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25th Nov 2019, 22:33
Replies: 25
Views: 14,965
Posted By Locked door

What do you think aero engine oil is made from?

What do you think aero engine oil is made from?
24th Nov 2019, 18:11
Replies: 40
Views: 18,488
Posted By Locked door

The idlers have it correct.

The idlers have it correct.
22nd Nov 2019, 18:04
Replies: 44
Views: 33,283
Posted By Locked door

You’re missing the point. On the video shot from...

You’re missing the point. On the video shot from a car the aircraft appears to be 500+ feet AGL on departure with the gear still down.
22nd Nov 2019, 16:47
Replies: 44
Views: 33,283
Posted By Locked door

Gear seemed to be down a long time on departure?

Gear seemed to be down a long time on departure?
15th Nov 2019, 15:01
Replies: 21
Views: 19,901
Posted By Locked door

Should they even have been there at all? The vis...

Should they even have been there at all? The vis looks way less than CAT 1 during the flare, is it possible they lost visual reference?

I’d love to know what RVR’s they were given during the...
11th Nov 2019, 15:08
Replies: 211
Views: 129,871
Posted By Locked door

It’s very basic organic chemistry. Each carbon...

It’s very basic organic chemistry. Each carbon atom from the fuel combines with two oxygen atoms from the air meaning the resulting waste product (CO2) is much heavier than the fuel. Likewise the...
6th Nov 2019, 15:25
Replies: 133
Views: 98,503
Posted By Locked door

Imagine you’re in what you think is a serviceable...

Imagine you’re in what you think is a serviceable aircraft (or one where you haven’t yet realised the elevators have failed) with a wildly increasing airspeed approaching Vfe for the current...
19th Oct 2019, 00:09
Replies: 834
Views: 522,109
Posted By Locked door

As long as one other pilot is qualified APIC...

As long as one other pilot is qualified APIC (Acting Pilot In Command) it’s fine. On all three pilot flights the Captain spends one third of the flight in the bunk.

LD
6th Oct 2019, 19:11
Replies: 158
Views: 96,712
Posted By Locked door

Can you back that up with some statistics please?...

Can you back that up with some statistics please? I love learning new things.
6th Oct 2019, 08:18
Replies: 158
Views: 96,712
Posted By Locked door

You are having a laugh with that last paragraph I...

You are having a laugh with that last paragraph I assume?
5th Oct 2019, 10:02
Replies: 158
Views: 96,712
Posted By Locked door

No higher volume than other busy airfields around...

No higher volume than other busy airfields around the world where the controlling is done in a calm, pleasant and constructive manner.
4th Oct 2019, 12:24
Replies: 158
Views: 96,712
Posted By Locked door

180 to 6 is just doable in a 747, as is 170 to 5...

180 to 6 is just doable in a 747, as is 170 to 5 and 160 to 4. Note this is distance to the threshold and not the actual DME reading which is often not co located and requires a headwind on approach...
2nd Sep 2019, 15:33
Replies: 103
Views: 115,319
Posted By Locked door

How can it be that the UAL failed to follow a...

How can it be that the UAL failed to follow a TCAS RA. Or have I misunderstood?

TCAS is the final barrier to a mid air collision. Not following one is insane.
18th Jun 2019, 21:12
Replies: 31
Views: 18,745
Posted By Locked door

Right up until they come up cheapest on a route...

Right up until they come up cheapest on a route you want to fly. Just like almost every other passenger.
13th Mar 2019, 17:18
Replies: 147
Views: 233,846
Posted By Locked door

Blind Pew, you obviously have an axe to grind....

Blind Pew, you obviously have an axe to grind. Whatever your motives are itís not very edifying and suggests bitterness and a lack of factual knowledge.

For your your education the monitored...
11th Feb 2019, 20:50
Replies: 99
Views: 97,539
Posted By Locked door

Yes they do. Been there, done that, learned from...

Yes they do. Been there, done that, learned from it.
10th Feb 2019, 18:53
Replies: 99
Views: 97,539
Posted By Locked door

The gear goes up almost immediately after a...

The gear goes up almost immediately after a positive climb is achieved on a normal go around but stays down until the windshear is exited or positive terrain clearance is achieved ( often above msa)...
10th Feb 2019, 15:50
Replies: 99
Views: 97,539
Posted By Locked door

Thanks Wiggy, you’re much more sympathetic than...

Thanks Wiggy, you’re much more sympathetic than me!

ATB
10th Feb 2019, 13:03
Replies: 99
Views: 97,539
Posted By Locked door

No, because an EFATO doesnít contain an...

No, because an EFATO doesnít contain an immediately performance critical segment. The perf calculation includes the gear retraction and included in the type certification.

GPWS and windshear are...
10th Feb 2019, 11:40
Replies: 99
Views: 97,539
Posted By Locked door

Not the only reason Wiggy During a windshear...

Not the only reason Wiggy

During a windshear or gpws event you need maximum performance from the aircraft immediately. The first thing that happens when you raise the gear is the huge gear doors...
9th Feb 2019, 22:09
Replies: 99
Views: 97,539
Posted By Locked door

/bangs head against brick wall/ Correct, but...

/bangs head against brick wall/

Correct, but MSA is irrelevant for windshear escape but very relevant for gpws escape.

I really wonder how many genuine commercial pilots there are on this forum.
9th Feb 2019, 21:57
Replies: 99
Views: 97,539
Posted By Locked door

Really? Youíre confusing windshear with gpws....

Really? Youíre confusing windshear with gpws. Back to flight sim.
9th Feb 2019, 16:16
Replies: 99
Views: 97,539
Posted By Locked door

As per the previous poster, the elevator is...

As per the previous poster, the elevator is completely obscured until the pitch up input. It looks like a really nasty shear late on with an excellent catch and well flown windshear go around, hence...
8th Feb 2019, 19:37
Replies: 55
Views: 36,805
Posted By Locked door

Thats a very simplistic / basic / fly by numbers...

Thats a very simplistic / basic / fly by numbers approach to windshear warnings. As a previous poster points out, whatís the point of exchanging one windy runway for another with less fuel. On a day...
17th Nov 2018, 15:19
Replies: 5
Views: 6,964
Posted By Locked door

Not really, if the crew identified a...

Not really, if the crew identified a pressurisation problem and were able to descend to 10k feet prior to the cabin altitude reaching 14k feet the rubber jungle wouldn’t drop. Assuming the fault is a...
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