM RATE: 26
FLT INCL: ALL CONTIGUOUS US DEP
DEP SCOPE: (ALL+CZY_AP) ZLA ZAU ZLC ZTL ZDC ZNY ZHU ZJX ZFW ZOB ZDV
ZOA ZSE ZBW ZMA ZKC ZME ZID ZAB ZMP
CANADIAN DEP ARPTS INCLUDED: CYHZ CYOW CYUL CYYZ CYTZ CYQB
DELAY ASSIGNMENT TABLE APPLIES TO: ZNY
MAXIMUM DELAY: 306
AVERAGE DELAY: 216
IMPACTING CONDITION: WEATHER / WIND
COMMENTS: LANDING AND DEPARTING RY29. LOW POP-UP.
EFFECTIVE TIME: 251512 - 260559
SIGNATURE: 19/02/25 15:13
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Feb 25, 2019 8:54 pm

leader1 wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
Yikes how bad are the delays at EWR?


Basically running three and a half hour delays. EWR is using a straight Runway 29 operation, which messes things up a great deal.


EWR 1700 0459 ALL + CZY WEATHER / WIND 216 26 26 042

MESSAGE:
CTL ELEMENT: EWR
ELEMENT TYPE: APT
ADL TIME: 1511Z
DELAY ASSIGNMENT MODE: UDP
ARRIVALS ESTIMATED FOR: 25/1700Z - 26/0459Z
CUMULATIVE PROGRAM PERIOD: 25/1700Z - 26/0459Z
PROGRAM RATE: 26
FLT INCL: ALL CONTIGUOUS US DEP
DEP SCOPE: (ALL+CZY_AP) ZLA ZAU ZLC ZTL ZDC ZNY ZHU ZJX ZFW ZOB ZDV
ZOA ZSE ZBW ZMA ZKC ZME ZID ZAB ZMP
CANADIAN DEP ARPTS INCLUDED: CYHZ CYOW CYUL CYYZ CYTZ CYQB
DELAY ASSIGNMENT TABLE APPLIES TO: ZNY
MAXIMUM DELAY: 306
AVERAGE DELAY: 216
IMPACTING CONDITION: WEATHER / WIND
COMMENTS: LANDING AND DEPARTING RY29. LOW POP-UP.
EFFECTIVE TIME: 251512 - 260559
SIGNATURE: 19/02/25 15:13

I do have to wonder why they aren't running departures on 22R at the moment (departures are usually less sensitive to crosswinds than arrivals). I just watched CA820 (EWR-PEK) and UA179 (EWR-HKG) depart on 22R and they began their takeoff rolls at the first taxiway intersection AFTER the intersection with runway 29 so it's not like this would interfere with operations on 29. It seems to me that this would allow EWR to land more aircraft on 29 than they are currently doing by not having to squeeze in a departure in between, and of course also handle more departures.
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Mon Feb 25, 2019 10:09 pm

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blacksoviet wrote:
Which airlines operate out of the central terminal building at LGA?


Everyone other than DL, WS (uses a DL gate), B6, some AA, and possibly someone else.


F9 and NK are out of the CTB as well. They share with Delta.
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Feb 26, 2019 1:32 am

leader1 wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
Yikes how bad are the delays at EWR?


Basically running three and a half hour delays. EWR is using a straight Runway 29 operation, which messes things up a great deal.


EWR 1700 0459 ALL + CZY WEATHER / WIND 216 26 26 042

MESSAGE:
CTL ELEMENT: EWR
ELEMENT TYPE: APT
ADL TIME: 1511Z
DELAY ASSIGNMENT MODE: UDP
ARRIVALS ESTIMATED FOR: 25/1700Z - 26/0459Z
CUMULATIVE PROGRAM PERIOD: 25/1700Z - 26/0459Z
PROGRAM RATE: 26
FLT INCL: ALL CONTIGUOUS US DEP
DEP SCOPE: (ALL+CZY_AP) ZLA ZAU ZLC ZTL ZDC ZNY ZHU ZJX ZFW ZOB ZDV
ZOA ZSE ZBW ZMA ZKC ZME ZID ZAB ZMP
CANADIAN DEP ARPTS INCLUDED: CYHZ CYOW CYUL CYYZ CYTZ CYQB
DELAY ASSIGNMENT TABLE APPLIES TO: ZNY
MAXIMUM DELAY: 306
AVERAGE DELAY: 216
IMPACTING CONDITION: WEATHER / WIND
COMMENTS: LANDING AND DEPARTING RY29. LOW POP-UP.
EFFECTIVE TIME: 251512 - 260559
SIGNATURE: 19/02/25 15:13

Can ultra-long haul flights (i.e., to TLV, DXB, India, and the Asia-Pacific rim) take off from 29?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Feb 26, 2019 1:56 am

22 would exceed xwind limits for most aircraft today with gusts to 42.

The limits of EWRs runway configuration are felt on a day like today
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Feb 26, 2019 3:17 am

aemoreira1981 wrote:
leader1 wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
Yikes how bad are the delays at EWR?


Basically running three and a half hour delays. EWR is using a straight Runway 29 operation, which messes things up a great deal.


EWR 1700 0459 ALL + CZY WEATHER / WIND 216 26 26 042

MESSAGE:
CTL ELEMENT: EWR
ELEMENT TYPE: APT
ADL TIME: 1511Z
DELAY ASSIGNMENT MODE: UDP
ARRIVALS ESTIMATED FOR: 25/1700Z - 26/0459Z
CUMULATIVE PROGRAM PERIOD: 25/1700Z - 26/0459Z
PROGRAM RATE: 26
FLT INCL: ALL CONTIGUOUS US DEP
DEP SCOPE: (ALL+CZY_AP) ZLA ZAU ZLC ZTL ZDC ZNY ZHU ZJX ZFW ZOB ZDV
ZOA ZSE ZBW ZMA ZKC ZME ZID ZAB ZMP
CANADIAN DEP ARPTS INCLUDED: CYHZ CYOW CYUL CYYZ CYTZ CYQB
DELAY ASSIGNMENT TABLE APPLIES TO: ZNY
MAXIMUM DELAY: 306
AVERAGE DELAY: 216
IMPACTING CONDITION: WEATHER / WIND
COMMENTS: LANDING AND DEPARTING RY29. LOW POP-UP.
EFFECTIVE TIME: 251512 - 260559
SIGNATURE: 19/02/25 15:13

Can ultra-long haul flights (i.e., to TLV, DXB, India, and the Asia-Pacific rim) take off from 29?


As I was monitoring FR24 today I noticed that most longer flights did not take off from 29. Although a few did. I forget which exactly
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Mar 31, 2019 4:33 pm

LGA was doing single runway ops yesterday on 22.
Anyone know if the JFK runway closure is proceeding on schedule?
Lmao the A220's engines (PW1500G) at low thrust levels sound like Chewbacca
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Aug 24, 2019 2:56 am

The lack of LGA-OKC and LGA-TUL nonstop service are two of the biggest holes out of LGA as OKC and TUL are two of the largest within-LGA perimeter markets that aren't served nonstop from LGA. AA or DL could add LGA-OKC and LGA-TUL nonstop service.

OKC is also located in the largest U.S. city proper and largest U.S. metropolitan area within the LGA perimeter that doesn't have any nonstop service to LGA.

Who is more likely to add LGA-OKC and LGA-TUL nonstop service, AA or DL?
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Oct 30, 2019 5:36 pm

WN will be pulling out of EWR on Saturday, with WN 3344 to MDW being the last WN flight out of EWR (which is scheduled to depart from EWR at 6:05 PM and scheduled to arrive at MDW at 7:30 PM).

There are also some WN changes out of LGA starting on April 14, 2020 that were made in today's schedule extension, including the following:
  • LGA-MDW increased to 8 daily nonstops from 6 daily nonstops
  • LGA-STL increased to 4 daily nonstops from 3 daily nonstops
  • LGA-MCI reduced to 1 daily nonstop from 2 daily nonstops
  • LGA-MKE nonstop service discontinued
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Nov 17, 2019 8:20 am

Good news, JFK 13L/31R reopened on time yesterday 11/16 after being shut since 4/1. Widened to 200ft and fully converted to concrete.
A319 A320 A321 A333 A343 A346 A388 B712 B733 B737 B738 B739 B744 B748 B752 B764 B772 B77L B77W B788 B789 CRJ2 E145 E75S E75L E190 MD88 MD90
AA AC B6 CA CX CZ DL EK FM HU JL KA LH LX MU NH NK TK UA US
 
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Re: New York City Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Nov 17, 2019 11:54 am

I cant believe WN is reducing LGA MCI again.

Always hard to non rev on those flights

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