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The Russian tall ship Pallada, owned by the Far Eastern State Technical Fishing University, dropped anchored at Canada’s Port of Victoria on Friday, ITAR-TASS reports.
On July 1, the ship set out on an expedition dedicated to the 270th anniversary of the discovery of Russian America by Russian sailors and to the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s first space flight. The Pallada has already called at Alaska’s ports of Kodiak and Sitka and now has reached a third port on its route along North American lands that Russian seafarers discovered and developed in the middle of the 17th century.
Victoria is the capital of British Columbia, Canada, and is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island off Canada's Pacific coast. The city has a population of about 345,000 and since May 25, 1990 it has been a sister city of Russia’s Far Eastern Khabarovsk.
The local authorities say they will accord a hearty welcome. The Pallada’s crew and cadets will visit a number of museums in the city, and meet with members of the Victoria-Khabarovsk friendship association, the Whitehall Spirit sailing club, and other professional associations of sailors.
The Pallada will leave Victoria on August 7 or 8 to further head for the ports of San Francisco and Los Angeles, and then for Honolulu, on the Hawaiian Islands, and for Japan.
The Pallada sailing ship, built in 1989 in Poland’s Gdansk, is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the fastest sailing ship. It can reach a speed of more than 18 knots. Now the ship is used to train cadets and to take part in international regattas and festivals. Over the twenty years of its history, the sailing ship has made 109 voyages, called at 101 ports in 35 countries and trained more than 12,000 cadets from all over Russia.
Russkiy Mir Foundation Information Service
United 83 at Los Angeles
I have just arrived from Washington Dulles on board this aircraft, having enjoyed some great views of the American West on the way.
Flight 83 will continue to Honolulu, though with a change of aircraft; the Airbus fleet at United does not operate overwater services.
United is notorious for using a shared flight number between two different flights that can be lumped as "continuous," even when using different equipment; too many passengers get a rude surprise, having expected a same-plane one-stop direct flight. And Mileage Plus members, if taking both legs of the "same" flight, nevertheless get credited for one through flight rather than two separate segments, with mileage calculated for the Great Circle distance between origin and destination without accounting for the intermediate stop.
This aircraft, built in 2002, is one of the youngest in the United fleet, arriving at a time when the airline was reeling from the dot-com bust at its San Francisco hub, decreased travel demand post 9/11, and a bad aftertaste from labor unrests of 2000 and 2001. United declared bankruptcy later that year, and no more new aircraft arrived after 2002; outstanding A320 orders were indefinitely deferred. No new orders were placed either until late 2009. An airline that had once prided itself on state-of-the-art aircraft, and even launched countless brand-new models, now runs one of the most outdated fleets in the business. Only the 2010 merger with Continental Airlines, and the delivery of some Boeing 737-800s previously ordered by Continental, allowed United to have factory-new aircraft in its fleet again without having to wait until 2016.
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