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What metric is used to define Dublin as the 5th largest hub? While LAS may be the 8th largest in terms of total pax, where does it rank in terms of international passengers?
These are the LR’s though, I think the poster is asking about regular NEO A321’s. Regular Neo’s Won’t LR Neo’s will (Which EI have coming)
If you fly in Friday morning and home Monday you should be grand to cover all the potential match times
So the flight today could be it, maybe a flight with AerLingus and then delivery
Just landed now. How many test flights are usually needed?
EI have ordered the A321LR for east coast ops and the XLR for further scope. The regular neo wouldn’t have the range. Business class seats will be fitted
Big difference is that a) a321neo hasn’t crashed B) a second a321neo hasnt crashed C) every regulator globally hasn’t grounded the A321neo D) the a321neo was built as a FBW, so fixing it much easier. Fixing the Max isn’t as easy
Is there a revised delivery for LRA?
What changes was he restricted from implementing?
Scheduled to operate to BDL on 2nd August
Yes - DCA only allows flights from within x distance, which Dublin would not be in. There are a limited number of exceptions though
True but EI was a totally different company then, a lot has moved on. Then it was mainly point to point they targeted
True but if the demand is there then airlines will do it e.g Miami
I would prefer a short flight and a long flight so via London, SFO or LAX. Going with Delta or connecting on the east coast with EI or UA is likely to be a 7 hour and a 4 hour.it is more direct though