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Forum: Tech Log
15th Feb 2021, 16:17
Replies: 16
Views: 3,576
Posted By tcasblue

Anybody Referencing the MEL in Flight

Some seem to like to call it a dispatch document only and of no use once airborne. I certainly think it can have some useful information. But little can be found about this.

But I did read this in...
8th Feb 2021, 21:36
Replies: 0
Views: 575
Posted By tcasblue

Nippon Cargo 747-8 Tailstrike on Landing

NCA B747-8F suffers tail-strike at Tokyo-Narita (scramble.nl)...
7th Feb 2021, 23:27
Replies: 90
Views: 45,936
Posted By tcasblue

Is it remotely possible the the OP just so...

Is it remotely possible the the OP just so happens to conveniently remain fully paid if his idea is put into play.

Perhaps he would he be willing to join a volunteer redundancy list to help...
24th Jan 2021, 02:08
Replies: 9
Views: 5,544
Posted By tcasblue

Strange Requirement for Pilot Job

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Copilot Boeing (m/f) - Seasonal

Main duties: Participate in offering a first...
Forum: North America
22nd Jan 2021, 15:17
Replies: 0
Views: 393
Posted By tcasblue

New York Approach and Departure Corridors

Detailed New York City Approach / Departure Flight Paths Joseph Gunn Writing (wordpress.com) (https://josephgunnwriting.wordpress.com/detailed-new-york-city-approach-departure-flight-paths/)
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Forum: Tech Log
17th Jan 2021, 22:48
Replies: 11
Views: 1,932
Posted By tcasblue

I flew the civilian version, officially an L-382.

I flew the civilian version, officially an L-382.
Forum: Tech Log
17th Jan 2021, 02:13
Replies: 52
Views: 6,991
Posted By tcasblue

When you are doing your captain upgrade on the...

When you are doing your captain upgrade on the A320 in a company with a high candidate failure rate and they are giving you low speed engine failures, I suggest having the feet up. Then you can...
Forum: Tech Log
16th Jan 2021, 15:24
Replies: 11
Views: 1,932
Posted By tcasblue

But no reverse is allowed for calculations. So...

But no reverse is allowed for calculations. So would it just be the air-braking effect of the prop blades, the way the Dart engine used ground fine for normal landings.
Forum: Tech Log
16th Jan 2021, 03:31
Replies: 11
Views: 1,932
Posted By tcasblue

Thinking back about it now, up to 30 knots...

Thinking back about it now, up to 30 knots sometimes between V1 and Vr on the 747. On the C130....they were always fairly close together. Not sure about the comparison for min V1 vs Vr though.
Forum: Tech Log
3rd Jan 2021, 14:41
Replies: 52
Views: 6,991
Posted By tcasblue

There is also no mention in the FCTM that VMCG is...

There is also no mention in the FCTM that VMCG is invalid as soon as there is a crosswind. Even when we did one engine inoperative takeoff training in the sim on another 4 engine type I flew, no...
Forum: Tech Log
3rd Jan 2021, 14:33
Replies: 52
Views: 6,991
Posted By tcasblue

I don't remember anything about nosewheel...

I don't remember anything about nosewheel steering becoming disconnected from rudder pedal input on the 747. That was on the Airbus if I remember correctly......at least the narrowbodies.

Even if...
1st Jan 2021, 19:19
Replies: 30
Views: 10,098
Posted By tcasblue

Interesting video created by the local news here...

Interesting video created by the local news here about it.

已婚副機師檢疫期約砲 長榮證實:違反防疫確定免職 | 蘋果新聞網 | 蘋果日報 (appledaily.com) (https://tw.appledaily.com/life/20201229/C4SK3SXB3BE7XIIGEHCQPBBA5Q/)
Forum: Tech Log
28th Dec 2020, 17:50
Replies: 3
Views: 1,575
Posted By tcasblue

While I did say 'reasonable amount of movements...

While I did say 'reasonable amount of movements overall", as opposed to on a foggy day. I take note of what you are implying. I was just curious if this is something that anyone here has done at an...
Forum: Tech Log
25th Dec 2020, 17:06
Replies: 3
Views: 1,575
Posted By tcasblue

Driving the Runway

The quoted paragraph is from an accident report that happened at Blackbushe almost 20 years ago. I was just curious if getting a drive along the runway is something that can be done at airports like...
25th Dec 2020, 14:49
Replies: 30
Views: 10,098
Posted By tcasblue

krismiler I think you will find that the...

krismiler

I think you will find that the Kiwis are good people who follow the rules in foreign countries. But some people who come from other countries into places like NZ for a new life(because...
21st Dec 2020, 02:19
Replies: 0
Views: 923
Posted By tcasblue

Why not request a block

Especially these days with little traffic around, a block of airspace can be quite easy to get and be handy to have when expecting some significant turbulence. Then if there is a delay in obtaining...
18th Dec 2020, 03:01
Replies: 22
Views: 7,932
Posted By tcasblue

Been a long time since this happened but I...

Been a long time since this happened but I thought I might resurrect the thread with a report.

No evidence of engine malfunction or anything wrong with the aircraft. The takeoff roll was much...
14th Dec 2020, 06:46
Replies: 1,330
Views: 518,534
Posted By tcasblue

It was moved there by some sort of force. Check...

It was moved there by some sort of force. Check your killer items.
14th Dec 2020, 05:25
Replies: 1,330
Views: 518,534
Posted By tcasblue

It should be obvious to any King Air pilot doing...

It should be obvious to any King Air pilot doing the final check of their killer items just before takeoff that the rudder trim is out of place. One simply has to look. Check out this picture from...
13th Dec 2020, 23:51
Replies: 1,330
Views: 518,534
Posted By tcasblue

I'm not assuming anything. I am just recommending...

I'm not assuming anything. I am just recommending something. Something that would likely have prevented many crashes, including all of the ones mentioned in the report that involved serviceable...
13th Dec 2020, 23:11
Replies: 1,330
Views: 518,534
Posted By tcasblue

I simply have a method to ensure takeoff with the...

I simply have a method to ensure takeoff with the rudder trim selector at the proper indication. This will cover 99.999999%(yes that is a guess) of situations where the rudder trim system is working...
13th Dec 2020, 22:13
Replies: 1,330
Views: 518,534
Posted By tcasblue

I don't have a theory on that. I just have an...

I don't have a theory on that. I just have an idea on how to be 100% sure to not takeoff with the rudder trim indicator improperly set, even if one mishandles the checklist.
13th Dec 2020, 18:42
Replies: 1,330
Views: 518,534
Posted By tcasblue

A little late to this thread which is very long....

A little late to this thread which is very long. But I read through every post and the entire accident report. This sort of accident happens every once in a while. As the report mentioned, there was...
Forum: Tech Log
27th Nov 2020, 14:20
Replies: 3
Views: 878
Posted By tcasblue

PT-6 Torque Limiting

To quote for another thread, " if i see Speed decreasing and a building coming up my flight path, "I" would put the Thottles ( Presumed both Donkeys working) to the Forward Stop. This will provide...
Forum: Tech Log
27th Nov 2020, 14:18
Replies: 3
Views: 690
Posted By tcasblue

Have been to CDG a few times and I know they have...

Have been to CDG a few times and I know they have some different terminology. Have never heard the term 'History Landing'. Has anyone else?
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