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The New Airline Game! (Started from SLA's original topic)

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Reply #15 on: October 16, 2008, 12:24:04 am
Yup.

What airline just announced the official closing of their San Deigo and Savanah stations, while "suspending" service to their Seattle station?
« Last Edit: October 16, 2008, 12:27:56 am by Seattle »
British Pan Airways (BPA)

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Fly with our lie-flat beds in first and business class on all longhaul planes!

~BPA, Relax, Enjoy, Fly.


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Reply #16 on: October 16, 2008, 12:39:52 am
What are the three main aircraft that Mt Cook Airlines are looking at to replace their ATR 72-500s?
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Reply #17 on: October 16, 2008, 01:57:42 am
Who just placed an order for 42 787's with 58 options? The answer will shock you  :D

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Reply #18 on: October 16, 2008, 02:28:32 am
What is the first non-Japanese low-cost carrier to reach a Japan international airport?

Seattle - AirTran?


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Reply #19 on: October 16, 2008, 04:44:39 am
What is the first non-Japanese low-cost carrier to reach a Japan international airport?

Seattle - AirTran?

Correct!

Jeju Air?

yourefired - American Airlines, Im surprised too! Maybe UA will take hint and order 50 too! (I know im dreaming)

zkvac - CRJ-700, Q400, or E170?

My next one: What airline used to fly LAX-ATH in the 1990's?
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Fly with our lie-flat beds in first and business class on all longhaul planes!

~BPA, Relax, Enjoy, Fly.


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Reply #20 on: October 16, 2008, 05:31:35 am
Who just placed an order for 42 787's with 58 options? The answer will shock you  :D

American. :)
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Reply #21 on: October 16, 2008, 05:32:50 am
What is the first non-Japanese low-cost carrier to reach a Japan international airport?

Seattle - AirTran?

Correct!

Jeju Air?

yourefired - American Airlines, Im surprised too! Maybe UA will take hint and order 50 too! (I know im dreaming)

zkvac - CRJ-700, Q400, or E170?

My next one: What airline used to fly LAX-ATH in the 1990's?

You totally beat me to the post.  Not cool.
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Reply #22 on: October 16, 2008, 05:38:53 am
What airline is this?



Seattle - Delta?
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Reply #23 on: October 16, 2008, 05:45:56 am
Nope, United.

Im kinda take I wild guess: Malaysian?  :P
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Reply #24 on: October 16, 2008, 07:20:48 am
zkvac - CRJ-700, Q400, or E170?

2 Outta 3 ain't bad! :D

It was Q400, E170 and ATR 72-600. Will probably be the new ATR as well.
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Reply #25 on: October 16, 2008, 07:40:47 am
Which airline is the launch customer for: the 787-9 (North America), the 777-200LR (North America), and the 777-300ER (global)?+

Also: which airline will be the only US-based airline to operate the A340-300?

And true or false: SN Brussels Airlines will not join the star alliance.
And another true or false: Lufthansa owns a 24% stake in jetBlue.
And another true or false*: Asiana Airlines placed an order for 30 A350's about two months ago.
And another true or false: there exists an Aeroplan (Air Canada)-branded American Express card available in the US.

What percentage of Virgin Atlantic Airways is owned by another airline? And by which airline?

+Hint: three different airlines, and they're all SkyTeam members.
*Because they're so fun, right?

Oops, now it's like an airline trivia quiz. Oh well. :P
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Reply #26 on: October 16, 2008, 09:00:43 am
ill answer 2, is it US Airways thet will operate the A340, and Singapore Airlines owns 49% on Virgin Atlantic 


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Reply #27 on: October 16, 2008, 05:58:38 pm
ooh, this one will work all of you to the bone  ;D

Which airline in Iran has recieved their first 767?
also what model of the 767 is it?

good luck, you'll need it ;)

tis the first 767 for a iranian airline


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Reply #28 on: October 16, 2008, 11:20:43 pm
ill answer 2, is it US Airways thet will operate the A340, and Singapore Airlines owns 49% on Virgin Atlantic 

Yes and yes. Now try answering the others.

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Reply #29 on: October 17, 2008, 01:58:20 am
Which airline is the launch customer for: the 787-9 (North America) Northwest, the 777-200LR (North America) Delta, and the 777-300ER KLM?, Air France, and Korean Air?(global)?+

Also: which airline will be the only US-based airline to operate the A340-300? - US Airways

And true or false: SN Brussels Airlines will not join the star alliance. False, they are probably joining
And another true or false: Lufthansa owns a 24% stake in jetBlue. False, its 18%
And another true or false*: Asiana Airlines placed an order for 30 A350's about two months ago. True?
And another true or false: there exists an Aeroplan (Air Canada)-branded American Express card available in the US. Im gonna say false

What percentage of Virgin Atlantic Airways is owned by another airline? And by which airline?  49% Singapore Airlines

+Hint: three different airlines, and they're all SkyTeam members.
*Because they're so fun, right?

Oops, now it's like an airline trivia quiz. Oh well. :P

 ;D

Mine:

What major low cost carrier had its first unprofitable quarter since the early 1990's?

What major legacy carrier announced third quarter losses?

Other than Singapore Airlines, what are the other major airlines with only widebody fleets?

What US Legecy airline is currently under speculation for purchasing/leasing the 787/A350?

and.... What are all the scheduled international flights out of Seattle-Tacome International airport SEA/KSEA? (Including Mexico, Canada, and seasonal flight?) You get a bonus if you can name the airlines that fly the route to! (This also inculdes flights planned, but without government approval)

British Pan Airways (BPA)

Serving London Heathrow to You and the Rest of the World!

Fly with our lie-flat beds in first and business class on all longhaul planes!

~BPA, Relax, Enjoy, Fly.


 

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