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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Wed May 27, 2015 8:35 pm

Quoting lhpdx (Reply 149):

Sitting at the end of the D concourse right now. Original flight plan shows it was supposed to fly AMS-RNO.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Wed May 27, 2015 9:44 pm

Quoting lhpdx (Reply 149):
ow!! Just saw Arkefly 767-300 land at PDX.........
Quoting PDX88 (Reply 150):
Sitting at the end of the D concourse right now. Original flight plan shows it was supposed to fly AMS-RNO.

Anyone know what it's doing here?
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Wed May 27, 2015 10:14 pm

Quoting Airnerd (Reply 151):

No idea, but it's out of the gate and currently taxiing to 28R.

The international concourse did look pretty with it sitting there next to Icelandair.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Wed May 27, 2015 10:37 pm

It's gumball 3000.

http://www.rgj.com/story/news/2015/0...all-rally-roll-reno-arch/27990501/

Cleared customs in PDX before continuing to RNO.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Wed May 27, 2015 11:56 pm

Quoting ANA787 (Reply 153):
Cleared customs in PDX before continuing to RNO.

Now that's the way to get around the inability of RNO FIS to clear a plane load of passengers, stop at PDX!
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu May 28, 2015 12:20 am

Quoting RWA380 (Reply 154):

Wonder if Thomas cook would run LGW-PDX(clear customs)-RNO-LGW to avoid this customs problem in RNO. It would give PDX and RNO passengers a first ever link to the UK.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu May 28, 2015 12:27 am

Quoting ANA787 (Reply 155):
Wonder if Thomas cook would run LGW-PDX(clear customs)-RNO-LGW to avoid this customs problem in RNO. It would give PDX and RNO passengers a first ever link to the UK.

Exactly what was done today, I was certainly thinking of Thomas Cook when I made my comment, maybe someone should run a note over to Thomas Cook. PDX the gateway to RNO, oh boy! 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu May 28, 2015 12:52 am

Quoting RWA380 (Reply 156):

Feel free to write them an email. I will as well.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu May 28, 2015 1:01 am

Quoting ANA787 (Reply 157):
Feel free to write them an email. I will as well.

Done, I'll try & find an appropriate email address, if you find one post it, we'll all get on board.
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu May 28, 2015 1:39 am

Quoting RWA380 (Reply 158):

Quoting ANA787 (Reply 157):
Feel free to write them an email. I will as well.

Done, I'll try & find an appropriate email address, if you find one post it, we'll all get on board.

Here we go...
https://www.thomascookgroup.com/locations/
email:
[email protected]
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu May 28, 2015 3:57 am

Dual Independent Parallel Operations with Offset:

This capability allows dual simultaneous operations with the use of an offset for runways spaced greater than approximately 3,000 feet, with the exact value for this boundary to be determined by FAA safety analysis. The
FAA commits to implementation in Q4 CY2016 at JFK, and in Q3 CY2017 at PDX, MSP, and Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW)..
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu May 28, 2015 6:21 am

Quoting ANA787 (Reply 159):
Here we go...
https://www.thomascookgroup.com/locations/
email:
[email protected]

Thank you, I have sent messages to both places ...
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu May 28, 2015 3:58 pm

Quoting tomcbaker (Reply 143):
It's a "golfer's flight" in late spring, summer, and early fall, but it's definitely not that in the winter, which is why the frequency changes. I fly this r/t every month for my second/side job and from November to April these flights are darn near empty, or at least, they have been the last few years, and that was on both an EMB-120 and a CR2. Undoubtedly, the bread and butter for this route is the summer golfers. However, I've never seen it full, even at the height of the golf season on an EMB-120, so I guess we've just had different experiences.

According to the USDOT's Bureau of Transportation Statistics, here are the aggregate load factor numbers as a proportion of available seat miles out of OTH (obviously this will include SeaPort figures as well, but the OTH-SFO route makes up the vast majority of monthly capacity and thus will be fairly reflective of the loads that route is seeing):

2014 1 52.67
2014 2 56.92
2014 3 63.49
2014 4 69.24
2014 5 66.37
2014 6 72.72
2014 7 62.83
2014 8 64.92
2014 9 75.63
2014 10 69.64
2014 11 63.74

That doesn't seem too bad. Will that turn a profit on a CRJ-200 when median fares are ~$230 RT? That seems to be better than break even most months out of the year given a CRJ-200's Operating Cost Average per block hour. But I'm no expert in these figures.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu May 28, 2015 5:26 pm

Quoting ANA787 (Reply 153):

It's gumball 3000.

http://www.rgj.com/story/news/2015/0...all-rally-roll-reno-arch/27990501/

Cleared customs in PDX before continuing to RNO.

Correct, it was to clear customs for the Gumball 3000. At the gate at PDX:



[Edited 2015-05-28 10:27:27]
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu May 28, 2015 5:43 pm

Quoting JRadier (Reply 163):

Was this at gate D12 or D14?
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu May 28, 2015 5:54 pm

Quoting ANA787 (Reply 164):
Was this at gate D12 or D14?

D14
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Sun May 31, 2015 4:13 pm

Penair flights are now available on Alaska's website........
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Mon Jun 01, 2015 11:51 pm

I know there is a separate thread, but thought it a good thing to document in the Oregon Journal. Not the newspaper obviously, the thread ...

Another connect the dot route from AS to PDX, this time from AUS & a left field add for EUG to SJC. Great adds for Oregon today from AS!
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Mon Jun 01, 2015 11:58 pm

I wonder where Alaska going to park all of those planes in 2017 once the switch is made from A,B,C to E..I highly doubt those EMB175 are going to use ground loading........
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 12:51 am

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/art...-e175-options-with-skywest-412954/

Interesting future development with PDX and those new Alaska Embraer-175!!! Stay tune..........
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 1:04 am

Quoting lhpdx (Reply 169):
Interesting future development with PDX and those new Alaska Embraer-175!!! Stay tune........

Pretty much mirrors what you said in the other thread, looks promising for PDX & thinner routes, the E-175 is a good match for AS at PDX.
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 1:11 am

“What it allows you to do is the longer thin markets,” says Tilden. “I think Portland will see a fair bit of the Embraer 175.” Stated by Brad Tilden.......

These are exciting times at PDX!!!...Since they're planning on replacing the crj-700's I wonder if Alaska is planning on utilizing more gates in C? Once the switch is made in 2017 with United, E and D will be completely full with a brand new extension...
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 1:12 am

I see PenAir has posted a job opening for a "Regional Station Manager NorthWest" based in PDX.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 1:14 am

Atlas Air 767-300 just landed on 28R
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 2:58 am

Quoting ridgid727 (Reply 172):
I see PenAir has posted a job opening for a "Regional Station Manager NorthWest" based in PDX.

I'm pondering applying for it. I'm only concerned about the long-term stability of the job as opposed to my current job where I never have to worry about relocation or downsizing.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 5:52 pm

Heres a poll the PBJ is conducting where you would like the next nonstop international destination from PDX to be:

Please vote:

http://www.bizjournals.com/portland/...ernational-destination-be/17351501

Looks like more than half want a nonstop to the UK.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 6:01 pm

I wish we could vote for two! I'd go for China and UK.......
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 7:22 pm

I wonder with the increase in Alaska's Emb-175 at PDX, if the new E extension has to be revised?
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 8:02 pm

http://www.orecolneca.org/pdf/PortofPDX-Apr15.pdf

Here's a power-point presentation from the POP giving a clearer picture of the Concourse E re-balancing extension and other port projects throughout the system......Looking good!
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 10:39 pm

Tomorrow is the last day of MD-80 service for AA out of PDX.

Last arrival: Flt 1355 Sked in at 1237
Last departure: Flt 1355 Sked out at 1338

Never thought I'd see the day...
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 10:43 pm

Quoting PDX88 (Reply 179):

Tomorrow is the last day of MD-80 service for AA out of PDX.

Last arrival: Flt 1355 Sked in at 1237
Last departure: Flt 1355 Sked out at 1338

Never thought I'd see the day...

This is such a sad day. MD-80s used to be so common at PDX. I know DL still flies the -90 in, but it's not the same.

I enjoyed my numerous flights out of PDX with the mad dog.  http://youtu.be/hLpMfQ58IFY
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 10:45 pm

I love the mad-dogs!! All were going to see now mostly are variations for 737MG....
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Tue Jun 02, 2015 11:45 pm

After looking at that POP pdf. I find it interesting they want to make new concourse exits on both ends of the terminal. It looks like the old CO counter in the north lobby and the current NK counter in the south lobby. I'm surprised they will be removing all those newer cute counters in the south lobby to make a new waiting area. I would think current flow works well for arriving passengers. They walk straight towards the escalators.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Wed Jun 03, 2015 12:09 am

Quoting HPRamper (Reply 174):
I'm pondering applying for it. I'm only concerned about the long-term stability of the job as opposed to my current job where I never have to worry about relocation or downsizing.

What ever you decide, the best of luck to you.

Quoting PDX88 (Reply 179):
Tomorrow is the last day of MD-80 service for AA out of PDX.

Last arrival: Flt 1355 Sked in at 1237
Last departure: Flt 1355 Sked out at 1338

Never thought I'd see the day...

Wow, I remember when AA started PDX service with 727-100's with a stop in SEA then to DFW. I remember flying the 727's then the M80's to EUG back in the 80's. I remember going out to the gate when AA flew their first M80 here & lots & lots of flights to DFW & ORD in Y & F, more in F because I had a good friend who worked the gates at PDX for AA.
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Wed Jun 03, 2015 5:55 am

Quoting RWA380 (Reply 183):

I was at the gate for AA's inaugural PDXDFW flight on their 727-100. I have a picture of the floral display in the shape of Texas using yellow and red roses! Remember their ticket counter (north end) between WA and CZ? The inaugural went nonstop to DFW continuing to BTR (I have a pic of the gate podium) on 11JUN81! You're right though, there were some flights that stopped in SEA because I went on one.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Wed Jun 03, 2015 9:06 am

Quoting pdx (Reply 184):
You're right though, there were some flights that stopped in SEA because I went on one.

I think this is one of those times that we are both right. Indeed AA had DFW-SEA-PDX-DFW type routings, like BN did & kept that model for a while, but then most all of the majors had SEA-PDX tag route at that time & I did a lot of flying back & forth to SEA from PDX in the early 80's, good times indeed.

Quoting pdx (Reply 184):
Remember their ticket counter (north end) between WA and CZ?

Yeah they were up that end for a while until the OC merger IIRC, then they took the spot OC occupied.
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu Jun 04, 2015 4:34 am

Thursday June 4, 2015 signals the start of DL 2/day B767-300 flights between PDX-ATL. The afternoon departure has been a 767 for a few weeks now. The 6:30AM departure DL1156 will now also utilize a 767...and an additional departure was added bringing DL PDX-ATL flights to 4/day.

Also June 4 marks the introduction of DL B717 aircraft on the PDX-LAX routes. (Mix of B717 & E175 aircraft...Detailed in a seperate thread)

For anyone interested the aircraft for DL1156 on June 4 came in the evening of June 3 as DL697 DTW-PDX:

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/D...7/history/20150604/0015Z/KDTW/KPDX
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu Jun 04, 2015 4:38 am

Saw the 763 in from DTW tonight and was super shocked.

2x daily to ATL is pretty massive capacity.
Is it for aircraft mx or just more seats to ATL?
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu Jun 04, 2015 6:36 pm

Just as impressive, is DL's 33 departures today, 24 being mainline, 4 heavies. Gotta say it is cool to see that. Takes me back to older days when UA and NW had a good amount of flights, each with a fair amount of heavies in the mix.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu Jun 04, 2015 7:20 pm

Looks like DL EMB-170's are now flying between SEA and PDX!!
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu Jun 04, 2015 7:46 pm

Quoting lhpdx (Reply 189):

Yes...for sure a nice upgrade from the CR7! I'm flying PDX-SEA-PDX in July on DL all on the E175, looking forward to it as that is one a/c I've yet to catch a ride on.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Thu Jun 04, 2015 7:59 pm

We flew DL PDX-LAX route back in February and I have no complaints....The cabin was spacious and I love having only two seat on each side to contend with......
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Fri Jun 05, 2015 4:11 am

I don't know if it's just me or they are required to be like that, but the immigration and customs employees at PDX today were not friendly at all. I came on the NRT-PDX flight and the people I interacted with at the immigration/customs area were not friendly at all.

But the good news, the flight today was almost completely full, only two unoccupied seats.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Fri Jun 05, 2015 5:05 am

Quoting pnwpdx (Reply 192):

DePortland... at least the flight was full
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Fri Jun 05, 2015 7:48 pm

Quoting pnwpdx (Reply 192):

That's rather unfortunate...as the interaction of CBP officers and the travelling pubic was a real issue a number of years ago. It's not the sort of reputation that PDX deserves nor one that is easily shaken. I would encourage you to provide feedback to either the Port of Portland or the local CBP field office.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Sat Jun 06, 2015 1:53 pm

Thursday night a 737 was parked at HIO. Anyone know why?
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Sat Jun 06, 2015 4:18 pm

Quoting twincommander (Reply 195):

Good question. Looks like it came in from Osaka, left yesterday to Rome, NY. US registered -700 N377CJ.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Sat Jun 06, 2015 4:36 pm

 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Sun Jun 07, 2015 7:08 pm

Hey guys,

Random post here. We had a Falcon Air charter flight come into Eugene this week and falcon turned in their operators certificate on Wednesday. The exchange of falcons certificate and the FAA took place while the MD-80 was here. So we have an ornamental Falcon MD-80 sitting on the heavy pads in EUG and its probably going to be there for a while. The whole flight crew already left and didn't take the airplane. They flew home on Allegiant.

-Andrew
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 7

Sun Jun 07, 2015 9:19 pm

Quoting gonnabapilot (Reply 198):

Wow...interesting! If I'm not mistaken Falcon has been tasked quite often to handle Allegiant flights. I recall reading a post somewhere that Allegiant had at times been unable to have their own metal available for certain flights and had contracted Falcon to do some of their flying.

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