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4th Aug 2016, 06:20
Replies: 1,749
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Posted By L-38

Would be interesting to know what EK's B777 legal...

Would be interesting to know what EK's B777 legal temperature operating limitations are as 120f is the normal limitation for most Boeing aircraft. DXB METAR temp as reported was 49c or 120.2f. . ....
Forum: Freight Dogs
18th Sep 2015, 08:48
Replies: 24
Views: 17,957
Posted By L-38

For me, living the freight dog life was living a...

For me, living the freight dog life was living a life in its most pure form. The only thing I had to do or decide for myself was to put on my own pants, and decide on what to have for dinner. ...
29th Jul 2015, 07:20
Replies: 9
Views: 5,667
Posted By L-38

Actually, the next leap will be to have the PIC...

Actually, the next leap will be to have the PIC in the airplane, but with the FO operating from on the ground. . . There will always be a survivor then in any circumstance.
27th Mar 2015, 00:20
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,995,508
Posted By L-38

Next Gen Cockpits are Coming

I work for a well known giant aerospace avionics company that is now drafting preliminary designs for the next generation cockpit of the future. The new generation cockpits targeted to be...
10th Dec 2014, 15:24
Replies: 36
Views: 20,293
Posted By L-38

Thanks for the info, Feathered. . . . would a...

Thanks for the info, Feathered. . . . would a 4200 ft runway be somewhat a challenge for an average Phenom pilot?
Like a 601 Aerostar, the Phenom certainly has minimal wing area (although small) for...
10th Dec 2014, 13:56
Replies: 36
Views: 20,293
Posted By L-38

Just curious as to if anyone knows the normal...

Just curious as to if anyone knows the normal "over-the fence" target speed used by a Phenom, and also as to how "tight" a fit a 4200 ft runway would be for the stubby winged jet.

I would think...
9th Dec 2014, 13:12
Replies: 36
Views: 20,293
Posted By L-38

N100EQ registration history suggests that it's...

N100EQ registration history suggests that it's owner had recently acquired the
aircraft (May 02, 2014).
Forum: Freight Dogs
23rd Oct 2014, 02:07
Replies: 1
Views: 3,529
Posted By L-38

Kalitta at BOG

It's been many years (July,2008) since Connie's B-747 BOG accident. Request please any update as to how the crew has faired . . As all had survived, any of those 8
crewmembers still flying today?
7th Sep 2014, 00:26
Replies: 5
Views: 3,221
Posted By L-38

Thank you all - I love getting my education from...

Thank you all - I love getting my education from fellow PPruners.
Forum: Freight Dogs
7th Sep 2014, 00:19
Replies: 7
Views: 11,458
Posted By L-38

I believe that the addition of new tripies, 78's,...

I believe that the addition of new tripies, 78's, and 380's - added to British Airway's fleet last year, coincided with BA's early termination of their GSS freight contract. . . . Coincidence? . ....
Forum: North America
6th Sep 2014, 23:56
Replies: 80
Views: 23,492
Posted By L-38

Many airlines have mandatory memory checklist...

Many airlines have mandatory memory checklist items for such anomalies. . . Ours was to descend immediately to a breathable altitude, only after putting on oxygen masks at 100% oxygen, retarding...
Forum: North America
6th Sep 2014, 23:42
Replies: 80
Views: 23,492
Posted By L-38

Anyone know what indications a TBM would display...

Anyone know what indications a TBM would display for loss of cabin pressure?
. . . In all older Boeing’s, an audible alarm would sound for cabin altitudes above +10,000 ft, and such alarm could...
Forum: North America
6th Sep 2014, 01:07
Replies: 80
Views: 23,492
Posted By L-38

Airplane was very new . . . March 2014...

Airplane was very new . . . March 2014 Airworthiness Certification.
6th Sep 2014, 00:52
Replies: 5
Views: 3,221
Posted By L-38

Biz Jet Bone Yard?

Curious as to where all of old worn out bizjets go when retired. Part 121 airliners are stored and broken up by the thousands at desert airfields such as MZJ and VCV, but where do the old Lears,...
26th Jul 2014, 04:26
Replies: 35
Views: 16,641
Posted By L-38

News now reports that after his force-able arrest...

News now reports that after his force-able arrest by SWAT police, the shackled kid's attitude had dramatically changed - "I love Canada" he had said. . . . . I certainly would have said the same.
Replies: 29
Views: 19,523
Posted By L-38

Moosp has an excellent point that I had not...

Moosp has an excellent point that I had not considered . . . just staying one step ahead of management's relentless attempts to gig you, now plays as the ultimate consideration in dealing with any...
Replies: 29
Views: 19,523
Posted By L-38

With no one hurt, integrity of flight unchanged,...

With no one hurt, integrity of flight unchanged, and only one Lu obstructed - why divert (especially to ICT where UAL has no mx)? The safety need for those exit doors would be no different if either...
11th Feb 2014, 14:28
Replies: 46
Views: 10,235
Posted By L-38

My way of dealing with drunk/disruptive...

My way of dealing with drunk/disruptive passengers -


Raise cabin altitude to 9,500 ft (no alarms /no cabin mask drop),
Gasper (eyeball air) - off
Raise cabin temperature to 90f and...
22nd Nov 2013, 13:50
Replies: 310
Views: 154,669
Posted By L-38

The crew will most likely be debriefed, then sent...

The crew will most likely be debriefed, then sent to the sim where they (under intense pressure to save their jobs) will be given a horrific competency check ride designed for them to fail. Once...
Forum: Freight Dogs
11th Nov 2012, 04:26
Replies: 13
Views: 5,761
Posted By L-38

Actually, my point was a little off subject - why...

Actually, my point was a little off subject - why is a World Airways MD-11 already in the scrapyard? They are too young to die.
Forum: Freight Dogs
10th Nov 2012, 02:58
Replies: 13
Views: 5,761
Posted By L-38

You don't mean this other World MD-11? ...

You don't mean this other World MD-11?

Photos: McDonnell Douglas MD-11 Aircraft Pictures | Airliners.net (http://www.airliners.net/photo/World-Airways/McDonnell-Douglas-MD-11/2167242/M/)
Forum: Freight Dogs
27th Sep 2012, 09:47
Replies: 27
Views: 11,162
Posted By L-38

My old company had experienced a loss of all...

My old company had experienced a loss of all generators on one of their B-727s about 30 years ago.

Turned out that the airplane's Constant Speed Drives coupled to the generators were...
Forum: Freight Dogs
12th Sep 2012, 22:27
Replies: 27
Views: 11,162
Posted By L-38

I had heard that they got the APU running and...

I had heard that they got the APU running and tried to electrically power the airplane from it inflight. This is probably what she was referring to . . . . I know that there was an option for two...
Forum: Tech Log
21st Jul 2012, 15:40
Replies: 22
Views: 9,996
Posted By L-38

What Happened to the Aft Engine Mounted "T" Tail Design?

Today, jet transport manufacturers seem to be exclusively manufacturing medium range airplanes that feature a wing pylon mounted engine design. Clean "T" tail designs that have worked in the past...
Forum: Freight Dogs
20th Apr 2012, 13:24
Replies: 23
Views: 6,549
Posted By L-38

I seem to recall that UPS had advertised a...

I seem to recall that UPS had advertised a program many, many years ago that would utilize their freighters for pax operations on weekends. . . . . They were to use windowless pax pods with FA's...
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