It is very likely as it was announced that all A350’s would be retired, so, I wouldn’t be surprised if this is the case
It is so sad, they are like 5 years old 😂.
EWR-EWR. Hmph. @Ishrion?
So many questions.
UAL1946 was meant to depart to KIAH (Houston) however, they need to exit the runway due to a mechanical problem
usually this time of year they are flying 772s or 763s down to MCO from ORD and EWR, probably a swap
The CommutAir looks to be a EWR-EWR test flight by CommutAir themselves instead of United Express.
They did a IAH-IAH one with the same flight number
The EWR-MCO flight is a one-off upgauge. UA1914 is typically a 757-200/737-800 but they subbed in a 787-9.
Some FR24 mishap as it seems. The actual flight number is LM677, a scheduled operation between the Isle of Man and Heathrow :)
a 4 month old JAL 787-9 on test flights in Washington
noice pics more to love livery
maybe a new route or a restarted route?
some aircraft out and about near Edwards Air Force Base
a brand new LOT 787-9 due for delivery at Victorville at the moment and a little Delta A321 that has unfortunately been stored ever since the coronavirus was declared a pandemic in March 2020.
interesting registration 🤔
That Asiana flight is a restarted flight, when the pandemic hit, they ceased it, however way before the pandemic, like a years before, Asiana had been flying to Seattle for a while, for the summer season, it was an A350-941, and for the rest of the seasons, it was usually a B777-200ER
They are the Venezuelan flag carrier I believe, what they are doing in Belgrade is interesting though 🤔
idk why it appears like this but it’s been going on for a while i think
i spotted it 2 months ago