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Forum: Middle East
12th Jun 2014, 00:06
Replies: 52
Views: 20,452
Posted By Kiskaloo

I've heard that Emirates shifted their deposits...

I've heard that Emirates shifted their deposits from the A350 to the 50-frame A380 order they placed last year. They have yet to choose an engine supplier for those frames, so that may signal a...
19th Sep 2013, 11:47
Replies: 2
Views: 2,278
Posted By Kiskaloo

LH's shareholders today approved an order for 34...

LH's shareholders today approved an order for 34 777-9s (once Boeing formally launches the program - expected at the Dubai Air Show) and 25 A350-900s.
17th Sep 2013, 19:08
Replies: 1,150
Views: 634,211
Posted By Kiskaloo

Well if Boeing should destroy one of the 787s in...

Well if Boeing should destroy one of the 787s in such a test, Airbus should also be required to sacrifice MSN001 of the A380 and A350, as well. :rolleyes:
17th Sep 2013, 19:05
Replies: 14
Views: 5,244
Posted By Kiskaloo

And she's up.

And she's up.
11th Sep 2013, 22:01
Replies: 1,150
Views: 634,211
Posted By Kiskaloo

Then I guess, amicus, passengers flying on the...

Then I guess, amicus, passengers flying on the CFRP A350 and the significantly CFRP and composite (GLARE) A380 are also pretty much whistling past the graveyard every time they board one of those...
Forum: Tech Log
11th Sep 2013, 21:56
Replies: 45
Views: 16,959
Posted By Kiskaloo

msbbarratt stated: RR's tend to have...

msbbarratt stated:


RR's tend to have better climb fuel burn due to the triple spools, whereas GE's tend to have better cruise fuel burn. So for shorter stage lengths, the Trent 8115 likely would...
Forum: Tech Log
4th Sep 2013, 23:02
Replies: 45
Views: 16,959
Posted By Kiskaloo

IMO, the 777-8 should have been the same length...

IMO, the 777-8 should have been the same length as the 777-300ER and the 777-9 should have been an 80m frame.
Forum: Tech Log
4th Sep 2013, 02:20
Replies: 45
Views: 16,959
Posted By Kiskaloo

To expand on tdracer's excellent post, at the...

To expand on tdracer's excellent post, at the time the 777-200X and 777-300X were being developed, all three engine manufacturers were asked for proposals for a more powerful engine.

GE had spent...
10th Jul 2013, 04:14
Replies: 2,186
Views: 910,023
Posted By Kiskaloo

EEngr noted: The regulatory agencies - be...

EEngr noted:


The regulatory agencies - be they the American FAA, European EASA, Japanese JAA, or whomever - don't have the knowledge that the OEMs (Boeing, Airbus, etc.) have which is why they...
17th Jun 2013, 22:38
Replies: 12
Views: 3,435
Posted By Kiskaloo

The issue appears to be one of space on the LCF...

The issue appears to be one of space on the LCF and the FAL rather then one of wages and benefits.

If Boeing stretches the center section, as they did to get the 787-9, then that will be too long...
Forum: Tech Log
11th Jun 2013, 22:36
Replies: 55
Views: 19,144
Posted By Kiskaloo

Airbus confirmed she'll go up for the first time...

Airbus confirmed she'll go up for the first time on Friday (14 June) - Airbus says new A350 flies for 1st time on Friday | Business & Technology | The Seattle Times...
7th Jun 2013, 02:02
Replies: 2,186
Views: 910,023
Posted By Kiskaloo

JL operated the plane on test flights and at...

JL operated the plane on test flights and at least one revenue flight (as the issue was discovered during a turn) so what did this JL flight crew / ground crew notice that the earlier JL flight crews...
14th May 2013, 15:49
Replies: 2,186
Views: 910,023
Posted By Kiskaloo

If there is no obvious signs of damage, then...

If there is no obvious signs of damage, then there very likely is no damage. CFRP (and laminates like GLARE used on the A380) is (are) more resilient to impact than Al is.
Forum: Tech Log
13th May 2013, 20:47
Replies: 72
Views: 18,448
Posted By Kiskaloo

toffeez noted: The NTSB subsequently...

toffeez noted:


The NTSB subsequently issued a follow-up statement noting that this was “contracting language” meant to quickly secure funding for the work and was not meant to imply an...
Forum: Tech Log
30th Apr 2013, 20:23
Replies: 72
Views: 18,448
Posted By Kiskaloo

The electrolyte in the battery is in the form of...

The electrolyte in the battery is in the form of a paste-like substance, PickyPerkins. It only becomes a liquid when exposed to high temperatures (as what happened when the cells entered thermal...
29th Apr 2013, 20:07
Replies: 2,186
Views: 910,023
Posted By Kiskaloo

Be sure to stay away from the Airbus A350 as...

Be sure to stay away from the Airbus A350 as well, lasernigel, since it also uses CFRP for it's fuselage.

You might also want to stay away from the Airbus A380, since it has more CFRP in it by...
25th Apr 2013, 18:05
Replies: 2,186
Views: 910,023
Posted By Kiskaloo

FAA Lifts 787 Grounding

The FAA today has formally lifted the AD grounding the 787, allowing UA to resume revenue flights at their discretion. EASA, JTSB and other agencies are expected to follow shortly:

FAA clears...
24th Apr 2013, 13:33
Replies: 2,186
Views: 910,023
Posted By Kiskaloo

fizz57 Because the only way Boeing,...

fizz57


Because the only way Boeing, Thales or GS Yuasa could get a cell to vent and for that vented electrolyte to catch fire was to massively overcharge the battery. So they focused their...
Forum: Tech Log
23rd Apr 2013, 22:35
Replies: 72
Views: 18,448
Posted By Kiskaloo

I watched the entire proceedings and indeed on...

I watched the entire proceedings and indeed on multiple occasions testimony was given, including by Mr. Bahrami, that neither NH692 nor JL8 was at risk of hull loss so yes, that is a typo.
23rd Apr 2013, 20:51
Replies: 2,186
Views: 910,023
Posted By Kiskaloo

As a follow-up to my earlier posts, EASA today...

As a follow-up to my earlier posts, EASA today approved the battery modifications so European operators are now cleared to return the 787 to service (or introduce it into service) with the...
Forum: Tech Log
23rd Apr 2013, 20:14
Replies: 72
Views: 18,448
Posted By Kiskaloo

When asked about the BMU's location, Thales...

When asked about the BMU's location, Thales responded that the closer the BMU is to the cells it is monitoring, the better.

When asked if there was any benefit to having the BMU external to the...
22nd Apr 2013, 16:09
Replies: 2,186
Views: 910,023
Posted By Kiskaloo

If the FAA was more worried about Boeing's...

If the FAA was more worried about Boeing's profits than passenger safety, why did they ground the plane in the first place? That action cost Boeing nine to ten figures in deferred revenues, R&D and...
19th Apr 2013, 21:08
Replies: 78
Views: 41,341
Posted By Kiskaloo

In addition to approving the new 787 Battery...

In addition to approving the new 787 Battery Design, FAA spokeswoman Laura Brown said the agency hasn’t changed the Dreamliner’s ETOPS (“extended operations”) certification, which means the 787 will...
Forum: Tech Log
19th Apr 2013, 20:04
Replies: 72
Views: 18,448
Posted By Kiskaloo

Press Release – FAA Approves Boeing 787 Battery...

Press Release – FAA Approves Boeing 787 Battery System Design Changes

Press Release ? FAA Approves Boeing 787 Battery System Design Changes...
19th Apr 2013, 20:03
Replies: 2,186
Views: 910,023
Posted By Kiskaloo

Press Release - FAA Approves Boeing 787 Battery...

Press Release - FAA Approves Boeing 787 Battery System Design Changes (http://www.faa.gov/news/press_releases/news_story.cfm?newsId=14554)

The FAA will publish next week the final directive that...
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