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29th Jul 2019, 08:04
Replies: 230
Views: 119,500
Posted By Mike Tee

Ok I see, you mean "It's not difficult" in the...

Ok I see, you mean "It's not difficult" in the same sense as typing Glasgow is only a very tiny teeny weeny bit more difficult than typing GLA !!!!.
28th Jul 2019, 08:46
Replies: 230
Views: 119,500
Posted By Mike Tee

SEN, MCO, GLA ? As a casual but genuinely...

SEN, MCO, GLA ? As a casual but genuinely interested reader I guess that the preceding are "abreviations" of destinations and that with my limited knowledge I guess that GLA could be Glasgow, which...
3rd Jan 2019, 07:31
Replies: 18
Views: 2,406
Posted By Mike Tee

Many thanks for the replies, so then the general...

Many thanks for the replies, so then the general opinion would seem to indicate that the answer to my question is "yes". Thanks again.
1st Jan 2019, 07:40
Replies: 18
Views: 2,406
Posted By Mike Tee

High Power "Run Up" Before Take Off.

Morning all,
On numerous occasions I have seen various aircraft carry out Engine "Run Ups" to high power settings whilst holding the aircraft with the brakes. My question is would it be possible for...
24th Jan 2018, 08:01
Replies: 28
Views: 8,716
Posted By Mike Tee

Having just watched the "Sully" movie which I...

Having just watched the "Sully" movie which I must say I found to be quite entertaining I have a query which hopefully can be answered here.
Just after the birdstrike and with two dead engines Sully...
13th Jan 2018, 08:00
Replies: 24
Views: 4,497
Posted By Mike Tee

I wasn't aware of this thread so I was puzzled on...

I wasn't aware of this thread so I was puzzled on Tuesday evening (9th Jan) when I heard a very loud Prop Jet at 22.15. I even ventured outside but couldn't see anything but the noise was very...
23rd Oct 2017, 08:05
Replies: 14
Views: 3,683
Posted By Mike Tee

I have "enjoyed" being a passenger during two...

I have "enjoyed" being a passenger during two go-arounds at Nimes France. The instances where a couple of years apart and both in good daylight visibility. On both occasions our pilot explained that...
28th Mar 2017, 08:08
Replies: 14
Views: 2,733
Posted By Mike Tee

Thank you for all the replies. It does seem like...

Thank you for all the replies. It does seem like the landing gear is designed to be strong enough to take just about all that is thrown at it. Perhaps I could have been clearer in my opening post in...
20th Mar 2017, 21:06
Replies: 14
Views: 2,733
Posted By Mike Tee

Cross wind landings. U/C Stress ?

Just been watching clips of aircraft landing in "cross wind" conditions and sometimes touchdown happens with quite a large degree of "out of line with the runway". As this obviously put a great deal...
23rd Jan 2017, 15:02
Replies: 14
Views: 2,719
Posted By Mike Tee

Thank you for pointing this out Captivep. I have...

Thank you for pointing this out Captivep. I have checked with the Oxford Dictionary and by gum you are indeed correct. A novel is a fictitious tale in book form. And I just thought it was a "book"....
22nd Jan 2017, 07:28
Replies: 14
Views: 2,719
Posted By Mike Tee

Lots of good info on launching Buccaneers and...

Lots of good info on launching Buccaneers and Phantoms in Rowland White's great novel "Phoenix Squadron" which tells the story of the launch and recovery of two Buccaneers from Ark Royal as she...
3rd Jan 2017, 14:35
Replies: 126
Views: 65,334
Posted By Mike Tee

In the mid nineties whilst working out of...

In the mid nineties whilst working out of Escravos, Nigeria I recall that an F27 left the paved area with the port gear whilst turning off the runway. The wheel bogged down in the very wet earth. The...
14th Oct 2016, 18:52
Replies: 2,038
Views: 597,390
Posted By Mike Tee

Dear Robert -Ryan, my scenario, as you probably...

Dear Robert -Ryan, my scenario, as you probably well know is just a made up description of a possible event, But to boldy say that the Hawk would have "got in" is indeed presumptive in the extreme....
14th Oct 2016, 15:08
Replies: 2,038
Views: 597,390
Posted By Mike Tee

It may indeed seem a bizarre post to anyone who...

It may indeed seem a bizarre post to anyone who was not directly affected by the awful mind numbing racket caused by Skydive St George as their aircraft climbed at high power settings in "our"...
14th Oct 2016, 07:36
Replies: 2,038
Views: 597,390
Posted By Mike Tee

Just back from three weeks holiday hence a rather...

Just back from three weeks holiday hence a rather belated post to the fantastic news that Skydive St George and their horrible plane have moved on. We do feel pity for the good folk around Shotton...
29th Aug 2016, 07:11
Replies: 22
Views: 6,883
Posted By Mike Tee

Many thanks for the interesting replies and leads...

Many thanks for the interesting replies and leads and also thanks Munster. I know I had posted the same question before but could not recall just when so I thought if I do it again some bright spark...
28th Aug 2016, 07:31
Replies: 22
Views: 6,883
Posted By Mike Tee

Benbecula VC10

Many years ago I recall reading an article in an aviation magazine which mentioned that a VC10 (presumably RAF) made an approach and either a touch and go or a landing at Benbecula. The article even...
7th Aug 2016, 12:14
Replies: 58
Views: 27,335
Posted By Mike Tee

If the title of the post does not interest you....

If the title of the post does not interest you. Don't read it, easy. Thank's for posting Capt. Chambo.
31st Jan 2016, 08:28
Replies: 5
Views: 1,581
Posted By Mike Tee

Teesside Runways ?

I'm prompted by the thread about the now defunct runway at Edinburgh to ask a similar question regarding Teesside, now Durham Tees Valley. I can recall seeing light aircraft regularly using 19/01 and...
18th Jan 2016, 12:15
Replies: 5
RVR
Views: 3,295
Posted By Mike Tee

Thanks for that. All quite clear now.

Thanks for that. All quite clear now.
17th Jan 2016, 11:39
Replies: 5
RVR
Views: 3,295
Posted By Mike Tee

RVR

Please can someone explain the following. At Durham Tees Valley Airport, KLM F70 Aircraft require 550 metres RVR (Runway Visual Range) when landing on Runway 23, whereas when landing on Runway 05 an...
18th Dec 2015, 07:30
Replies: 2
Views: 2,371
Posted By Mike Tee

Personnally I don't think the noise you refer to...

Personnally I don't think the noise you refer to indicates a thrust reduction. Could be caused by any number of things such as airflow through the engines (witness the rising and falling howl the...
17th Dec 2015, 17:21
Replies: 17
Views: 3,962
Posted By Mike Tee

That's interesting, having, on other occasions...

That's interesting, having, on other occasions seen the Rotor Brake engaged I assumed that it was a "mechanical" brake but apparently not. I do seem to recall that the unfortunate pilot who's...
17th Dec 2015, 08:21
Replies: 17
Views: 3,962
Posted By Mike Tee

Just wondering how often the Rotor Brake is...

Just wondering how often the Rotor Brake is actually applied. I recall in the mid nineties seeing a Jet Ranger parked on a platform helideck. A severe squall sprang up and in no time at all the rotor...
27th Oct 2015, 15:27
Replies: 14
Views: 3,552
Posted By Mike Tee

Smile Thank's PAXboy, that's a good idea. Dear exuw,...

Thank's PAXboy, that's a good idea.
Dear exuw, Say again, that last transmission was rather garbled.
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