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3rd Feb 2016, 13:45
Replies: 6,205
Views: 4,780,726
Posted By 99jolegg

So does the ability to preference trips/days off...

So does the ability to preference trips/days off just disappear if this vote goes through?
Forum: ATC Issues
18th Jul 2014, 22:09
Replies: 10
Views: 4,981
Posted By 99jolegg

White lighter, No not at all, I listen to...

White lighter,

No not at all, I listen to them on the other end every day so was just curious as to where they'd go.
Forum: ATC Issues
18th Jul 2014, 17:19
Replies: 10
Views: 4,981
Posted By 99jolegg

What happens to the current Gatwick controllers...

What happens to the current Gatwick controllers as a result of the change in service provider at LGW?
4th Oct 2013, 09:54
Replies: 23
Views: 3,452
Posted By 99jolegg

Regarding the topic of not reclining on short...

Regarding the topic of not reclining on short haul...you neglect to realise that a lot of transit passengers could well be off their face with jet lag having flown in from the other side of the...
Forum: Middle East
2nd Oct 2013, 12:01
Replies: 93
Views: 25,987
Posted By 99jolegg

"Without a doubt, I know that U.S. airlines are...

"Without a doubt, I know that U.S. airlines are the greatest in the world"

I've never posted in here because I have nothing to do with the Middle East....but that is the most ridiculous thing I've...
Forum: Questions
28th Sep 2013, 06:55
Replies: 18
Views: 2,625
Posted By 99jolegg

Tester78, Are you talking about control...

Tester78,

Are you talking about control surface movement in pitch i.e. trimmable horizontal stabiliser (THS) in which case, yes I agree. Since we are talking about crosswinds, I was talking more...
25th Sep 2013, 15:39
Replies: 1,238
Views: 906,663
Posted By 99jolegg

Ah interesting, thanks. Off topic...can you do a...

Ah interesting, thanks. Off topic...can you do a CCQ from 320 to 380?
25th Sep 2013, 14:09
Replies: 1,238
Views: 906,663
Posted By 99jolegg

Just out of curiosity...why the wait between 330...

Just out of curiosity...why the wait between 330 and 340 flying? If you've managed the transition from 320 to 330, there can't be much more to it, can there? I gather Emirates do (or did, now...
23rd Sep 2013, 10:55
Replies: 1,859
Views: 1,026,161
Posted By 99jolegg

Phensocks is right. Uptake from experienced...

Phensocks is right. Uptake from experienced direct entry pilots has been poor in some instances, leaving easyJet short so the part time contracts have been changed to full time...
Forum: Questions
21st Sep 2013, 10:19
Replies: 18
Views: 2,625
Posted By 99jolegg

BOAC, No, the aircraft is entirely...

BOAC,

No, the aircraft is entirely conventional on the ground. Side stick movement is proportional to control surface deflection and there is no auto-trim. It doesn't do anything more for you...
Forum: Questions
20th Sep 2013, 16:20
Replies: 18
Views: 2,625
Posted By 99jolegg

On the Airbus, no, you don't, you can very easily...

On the Airbus, no, you don't, you can very easily get spoiler deployment which is undesirable.

EDIT: this is what Airbus have to say on the matter.
20th Jul 2013, 16:07
Replies: 46
Views: 45,578
Posted By 99jolegg

Lorenzo, "The NEC will get you a 75%...

Lorenzo,

"The NEC will get you a 75% part-time contract with the ability to bid for 90% salary on fixed 5354 roster, or 100% salary which will get you on a 12 month FRV roster."

...is not true....
26th Jun 2013, 16:53
Replies: 12
Views: 3,512
Posted By 99jolegg

British Airways to relax rules on electronic devices

BBC News - British Airways to relax rules on electronic devices (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-23063479)

With the CAA saying they see "no safety implications", the FAA "debating to what...
22nd Jun 2013, 19:45
Replies: 7
Views: 6,539
Posted By 99jolegg

An investor asked Carolyn about this recently...

An investor asked Carolyn about this recently regarding the NEO. The answer being that they need the aircraft to be interchangeable; it's not uncommon to go from being planned on a 319 to a 320 or...
22nd May 2013, 09:51
Replies: 969
Views: 530,783
Posted By 99jolegg

Some more recent applicants from TRed people have...

Some more recent applicants from TRed people have been called for interview this week / next week.
Forum: Questions
11th May 2013, 20:07
Replies: 7
Views: 5,538
Posted By 99jolegg

Not sure what sort of definition you're looking...

Not sure what sort of definition you're looking for but:

Flameout: the flame in the combustion chamber is extinct, caused by a variety of factors e.g. Birds, stall, excessive water consumption...
Forum: Tech Log
2nd Apr 2013, 14:03
Replies: 62
Views: 12,617
Posted By 99jolegg

I know you're all talking Boeing, but the Airbus...

I know you're all talking Boeing, but the Airbus FCOM says to expect rudder trim to reside between 2.3 units Left and 1.0 units Right in the cruise. I rarely see it, if ever, sitting to the right. ...
1st Apr 2013, 07:41
Replies: 1,859
Views: 1,026,161
Posted By 99jolegg

SD, Remember that's an SFO position that you...

SD,

Remember that's an SFO position that you will more than likely be required to have 2 years service for. That's the deal for flexicrew going on to this deal.

As SpGO says, it'll more than...
31st Mar 2013, 19:38
Replies: 1,859
Views: 1,026,161
Posted By 99jolegg

SpGO quotes the adjusted figure for a 75%...

SpGO quotes the adjusted figure for a 75% contract inc sector pay.

55,120 is basic 100% FRV salary.
90% of that if you're offered 5354 fixed pattern
75% of that if you're given part time...
31st Mar 2013, 17:49
Replies: 1,859
Views: 1,026,161
Posted By 99jolegg

Assuming the contract is the same with no changes...

Assuming the contract is the same with no changes to the details I have, you'd need 2500 factored hours (multiply yours by 0.7 if you're an FO) and 2 years service to become an SFO.

eJ may...
28th Mar 2013, 17:33
Replies: 1,859
Views: 1,026,161
Posted By 99jolegg

I've only glanced over the last page and a half...

I've only glanced over the last page and a half so this may have been said, but to the chaps talking about potential 2 years flexicrew prior to employment, it's my understanding (right or wrong) that...
26th Mar 2013, 14:23
Replies: 1,859
Views: 1,026,161
Posted By 99jolegg

Someone worked out some figures a few posts back....

Someone worked out some figures a few posts back. From the document eJ released, you can expect less than that on 75%...roughly 39000 before tax inc sector pay. Plus about 2300 in pension.
26th Mar 2013, 10:04
Replies: 1,859
Views: 1,026,161
Posted By 99jolegg

You think they won't? I would put very large...

You think they won't? I would put very large amounts of money (borrowed from Carolyn's bonus, naturally) on them taking it.
26th Mar 2013, 10:02
Replies: 17
Views: 3,937
Posted By 99jolegg

I did some induction training with a ground...

I did some induction training with a ground handler. They have very strict rules on vehicles around aircraft and how / where they're manoeuvred. Those rules are designed to stop this happening. If...
26th Mar 2013, 09:56
Replies: 1,859
Views: 1,026,161
Posted By 99jolegg

Three reasons probably. 1) Rumour has it the...

Three reasons probably.
1) Rumour has it the insurers are getting a bit nervous about the experience level.
2) Cost was a big issue. eJ could bypass the old "expensive" contract with flexicrew...
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