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Post by website-info » 05 May 2005, 11:07

First aircraft ZS-SXD fully painted in Johannesburg and rolled out this morning, hopefully a pic to follow tonight (if I can get my mail box empty enough to receive it that is)

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Post by viasa » 05 May 2005, 12:35

Here is the first picture:

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Post by Flying-Belgian » 05 May 2005, 12:44

I can't wait to see the B-pier with this beauty + the Etihad bird...

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Post by Atlantis » 05 May 2005, 13:57

What a nice airplane :D
I can't wait to see it here in Bru!!

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Post by regi » 05 May 2005, 14:19

would be really nice to see it here, right on.

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Post by Advisor » 07 May 2005, 11:11

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What it was, and what is has become

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Post by x-prise » 07 May 2005, 12:08

Established02 wrote: BOM-BRU 00:45-06:30
BRU-EWR 08:00-10:15
EWR-BRU 19:40-09:00
BRU-BOM 10:30-22:45
heyhey lucky me when this bird takes off to go to EWR
i get to see it fly over my school!
10mins before school starts oh yeah!
(just like every week i see SNA333 taking off over head at 1145)...
and the etihads now that would be cool although ill prob be in the states... watchin even bigger birds at MCO!
ps: MLB will then become my home airport along with MCO...

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Post by Starvmg » 07 May 2005, 16:33

I hope to see EWR up on www.jetairways.com soon

once all approvals and info is finalized and Jet is always very professional about that

I wonder what city will be next in the coming years

first intl network cities: CMB,KTM,SIN,KUL,LHR,EWR........

I hope ORD is next in the USA!

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Post by Advisor » 08 May 2005, 16:33

x-prise wrote:
Established02 wrote: BOM-BRU 00:45-06:30
BRU-EWR 08:00-10:15
EWR-BRU 19:40-09:00
BRU-BOM 10:30-22:45
heyhey lucky me when this bird takes off to go to EWR
i get to see it fly over my school!
10mins before school starts oh yeah
!
(just like every week i see SNA333 taking off over head at 1145)...
and the etihads now that would be cool although ill prob be in the states... watchin even bigger birds at MCO!
ps: MLB will then become my home airport along with MCO...
So we expect some pictures, friend :wink:
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Post by Starvmg » 08 May 2005, 20:03

Any LHR spotters to get a picture of 9W at LHR on May 23rd?

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Post by Atlantis » 08 May 2005, 20:24

I prefer a picture here in Belgium :!: It's almost a month later, but good to wait. Bru deserved to have a new long haul.

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Post by Atlantis » 10 May 2005, 19:04

On Justplanes.com you can read that Jet airways has the intention to lease 4 new A330's. The first one is scheduled for May 2006 for the new routes to London and New York.
Can we also expect such an airplane instead of an A340-300?

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Post by teach » 10 May 2005, 20:00

Atlantis,

Apparently, plans are to start up both the LHR and BRU / EWR services with the A340s, and use the A330s next year to increase LHR frequencies to twice daily and open more new routes.

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Post by Badabing » 11 May 2005, 11:35

Thanks for sharing this picture.
if that is the final schedule, things will get even more interesting for spotters. All it takes is a one-hour delay on the Eastbound flight to have two of these babies at the gate at the same time. .

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Post by Advisor » 11 May 2005, 15:17

Source : www.justplanes.com

Jet Airways to lease A330s.

Jet Airways signed a Letter of Intent to lease 4 new Airbus A330-200s.
Delivery of these aircraft would start around May 2006.
The airline will use these A330s on new long haul routes to destinations including London & New York.
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Post by Advisor » 11 May 2005, 15:23

Humberside wrote:Will there be a codeshare with anyone for this route - SNBA, NW, CO, UA?
https://www.aviation24.be/postt10575.html This post shall clear all your doubts 8)
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Post by DannyVDB » 13 May 2005, 21:45

Hi,

Discussion on airliners.net continues on jet Airways. Now there is a thread on what is the next step when the A332 will come in next year. This is one of the ideas ...

What i hear from my sources is that IAH and SFO and even Montreal/Vancouver[YUL/YYR] are on top priority .
Especially Montreal/Vancouver which they hope to serve from CDG .
I dont have any idea of the transit stations for IAH and SFO but by the looks of it it will probably be LHR or another uncovered city like BRU


and another

YYR--quite a decent north indian community present
YUL over YYZ--actually i was pretty surprised when i heard that myself but thats a job for the 9W management to decide---maybe they target pax from CDG-YUL, which i hear is pretty strong in numbers
But as you suggest even i feel they should look at YYZ.
Eventually like AI at FRA they want to build up one Hub in the EU---CDG or LHR orAMS or even BRU---??????


What do you think about these ideas? It all makes sence, we only can hope that they would make a choice for BRU as a small hub.

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Post by Humberside » 13 May 2005, 21:57

Apparently SFO might be a gold mine due to hi tech industry links and IAH would do well due to oil industry links

Interesting part of that discussion - could they do India-LHR-IAH with 5th freedom rights LHR-IAH?

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Post by SN30952 » 14 May 2005, 20:02

Humberside wrote:Interesting part of that discussion - could they do India-LHR-IAH with 5th freedom rights LHR-IAH?

5ths are granted by the two countries on both ends of that 5th to the third country. I guess Uk would grant India that. It is also a matter of reciprocity.

The US as manufacturer of future aircraft that will fly point-to-point, would of course like to see its clients get these 5ths, otherwise these aircraft are of less use. Aircraft flying hub-to-hub do not need these 5ths. Carriers who will fly these hub connections, will at one side, cq their base, have all the freedoms they need, and at the other side they will work with a or more partner in an alliance. The american (Boeing) concept is in my view not so alliance friendly, as the operators of such aircraft will fly many more destinations, and that is a thing 'big' countries can do, as traffic rights are limited to the number of gateways into countries. (The US limited Belgium to 5 gateways, some african countries are limited to one)

As you can see behind the 2 concepts, there is also a vision of the world.

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Post by Advisor » 17 May 2005, 13:50

Humberside wrote:Apparently SFO might be a gold mine due to hi tech industry links and IAH would do well due to oil industry linksInteresting part of that discussion - could they do India-LHR-IAH with 5th freedom rights LHR-IAH?
Something like the Petroleum Club routes served by AirFrance :roll:
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