Archives for Month: February 2017

What is a white passport and who qualifies for them?

February 4, 2017 By Airline Ticket Centre

What is a White passport?It is basically a permission that grants the US residents to reenter the country after a long stay outside the country says for an extended year of two. Whereas in a country like India, a White Passport is issued to that person who work for the Govt and travel abroad for work purpose as official representatives.Who qualifies for a White Passport? Reentry Per

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Why do airlines fly a smaller aircraft on domestic routes rather than flying wide bodied aircrafts?

February 3, 2017 By Airline Ticket Centre

Airlines match demand (ticket sales) with supply (available seats). The airline’s economic survival depends on this process, so let’s take a moment to get it right.If 1000 people want to travel, the airline will put 1000 seats on the city-pair route on that day. That means big wide-body jets, right? Well, not necessarily.Those thousand people all want to travel at different times on that d

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How are planes flown into bone yards?

February 2, 2017 By Airline Ticket Centre

Most aircraft that are no longer needed in frontline service are flown to AMARC, the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group. That's AMARG, but it was AMARC for so long that it is still mainly known by that name. The yard is attached to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base near Tucson, Arizona. You can drive much of the fence-line and I recall decades ago looking at the forest of B-52 tails and

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