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General Chat / Re: Count to 10,000
« on: July 24, 2011, 05:27:31 pm »

General Chat / Re: Count to 10,000
« on: July 24, 2011, 10:38:09 am »

Airline Reports / Re: Villair - Liaoning Aviation (Public World 2006)
« on: July 24, 2011, 12:34:49 am »
Liaoning Aviation gets new look!

October, 13th, 1993 - Public World 2006

Liaoning Aviation has got a new look, including a brand new logo, and a text from the CEO!

"We decided our current advertisers looked to simple and unprofessional, and we really needed a logo", a spokesman for Liaoning Aviation said.

Regarding the network, Liaoning Aviation has set up it's first hub outside Liaoning! The new hub is located in Harbin. Routes are primarily served by Dash-8-100s, and BAe ATPs.
"Liaoning Aviation has linked Harbin to a lot of cities, as well as linking smaller towns to a network of 84 destinations across China"

Liaoning Aviation has also set up new Tokyo routes. The flight is routed Beijing-Shenyang-Tokyo or Beijing-Dalian-Tokyo. The routes links two of the worlds biggest capitals the flights on modern MD-87 jet aircraft two times a day, more then any other airline. The other destinations served by the MD-87s are Shanghai-Hongqiao and Shanghai-Pudong, both from Dalian.

Comments on the new look are always appreciated!

General Chat / Re: Count to 10,000
« on: July 24, 2011, 12:00:40 am »

General Chat / Re: Count to 10,000
« on: July 23, 2011, 05:25:06 pm »

General Chat / Re: Count to 10,000
« on: July 23, 2011, 09:48:16 am »

General Chat / Re: The Word Association Game #2
« on: July 22, 2011, 09:46:51 pm »

General Chat / Re: Count to 10,000
« on: July 22, 2011, 09:46:34 pm »

General Chat / Re: Last person to post wins.
« on: July 22, 2011, 09:46:07 pm »
 :lol: :lol:

Why does Westjet then have an order for Boeing 737-700, very few 737-800. Source:

He said most of the LCCs. Westjet is an exception. It is a fact that LCCs tends to go for bigger aircraft than before. Easyjet are ordering more A320s instead of A319s. Cebu Pacific and JetBlue has ordered A321NEO. Even Southwest has 738s on order. Allegiant has added 757s. Norwegian doesn't replace their 733s with 73Gs, but with 738s - The list goes on. WestJet is an exception.

General Chat / Re: Count to 10,000
« on: July 22, 2011, 10:24:06 am »

[+] Suggestions / [+] Research route suggestion
« on: July 21, 2011, 08:48:26 pm »
It would nice if you could enter IATA codes in "Research route".

It would save a lot of time not needing to scroll through a long list of all airports within an continent,

I wouldn't be so quick to dismiss the opinions that I've read elsewhere regarding the Airbus family. While many of them are perspectives from pilots and ground crew, they are the people actually using the planes, while most of what you're going to find on the internet is going to be some sort of aviation "expert" or marketing team member's writings to attempt to convince you one way or another on what's better.

If you're talking about the plane itself, and how you fly it, then I have great respect for those pilots, as they are much more knowledgeable on the subject then I am. But...

1. As a passenger, I have just much knowledge about how cramped an airliner is (in a passengers perspective.) But, as Virgin Serbia said, this is not about the airplane itself, it's about the airline. Ryanair flies crowded 737s, but that doesn't mean all 737s are cramped.

2. I don't believe those pilots know that much about how Airbus and Boeing sells and produce those plane

There's more overall demand for Boeing products, and coupled with the economic issues that have been plaguing the US as of late I imagine that EADS and Airbus can deliver quite a bit faster.

First, there is not more demand for Boeing products, and second - It's not only the US that has had trouble with the economy. I don't think Airbus can deliver much faster then Boeing.

Yea, and they made the point that Airbus is more fair to airlines that just want to get out there, make a short dash at profits, and then declare bankruptcy shortly after. Airlines that don't intend to be around by the time their aircraft start wearing out, etc.. Additionally it seems that at least for some airlines keeping their older Boeings is more affordable than buying new ones or buying other aircraft, so it would seem that the 737 should have some sort of edge.

2. I'd like to hear some concrete examples from them that Airbus is more fair to those airlines. Which are those airlines?

1. I don't really get this about keeping Boeings. Airbuses usually have just as long life cycle as Boeings.

Airline Reports / Re: Villair - Liaoning Aviation (Public World 2006)
« on: July 21, 2011, 02:19:03 pm »
August, 3rd, 1993 - Public World 2006

Liaoning Aviation buys Jet aircraft!

Four new aircraft has been ordered as Liaoning Aviation opens more distant destinations. In a strategic move, Liaoning Aviation has ordered Four modern jets, taking the Liaoningese Aviation scene to a new level!

The McDonnellDouglas MD-87 is a member of the MD-80 series, a successful series of short-haul jet aircraft. The inaugural flight will be at October 1st,´so book your tickets quickly to get a seat on a historical flight!

The Bombardier CRJ-100ER is a Next Generation regional jet, a popular type perfect for longer regional routes, where it has a significant advantage over the turboprops that most airlines operates on longer routes.

Meanwhile, Liaoning Aviation has received more ATP and Dash 8 aircraft, which means more routes like:

Shanghai - Where east meets west, Shanghai has developed to be the Center of East Asia (sorry, Tokyo).

Hangzhou - A common saying is: Up above there is heaven, here on earth there is Hangzhou. Probably the most beautiful city of China.
All of our routes can be found on this route map:

Note: Due to a problem the Route map system, routes to the cities of Jixi and Daqing can not be found on the route map.

Delta has said that they might pick the Bombardier C series, the C series is available 3 year earlier then any other option.

That's a possibility. C-Series would be a good DC-9/MD replacement. They could combine that with an A320/A320NEO order, or a 737/737RE order. Or they might buy Embraers instead of the C-Series. I'm just saying that it won't be from one manufacturer, but two (or possibly even more.)

For the split order why idn't they go with the C series then, Bombardier is advertising it as an MD-80 replacement.

Well, they apparently preferred the A320s and 737s instead. They are also good planes to replace the MD-80s

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