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8th Oct 2019, 15:25
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Posted By Maninthebar

To be honest, I'm not so sold on this angle - too...

To be honest, I'm not so sold on this angle - too many big businesses in Europe (and worldwide) are dependant on the continued health of Boeing whether it is manufacturing bits or simply flying the...
8th Oct 2019, 14:47
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Posted By Maninthebar

....and a great dependance on the outcomes of the...

....and a great dependance on the outcomes of the Accident Reports.
8th Oct 2019, 14:31
Replies: 31
Views: 13,003
Posted By Maninthebar

We really REALLY need to stop blaming women for...

We really REALLY need to stop blaming women for men's bad behaviour
29th Sep 2019, 13:09
Replies: 72
Views: 31,233
Posted By Maninthebar

One might ask the same question of the Runaway...

One might ask the same question of the Runaway Trim procedure
27th Sep 2019, 14:42
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Posted By Maninthebar

Was that Florence?

Was that Florence?
27th Sep 2019, 06:43
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Posted By Maninthebar

For the avoidance of doubt and for the benefit of...

For the avoidance of doubt and for the benefit of other readers - can you confirm then that the smaller trim wheel in the NG and the MAX works fine and that you have used it successfully in air...
23rd Sep 2019, 14:34
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Posted By Maninthebar

....and when one of your prior warnings is UAS

....and when one of your prior warnings is UAS
23rd Sep 2019, 09:21
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Posted By Maninthebar

Don't imagine that the FAA will have pulled these...

Don't imagine that the FAA will have pulled these authorities out of a hat
Canada - because the North American airspace is a contained environment in which a large number MAX flights can take pace...
23rd Sep 2019, 08:37
Replies: 166
Views: 248,108
Posted By Maninthebar

These 'rules' do not prevent governments...

These 'rules' do not prevent governments providing transitional support to companies, indeed MANY (?most) EU members have done so from time to time. It has been the UK govt's choice NOT to do so in...
23rd Sep 2019, 08:07
Replies: 166
Views: 248,108
Posted By Maninthebar

...less than the cost of keeping the business...

...less than the cost of keeping the business running indefinitely
23rd Sep 2019, 07:38
Replies: 43
Views: 35,172
Posted By Maninthebar

Do you know any lawyers? The ones I know care...

Do you know any lawyers? The ones I know care about their jobs, certainly, but care more for doing their jobs WELL and in so doing getting the best results for their clients.

We should not be...
18th Sep 2019, 15:47
Replies: 9
Views: 6,863
Posted By Maninthebar

We get a buzz out of it

We get a buzz out of it
16th Sep 2019, 08:45
Replies: 38
Views: 20,428
Posted By Maninthebar

Fair point and perhaps I was being facile, but...

Fair point and perhaps I was being facile, but absolutely soluble at machine level. If it was important to my car then it would probably take the data from some 'nearest weather station'. METAR are...
16th Sep 2019, 08:26
Replies: 38
Views: 20,428
Posted By Maninthebar

I appreciate that airborne systems need a degree...

I appreciate that airborne systems need a degree of safety, development and security not applicable to domestic devices BUT my car knows:

how heavy it is (and adjusts brake pressure accordingly)...
13th Sep 2019, 14:21
Replies: 51
Views: 31,562
Posted By Maninthebar

....because Boeing philosophy is to give haptic...

....because Boeing philosophy is to give haptic feedback to the PF, whereas Airbus does not. So if that feedback is expected then it must be given.
13th Sep 2019, 07:28
Replies: 3,091
Views: 2,691,030
Posted By Maninthebar

Dave I think you have made the...

Dave

I think you have made the (understandable) assumption that the current design is optimised for output v input force.

I suspect the truth is that this is but one part of the calculation(s)...
12th Sep 2019, 20:36
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Posted By Maninthebar

For as long as manual trim is referenced as a...

For as long as manual trim is referenced as a risk management tool in memory items, QRH, checklists, manuals or ADs then it will need to be useable by flight crew.

Either it is necessary or it is...
12th Sep 2019, 10:26
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Posted By Maninthebar

.....and it's not only SWA who are suffering for...

.....and it's not only SWA who are suffering for the lack of MAX deliveries
12th Sep 2019, 08:17
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Posted By Maninthebar

We now know what the requirements for...

We now know what the requirements for re-certification are from EASA, I am not aware of a similar structured presentation from the FAA. Perhaps they are similar.

If not, then we might reasonably...
6th Sep 2019, 07:27
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Views: 2,691,030
Posted By Maninthebar

This is an existential question for the MAX. If...

This is an existential question for the MAX. If regulators are not going to be satisfied with a mitigation through intervention of another system (owing to the possibility of failure of that system)...
3rd Sep 2019, 15:37
Replies: 105
Views: 112,185
Posted By Maninthebar

Errrrr how will you are not aware of it if you...

Errrrr how will you are not aware of it if you are not aware of it?
29th Aug 2019, 08:22
Replies: 3,091
Views: 2,691,030
Posted By Maninthebar

I suspect that our legal friends are looking...

I suspect that our legal friends are looking forward to testing the meaning of such words as "reasonable" and "force majeur"
23rd Aug 2019, 10:39
Replies: 3,091
Views: 2,691,030
Posted By Maninthebar

That's not really Schroedinger - that would be a...

That's not really Schroedinger - that would be a pilot with both extreme skills and no skills at all who'd only crystalise into one state when faced with an emergency

I think you have Heissenberg...
22nd Aug 2019, 09:00
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Posted By Maninthebar

Er no. The formation of the hydrocarbon...

Er no.

The formation of the hydrocarbon deposits from which human activity extracts and refines petroleum products started millions of years ago (pedantry ought to be accurate to 10^3 no?)

When...
21st Aug 2019, 07:49
Replies: 3,091
Views: 2,691,030
Posted By Maninthebar

Economic theory says that there are ALWAYS...

Economic theory says that there are ALWAYS workers available - full employment is never achieved. There will always be a number of people in transition (at least) between jobs. There will also be...
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