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flybar 23rd Jun 2019 15:09


Originally Posted by irishlad06 (Post 10501076)


if you look at the video you can clearly see that there is more than alcohol involved in this incident.

Plenty of posts about this on 'Rumours & News'

Another Disruptive Passenger


TSR2 25th Jun 2019 17:23

Yesterdays Manchester to Lanzarote flight diverted to FUE after go around. The return flight diverted to Alicante after passing Lisbon at 34,000 feet. Any theories or maybe crew hours.

sixchannel 25th Jun 2019 18:04


Originally Posted by TSR2 (Post 10502759)
Yesterdays Manchester to Lanzarote flight diverted to FUE after go around. The return flight diverted to Alicante after passing Lisbon at 34,000 feet. Any theories or maybe crew hours.

Whatever turns out to be the case, LS892 G-GDFC arrived back at MAN at 21.11.
(My money's on crew hours)

irishlad06 26th Jun 2019 11:49


Originally Posted by sixchannel (Post 10502786)
Whatever turns out to be the case, LS892 G-GDFC arrived back at MAN at 21.11.
(My money's on crew hours)

diverted to replace the crew with a standby crew from Alicante. The original crew had already done 3 sectors so wouldn’t have had the hours to continue to the UK. Not nice for the passengers but better than a 24hour delay.

TSR2 26th Jun 2019 18:14

Thanks Irishlad06

garry8g 27th Jun 2019 17:55

2nd hand B737-800 G-DRTO entered into revenue service today, on LS641, East Midlands to Alicante flight and return.

jubilee 2nd Jul 2019 11:51

Just had a flight with Jet 2, terrible experience. Only good point was it was on time.
Cabin staff went past our row without asking if we wanted any snacks or drinks, lots of recorded announcements, (Don't get that many on Ryan Air)
Children running up and down the aisle, Toilet had paper strewn over the floor.
The acoustics on this particular flight were terrible, you could here people talking many rows away, not something I have noticed on other airlines.
The screeching announcement after landing wishing everybody a happy holiday, made Ryan Airs fan fare sound delightful.

The return flight on Easy in comparison was a delight.

Jubilee

ssflyer 2nd Jul 2019 13:17

jubilee
Exactly the opposite on 2 flights BHX/GIR
Cabin staff managed two trolley passes in a 1h 55m flight
Charming and helpful staff,no running kids and toilets were immaculate.
Acoustics fine and the flight deck were, as usual, informative. I can forgive the taped announcements,it is a holiday airline after all, and at least we don't have the FR trumpet when it arrives on time. My two flights arrived early.
My shorthaul airline of choice...
SS
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sixchannel 2nd Jul 2019 14:43

Mine too.
What flight number and date?
why are you blaming the CC for the actions of the Pax?
The kids are the responsibility of the parents. And shouldnt the kids still be in school?
No trolley service? Have you no tongue to say "you missed me"?
The CC didnt throw the toilet paper on the floor - you, the Pax did.
Noisy aircraft? Nah, dont believe it.
Give me Jet2 announcement s any day compared to Ryanair. Now theyve cut down the use of that song, the Jet2 ones are no worse than any other loco.

Johnny [email protected] Pants 2nd Jul 2019 17:24

Jubilee - sounds very uncommon to me. I have travelled with Jet2 dozens of times, I have also travelled with easyJet, Norwegian and I’m ashamed to say that I used Valdermort Airlines once. There is a clear winner and that is definitely Jet2, followed closely by easyJet then Norwegian not far ahead of Valdermort Airlines.

jubilee 2nd Jul 2019 17:30

SS Flyer
It was a Man - Pmi flight will not give the flight No. or date don't want to have the staff getting into trouble.
Agree it is the parents who should keep their children in check, most were 3/4 years old., certainly one girl who was school age.
As for the toilet it did not look as though the cabin staff had checked it.
We did ask in the end for drinks and the guy who sat by the window had to ask for snacks.
Believe me the cabin was very noisy, the lady in charge of the cabin had the volume turn high on the system and it was a struggle
to hear what she was saying.
Don't know if it was just this particular aircraft, second hand 737-800, and we were sat in row 4.
On our return sat on row 3 with easy, just normal level of sound.

Leg room was sufficient as I am 6'3", design of the seat back on the seat in front meant my knees were not pressed
onto the seat back, so not all doom gloom.

Jubilee

Plane mad 134 5th Jul 2019 20:38

LS634 G-JZBH from Tenerife to East Midlands has squawked 7700 and is diverting into Lisbon, does anyone know why?

JonnyH 5th Jul 2019 20:59


Originally Posted by Plane mad 134 (Post 10510727)
LS634 G-JZBH from Tenerife to East Midlands has squawked 7700 and is diverting into Lisbon, does anyone know why?

Judging by their sudden loss of altitude, my guess would be something technical.

Flying Wild 6th Jul 2019 00:01

Medical divert

garry8g 10th Jul 2019 13:28

Anyone notice the smaller tail sun on G-DRTO ?

Is this a new style? Or not done correctly?

https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9366347

Previous tail sun:-

https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9314679

Plane.Silly 10th Jul 2019 14:36


Anyone notice the smaller tail sun on G-DRTO ?
You got a good eye there Garry, not many people would have spotted that one
My money would be on cost saving, as they would probably go to the same people to get their planes coloured and they' keep the same stencils

sixchannel 10th Jul 2019 14:37

Possibly just updating the company 'image'?
If that rising sun is a 'sticker' ;-) the new one might be easier and quicker, and so less expensive, to apply.
Anyone know if its paint or plastic?

garry8g 10th Jul 2019 14:56

Think I prefer the older style of rising sun, looks more professional!

It is smaller....the rising sun doesn't go as far up the tail! (That's how I noticed the difference)

Also, there is only 5 sun ray 'tails' above the door, where as on other aircraft, there is 6! Count them for yourself.

MKY661 10th Jul 2019 19:49

Sun is most likely decals as ones that have been delivered from Boeing did not have them applied in the US, they got them applied elsewhere

Flying Wild 10th Jul 2019 22:41

It's painted on. Boeing won't do it at the factory as it is too similar to Allegiant Air's tailfin.


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