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27th Sep 2007, 00:49
Replies: 356
Views: 102,242
Posted By pira

It is clear that there was no safety margin in...

It is clear that there was no safety margin in the maneuver, specially for an airline pilot that normally operates within the company's SOP.
But if you want to see a really fly by, check the last...
7th Aug 2007, 08:17
Replies: 28
Views: 4,317
Posted By pira

I agree that everything is relative. Fair...

I agree that everything is relative.
Fair Enough!
6th Aug 2007, 16:00
Replies: 28
Views: 4,317
Posted By pira

Before moving to SE Asia I got a job in a...

Before moving to SE Asia I got a job in a corporate aircraft. I flew to bangalore a few times and stayed there for about 3 to 4 days. As you all said, people are very friendly there and really want...
5th Aug 2007, 22:06
Replies: 28
Views: 4,317
Posted By pira

With all the respect to the people from the sub...

With all the respect to the people from the sub continent we must be honest and say that is crap. Everything is below any reasonable standard and if you are expecting anything other than this, you...
1st Aug 2007, 07:44
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

hetfield, Thank you for the clarification!:D ...

hetfield,
Thank you for the clarification!:D
But if the normal thrust lever positions are in CLB (during approach), it means that the engines will accelerate to CLB thrust every time the auto...
31st Jul 2007, 20:41
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

Nada1234, you wrote a valid post for all Boeing...

Nada1234,
you wrote a valid post for all Boeing guys like me, but I want to explain you the difference.
1) If the A/T is OFF and I don't retard the thrust lever, the engine will continue to produce...
31st Jul 2007, 13:18
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

Hi James7, thanks for the comments. You are right...

Hi James7, thanks for the comments. You are right regarding the old generation (737-2, 727, 737-3, etc...), but I currently fly the B777 and the A/T stays ON ALL the TIME up to touchdown, the same...
31st Jul 2007, 11:16
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

You guys can update me on this, but from what I...

You guys can update me on this, but from what I understood, the Airbus Buletim about selecting both thrust levers to reverse even with one reverser inoperative was released after the accident, At...
31st Jul 2007, 11:12
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

Discountinvestigator, from what I've heard from...

Discountinvestigator,
from what I've heard from friends in TAM, we are talking about "option 1". Apparently this information was leaked to some senators who are peforming a parallel investigation...
31st Jul 2007, 11:01
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

Scurvy, if you have 2 captains in the flight...

Scurvy,
if you have 2 captains in the flight deck, one must be instructor because he is certified to operate in both seats, so he can seat on the right. The other captain was a new hire and had to...
30th Jul 2007, 09:10
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

Nigel, I agree with you regarding the HF issue....

Nigel,
I agree with you regarding the HF issue. It is definately the major factor. I do disagree when you say it is against all instincts to leave one thrust lever and retard the other one. It...
30th Jul 2007, 07:56
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

Nigel, you could select idle thrust in one...

Nigel,
you could select idle thrust in one engine while the other was above idle in a Boeing Aircraft, but what you would never see is one engine trying to maintain Vapp after touchdown.
However,...
30th Jul 2007, 07:46
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

PJ2, in all Boeing Aircraft the autothrottle...

PJ2,
in all Boeing Aircraft the autothrottle system moves the throttles to iddle at about 27ft RA, unless you disconected the system prior to it. If you disconect the system and don't move the...
30th Jul 2007, 02:21
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

But, if the Auto Thrust was disengaged, how the...

But, if the Auto Thrust was disengaged, how the thrust in the right engine increased? The maximum it could have happend would be have the engine at the same thrust it was prior to the auto thrust...
29th Jul 2007, 23:41
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

Sl4yer, for me it is not logic to have the...

Sl4yer,
for me it is not logic to have the autothrust still on after touchdown, but I realize we are talking about two different phylosofies (Boeing and Airbus), but having one engine on reverse...
29th Jul 2007, 22:50
Replies: 2,761
Views: 599,401
Posted By pira

I don't fly airbus, so my apologies for the...

I don't fly airbus, so my apologies for the ignorance. I just read that the FDR information was leaked to a major magazine in Brazil. The results are:
1) ACFT crossed landing RWY at the correct...
Replies: 21
Views: 2,375
Posted By pira

Hi, I got some of my licenses at ADP back in...

Hi,
I got some of my licenses at ADP back in 1995. Ari David Lapin is his full name.
I got a very nice instructor there, but found the school messy. The plane was never available and that big book...
Forum: Tech Log
21st Jul 2006, 10:57
Replies: 16
Views: 1,704
Posted By pira

that's it!!!Good Job:D In my previous post I...

that's it!!!Good Job:D
In my previous post I was refering to the approach phase.In all other phases, like you said, A/T should be ON, regardless if A/P ON or OFF.
Cheers
21st Jul 2006, 08:50
Replies: 56
Views: 25,187
Posted By pira

DownIn3Green, not quite right what you said, at...

DownIn3Green,
not quite right what you said, at least fot the B777-300.
If you have a tail strike without the "Tail Strike" on the EICAS, you can continue to destination (according to Boeing...
Forum: Tech Log
21st Jul 2006, 08:31
Replies: 16
Views: 1,704
Posted By pira

Boeing has changed the procedure and it is...

Boeing has changed the procedure and it is clearly written in the FCTM that they recomend "ALL ON" or "ALL OFF", therefore no arm mode during manual flight.
Cheers
20th Jul 2006, 13:33
Replies: 2
Views: 945
Posted By pira

Hi, if I'm correct, Global Express is the type...

Hi,
if I'm correct, Global Express is the type of the ACFT (Large Buz jet), not the name of the company.Try to figure it out.
Cheers
29th Jun 2006, 07:01
Replies: 6
Views: 684
Posted By pira

Thank you guys, it's really pretty strange. ...

Thank you guys,
it's really pretty strange.
I'm sure my laptop wireless device is working fine once I can connect normally in my home (using wireless).I do use the cable in some hotels that offer...
27th Jun 2006, 17:14
Replies: 6
Views: 684
Posted By pira

Saab, Thanks for the reply.Yes I've used this...

Saab,
Thanks for the reply.Yes I've used this laptop before but now I'm getting this problem.It started when someone configured it to my wireless network in my home.Regarding to your questions, I...
27th Jun 2006, 14:53
Replies: 6
Views: 684
Posted By pira

Wireless Connection

Hi guys,

normally I take my laptop on my layovers, but I've been experiencing something strange.
My laptop connects to the available wireless but I'm unable to open the explorer.It shows me the...
25th Jun 2006, 15:35
Replies: 151
Views: 43,218
Posted By pira

MonK, as I said before, those things were...

MonK,
as I said before, those things were difficult to me, the culture change was too much for me and for many others.
The fact they are selfish, sorry for the word, but is a FACT! They just don't...
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