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Sep 15, 20, 9:07 am
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Posted By mjh0

IVN went to Kemble. I've updated the wikipost.

IVN went to Kemble. I've updated the wikipost.
Sep 14, 20, 6:54 am
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Posted By mjh0

G-CIVT was positioned out to Teruel in Spain back...

G-CIVT was positioned out to Teruel in Spain back in April this year along with VA/VR/VS/VX. All 5 will be broken up and recycled there, handled by Tarmac Aerosave who have handled a number of...
Sep 9, 20, 8:47 am
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Posted By mjh0

Sort of tempted by:...

Sort of tempted by: https://www.planereclaimers.co.uk/product/g-civm-seat-marker/

Of course the question on every BA Flyertalker's lips: "Are 62A/K or 64A/K available?" :D
Sep 7, 20, 10:40 am
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Posted By mjh0

Last report I saw at the end of last week is YGA...

Last report I saw at the end of last week is YGA from Cardiff to Kemble tomorrow afternoon, and nothing as yet planned out of LHR this week - could have changed since then.
Sep 4, 20, 1:36 am
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Posted By mjh0

An RB211-524G/H is about 1.5 tonnes heavier per...

An RB211-524G/H is about 1.5 tonnes heavier per engine than the comparable CF6-80, so you take a 5-6 tonne weight penalty on an RR powered 744 - whether it's freight or passenger config.

A family...
Sep 1, 20, 9:03 am
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Posted By mjh0

Bits from broken up aircraft are offered for sale...

Bits from broken up aircraft are offered for sale by UK companies such as:

https://www.planereclaimers.co.uk/shop/
https://www.aerotiques.co.uk/

The former site is more just "pieces of plane"...
Aug 28, 20, 12:33 pm
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Posted By mjh0

The RB211-524G/H-powered 747-400 comes with...

The RB211-524G/H-powered 747-400 comes with something like a 5 tonne penalty over a CF6-80C2-powered -400.

That's 5 tonnes worth of lost revenue/range, which is why RR-powered examples are like...
Apr 14, 20, 7:11 am
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Posted By mjh0

CIVJ/K/L/N all to go to Kemble this week. ...

CIVJ/K/L/N all to go to Kemble this week.

Theoretically/officially "parking" at this stage, but in all likelihood these are one-way flights.
Mar 18, 20, 8:23 am
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Views: 5,699
Posted By mjh0

Thats not really how aircraft maintenance inputs...

Thats not really how aircraft maintenance inputs work. The are planned months and months out, with consumables and necessary new or reconditioned replacement parts ordered in, maintenance bays and...
Mar 17, 20, 7:59 pm
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Posted By mjh0

Same crew. Return won't depart until tomorrow.

Same crew. Return won't depart until tomorrow.
Mar 17, 20, 1:11 pm
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Posted By mjh0

I suspect you're probably right - that there's...

I suspect you're probably right - that there's some planned maintenance inputs there.

IIM is due off it's recent maintenance input any time now, IVW has just come off maintenance (with YGD going...
Mar 16, 20, 8:08 pm
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Posted By mjh0

I suspect that some of these will keep going as...

I suspect that some of these will keep going as long as there are folk from the US here that need to go home, and Brits in the US that need to come back, *and* that there is sufficient cargo demand...
Mar 13, 20, 8:18 am
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Posted By mjh0

I'd be asking QR if they have any waivers in...

I'd be asking QR if they have any waivers in place for Norway such that they can get you out of a UK airport in the circumstances - explaining you won't be able to travel to Norway under the latest...
Mar 12, 20, 6:40 am
Replies: 12
Views: 1,904
Posted By mjh0

Zeroing out everything except full-fare buckets...

Zeroing out everything except full-fare buckets is not unusual when disruption and consolidation of flights is likely - this was observed during the BALPA strike action last Autumn around 24h before...
Mar 11, 20, 6:46 am
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Views: 3,349
Posted By mjh0

Ah, that's a new one on me... bit crap if you're...

Ah, that's a new one on me... bit crap if you're on a flight out of the Eagle's Nest at LAX, but hey-ho.
Mar 11, 20, 4:54 am
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Views: 3,349
Posted By mjh0

They don't give out paper chits anymore, instead...

They don't give out paper chits anymore, instead it's linked to your boarding pass. Had this experience as recently as February.

A non-AA OWS or OWE member visiting an Admirals Club can still...
Mar 10, 20, 3:06 pm
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Posted By mjh0

Reports from a trusted source that G-CIVM is on a...

Reports from a trusted source that G-CIVM is on a one-way trip to St Athan for the chop next Monday.
Mar 10, 20, 2:36 pm
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Views: 48,220
Posted By mjh0

Right now, not grounded. Work for the UK arm of a...

Right now, not grounded. Work for the UK arm of a US-HQed company and a remote worker at that.

Official company advice is basically just "Be safe, be sensible, only travel if you really need to,...
Mar 9, 20, 7:14 am
Replies: 15
Views: 2,503
Posted By mjh0

Relates to checked bags: X = Number of pieces ...

Relates to checked bags:
X = Number of pieces
Y = Total Weight of checked bags

Used to be represented as:
PCS xx
WT yy
Mar 9, 20, 4:32 am
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Views: 67,789
Posted By mjh0

Ah yes, it's been forgetting about your "home"...

Ah yes, it's been forgetting about your "home" locale and language preferences since about February - and giving you language/locale you're physically in. Happened in US and Spain with me recently.
Mar 8, 20, 6:36 am
Replies: 47
Views: 12,478
Posted By mjh0

Virgin went through a phase of being really dirty...

Virgin went through a phase of being really dirty in the mid-noughties. Again, the problem was failure to have specific instructions for the cleaners on processes and expectations, failure to uphold...
Mar 7, 20, 9:48 am
Replies: 28
Views: 4,246
Posted By mjh0

SFO is a WW route. ...

SFO is a WW route.

https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/british-airways-executive-club/1600711-mixed-fleet-vs-non-mixed-fleet-routes.html

I've had rough service and great service from crew in both...
Mar 7, 20, 8:48 am
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Posted By mjh0

Assuming it's all on one PNR, you're unlikely to...

Assuming it's all on one PNR, you're unlikely to become stuck/stranded - you're just more likely to lose the convolutions in your route in favour of more direct routings (e.g. ARN-LHR-ORD or...
Mar 7, 20, 6:17 am
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Posted By mjh0

I'd argue that's actually less straightforward....

I'd argue that's actually less straightforward. It also somewhat disproportionately benefits those who are already "in", even if they have barely set foot on a BA/OW aircraft at all this year, as...
Mar 7, 20, 5:23 am
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Views: 205,057
Posted By mjh0

If the cancellations are on the MAD sector, then...

If the cancellations are on the MAD sector, then obviously the flights in that PNR become open for change.

If your MAD-LHR is cancelled, then obviously that ticket becomes changeable and you could...
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