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25th Jun 2017, 15:20
Replies: 235
Views: 450,135
Posted By 3Ten

Any insights on Quick Aviation with HNA?

Any insights on Quick Aviation with HNA?
Forum: Middle East
12th Jul 2013, 23:25
Replies: 327
Views: 155,275
Posted By 3Ten

And no rumors to entertain me mooseknucles?

And no rumors to entertain me mooseknucles?
Forum: Middle East
10th Jul 2013, 18:07
Replies: 327
Views: 155,275
Posted By 3Ten

Under review!!!

I have been sitting for a whole year with the Under Review on my application. Is this normal?

There's a "small" glitch I stumbled upon when I attended a road show a few months ago: The HR person...
Forum: Middle East
10th Jul 2013, 17:32
Replies: 4,035
Views: 1,995,046
Posted By 3Ten

@ Vortac1

Thanks for the info, I'll keep checking the site daily.

Cheers
Forum: Middle East
10th Jul 2013, 13:13
Replies: 4,035
Views: 1,995,046
Posted By 3Ten

Non type rated

My application has been sitting "passed" on the 1st stage for months, but no oportunities for Non B737 rated assessments. Do they have enough rated guys, and the non rated will be sitting forever?
...
15th Oct 2007, 00:56
Replies: 356
Views: 103,075
Posted By 3Ten

I fully agree with this, although I hope there is...

I fully agree with this, although I hope there is enough silent criticism inside the company to prevent followers, but I believe the company position must become explicit.

Latin culture issues...
14th Oct 2007, 13:10
Replies: 356
Views: 103,075
Posted By 3Ten

lederhosen, we seem to agree in general terms. My...

lederhosen, we seem to agree in general terms. My point is mainly to refresh information, and leave clearly stated that I don't aprove what happened, and I'm not an insider. This facts have been...
13th Oct 2007, 10:27
Replies: 356
Views: 103,075
Posted By 3Ten

Mike Jenvey wrote: Yes, you're right. Don't...

Mike Jenvey wrote:

Yes, you're right. Don't really know where you're pointing at, since, if you also read my previous posts, you could see that I strongly disaprove 2 of the maneuvers performed...
12th Oct 2007, 17:05
Replies: 356
Views: 103,075
Posted By 3Ten

That's a brilliant idea, and I sugest that after...

That's a brilliant idea, and I sugest that after that, you come here and let us know how he managed to make you look like an idiot. Or do you think that Fernando Pinto will be intimmidated by your...
9th Oct 2007, 16:12
Replies: 11
Views: 1,289
Posted By 3Ten

gpvictor Allright, as far as Nature is...

gpvictor

Allright, as far as Nature is concerned, an airplane flying from A to B trough clear and crisp air, or though a mountain, is exactly the same. I'm sorry if for me is not the same, but...
8th Oct 2007, 09:08
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

bubbers44 wrote: It's a strange concept...

bubbers44 wrote:


It's a strange concept in this american airplanes, which still leaves the pilot in control. Unbeliavable...:}

Even in the old fashioned A310, I recently had a failure of...
7th Oct 2007, 23:03
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

PK-KAR, thanks for the info. gpvictor: ...

PK-KAR, thanks for the info.

gpvictor:

WHAT?? Am I understanding it right? You're beeing argumentative, I would risk to say that you won't get many feedback form pilots here.
7th Oct 2007, 15:31
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

I don't have the A320 tables, but for the A310,...

I don't have the A320 tables, but for the A310, Actual Landing Distance:

Weight 120 tons (MLW is 124 tons, Max takeoff W for the A320 must be around 70 tons)
No Reverser
Autobrakes off
DRY =...
7th Oct 2007, 11:45
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

PBL: Using my prior analogy and your...

PBL:
Using my prior analogy and your summarization, Risk Control is keeping the gasoline away, IA is throwing the lighter in the pocket, beeing the 2nd easier to achieve.

The general knowledge...
7th Oct 2007, 01:11
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

My last post was a bit rushed, now I have more...

My last post was a bit rushed, now I have more time. I have to stress that Iím not discussing this *primary cause* issue just for the sake of argument, I think the categorization of these factors is...
6th Oct 2007, 19:09
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

Exactly, so PBL: No primary cause, or it would...

Exactly, so PBL: No primary cause, or it would happen to every a/c that landed there. We are supposed to keep on every rwy when we land (easier said then done), otherwise, discard the rwy as...
6th Oct 2007, 16:23
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

This kind of contributing factor is only relevant...

This kind of contributing factor is only relevant in the decision process analisys. You cannot call it a cause, there are thousands of landings in that rwy that are not accidents. For example, if the...
4th Oct 2007, 16:54
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

Lemurian wrote: In fact, that'it, isn't...

Lemurian wrote:


In fact, that'it, isn't it?

PBL wrote:


Of course I'm oversimplifying. Accident investigation is complex, and I espect, when I read a report, that it includes a...
4th Oct 2007, 12:23
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

Accident (pilot error related): There's...

Accident (pilot error related):

There's allways someone pouring gasoline on the ground. Sometimes there's lots pouring gasoline on the ground. These are contributing factors, casual factors and...
3rd Oct 2007, 16:20
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

I agree with you, I think that logic is nothing...

I agree with you, I think that logic is nothing but a flaw in the system's architecture. I also think that simply repeating the callout may be inefective, as sometimes these cues become ignored by...
3rd Oct 2007, 14:05
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

Great post EMIT, 99.9% agree with you. ...

Great post EMIT, 99.9% agree with you.



This is it, and from that moment on, after reverse thrust deployement, the aircraft is in a very low energy condition to decide to fly again, so...
2nd Oct 2007, 17:44
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

Lemurian said: And none of these (in the...

Lemurian said:


And none of these (in the A310, and I believe in the A320 as well) are ECAM warnings. They are other type of warnings or noticeable events.

In the QRH we can find the note...
2nd Oct 2007, 11:56
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

Answer b) probbably. But that's beside the...

Answer b) probbably.

But that's beside the point, because retarding both throttle levers is such a basic principle, that if you'd want to provide warnings to avoid such basic mistakes, you would...
2nd Oct 2007, 11:03
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

PK-KAR The split second decision I know...

PK-KAR


The split second decision I know I could make facing a failure, would be to immediately shut down eng#2 (fuel lever off), as it would solve part of the problem and still leave me with...
2nd Oct 2007, 00:29
Replies: 2,761
Views: 605,904
Posted By 3Ten

TyroPicard Not at all! Landing is...

TyroPicard


Not at all! Landing is included on the concept of approach. This procedural guidance simply translates as: NO SHIT CLOSE TO THE GROUND. Ok?

I think it's becoming obvious that...
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