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28th Jul 2016, 15:50
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Posted By PBY

I have never worked for Mcguinley, but they seem...

I have never worked for Mcguinley, but they seem to be very unprofessional even before you work for them. They do not even tell you proper details of the contract before the interview, unless you...
12th Jul 2016, 09:28
Replies: 61
Views: 37,939
Posted By PBY

I think these days Ryanair contract pilots do not...

I think these days Ryanair contract pilots do not work for BRK or Storm. They are forced by Ryanair to open a limited company in Ireland. Ryanair supplies the contact of lawyers who help to set it up...
13th Apr 2016, 06:28
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

Bloggs, thanks for this report. I have seen this...

Bloggs, thanks for this report. I have seen this problems in simulators. It is very easy in a simulator to pressure a crew into many problems, as I have control, as an instructor over the weather. ...
12th Apr 2016, 05:38
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

Actually there are some exceptional airlines,...

Actually there are some exceptional airlines, which are ok.
12th Apr 2016, 05:37
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Posted By PBY

SLFinAZ, you have a correct question. I am a...

SLFinAZ,
you have a correct question. I am a very current captain, who is almost religious in keeping my scanning ability current. I manually fly a lot, because I feel I must keep current because...
11th Apr 2016, 21:29
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

Correction: spatial disorientation

Correction: spatial disorientation
11th Apr 2016, 21:29
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Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

There is only one remedy to spacial...

There is only one remedy to spacial disprientation. It is a good scanning technique and trusting the instruments.
11th Apr 2016, 21:06
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

klintE, you are asking how a pilot could ignore...

klintE, you are asking how a pilot could ignore ADI indication. I think that constantly flying on the autopilot, or manually flying with the FDs makes for a very efficient degradation of the ability...
10th Apr 2016, 04:45
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

Chucks, I was reading your comment where you ask,...

Chucks, I was reading your comment where you ask, who trims down during goaround and why.
You have to realize, that the power has a huge influence on pitch.
I think what happened is quite simple. ...
Forum: Jet Blast
9th Apr 2016, 09:50
Replies: 23
Views: 2,844
Posted By PBY

This is where the money probably comes from: ...

This is where the money probably comes from:

Soros Admits Involvement In Migrant Crisis: ?National Borders Are The Obstacle?...
8th Apr 2016, 15:29
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

PJ2 I found something about the Go Arounds: It...

PJ2 I found something about the Go Arounds:
It is study on Airplane state awareness during a go around.
It lists many accidents, including the ones you mention.
...
8th Apr 2016, 04:58
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

And Airbus constantly keeps improving the...

And Airbus constantly keeps improving the automatics based on previous incident problems.
So may be Boeing is also prone to something like unexpected behaviour in a mismanaged goaround.
8th Apr 2016, 04:56
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

I agree with you that normally autopilots should...

I agree with you that normally autopilots should not do that. If something unusual happens and the autopilot does not know how to deal with it, like power kept on, it will disconnect.
Either due to...
8th Apr 2016, 01:33
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

From what thre Russians are saying in Chronus...

From what thre Russians are saying in Chronus post, it really looks that they were still on the autopilot at 3000 feet, as the trim automatically nosed down abruptly to catch the altitude. As I said...
7th Apr 2016, 08:13
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

And few thoughts about the HUDs display. I have...

And few thoughts about the HUDs display. I have no experience with it. But as an A320 guy I can confirm, that airbus stopped using a bird (flight path vector) in a goaround.
If I understand it...
7th Apr 2016, 08:04
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

I think you are right, Safelife. Because when I...

I think you are right, Safelife. Because when I flew in China, I was constantly practising FDs off and letting the copilot FDs off. And we never triggered any QARs, even though
we were aparently...
5th Apr 2016, 07:44
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

Airbus training in Toulouse does not train pitch...

Airbus training in Toulouse does not train pitch and power at all in their syllabus.
They are very much FDs and Bird dependent. They also do not teach unusual attitude recovery. They only...
2nd Apr 2016, 01:40
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

Anson, read the quote above. You are not allowed...

Anson, read the quote above. You are not allowed raw data flying, unless you are on the experienced B744 fleet, where you still have aviators. Yes you are allowed to fly with flight directors and...
2nd Apr 2016, 01:05
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

So British Airways management in their ultimate...

So British Airways management in their ultimate wisdom prevents pilots from manually flying the aircraft on the line. Than, just because they feel this measure is not enough to eradicate basic...
2nd Apr 2016, 00:16
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

When British Airways does not allow pilots manual...

When British Airways does not allow pilots manual flying, only once a year in the simulator, when most of the pilots cannot fly basic heading, altitude, speed witin the limits without flight...
26th Mar 2016, 14:07
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

Interesting incident: ...

Interesting incident:

http://www.skybrary.aero/index.php/B752,_vicinity_Gardermoen_Oslo_Norway,_2002_(LOC_HF)

Looks it could be very related
26th Mar 2016, 13:30
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

Why do you guys talk about runaway trim...

Why do you guys talk about runaway trim situation, when it is a predictable situation, that the autopilot will trim hard nose down, if it is trying to level out against the "will" of full power set?...
26th Mar 2016, 13:03
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

PT6driver quote:PBY and others. Oldkingcoal,...

PT6driver quote:PBY and others.
Oldkingcoal, votex et al have repeatedly said that Fly dubai do NOT do dual autopilot approaches, they would NOT have done a single autopilot approaches. In this case...
26th Mar 2016, 09:27
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

I understand they wanted to climb to 80. But they...

I understand they wanted to climb to 80. But they were not cleared for it, as far as I know. What if they forgeot and left the GA altitude at 3200, but in their mind they were climbing to 80? Would...
26th Mar 2016, 09:16
Replies: 1,542
Views: 1,517,474
Posted By PBY

As I say, I don't fly the boeing. But there was...

As I say, I don't fly the boeing. But there was a fatal accident like this on a Airbus. They forgot low altitude selected, something like 1500 feet. But it spdoes not matter what altitude, if you...
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