Mikosz jedzie 28.10 do Seattle...

cytat.Previously Mikosz has hinted he would not rule out a switch to Airbus if LOT fails to reach a definite conclusion with Boeing regarding its widebody fleet options."We absolutely need to take a decision about the Dreamliner," says Mikosz The four 767s LOT currently operates on long-haul routes are getting old, he explains. "Boeing knows that. We will see what comes out."Mikosz also stresses aircraft options are key for LOT. If the carrier opts to exercise additional options that would allow LOT to either bolster its North America network or introduce new service to Dubai or Tokyo.LOT recently secured approval to operate up to 10 services per week to Japan. Three must be operated to Tokyo while the rest would be allotted to Osaka or Nagoya. Likening LOT's current situation to the "chicken and the egg", Mikosz asks: "What comes first the aircraft or the route?"Mikosz and LOT management are also analysing LOT's narrowbody fleet. The carrier could switch some of its older 737-400s/500s for either next generation 737s or Embraer E-195s, he says.The chief says the E-195 "has very good opinions" and is appreciated by pilots. LOT currently operates 10 E-170s and six E-175s. Mikosz refers to the E-175 specifically, explaining it matches the carrier's needs perfectly. LOT is aiming to make decision regarding the make-up of its narrowbody fleet by yearend.Mikosz also says he is keen to rid LOT of some smaller aircraft types including its six ERJ-145s and six ATR 42-500s. LOT also operates eight larger ATR-72s.
28/10/2009 15:10  
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disorder 2009-10-29 19:01   
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Kilka nowych Tutków by się przydało.
jurek 2009-10-28 21:39   
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d800: to chociaż raz podejmij meską decyzję za jaką jesteś opcją ;p
2009-10-28 21:28   
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Ja jestem baaaardzo ciekaw, na ile Jego (domniemane) walnięcie pięścią w stół będzie skuteczne... i czy cokolwiek przyniesie. Jestem za opcją...sam nie wiem jaką - z jednej strony szkoda odpuścić dreamlinery, z drugiej nie można odpuścić Boeingowi tego, co odwala.
4tech 2009-10-28 21:06   
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Może p. Miłosz coś wynegocjuje? Może jakieś bezpłatne użytkowanie 4-5 B777 do czasu dostawy B787... a jak nie to niech zrywa kontrakt bierze odszkodowanie i zapuka do drzwi Airbusa lub np. Suchoja czy tez Tupolewa:))))
humbak 2009-10-28 20:56   
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mirasie: No żadna tragedia, ale aż prawie 10 USD w tej kwocie to nasze niepotrzebne rozjazdy po ulubionej Expressway. :o)))) hihihi Jakkolwiek uważam, że wrażenia za te dodatkowe 10 USD - bezcenne! :o) Oby Mikosz nie miał tyle Tolli po drodze do Seattle. :o)
4tech 2009-10-28 20:25   
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Niom żabi skok do AC...o ile nie jest zalane fala przyplywu:)))) no i do NYC tez blisko:) a może zamiat Philadelphi może tak na Floryde?:)))
miras 2009-10-28 20:10   
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Irku, dowcip Ci się udał!!! :) Stenus, -21,00 USD za TOLLS to nie tragedia. Mogłoby być więcej gdyby przypływ trwał dłużej...
humbak 2009-10-28 19:57   
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irtonie: Buahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah!!!!!! Tylko trzeba pamiętać, aby nie nabijać za dużo tolli.
irton 2009-10-28 19:29   
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hm a z Philadelphi juz tylko express way i Atlantic City
szot 2009-10-28 18:52   
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blizz: w przypadku nowych destynacji w LO mówi się o Philadelphi (od której LO dostał ofertę obsługiwania trasy z Warszawy), Boston oraz Washington....
blizz 2009-10-28 15:13   
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Czyli, jest możliwość anulowania 787 na korzyść a330/350,W planach na nowe longhaule Mikosz wymienia więcej Ameryki, Dubaj i Tokio.Nowe 737ng lub e95.E75 jest najlepszy we flocie pod względem optymalnym Lotu
blizz 2009-10-28 15:11   
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cytat.Previously Mikosz has hinted he would not rule out a switch to Airbus if LOT fails to reach a definite conclusion with Boeing regarding its widebody fleet options."We absolutely need to take a decision about the Dreamliner," says Mikosz
The four 767s LOT currently operates on long-haul routes are getting old, he explains. "Boeing knows that. We will see what comes out."Mikosz also stresses aircraft options are key for LOT. If the carrier opts to exercise additional options that would allow LOT to either bolster its North America network or introduce new service to Dubai or Tokyo.LOT recently secured approval to operate up to 10 services per week to Japan. Three must be operated to Tokyo while the rest would be allotted to Osaka or Nagoya.
Likening LOT's current situation to the "chicken and the egg", Mikosz asks: "What comes first the aircraft or the route?"Mikosz and LOT management are also analysing LOT's narrowbody fleet. The carrier could switch some of its older 737-400s/500s for either next generation 737s or Embraer E-195s, he says.The chief says the E-195 "has very good opinions" and is appreciated by pilots. LOT currently operates 10 E-170s and six E-175s. Mikosz refers to the E-175 specifically, explaining it matches the carrier's needs perfectly. LOT is aiming to make decision regarding the make-up of its narrowbody fleet by yearend.Mikosz also says he is keen to rid LOT of some smaller aircraft types including its six ERJ-145s and six ATR 42-500s. LOT also operates eight larger ATR-72s.
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