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3rd Feb 2022, 09:08
Replies: 40
Views: 6,965
Posted By The The

Yeah right, Scomo has a real knack for reading...

Yeah right, Scomo has a real knack for reading the room. Lol!
25th Jan 2022, 09:44
Replies: 9,656
Views: 1,596,173
Posted By The The

Politicians are exempt exempt from inbound...

Politicians are exempt exempt from inbound restrictions but must still do 2wks home quarantine. If Marko does that at his home, his whole family has to quarantine as well.
27th Aug 2021, 01:06
Replies: 272
Views: 54,556
Posted By The The

It does matter to many of those who have good...

It does matter to many of those who have good secondary jobs they will be forced to give up. QF will call all A330 and 787 crew back in preparation for international opening up in December. The is a...
23rd Aug 2021, 06:39
Replies: 1,268
Views: 226,611
Posted By The The

I have heard that you cannot be sacked for...

I have heard that you cannot be sacked for refusing the vax, but can be made compulsory redundant. Anyone know if this is the case and whether it would trigger CR as per the agreement?
16th Aug 2021, 10:14
Replies: 9,656
Views: 1,596,173
Posted By The The

Without realising you are participating in the...

Without realising you are participating in the clinical trials - as the control group. Lol!
5th Aug 2021, 11:49
Replies: 689
Views: 204,151
Posted By The The

Outsourcing such a large portion of the workforce...

Outsourcing such a large portion of the workforce is nothing more than an affirmation of the failure of management and leadership. Inspired leaders take their workers on a journey to success, where...
8th Jul 2021, 03:23
Replies: 9,656
Views: 1,596,173
Posted By The The

I'd be more than happy to see vaccination focused...

I'd be more than happy to see vaccination focused where most needed. Each state keep very limited Pfizer to continue front line or vulnerable vaccinations and pour the rest into Sydney. Get the...
4th Apr 2021, 03:54
Replies: 689
Views: 204,151
Posted By The The

There is no way International flights (above...

There is no way International flights (above current repatriation flight) will be ramping up in October. This was all predicated on having the vaccine rollout completed by end October. The vaccine...
14th Jan 2021, 11:30
Replies: 9,656
Views: 1,596,173
Posted By The The

Yes it's unbelievable the way McGowan is...

Yes it's unbelievable the way McGowan is behaving, WA is riding on luck that an outbreak hasn't happened, they are doing nothing special and the population is ulatra-lax. Its a time bomb and he may...
2nd Jan 2021, 05:42
Replies: 2,529
Views: 1,008,092
Posted By The The

We look after a severely immunocompromised close...

We look after a severely immunocompromised close family member, if I am forced to stand up that will result in travel to anywhere there is community transmission and/or involves subsequent...
31st Dec 2020, 05:55
Replies: 9,656
Views: 1,596,173
Posted By The The

Was hoping 2021 might be looking good at least...

Was hoping 2021 might be looking good at least domestically. With the current outbreaks and a more contagious strain spreading worldwide, I think we can pretty much write-off at least the first 6mths...
20th Dec 2020, 11:04
Replies: 71
Views: 24,875
Posted By The The

Are returning Australian based international crew...

Are returning Australian based international crew COVID tested, or regularly tested?
28th Aug 2020, 00:53
Replies: 2,529
Views: 1,008,092
Posted By The The

That is because Tino and QF believe the A380/B787...

That is because Tino and QF believe the A380/B787 pilots can be stood down long after any COVID restrictions are removed. They will happily sit by the phone for up to 3yrs and then one day QF will...
30th May 2020, 02:26
Replies: 9,656
Views: 1,596,173
Posted By The The

Western Australia and New Zealand are to be the...

Western Australia and New Zealand are to be the first to open up the Trans Tasman bubble. Large number of expat NZ'ers in WA and big immediate tourism potential for both sides, winter skiing in NZ...
10th Mar 2020, 11:14
Replies: 31
Views: 16,941
Posted By The The

AJ holds 2,980,810 shares with a 13.5c dividend...

AJ holds 2,980,810 shares with a 13.5c dividend payable on 9 April. So he’ll be getting a dividend cheque for $402,409.00. That should see him through until 30 June.
31st Mar 2017, 07:42
Replies: 3,059
Views: 2,720,206
Posted By The The

Those now A330 Captains were also very fortunate...

Those now A330 Captains were also very fortunate that the A380 FO RIN process enabled them to get A330 Commands out of seniority. The lottery doesn't end at day 1!
18th Oct 2016, 02:19
Replies: 10
Views: 9,917
Posted By The The

Very sad news. Fly through the sky Ross. ...

Very sad news. Fly through the sky Ross.

http://youtu.be/xv_DG_k9q2k
15th Sep 2016, 11:57
Replies: 27
Views: 10,921
Posted By The The

"Track direct to SOSIJ, max speed, cancel speed...

"Track direct to SOSIJ, max speed, cancel speed restrictions."

Gotta love that one!
26th Aug 2016, 10:58
Replies: 30
Views: 14,962
Posted By The The

Only those that signed off on the 18mth pay...

Only those that signed off on the 18mth pay freeze get the bonus. Short haul mainline cabin crew still have signed off on an EBA with the pay freeze, so they are currently ineligible for this years...
10th Jul 2016, 05:14
Replies: 28
Views: 12,997
Posted By The The

Yep! I would have done that. A pan call which...

Yep! I would have done that. A pan call which will activate on site emergency services. Better to have them there ready than later wishing you'd given them notice. Give me a single reason why it...
9th May 2016, 11:46
Replies: 42
Views: 19,131
Posted By The The

Maybe, maybe not? Virgin pilots failed...

Maybe, maybe not?

Virgin pilots failed plane-check duties - smh.com.au (http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2003/03/05/1046826438511.html)
4th May 2016, 04:41
Replies: 30
Views: 17,826
Posted By The The

The Airbus could probably do with some tweaks...

The Airbus could probably do with some tweaks given the similarities between the two crashes.

In the AirAsia crash, the "dual input" warning was totally suppressed by the continuous "stall"...
18th Apr 2016, 15:47
Replies: 310
Views: 225,230
Posted By The The

No doubt there will be a significant flow on...

No doubt there will be a significant flow on effect. Domestic demand taking a big hit coupled with the International flow on effect of decreasing short term fuel price gains, will have a big...
23rd Mar 2016, 02:37
Replies: 42
Views: 20,309
Posted By The The

Pot, kettle, black!

Pot, kettle, black!
7th Mar 2016, 07:45
Replies: 310
Views: 225,230
Posted By The The

Perth - Hong Kong next!

Perth - Hong Kong next!
31st Dec 2015, 03:03
Replies: 64
Views: 23,427
Posted By The The

Seriously Mr Crowe, you earn how many millions...

Seriously Mr Crowe, you earn how many millions every year?

Wouldn't it have been a really nice Xmas gesture to have said to the check-in person (who would not make in a year, what you make in a...
10th Dec 2015, 13:13
Replies: 20
Views: 14,784
Posted By The The

I hear there is some talk about a B777-8 and B737...

I hear there is some talk about a B777-8 and B737 MAX combo meal deal? Are Boeing a bit concerned the QF domestic fleet might go A320/321 NEO in the years to come and would like to lock in Boeing as...
9th Aug 2015, 00:47
Replies: 702
Views: 285,113
Posted By The The

Surely if the board has signed off on a purchase,...

Surely if the board has signed off on a purchase, then an announcement to the market would directly follow? ASIC rules and all that?
2nd Aug 2015, 03:04
Replies: 702
Views: 285,113
Posted By The The

There will be no short course for NG to 787. In...

There will be no short course for NG to 787. In fact the course will be longer as we all know shorthaul know nothing about international flying or big jets:ugh:
18th Jul 2015, 11:26
Replies: 2
Views: 2,469
Posted By The The

Wow! Potentially the biggest change to the...

Wow! Potentially the biggest change to the Australian Aviation Industry in a generation and not a single reply? really?

This is an agreement being negotiated by governments, behind closed doors...
7th Jul 2015, 09:34
Replies: 2
Views: 2,469
Posted By The The

Trade in Services Agreement - Aviation

This one seems to passing by with very little attention in the aviation industry.

From wikileaks, it looks like some big changes possible in liberalisation and deregulation of the Air Transport...
17th Jun 2015, 05:10
Replies: 702
Views: 285,113
Posted By The The

EBA time again? Just sign the deal and we...

EBA time again? Just sign the deal and we promise, new metal on the way!:ugh:
31st May 2015, 04:44
Replies: 702
Views: 285,113
Posted By The The

Comparing the 787 to A330 on an MEL/LAX/SYD seems...

Comparing the 787 to A330 on an MEL/LAX/SYD seems a bit silly as the A330 doesn't do it.

The best comparison would be to look at a complete proposed roster of what the 787 will likely do (LAX, DFW...
22nd Mar 2015, 09:31
Replies: 303
Views: 115,011
Posted By The The

Classic! I guess the optimal fleet plan in the...

Classic! I guess the optimal fleet plan in the short term is zero!
8th Feb 2015, 09:44
Replies: 310
Views: 181,715
Posted By The The

Therein lies the problem when you start chopping...

Therein lies the problem when you start chopping chunks out of the award, the result can be much much worse for a significant number of pilots and also the Company with rising fatigue/health/sickness...
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