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The only dad airport I can find is Da Nang in Vietnam so that cannot be right
we flying today dar-hre and from Harare to Lusaka and Lusaka to dad interesting, that is the news I received anyone has more information?
Thanks - makes sense I guess though would JNB and HRE also make good regional routes too?
Dar to Maputo
Which route were they talking about??
I see from my last post that the en dash also gets corrupted, from a `long hyphen` to the pound sign. So (and I`m testing here!) the apostrophe comes out like this � while the double quotes like this �
Regrettably I have been out all day since before lunch, hence this very late response to your post which demands a response.
I admit I was possibly wrong criticising Fjetcrazy for using an acronym which I just found irritating but that was between him and me and, hopefully, we have sorted it out reasonably amicably. I shall learn to get used to it!
Only you and one or two others maybe would accuse me of dictating just by expressing my honest thoughts. But glad it makes you laugh!
Come to think of it, there is no point in even trying to defend myself to you since you are one of those who just relies on gross exaggeration if not lies, by describing ``every one of my posts [being] littered with typos``. Yes I do miss a few now and again and no-one is more annoyed than me by the system faults that are creeping in and seem unavoidable � enough in themselves to prevent me from posting much more! At least you seem to recognise them for what they are.
Fjetcrazy also suffers from the apostrophe glitch which turns into a pound sign. But far worse is the corruption of the double quotes, though not always I now note. Fine in my post of 22:56 last night, but complete with gremlins next time at 12:35 yesterday, appearing, as you correctly requoted, as 1��
I hope LSE will get them sorted out soon if they are able to. Meanwhile, if I can remember, I shall resort to using the grave accent as a poor substitute!
are on the point of crossing the 3000 posts mark, one with only sixty or so to go, and another is coming up fast. It could be a close finish. I know where my money is. The amount of time and energy put into this race surely deserves some sort of reward. I�m willing to chip in towards the cost of the prize for the winner.. Anyone got any suggestions. I thought maybe a model of one of the Fastjet planes in full livery, a leather-bound copy of the Fastjet timetable and past flight magazines, or perhaps some more Fastjet shares to tuck away in the bottom drawer.
Just a quick hello in answer to Fjetcrazy's call for more posts. Family issues (now resolved), and my taking on the role of Parish Clerk (temporary but looking permanent!) and being elected treasurer at my bowls club have kept me away from the board.
I do still look in though. It is good to read the posts of the gang, with Marksman and Fjetcrazy being favourites.
Fri and Monday services operating as normal, the planned additional flights keep getting rolled forward.
on the 8th
Eltonshango, this service is not operating on 6 Th DECEMBER
from the 6th put in dar to hre you can see it
Harare to Lusaka
Only three flights to be operated in TZ
Thank you for your kind words, so glad you got in when advised and your now showing a healthy profit good call!!!
I think there is much more to come from the current SP.
PJ see my posts on this subject in E190 operations, thus reduction was planned for today
Marksman, I wasn't having a dig at you (or anyone else for that matter) my point was the minutiae was not really something that provides (for me anyway) a reason to contribute. For me things relating to strategy, and its implementation, are items worthy of discussion.
Don't know if aircraft or crew shortage problem
They are now the latest to add to the list of
The Q400 aircraft's performance and economics have been exceptional as we position ourselves for rapid growth,� Jambojet CEO Willem Hondius said. �We are looking at retiring our narrowbody fleet and transitioning to an all-Q400 fleet by end of this year. We are confident that the Q400 aircraft will allow us to implement our growth strategy as we strive to launch new routes and to respond to the anticipated increase in demand.�
In addition to its Q400s, the carrier operates two Boeing 737-300s.
fatherelmer: I heartily endorse every word in your second paragraph. But I`m really surprised to see your dig in the first. I had no idea anyone else felt the same about my personal efforts at a meaningful contribution in the form of analysing what you oversimplify as the pagination content of the in-flight magazine.
I was used to it being used as a means of taunting me by the thankfully long-banned Steve Gurr, or Beretta by which he was last known, and his equally objectionable mate, Ian Pegg, or Bedpug. You may have noticed that I have abandoned the practice since the hiatus between the switch from TravelSmart to Places.
I didn�t spend the time it took just to announce the page count but to use the analysis of its advertising content as a very basic indicator of the airline`s progress, shown by the support of businesses both large and small. I acknowledge my expertise in any other relevant area other than advertising is severely limited.
Back on topic, looks like only four planned services today , this in our busy period!
Where have our pilots gone!