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Report: Qatar Airways fires pilots involved in Miami takeoff incident

Old 10th Mar 2016, 04:06
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ME is all about $$$. That's it.
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Old 10th Mar 2016, 05:11
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Someone should write a book about the ME3 safety culture in which pilots could tell their stories.

Oh, sorry I forgot that if you stand up and identify yourself you will never get a job in an airline again - at least not in that part of the world.
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Old 10th Mar 2016, 12:57
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Were all 4 expats ?
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Old 10th Mar 2016, 14:25
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Just curious what is engine thrust rating t1?
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Old 10th Mar 2016, 22:10
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T1 is not an engine variable. It formerly referred to a temporary runway restriction in the Boeing OPT, and in the MIA case by coincidence, a taxiway/runway intersection.
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Old 11th Mar 2016, 05:40
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Wow, that was close. Its good to know that the crew and pax all survived.
Everything else is secondary.
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Old 27th Mar 2016, 18:11
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The culture in lots of companies in the gulf is to depart from intersections, as they assume that they will save fuel, although lots of times they end up holding at the intersection?? Use the full length of the runway. period.
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Old 28th Mar 2016, 12:19
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Tarik, the amount of times I have seen someone waiting for a slot at the full length hold point and I have gone ahead of them from the intersection far outweighs your scenario. There are also some places without full length taxiways (permanently or just with WIP) where a backtrack would cost you a departure opportunity in a gap of arrivals. Far, far better to plan on intersection and use full length if there is no time penalty. It's called "flexibility", and comes under the general guise of "airmanship" and "planning".
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Old 28th Mar 2016, 14:21
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Tarik... Why use full length, period? If the performance allows you'll find you have so much more operational flexibility. After all, V1 is V1 is V1 no matter how much tarmac you've got!!!

Just make damn sure you are using the correct data and the correct intersection...
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