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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Wed Mar 23, 2016 4:20 am

Quoting pdxswa (Reply 146):
Freshly painted Air Canada 789 Boeing 564 performing a second touch and go before heading back to CHS

Thanks again for yet another excellent shot! This is just an indication I need to spend a little more time at our Airport, I'm missing out.

Quoting BlatantEcho (Reply 149):
I saw it doing touch and goes on Saturday from the river. Had no idea why it was doing that, but it was pretty damn fun to watch!

I guess I'm missing all the fun out at PDX, I need to make a trip out there just for lunch real soon.
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Wed Mar 23, 2016 5:35 am

Quoting DC10LOVER (Reply 145):
SeaPort uses the Cessna Caravan & Cessna P210 out of PDT (Pendleton, Oregon)

SeaPort doesn't use a 210. That is either a FlightAware issue or how the flightis filed.
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Wed Mar 23, 2016 6:45 pm

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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Thu Mar 24, 2016 12:34 am

PDX February Airport Statistics have been posted.

...A 12.2 % increase in passenger levels in February 2016 vs February 2015. Note it is a leap year.

1,175,585 passengers passed through PDX in February 2016.

http://cdn.portofportland.com/pdfs/Feb2016webstats.pdf

Delta saw a 25% increase in passenger numbers!
Air Canada saw a 37% increase (Calgary-PDX went year round).
Alaska 6% increase.
Volaris 19% increase.
Frontier 57% increase.
Southwest 21% increase.
Spirit 97% increase.

We are on the way to another record breaking year. Surprised to see so much growth with Delta at PDX. This has been the trend for the past 5-years. How long until we see PDX-CDG anyone?

By the way, did Air Canada finally hire its own staff at PDX? Noticed the other day that their check in counter area had expanded (still to the left of UA) but the employees working had different attire than the UA staff.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Thu Mar 24, 2016 5:23 am

Quoting ANA787 (Reply 153):
...A 12.2 % increase in passenger levels in February 2016 vs February 2015. Note it is a leap year.

That is quite a jump, although with the increased flights PDX has enjoyed in the past year, by no means a huge surprise. I would bet that the numbers will be higher again next year at this time & once the construction & buildout of E will change the entire dynamic of the airport. I am thankful for this being my hometown airport, it's in my top five favorite airports.
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Thu Mar 24, 2016 2:33 pm

Service to Klamath Falls, Oregon is inching one step closer:

http://www.bizjournals.com/portland/...s-air-service-measure-cleared.html
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Thu Mar 24, 2016 3:36 pm

Quoting lhpdx (Reply 155):

Blocked. Can someone summarize?
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Thu Mar 24, 2016 3:48 pm

Here it is:



U.S. Rep. Greg Walden said Wednesday a key House committee has OK'd a measure that could help bring commercial air service back to Klamath Falls.
Walden, a Hood River Republican, said the Treating Small Airports with Fairness Act will go to a full House vote after earning unanimous approval from the House Homeland Security Committee.
Rep. Greg Walden said the measure would benefit Southern Oregon commercial flyers.

Walden is the measure's sponsor.
The carrier SkyWest left the Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport in June 2014. At the same time, the Transportation Security Administration stopped providing screening services at the airport.


The services are necessary because the city of Klamath Falls received a commitment from Alaska-based carrier PenAir last fall to return commercial service to the city. PenAir wants to provide daily flights to Portland.

“Today’s bipartisan vote in the Homeland Security Committee means our bill has been cleared for takeoff in the U.S. House," Walden said in a release. "While there is more work to be done, this is a very important step towards returning commercial air service to Klamath Falls.

"The people of Klamath County deserve safe, reliable air service. Since TSA won’t restore screening to Klamath Falls on its own--even when a commercial air carrier has expressed a desire to resume flights at the airport--Congress needs to pass a new law forcing them to do so."

The TSA Fairness Act would require the TSA to restore screening services to any airport that lost service after Jan. 1, 2013 and that has a guarantee from a commercial airline to resume service within one year, according to Walden's office.

Rep. Peter DeFazio, an Oregon Democrat whose district abuts Walden's, co-introduced the bill with his Beaver State colleague.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Thu Mar 24, 2016 4:41 pm

Quoting ANA787 (Reply 153):
By the way, did Air Canada finally hire its own staff at PDX?

ATS has the ATW and BTW contract.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Sun Mar 27, 2016 5:12 pm

AS PDX-FAT SEP 1.0>2 OCT 1.0>2 NOV 1.0>2 DEC 1.0>2
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Thu Mar 31, 2016 5:11 pm

Seaport now flying out of B3...................
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Thu Mar 31, 2016 5:37 pm

This has probably been noted before, but I noticed that today and tomorrow and beyond (??), Delta will have 4 heavies on the ramp at a time. DL483 from JFK is a 763, DL773 from ATL is a 763, plus the usual AMS A333 and NRT 763. It's nice to see!
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Thu Mar 31, 2016 5:52 pm

Also, Sun Country appears to be year-round now...no longer seasonal.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Thu Mar 31, 2016 10:17 pm

Quoting lhpdx (Reply 159):

AS PDX-FAT SEP 1.0>2 OCT 1.0>2 NOV 1.0>2 DEC 1.0>2

OO or QX?
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Fri Apr 01, 2016 5:31 am

Quoting doug_or (Reply 163):
OO or QX?

Both I believe...retaining a CR7 but the addition of a Q400.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Fri Apr 01, 2016 4:56 pm

For those perhaps not aware...the Oregon State University Women's Basketball team is competing in the NCAA "Final Four" tournament on Sunday April 3 in Indianapolis.

What was a bit more intriguing for me was the air carrier that was chartered for the team for the flight from EUG-IND. Looks like the team flew on an Eastern B737-800 on 03-31-2016. I'm wondering if that flight was perhaps the first "new" Eastern bird to operate into Oregon since they began operations in the last year or so?

Anyone have a chance to see the aircraft at EUG?

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/E...0/history/20160331/1900Z/KEUG/KIND
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Fri Apr 01, 2016 10:56 pm

Quoting bigfoot0503 (Reply 165):

Not 100% sure, but I think Bernie Sanders came in on an Eastern 737 when he spoke in Vancouver and Portland last weekend
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Sat Apr 02, 2016 5:11 am

Quoting flyoregon (Reply 162):
Also, Sun Country appears to be year-round now...no longer seasonal.

PDX website says seasonal until 03JAN. But 03JAN (actually 02JAN) is the latest you can book any SY flight right now. Are they going to continue PDX flights during the winter? Hope so!
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Sun Apr 03, 2016 5:02 pm

With the proximity of NAS Whidbey Island WA to PDX. Home of all Boeing EA-18G Growlers. They are frequent visitors. Here Thunder 11 starts up for a return to their home base.

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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Sun Apr 03, 2016 5:22 pm

With the potential merger between AS and VX I wonder how this will affect PDX operations in the long run...
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 04, 2016 2:25 am

Portland International Airport – supporting air services in a hotbed of environmental awareness

http://centreforaviation.com/analysi...-of-environmental-awareness-268398
Why endure the nightmare and congestion of LAX when BUR, LGB, ONT & SNA is so much easier to fly in and out of. Same with OAK & SJC when it comes to SFO.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 04, 2016 12:14 pm

With the merger official this morning, I do worry about impact on PDX.

We're just sort of the odd duck now that AS will have larger ops in sfo sjc and lax.
They've got e175s coming, and those are perfect for pdx. But.... I just have the feeling we get left behind for a year or two.

I did book the pdx-oma and pdx-mci flights on Alaska yesterday. Those secondary markets are so great to have options to now. Hope AS keeps the growth pedal down here.... But time will tell now.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 04, 2016 12:22 pm

I have a strange feeling PDX will be reduced to nothing more than a focus city once the dust settles......
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 04, 2016 12:56 pm

It's kinda funny, the Route Map they use on the merger page is old. It doesn't show:

PDX-MSP
PDX-OMA
PDX-MCI
PDX-ATL

on alaska. (maybe others I missed too....)

Kinda makes Portland look smaller/less important already (but I'm just being sensitive here)
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 04, 2016 4:10 pm

Quoting BlatantEcho (Reply 171):
But.... I just have the feeling we get left behind for a year or two.

You could be right, but it would be stupid of Alaska to do that. They have the largest market share out of PDX and a very loyal following in the Portland area and in Oregon. I think it would really hurt them. If anything, they'll make SJC a smaller player and maybe SAN...BIG maybe on that one in my opinion.

If in fact Alaska does decide to be completely stupid and leave PDX nothing more than a hokey little focus city, someone else will come in and pick up the slack. With the current growth seen at PDX, airlines would be dumb to let that opportunity slip away.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 04, 2016 5:34 pm

Quoting lhpdx (Reply 172):

I have a strange feeling PDX will be reduced to nothing more than a focus city once the dust settles......

Like the frequent Spokane - Seattle flights but for Portland?
Why endure the nightmare and congestion of LAX when BUR, LGB, ONT & SNA is so much easier to fly in and out of. Same with OAK & SJC when it comes to SFO.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 04, 2016 5:59 pm

Before we jump to conclusions, I'd be curious to see what the percentage of O&D is for AS at PDX. I don't see them walking away from opportunities here, or sacrificing flights in favor of building up LAX and SFO, which are arguably a heck of a lot more competitive. Let's just see how this plays out. If anything, with a build up of California based travelers (and California originating traffic), we might see more California-Oregon service.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 04, 2016 6:22 pm

Quoting BigGSFO (Reply 176):

Before we jump to conclusions, I'd be curious to see what the percentage of O&D is for AS at PDX. I don't see them walking away from opportunities here, or sacrificing flights in favor of building up LAX and SFO, which are arguably a heck of a lot more competitive. Let's just see how this plays out. If anything, with a build up of California based travelers (and California originating traffic), we might see more California-Oregon service.

I totally agree. Not sure if this is the right way of saying it, but LAX and SFO are pretty well saturated when it comes to domestic service options, but LAX has said they plan to build on the ops they have at LAX-- this might change things. If anything, I just see this merger as a larger route network and nothing really overshadows anything else. If Alaska were to downsize Portland, they would have already considering the proximity to Seattle. They've carved out a good business and market from PDX, so why would they give that up? That would be insane.

Not sure about O&D, but Alaska market share at PDX is 25.7% not including the 17.2% Horizon market share and whatever SkyWest's is out of PDX. They are the obvious leader in the market. Not sure why they would cannibalize that. Portland's a money maker. They'll play it smart out of SFO and LAX and I think SFO will become a large focus-city/hub while LAX will be a bigger focus city/hub like it is now. Like I mentioned already, SJC and SAN would be the ones to watch for ANY consolidation that MIGHT happen. But again, they have strong market presence in the major stations, and I don't think the merger with VX will affect that much if at all. It just increases the national footprint, gives them DAL if they choose to hang on to it, and DCA grants them a few more slots if they're allowed to hang on to them.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 04, 2016 8:35 pm

I'm greeting the AS/VX news with lots of questions similar to some of you folks in Oregon: what impact will this deal have for the current AS network?

Needless to say, I'm particularly concerned about their future ops at SAN. Not really having any clue as to what their plans were prior to last week - before this whole Virgin-thing came up - makes it even more of a head-scratcher as to what will happen now.

I will say that I can't really see any major changes coming at PDX; I think your great airport will remain a hub, no question. In fact, I'd bet it will remain the #2 hub for AAG, with continuing growth. IF SFO should remain a large op for the carrier, my guess is it might rank #3 or 4.

With all that AS has invested in Portland (the community as well as PDX) I can't think of any reason for them to change anything.

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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 04, 2016 8:46 pm

There's no reason to be nervous in PDX. Alaska is about to be the dominant west coast airline, with hubs in 4 of the 5 major markets on the Pacific coast (LAX SFO SEA PDX), and a large operation in the 5th (SAN).

I don't see any reason PDX would downscale in this scenario, especially as PDX is a very high demand market that is experiencing record growth.
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Tue Apr 05, 2016 3:55 am

Quoting jetmatt777 (Reply 179):

Absolutely. This did come as a major surprise, but no reason to think it could have adverse implications on PDX. It may actually be the antithesis of that thought, and additional aircraft/routes may allow them to expand where they could not before. Let the dust settle a little. AS isn't going to abandon the PDX hub. Too many loyal, local pax that they most likely don't want to cede to another carrier that would be happy to take them. We probably won't see any real changes anyway for a year or two.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Tue Apr 05, 2016 6:36 am

Dare SW enter the PDX-SFO market now? Being that SFO is the last major nonstop market unavailable in CA from PDX on SW, and one less carrier?

[Edited 2016-04-04 23:39:24]

[Edited 2016-04-04 23:39:59]

[Edited 2016-04-04 23:40:54]
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Tue Apr 05, 2016 6:36 pm

Bernie Sanders departing for BFI after spending an overnight here at PDX.

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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Fri Apr 08, 2016 7:42 pm

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
Terminal Balancing (PDXNext)
As previously reported, this project is intended to alleviate the current imbalance of
passengers being served on the south side of the PDX terminal, enhance operating
efficiencies and improve customer service by extending Concourse E approximately
210 feet. The imbalance has led to operational inefficiencies for the airlines and Port
operations and has impacted customer service.

The Port is currently pausing this project to consider changes that have occurred since
the design began and to make sure the project will continue to meet its intended goals
including balance and flexibility.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Fri Apr 08, 2016 10:05 pm

I guess the rumors we heard this week are true. Maybe they should keep AS over on the south side and move AA to D2, D4, D6, D8, D10 and B6 to D1 since VX will move over to the AS gates. That would let WN and AS operate out of all the 22 C gates.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Fri Apr 08, 2016 11:56 pm

I wonder what changes has occurred to make them want to place this project on the back burner all of a sudden?
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Sat Apr 09, 2016 3:43 am

Quoting lhpdx (Reply 185):

I thought the initial concept was very strange to begin with. It seemed like AS would actually have far less gates for the 737's, which didn't make sense. I get separating SW and AS for the amount of pax, but with DL dominating the D concourse, where in the hell was AS supposed to park their planes during the heavy bank hours? Add in the other airlines and seasonal Condor and Icelandair flights that occur around those heavy bank hours, and I am left scratching my head. Unless AS planned on using ground boarding for some 737 flights, but that can't be the case. I am assuming the port now wants an idea of the direction AS plans to take in PDX, and if it will be a base for 175 ops, and/or if they decide to spread out the Q's around their system.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Sat Apr 09, 2016 5:11 am

Quoting pdxav8r (Reply 186):

They shoot one RON 737 off the floor at SEA. But certainly not a lot of flights
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Sun Apr 10, 2016 2:43 am

Fly Crescent City has posted the new flight schedule fro K5's CEC-PDX, effective April 21st.

New Flight Schedule Starting Soon!
Flight Schedule – Beginning April 21, 2016
DEP CEC 6:30am ARR PDX 7:50am – Concourse B
DEP PDX 1:20pm ARR CEC 2:40pm
DEP CEC 3:05pm ARR PDX 4:25pm
DEP PDX 5:45pm ARR CEC 7:05pm

Here's to continuing their good service into the future.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Sun Apr 10, 2016 2:59 am

Quoting 910A (Reply 188):

PenAir is KS
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 11, 2016 5:16 am

Soon to be common here at PDX as 737's are !

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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 11, 2016 9:11 pm

Not 100% perfect but i used the port's arrival and departures data to make a spreadsheet of gate usage by flight at PDX

-Didn't include flight numbers that doubled (ex. DL 123 to SEA, DL 123 from SEA, both at Gate A99)
-There were a handful of WN flights that don't have a gate yet

http://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/...fgJWotO_LCUGa_4Gk/edit?usp=sharing

All data from today, Monday, April 11th

A1: 15
A2: 2
A3: 5
A4: 13
A5: 12
A6: 37
A7: 8
A8: 7
A9: 6
A10: 6
A11: 4
A12: 52

B1: 11
B2: 6
B3: 8

C1: 0
C2: 14
C3: 8
C4: 11
C5: 8
C6: 6
C7: 9
C8: 4
C9: 6
C10: 4
C11: 3
C12: 1
C13: 12
C14: 14
C15: 10
C16: 15
C17: 9
C18: 7
C19: 7
C20: 5
C21: 4
C22: 3
C23: 4
+8 WN

D1: 4
D2: 0
D3: 7
D4: 6
D5: 9
D6: 0
D7: 7
D8: 6
D9: 6
D10: 2
D11: 6
D12: 2
D13: 2
D14: 3
D15: 4

E1: 11
E2: 13
E3: 8
E4: 8
E5: 10
E6: 0
E7: 0

A total: 167
B total: 25
C total: 172
D total: 64
E total: 50

North: 364 (76.2%)
South: 114 (23.8%)

[Edited 2016-04-11 14:13:19]

[Edited 2016-04-11 14:14:21]
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 11, 2016 9:16 pm

Just heard back from the POP and it appears the project isn't being shelved just placed on hold. They're now considering several different design revisions from the original E-extension proposal....
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 11, 2016 9:31 pm

Quoting AS737MAX (Reply 191):
A total: 167
B total: 25
C total: 172
D total: 64
E total: 50

North: 364 (76.2%)
South: 114 (23.8%)

Am I missing something? Isn't C on the south side?
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 11, 2016 9:37 pm

When did AS stop using C1?
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 11, 2016 10:23 pm

Quoting doug_or (Reply 193):

Oh goodness, hold on
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 11, 2016 10:24 pm

They're replacing the fuel pit on C-1 right now. They will be doing the same thing to E-4 soon.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Mon Apr 11, 2016 10:28 pm

Quoting AS737MAX (Reply 191):
A1: 15
A2: 2
A3: 5
A4: 13
A5: 12
A6: 37
A7: 8
A8: 7
A9: 6
A10: 6
A11: 4
A12: 52

B1: 11
B2: 6
B3: 8

C1: 0
C2: 14
C3: 8
C4: 11
C5: 8
C6: 6
C7: 9
C8: 4
C9: 6
C10: 4
C11: 3
C12: 1
C13: 12
C14: 14
C15: 10
C16: 15
C17: 9
C18: 7
C19: 7
C20: 5
C21: 4
C22: 3
C23: 4
+8 WN

D1: 4
D2: 0
D3: 7
D4: 6
D5: 9
D6: 0
D7: 7
D8: 6
D9: 6
D10: 2
D11: 6
D12: 2
D13: 2
D14: 3
D15: 4

E1: 11
E2: 13
E3: 8
E4: 8
E5: 10
E6: 0
E7: 0

A total: 167
B total: 25
C total: 172
D total: 64
E total: 50

North: 114 (23.8%)
South: 364 (76.2%)


There we go. Skipped the brain apparently
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

Tue Apr 12, 2016 3:18 pm

The airline most in need of a real focus city/hub in the Northwest is AA not AS. I'd watch to see if in a year or two when AA begins to get its house in order after the merger the real move isn't AA mainline moving into PDX to be supported by Horizon and some AS and SkyWest under the AS banner.... But leaving Alaska itself to focus on SFO and its LAX and North/South efforts from PDX as well as what it can build with 175s. Meantime, I'd expect to see AA begin a huge move in from all of its hubs with a robust schedule. Of course, that depends on whether there are brains left inside AA, and I'm coming to question that.
 
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RE: Oregon Aviation Thread - Part 11

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