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4th Apr 2019, 09:02
Replies: 5,120
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Posted By oversteer

No “foreign object damage” or “structural design...

No “foreign object damage” or “structural design problem” identified

That’s likely to be a significant finding
11th Mar 2019, 11:22
Replies: 27
Views: 36,382
Posted By oversteer

it flew on four engines in the end ...

it flew on four engines in the end
https://twitter.com/flightradar24/status/938450755845009408?s=21
(FR24 quoting AF - seems unlikely to be at 37000ft and 530kts on three?)
28th Nov 2018, 12:32
Replies: 2,099
Views: 1,331,292
Posted By oversteer

re. the maint log, I see lots of busywork and...

re. the maint log, I see lots of busywork and resetting things, but nothing to actually trace and fix a problem. Is that unfair, or is that typical in aircraft maintenance?
6th Dec 2017, 15:01
Replies: 559
Views: 575,608
Posted By oversteer

About to taxi to the runway, not sure on callsign...

About to taxi to the runway, not sure on callsign

e: Air France 371V
runway 26, wind 16020G30
Forum: Rotorheads
17th Nov 2017, 14:12
Replies: 270
Views: 209,162
Posted By oversteer

A 152, G-WACG was overhead at about the same...

A 152, G-WACG was overhead at about the same time, unless it just stayed below coverage altitude for the remainder of its flight
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/g-wacg#f8efef7
Fingers...
17th Nov 2017, 14:12
Replies: 74
Views: 51,007
Posted By oversteer

A 152, G-WACG was overhead at about the same...

A 152, G-WACG was overhead at about the same time, unless it just stayed below coverage altitude for the remainder of its flight
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/g-wacg#f8efef7
Fingers...
1st Oct 2017, 20:03
Replies: 1,195
Views: 972,709
Posted By oversteer

^^ HMRC haven't been top of the list for 15 years...

^^ HMRC haven't been top of the list for 15 years now
28th Sep 2017, 11:32
Replies: 1,288
Views: 1,161,996
Posted By oversteer

Which might work until a significant number of...

Which might work until a significant number of union members back industrial action and strike, leaving a huge shortfall of pilots which MOL couldn’t hope to cover in the short term, no? The CAA and...
11th Aug 2015, 17:17
Replies: 918
Views: 1,082,058
Posted By oversteer

no barnacles etc. seems not to have been in the...

no barnacles etc. seems not to have been in the water too long?

Could it be the inboard side of a motor boat rudder system? The tiller arm reminds me of one.
6th Feb 2015, 08:10
Replies: 748
Views: 694,141
Posted By oversteer

Why did the RH bleed valve close at the same time...

Why did the RH bleed valve close at the same time as the ENG 1 master warning? Is this something the ATR does automatically?
19th Oct 2012, 12:06
Replies: 226
Views: 84,319
Posted By oversteer

The passenger who filmed that is an idiot. Why...

The passenger who filmed that is an idiot. Why get so close to the slide? Just because you wanted to get your "YouTube moment", you get in the way. Nice one
19th Jun 2012, 08:56
Replies: 50
Views: 40,827
Posted By oversteer

This "news" is the front page headline of...

This "news" is the front page headline of London's Metro newspaper today :rolleyes:

Pilots declare emergency because they were too tired to land plane | Metro.co.uk...
13th Apr 2012, 14:14
Replies: 159
Views: 42,076
Posted By oversteer

I'm glad the UK military has advanced to state of...

I'm glad the UK military has advanced to state of the art technology in interception techniques -
http://img221.imageshack.us/img221/4356/olympicsd.png
12th Nov 2011, 00:13
Replies: 139
Views: 31,521
Posted By oversteer

Whenever this topic comes up I always think about...

Whenever this topic comes up I always think about my first goes flying, takeoff, landing, navigation, all under the watchful eye of an instructor, and how long before they took over your hashed first...
7th Nov 2011, 22:05
Replies: 7
Views: 1,338
Posted By oversteer

Father Ted: Now concentrate this time, Dougal....

Father Ted: Now concentrate this time, Dougal. These
[he points to some plastic cows on the table]
Father Ted: are very small; those
[pointing at some cows out of the window]
Father Ted: are...
25th Sep 2011, 16:42
Replies: 239
Views: 131,528
Posted By oversteer

.. that other aircraft might well have been...

.. that other aircraft might well have been taxi-ing on
25th Aug 2011, 15:47
Replies: 17
Views: 3,662
Posted By oversteer

Could well have been a PA34. Small twin,...

Could well have been a PA34. Small twin, certainly.

I don't think it was an Islander. It was definitely quite low, not a 'Dougal those cows are far away' moment ;)
24th Aug 2011, 23:50
Replies: 17
Views: 3,662
Posted By oversteer

Low twin over C.London

I watched a small twin, something like a Duchess, do 3-4 orbits over the Knightsbridge area today at about 1330. It would have been at 1000-1500 ft or so

Is that a common place to hold at? Seemed...
13th Jul 2011, 21:44
Replies: 71
Views: 11,728
Posted By oversteer

The gliding fraternity have been busy opposing...

The gliding fraternity have been busy opposing this. Articles appear quite often in the Bucks Free Press .. in fact today's Bucks Free Press website is a good example ..

Bucks Free Press: News,...
12th May 2011, 22:52
Replies: 2
Views: 2,552
Posted By oversteer

Tragic, and how awful for her friends who...

Tragic, and how awful for her friends who witnessed it.

So to check my understanding, the wings were not quite properly aligned during rigging (wingtips not quite at the right angle) so when the...
21st Mar 2011, 00:06
Replies: 28
Views: 9,092
Posted By oversteer

Is gear retraction critical to a successful...

Is gear retraction critical to a successful 'getaway' ?

I only ask because it apparently was for Concorde (which at that point had lost 1 of 4 but could not accelerate or climb) - I wonder if it's...
16th Feb 2011, 08:10
Replies: 3
Views: 1,214
Posted By oversteer

Yes these were on the 300 towards Burnham but...

Yes these were on the 300 towards Burnham but then turned onto north a lot earlier than normal, must have been almost a continuous right-hand turn as they took off. Must have been weather, there was...
15th Feb 2011, 16:40
Replies: 3
Views: 1,214
Posted By oversteer

Heathrow takeoff routes - variations?

I live quite close to the northern half of the Heathrow 27 takeoff routes (near Slough), where departing traffic usually follows quite a predictable path, northward toward Wycombe or northeast over...
19th Jan 2011, 13:06
Replies: 4
Views: 1,123
Posted By oversteer

Yes, that's right Casper - Live Aircraft...

Yes, that's right

Casper - Live Aircraft Tracking (http://casper.frontier.nl/) is interesting to watch!
6th Dec 2010, 11:36
Replies: 1,964
Views: 1,240,132
Posted By oversteer

I'd be interested the logistics behind the...

I'd be interested the logistics behind the repairs, has any attempt been started on this yet ? I assume the necessary facilities are available at SIN.
2nd Dec 2010, 13:40
Replies: 8
Views: 2,115
Posted By oversteer

"Final" meaning that you are on the "final" leg...

"Final" meaning that you are on the "final" leg of the circuit pattern, i.e. heading toward the runway with the intention of arriving on it. If the airfield has ATC this is usually where you'd get...
29th Nov 2010, 14:46
Replies: 71
Views: 27,381
Posted By oversteer

:hmm: I think you may need to work on your 'facts'

:hmm: I think you may need to work on your 'facts'
29th Nov 2010, 09:43
Replies: 1,964
Views: 1,240,132
Posted By oversteer

Shouldn't we also have a radio operator, to...

Shouldn't we also have a radio operator, to reduce the loads on the pilots? I mean, they have to fly and talk on the radio, that can't be safe!

Perhaps also a navigator, to cross-reference the...
19th Nov 2010, 10:45
Replies: 19
Views: 1,663
Posted By oversteer

Wasn't bits of Trent 900 was it ? ;)

Wasn't bits of Trent 900 was it ? ;)
10th Nov 2010, 08:08
Replies: 1,964
Views: 1,240,132
Posted By oversteer

Interesting. I don't see any "empirical evidence"...

Interesting. I don't see any "empirical evidence" in your post either.

Do you know how many cycles or flying hours there have been with the A380 RR fleet ? Can you compare the number of IFSD /...
9th Nov 2010, 08:26
Replies: 24
Views: 4,932
Posted By oversteer

So do some pilots request to stay in the "stack"...

So do some pilots request to stay in the "stack" at say 0530 ? Bet that gets complicated, aren't they all descending while they hold?
7th Nov 2010, 17:24
Replies: 9
Views: 4,150
Posted By oversteer

I think Ken Stewart's "The Soaring Pilot's...

I think Ken Stewart's "The Soaring Pilot's Manual" is a great post-solo / early-cross country book. Written in the same style as the first book.

That, and Reichmann's epic "Cross Country Soaring"...
7th Nov 2010, 01:47
Replies: 1,964
Views: 1,240,132
Posted By oversteer

The EBHA units are self-contained hydraulically,...

The EBHA units are self-contained hydraulically, so control is still possible with hydraulic failure. (And even electrical/engine failure cases, given use of RAT etc)
5th Nov 2010, 14:17
Replies: 45
Views: 35,196
Posted By oversteer

I wonder how many from yesterday were on that...

I wonder how many from yesterday were on that flight..
4th Nov 2010, 15:56
Replies: 1,964
Views: 1,240,132
Posted By oversteer

:rolleyes: I'd love to see your suggestions on...

:rolleyes: I'd love to see your suggestions on how to protect against an uncontained disc failure, considering the forces involved (hint: 12,000rpm+)


I'm disappointed, PPRuNe.

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