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18th Jun 2019, 15:15
Replies: 261
Views: 115,890
Posted By akerosid

I hate the word "game changer" because it's so...

I hate the word "game changer" because it's so hackneyed and over-used now, but the A321XLR is a very interesting aircraft; have a look at the range ring from DUB:

Great Circle Mapper...
9th Mar 2019, 11:56
Replies: 43
Views: 30,244
Posted By akerosid

I saw it on takeoff from Dublin this morning;...

I saw it on takeoff from Dublin this morning; beautiful machine!

https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9247911

Sad to hear they're only doing two 744s - is this true?
5th Feb 2019, 14:12
Replies: 62
Views: 59,899
Posted By akerosid

Sad to see another fine airline fail. Germania...

Sad to see another fine airline fail. Germania was a regular operator to Jersey and in addition to operating JER-FNC flights for the high number of Jersey residents of Portuguese descent, they were...
29th Nov 2018, 09:50
Replies: 8
Views: 11,136
Posted By akerosid

Icelandair pulls out

Things getting worse for Wow today; Icelandair has pulled out of its planned acquisition.

This can only damage the airline's prospects further, as creditors, investors and potential (and indeed,...
1st Nov 2018, 18:26
Replies: 440
Views: 220,736
Posted By akerosid

Pity to see them end that route, but when you've...

Pity to see them end that route, but when you've got to go, you've got Togo.

Good that they'll be sticking with DUB and having a one stop via MAD; I think that there is considerable potential for...
24th Oct 2018, 12:13
Replies: 19
Views: 3,506
Posted By akerosid

Stars and bars

I seem to recall that in the mid 1990s (possibly later, but when they still had 742s and 743s), AI had a lengthy FE's dispute because they wanted to have three bars rather than two. Ran on for quite...
12th Oct 2018, 16:17
Replies: 440
Views: 220,736
Posted By akerosid

No more strings to pull ...

Sadly, it appears that Cello Aviation has ceased trading today.

https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8960588
17th Apr 2018, 14:25
Replies: 440
Views: 220,736
Posted By akerosid

Ah yes, I think you might have spotted the reason...

Ah yes, I think you might have spotted the reason I didn't pursue a career in accountancy!
16th Apr 2018, 11:41
Replies: 440
Views: 220,736
Posted By akerosid

Just a question on the statistics. I'm...

Just a question on the statistics.

I'm assuming these measure all flights (arrivals and departures).

Does the ME "and other" number including Turkey (specifically) TK, or is TK included in the...
28th Feb 2018, 18:46
Replies: 70
Views: 12,330
Posted By akerosid

I think it was probably because it was a one way...

I think it was probably because it was a one way street; spotters weren't getting anything out of it. All takin' and no givin', to borrow a line from "Nine to Five" ...

That said, any spotter...
20th Feb 2018, 14:49
Replies: 440
Views: 220,736
Posted By akerosid

I'm sure he wouldn't have said it unless Westjet,...

I'm sure he wouldn't have said it unless Westjet, Transat and AC were actually looking at new routes.
16th Feb 2018, 11:38
Replies: 11
Views: 5,395
Posted By akerosid

I share Wingnut's cynicism about the economy...

I share Wingnut's cynicism about the economy class squeeze finally being over. At the end of the day, in any aircraft, from 737 to A380, you are effectively renting floor space on a plane when you...
10th Oct 2017, 10:03
Replies: 440
Views: 220,736
Posted By akerosid

These would not be suitable for EI; those it has...

These would not be suitable for EI; those it has on order are A321NeoLR aircraft - different engines and longer range. The Monarch ones are also IAE V2500 powered, whereas the EI ones are CFM 56...
29th Nov 2016, 05:51
Replies: 1,099
Views: 1,133,747
Posted By akerosid

The aircraft was operated by a Bolivian carrier,...

The aircraft was operated by a Bolivian carrier, LAMIA. It was an RJ85, formerly operated by (among others) Dublin based Cityjet.

Photo: EI-RJK (CN: E2348) British Aerospace Avro RJ85 by John...
29th Oct 2016, 20:16
Replies: 3,469
Views: 1,128,996
Posted By akerosid

A350s ... ?

A few weeks back, I checked the attached A350 production list and the first Aer Lingus aircraft was listed at about LN 198 or so. The latest list, attached, does not show it, or any EI aircraft ...
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28th Oct 2016, 20:24
Replies: 204
Views: 173,045
Posted By akerosid

Was operating AA 383, ORD-MIA; aborted takeoff. ...

Was operating AA 383, ORD-MIA; aborted takeoff.

Photo: N345AN (CN: 33084) Boeing 767-323(ER) by John Fitzpatrick Photoid:8242852 - JetPhotos.Net (http://www.jetphotos.net/photo/8242852)

There...
28th Oct 2016, 19:57
Replies: 204
Views: 173,045
Posted By akerosid

American 763 takeoff incident, ORD

Airliners.net reporting that a 763 suffered a tyre blowout on takeoff from ORD. Lots of smoke, but aircraft appears substantially intact; all evacuated safely.
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7th Mar 2016, 17:03
Replies: 3,469
Views: 1,128,996
Posted By akerosid

Can I just throw out a few more questions on the...

Can I just throw out a few more questions on the whole EI/IAG relationship, as there are a few points I'm unclear on:



- IAG is on record as having stated that it wants to build hub at DUB. How...
6th Mar 2016, 17:16
Replies: 3,469
Views: 1,128,996
Posted By akerosid

There was an interesting article in today's SBP,...

There was an interesting article in today's SBP, about Vueling flying DUB-BCN and the way in which IAG encourages its subsidiary companies to compete against each other. It also went on to mention...
3rd Mar 2016, 10:33
Replies: 3,469
Views: 1,128,996
Posted By akerosid

I didn't want to speak of "breach of contract" as...

I didn't want to speak of "breach of contract" as such; I don't know what was agreed between the Irish govt and IAG; I think the agreements there focused mostly on access to LHR rather than t/a...
2nd Mar 2016, 23:36
Replies: 3,469
Views: 1,128,996
Posted By akerosid

This would be a serious breach of trust on IAG's...

This would be a serious breach of trust on IAG's part. Aer Lingus considered the A330Neo and decided that it needed the A350s. For IAG to come in and reassign aircraft ordered by EI to another part...
3rd Jan 2016, 13:59
Replies: 3,839
Views: 1,205,805
Posted By akerosid

New long haul routes for Dublin

Travel Extra predicting two new long haul route announcements for DUB, to start in 2017.

https://travelextra.wordpress.com/2015/12/27/travel-extras-sunday-supplement-january-3-2016/
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21st Dec 2015, 16:54
Replies: 1,355
Views: 815,936
Posted By akerosid

G-FBEB

Sadly, it looks like the end of the line (quite literally) for G-FBEB, which - while being operated by Indonesian carrier Kal Star - ran off the end of the runway at Kupang - another victim of...
29th Sep 2015, 04:18
Replies: 44
Views: 10,581
Posted By akerosid

Sorry to see it end; it's just a pity that it was...

Sorry to see it end; it's just a pity that it was basically an unsuccessful operation. There are so many regional routes - LBA, LPL, NCL, INV, JER etc - crying out for links to LHR, yet VS chose...
15th Jul 2015, 16:55
Replies: 3,839
Views: 1,205,805
Posted By akerosid

Very impressive growth - double digit in all...

Very impressive growth - double digit in all major markets!

It would be interesting to see how freight tonnage is doing.

Certainly, 24m seems doable, which would presumably bring DUB back to...
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