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10th Dec 2019, 13:10
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Posted By answer=42

Some posters on airliners.net assumed that, due...

Some posters on airliners.net assumed that, due to the new undercarriage, that the MAX-10 would not need MCAS. Then the story got picked up by the media ... The following reference (in French!)...
9th Dec 2019, 18:48
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and now, with more searching, I'm less sure that...

and now, with more searching, I'm less sure that the MAX-10 does not have MCAS.
9th Dec 2019, 18:08
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Posted By answer=42

Just an SLF here with a question. The first...

Just an SLF here with a question.

The first MAX-10 just rolled out a few days ago and will now undergo the testing and certification process. It has, I understand, a taller undercarriage to...
17th Oct 2019, 12:04
Replies: 18
Views: 8,340
Posted By answer=42

https://www.ft.com/content/ce837afe-eb71-11e9-a240...

https://www.ft.com/content/ce837afe-eb71-11e9-a240-3b065ef5fc55

I dont think that the situation has changed since but cannot be sure.
11th Oct 2019, 10:32
Replies: 18
Views: 8,340
Posted By answer=42

Because the non-EU members of EASA have all...

Because the non-EU members of EASA have all signed an agreement for 'third-party membership', which conveys fewer rights than full membership.
Today's 'Financial Times' is reporting that the current...
14th Mar 2014, 15:00
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Views: 21,337,940
Posted By answer=42

@papershuffler Yes, it must do. The primary...

@papershuffler
Yes, it must do. The primary purpose is to provide information for maintenance of the particular aircraft.
Someone with more knowledge than I posted ages ago about the data packet...
14th Mar 2014, 14:48
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Views: 21,337,940
Posted By answer=42

@KenjaDROP Your statement: is TRUE. ...

@KenjaDROP

Your statement:

is TRUE.

But there were other recipients than Boeing of data transmissions (via ground station or SATCOM). These include RR, who have confirmed that they received...
14th Mar 2014, 14:22
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Posted By answer=42

@Brika The way I understand it, the way the...

@Brika

The way I understand it, the way the logic works is like this:

If (engines running) then {
Every half hour {
Get (time, direction, speed, altitude);
If (engine event) then Get...
13th Mar 2014, 22:22
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Posted By answer=42

@jehrler and others If I understand...

@jehrler and others

If I understand correctly, the

, presumed to be Satcom, pinged satellites for a duration of four hours, without actually transmitting any data.

Question:
Can you think...
12th Mar 2014, 16:01
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Posted By answer=42

@repariit What investigation? Apparently...

@repariit


What investigation? Apparently under Malaysian law, there is no official accident investigation, since there is no evidence that the aircraft has crashed on Malaysian territory /...
12th Mar 2014, 13:45
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Views: 21,337,940
Posted By answer=42

OK, I'll try. If I've understood correctly,...

OK, I'll try.

If I've understood correctly, the flight lost contact while it was crossing a fairly narrow corridor of airspace that is covered neither by Malaysian nor Vietnamese civil radar. Is...
2nd Dec 2013, 13:15
Replies: 196
Views: 117,568
Posted By answer=42

@torquemada60 Thank you for the link to The...

@torquemada60
Thank you for the link to The Villager. This article, a generally good piece of journalism, tells us a few things:
- There had been a communication from the cockpit to Botswana ATC ...
17th Oct 2012, 08:46
Replies: 4,242
Views: 1,183,951
Posted By answer=42

@LGS6753 It depends on what you mean by...

@LGS6753
It depends on what you mean by 'substantially'. There was an outline plan to add an extra track for a critical stretch in North London of the London Liverpool Street - Stansted rail line. ...
Forum: Questions
11th Jun 2012, 20:40
Replies: 12
Views: 11,728
Posted By answer=42

Myanma Airways were operating F28s last October...

Myanma Airways were operating F28s last October (2011), certainly on the route Yangon (RGN) - Naypyidaw.

A friend of mine told me in early February that this was no longer the case. Is this...
6th Jun 2012, 15:15
Replies: 21
Views: 2,521
Posted By answer=42

OK I'll bite. In every other global urban...

OK I'll bite.

In every other global urban area, one major airport provides the main intercontinental hub. In other European urban areas, these hubs (CDG, AMS, FRA) all have >3 runways, if I'm...
6th Jun 2012, 12:58
Replies: 2,748
Views: 737,482
Posted By answer=42

re: code-sharing yup, I got it wrong. AA...

re: code-sharing
yup, I got it wrong. AA indeed code-shares already on LCY-JFK. I had checked the IB website. No LCY flights are shown on this; but mebbe this is just for commercial rudder than...
5th Jun 2012, 13:09
Replies: 2,748
Views: 737,482
Posted By answer=42

@Cyrano Afoot indeed. What could it be? -...

@Cyrano

Afoot indeed. What could it be?
- Sell-off of LCY-JFK? Nope
- Merge LCY-JFK (BA Limited) with OpenSkies? Does not compute
- Codeshare with Iberia and AA on LCY-JFK? Would make sense....
Forum: Jet Blast
16th Dec 2011, 14:08
Replies: 398
Views: 40,562
Posted By answer=42

You remember last season we did a ski-jump with a...

You remember last season we did a ski-jump with a London bus. 'You can't top that', they said. Well, short of all the upper deck passengers committing suicide at once, no we can't. But, coming up...
22nd Jul 2011, 01:19
Replies: 64
Views: 17,387
Posted By answer=42

What I don't understand is why, when Boeing...

What I don't understand is why, when Boeing launched the 737NG, they didn't opt instead for a 757 shrink + re-wing. The 757 had a newer basic design than the 737-3/4/500. At the time of the NG...
7th Jun 2011, 23:13
Replies: 199
Views: 370,309
Posted By answer=42

I'm an SLF who flies extensively in Africa,...

I'm an SLF who flies extensively in Africa, mostly to capital cities etc - no bush flying. I searched out PPRUNE to inform myself better after undergoing a flight in Cameroon that I wished I had...
Forum: Jet Blast
16th May 2011, 12:53
Replies: 4
Views: 821
Posted By answer=42

First contact

SETI have made contact. They have received a message from 'out there'. A simple repeated pattern of short and long pulses. Fairly quickly, someone realises that this is old fashioned Morse code. ...
19th Apr 2011, 17:30
Replies: 81
Views: 13,957
Posted By answer=42

@pug Well, I'd use pax numbers as a good...

@pug

Well, I'd use pax numbers as a good first approximation of viability - the data is available, as s7s has kindly shown. If I wanted to get a tad more sophisticated, I would look to look at...
19th Apr 2011, 13:39
Replies: 81
Views: 13,957
Posted By answer=42

Surely the point of this thread is to analyse the...

Surely the point of this thread is to analyse the likely future size and shape of regional aviation, hence which airports will survive. Not null at all.

s7s's classification provides an exellent...
19th Apr 2011, 09:37
Replies: 81
Views: 13,957
Posted By answer=42

rail subsidy

@hipennine

Ah, rail 'subsidy'. The air community comfort themselves with the thought that inter-city rail receives massive subsidies - all that needs to be done is to remove them!

The...
Forum: Jet Blast
17th Mar 2011, 22:38
Replies: 7
Views: 992
Posted By answer=42

Damp towel? Sissy. I spat on the ground and...

Damp towel? Sissy. I spat on the ground and dived two hundred metres into that. Never felt better.
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