Back in 2012, Delta celebrated veterans with custom art on one of their Boeing 757-200s. This week I had the opportunity to see her in the flesh upon landing in San Diego!
Reddit user /u/coasterjake got to spend some time with a 737-MAX (-8) recently, and he has uploaded quite a few pictures to his Flickr album. Check it out!
Google Now just informed me that there has been talk of Delta replacing the 757 that is currently being used to connect Raleigh-Durham, NC (RDU) to Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) with a 767. This would be a pretty big improvement in the quality of flight for passengers. Delta’s Pink Force One is an example of … Continue reading “@Delta to Upgrade RDU-CDG Flight”
The Boeing 757 is an iconic plane in its own right, though not always as distinguishable to the untrained eye as a 747 or A380. It has been in production from 1981 to 2004, and in service since 1983. In fact, many airlines are holding onto their 757s tightly because of the versatility offered by … Continue reading “@Boeing 757 vs. 737 from a Pilot’s Perspective”
No, I don’t mean the Messianic figure from the Matrix movies, I am referring to Airbus’s denotation of improved engine performance and mileage: “New Engine Option”. These two narrow-body planes are reported to have an improved fuel efficiency estimated at 15% over their traditional counterparts, which will allow them to fly from the East Coast … Continue reading “737-MAX and A32x-neo”
To maintain my status with Delta, I like to plan creative routes when traveling. For my trip to Sacramento this week, I opted to fly from Raleigh to Atlanta, Atlanta to Los Angeles, and Los Angeles to Sacramento (instead of to Salt Lake, and from there directly, for example… or directly from Atlanta… or many … Continue reading “Sacramento Flight and LAX Plane Spotting”
This week I managed to catch a glimpse of BRCF Delta’s 767-400ER (tail N845MH, ship 1821) before it departed to Frankfurt. Known affectionately as “Pink Force One“, it was repainted in 2015, though it has been pink since 2010.