The New Terminal B Gates In Salt Lake Are So Far That Passengers Have Resorted To Roller Blading – MilesQuest
It’s true that Terminal B is a hike. I’ve been through SLC twice since the expansion, and I think they park the United planes at the furthest possible gates.
JUBILEE PARTY AT UNITED CLUB LONDON HEATHROW – Live and Let’s Fly
Very cool even United Airlines is celebrating this. I would expect British Airways to roll out the red carpet. It’s quite the milestone for Queen Elizabeth II!
EL AL Rep to Me: “Stop Taking Pictures” of Their Plane — Then Delete Images I Already Shot
I know Israeli security is crazy, but this borders on ridiculous. Exterior photo of a Boeing 787? C’mon.
Only once have I been asked to not take photos while aboard an aircraft. KLM crew also warned me about taking photos that include other people, which has to do with EU law/regulations. Never have I been stopped from taking photos of planes from inside an airport.
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I had the same thing happen to me about ten years ago trying to take a picture of an El Al at LAX.
Interesting. Crazy how tight their security is.
Nah. I had Skywest flights last year that had to walk ramps just to get inside the far end of B terminal. And that’s after the bus from the plane. They’ve got the longest walk (and they literally partner with DL, how sad is that?)
Skywest is also a United partner, which is who I flew last to SLC, I believe.
Thought it was a decent guess, though. Maybe it’s all SkyWest flights, no matter who they are contracted by?
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