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How did Delta Air LInes awaken 570 dormant aircraft?

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Airlines parked planes for months much like athletes going on injured reserve in baseball or football. Players have to go through extensive rehabilitation and so do these planes to get them ready to return to the field of competition. (www.freightwaves.com) Daha Fazlası...

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rebomar
rebomar 8
Why list a source that requires one to sign-up. I don't need anymore junk on my emails.
jmadunleavy
John D 4
Curious, I was able to read the piece just fine. No sign-up or paywall encountered.
ekulisch
Yeah, our system seems inconsistent. Sometimes asks for free sign up/registration, other times not.
geharper
Gary Harper 2
Why require the sign up/registration at all??
marcusangelus
The first time I accessed the article, I was not asked to sign up. The second time I accessed the article (after reading these comments) I was asked to sign up. Perhaps it is based on past contact or random chance?
charlie02vy
It was a VERY BIG Alarm clock......
gjk0506
G Keane 4
Why would you list a source that require you to sign up for all their promotional emails to read that 1 article. don't list them.
JosieRojas
Josie Rojas 3
I didn’t have to sign up!
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John Yarno 2
No signup required here either.
geharper
Gary Harper 2
I also was required to sign in or join to read the article.
MichaelHale
MichaelHale 1
I could read the article with no sign-up. One wonders what the difference is? One assumes it is not whether you are a Flightaware member.
HarrySchluderberg
Thank you, CCP. The world doesn’t appreciate your generous contribution to global misery.
srobak
srobak 2
Certainly no small feat. It took 2 years at 14 hours a day for us to bring Wise Guy (B-52) back into service after hibernation... and that was just to get it into the air. It still had another 18 months of upgrades make it mission ready.
geharper
Gary Harper 2
My trust in these sites that require me to sign in or join, goes down the drain.
bobbolew
Interesting reminder of the complexity of running an airline.
SkyAware123
SkyAware123 1
well jeez, yeah, duh, if you strip parts of parked planes it's going to take a while to get it back running. But if you park it , drain the fuel, seal all openings and charge batteries once in a while I don't see a big problem getting it back to working condition. Boeing probably knows a thing or two about storing them. overhyped story.
rnclinardjr
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