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Forum: Italian Forum
23rd Jun 2014, 20:22
Replies: 0
Views: 1,252
Posted By Screwballs

EI/U2 Staff Travel swap

Buonasera tutti,

Are there any Italian pilots working for Aer Lingus who might like to have an arrangement on staff travel?

PM me please,

Grazie,

Screwballs
31st Mar 2014, 13:00
Replies: 16
Views: 2,987
Posted By Screwballs

Bose-x, this is the kind of thing I'm after. I've...

Bose-x, this is the kind of thing I'm after. I've not heard of Reg 6. Could you expand a bit on that? In which document is reg 6?

Screwball
30th Mar 2014, 12:49
Replies: 16
Views: 2,987
Posted By Screwballs

Ha, no! I wasn't present. I'm not involved in...

Ha, no! I wasn't present. I'm not involved in training apart from being checked and trained myself. The query came from a discussion with a colleague.

Everyone who posted has broadly agreed with...
Forum: Italian Forum
24th Mar 2014, 01:59
Replies: 5
Views: 2,212
Posted By Screwballs

Si, ma usually they say "northbound" or...

Si, ma usually they say "northbound" or "southbound" and even I can figure that out. :ok:
19th Mar 2014, 00:21
Replies: 16
Views: 2,987
Posted By Screwballs

Thanks all kindly for the replies. It confirms...

Thanks all kindly for the replies. It confirms what I originally thought.

The reason I'm asking is I that in a sim session I once observed, the handling pilot had to repeat a manoeuvre. The...
14th Mar 2014, 22:37
Replies: 16
Views: 2,987
Posted By Screwballs

When is a repeat a repeat?

Just discussing this with a colleague recently. I'm not an examiner or trainer, just a regular line pilot. In a flight test or revalidation when do you have to repeat something? What's the guidance...
Forum: Tech Log
14th Dec 2013, 23:04
Replies: 134
Views: 14,138
Posted By Screwballs

My shirt is on. Thanks for the concern. How would...

My shirt is on. Thanks for the concern. How would you fly the circling approach as provided for by Cosmo Kramer?



Will you, or will you not do as you said you would? Yes or no?
Forum: Tech Log
14th Dec 2013, 04:33
Replies: 134
Views: 14,138
Posted By Screwballs

In fact I'll edit my post to be more specific;...

In fact I'll edit my post to be more specific; AirRabbit, I don't think you are who you claim to be.
Forum: Tech Log
13th Dec 2013, 18:34
Replies: 134
Views: 14,138
Posted By Screwballs

Cosmokramer has provided every detail you require...

Cosmokramer has provided every detail you require and yet you still refuse to tell us how you would fly it. You said you would. Please, in your own time, when you're feeling comfortable, go ahead...
Forum: Tech Log
11th Dec 2013, 13:08
Replies: 134
Views: 14,138
Posted By Screwballs

A theoretical, sea level airport. 09/27 4000m nil...

A theoretical, sea level airport. 09/27 4000m nil slope dry runway. ILS on 09. Minima for Cat C. Company minima 1,000ft AMSL. Actual weather 10km visibility. Cloud base is minima plus 200ft(1,200ft)....
Forum: Tech Log
11th Dec 2013, 02:36
Replies: 134
Views: 14,138
Posted By Screwballs

AirRabbit, you have written quite a few words on...

AirRabbit, you have written quite a few words on this thread so far. However, I don't see your answer to the original question! Can we have a concise summary of how you would perform a circle to land...
Forum: Tech Log
8th Dec 2013, 19:49
Replies: 134
Views: 14,138
Posted By Screwballs

If I could just pour some cold water on our more...

If I could just pour some cold water on our more passionate members for a second...

The original query was "How does your company describe circling approaches?"



I didn't ask how to circle,...
Forum: Tech Log
6th Dec 2013, 12:33
Replies: 134
Views: 14,138
Posted By Screwballs

All good stuff, thanks. It is a rather...

All good stuff, thanks. It is a rather theoretical question! But I like getting into the gritty details so the bigger details make more sense.
Forum: Tech Log
6th Dec 2013, 10:07
Replies: 134
Views: 14,138
Posted By Screwballs

Thanks for the info. Cosmo, the circling is...

Thanks for the info.

Cosmo, the circling is based on an Angle of Bank of 20 degrees. Ref Jepp Text pg. 33. Plus I think you've made an error in the calculation, you used thousands of meters per...
Forum: Tech Log
6th Dec 2013, 09:02
Replies: 134
Views: 14,138
Posted By Screwballs

Well at least I've learned something from you -...

Well at least I've learned something from you - "Taylorism"!

How do you circle?
Forum: Tech Log
6th Dec 2013, 08:39
Replies: 134
Views: 14,138
Posted By Screwballs

Thanks for that, 40 seconds is a 33% increase on...

Thanks for that, 40 seconds is a 33% increase on us and we do the same as you 319/320 F3, gear down approx 140knots turning base!
Forum: Tech Log
6th Dec 2013, 08:10
Replies: 134
Views: 14,138
Posted By Screwballs

How does your company describe circling approaches?

Hello all,

I would like to know how other companies describe the circling approach procedure, specifically the base turn to final from downwind. In my lot, with orange aircraft(Cat C), we start...
Forum: Tech Log
24th Aug 2013, 21:37
Replies: 8
Views: 2,515
Posted By Screwballs

Cheers for the replies. It is a bit more of an...

Cheers for the replies. It is a bit more of an obscure question!

The AAIB report is fascinating. Very useful food for thought for a contaminated runway, TOGA departure with ice accretion (ie run...
Forum: Tech Log
23rd Aug 2013, 17:34
Replies: 8
Views: 2,515
Posted By Screwballs

Where exactly can you set take off thrust?

Hello,

Just discussing this the other day with a colleague and he wondered when precisely can we set take off thrust on a commercial airliner?

So did a bit of reading and wondered what other...
23rd Aug 2013, 15:47
Replies: 6
Views: 2,287
Posted By Screwballs

Many thanks.

Many thanks.
22nd Aug 2013, 21:22
Replies: 6
Views: 2,287
Posted By Screwballs

Thank you kindly for the response. Excuse my...

Thank you kindly for the response. Excuse my ignorance, but is that in EASA Part 25? Or is it FAA?

Screwballs
22nd Aug 2013, 17:46
Replies: 6
Views: 2,287
Posted By Screwballs

Beverage Makers

Hi there,

Where would I find regulations regarding beverage makers on board commercial aeroplanes?

Regards,

Screwballs
Forum: Tech Log
24th Jul 2013, 15:36
Replies: 1
Views: 1,033
Posted By Screwballs

A320 FCOM Electrical Supply interpretation

Hi guys,

On my FCOM, in each section of systems, there is an Electrical Supply section. In this section it lists what powers what. Example: FCOM DCS-29-40 Hydraulics ENG 1 driven Pump control =...
Forum: Tech Log
24th Jul 2013, 14:41
Replies: 12
Views: 2,104
Posted By Screwballs

If one bogey was 50% worn and the other was brand...

If one bogey was 50% worn and the other was brand new would that affect temperatures?

I have a theory that the left bogey gets heavier use because most people drive manual gearboxes... the left...
Forum: Tech Log
15th Jul 2013, 22:21
Replies: 19
Views: 2,787
Posted By Screwballs

Many thanks for the responses. Burnie5204 &...

Many thanks for the responses. Burnie5204 & reportyourlevel hit the nail on the head as far as what I was looking for.
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