Posts Tagged ‘hnl’

The Queen of the Skies Says Good-Bye to Frisco, America – No More Boeing 747 Flights from Domestic Carriers as of November 7th 2017

Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

Read all about it.

As seen from Lincoln Park…

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And Lafayette:

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You might still see some remaining fuel-hungry 747’s from a few foreign carriers, from the military, like Air Force One, and there will be cargo flights for a good long time, but passenger service has pretty much died out in 2017.

United Airlines’s SFO hub has been the last holdout…

I See This Flight Every Day – Hawaiian 11 SFO-HNL – Everybody’s Going to Hawaii But Me

Friday, October 21st, 2016

Look for this Airbus 330 just after 9:00 AM, over the Financh, heading west with a little south thrown in – that’s what you can see lately:

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Now back in the day, people told me, “Don’t fly Hawaiian.” But geez, zero passenger deaths over the years and decades. Hawaiian is a winner airline and this jet, an Airbus 330-200 widebody, is a winner aircraft – better all around than any stretched-out Boeing 757 narrowbody that, say United, might choose to get you to the 808 State…