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Forum: Tech Log
21st Jun 2019, 11:57
Replies: 24
Views: 6,291
Posted By Mobilae

Correct. A pod strike would be my main concern. I...

Correct. A pod strike would be my main concern. I assume the recommendation is there for that reason.

I've always been very comfortable with heavy crosswind landings, but not being able to fully...
Forum: Questions
20th Jun 2019, 17:52
Replies: 6
Views: 3,425
Posted By Mobilae

You do have a point there. However some of the...

You do have a point there. However some of the largest low cost carriers (Ryanair, Southwest, Lionair, Westjet) did apparently choose the 737 at some point.

But then maybe I should turn the...
Forum: Tech Log
20th Jun 2019, 17:24
Replies: 24
Views: 6,291
Posted By Mobilae

Sim training only. And yes, of course it included...

Sim training only. And yes, of course it included crosswind landings up to maximum. Iíve tried several different methods but I obviously can not comment on how this translates to the actual aircraft....
Forum: Tech Log
20th Jun 2019, 08:19
Replies: 24
Views: 6,291
Posted By Mobilae

Landing the 737 fully crabbed

I just transitioned from a larger jet to the 737 and one of the things I noticed is that it is not recommended to perform sideslip only (zero crab) landings in strong crosswinds. According to the...
Forum: Questions
19th Jun 2019, 19:22
Replies: 6
Views: 3,425
Posted By Mobilae

Why do low cost carriers choose the 737?

I've always wondered why so many low cost carriers operate the 737 instead of the A320. Most online information seems to suggest that both the list prices and lease prices for the A320 are lower and...
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