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11th Feb 2010, 13:33
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

The report says that: The PF intended to...

The report says that:
The PF intended to disconnect the AP at 600 ft.
He was distracted and omitted to do so (AP remained non-intentionally connected)
He believed it was disconnected (not aware...
11th Feb 2010, 12:39
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

The report let you think that nobody was aware of...

The report let you think that nobody was aware of who/what was controlling the aircraft between 600 and 175 ft.

Can't I ask for clarifications without being insulted?
11th Feb 2010, 11:20
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

Then just explain me who was aware of who was...

Then just explain me who was aware of who was actually controlling the aircraft since the PF though the AP was disconnected while it wasn't.

A "smart" person should understand why I'm curious...
11th Feb 2010, 10:48
Replies: 6
Views: 2,418
Posted By S.F.L.Y

Elite jets in Dubai is looking for some Falcon...

Elite jets in Dubai is looking for some Falcon drivers.
11th Feb 2010, 10:44
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

Deliberately going to airspeed low warning to...

Deliberately going to airspeed low warning to improve gliding distance? I'd be surprised if Boeing would produce any recommendation in that direction...

From my understanding of the report this...
10th Feb 2010, 15:28
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

Whoever it is, I'm sure they would be interested...

Whoever it is, I'm sure they would be interested to know whether or not a softer impact could have been possible if the last 500 ft had been under control.
10th Feb 2010, 15:20
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

The problem was not that they didn't have enough...

The problem was not that they didn't have enough of speed, they simply didn't control it.
10th Feb 2010, 11:36
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

For each config you have an optimum L/D angle of...

For each config you have an optimum L/D angle of attack. Deviating from this value will reduce the L/D ratio.
10th Feb 2010, 10:07
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

This isn't correct, as you can see on the...

This isn't correct, as you can see on the following illustration (B787), the later stages of flaps are having a lower impact on the L/D performances than the earlier. This means lift benefits are...
Forum: Middle East
10th Feb 2010, 06:34
Replies: 4,727
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

Do you think that all expats working in UAE are...

Do you think that all expats working in UAE are maintaining a property in their home country? This is not your employer's problem anyway. I think that most people who recently joined flydubai did it...
Forum: Middle East
9th Feb 2010, 19:39
Replies: 4,727
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

Another one who didn't get anything about the...

Another one who didn't get anything about the reasons behind allowances. Don't you have to use your salary to get a housing in your home country?
9th Feb 2010, 19:32
Replies: 46
Views: 31,685
Posted By S.F.L.Y

Most probably :ok: Anyway it doesn't require...

Most probably :ok:

Anyway it doesn't require a lot of judgement to understand why a husky dog won't win a camel race while it doesn't mean huskies can't perform....
9th Feb 2010, 19:28
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

It's not a matter of different eventuality but...

It's not a matter of different eventuality but basic fundamentals. Losses of thrust during initial climb requires to control:

- Safe flight path
- Optimum speed
- Configuration (drag)

There...
9th Feb 2010, 19:15
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

Instead of swearing some crew communication could...

Instead of swearing some crew communication could have helped to detect that the AP failed to be disconnected as it was believed.
9th Feb 2010, 19:02
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

This is certainly why Boeing issued...

This is certainly why Boeing issued recommendations on monitoring automated approaches which insists on mandatory manual override as soon as an automatism default is identified.

Retracting flaps...
9th Feb 2010, 16:01
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

looks like a servo

looks like a servo
9th Feb 2010, 15:09
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

The report mentions that the FO initially...

The report mentions that the FO initially believed he had disconnected the AP and that he subsequently omitted to do so until the stick shaker activates 450 ft lower. My understanding is that nobody...
9th Feb 2010, 13:40
Replies: 46
Views: 31,685
Posted By S.F.L.Y

Of course since not every takeoff is performed...

Of course since not every takeoff is performed with one engine out...
Flat rating values are referring to normal operations (not ATR) meaning that thrust is actually limited by a 25C OAT. The FADEC...
9th Feb 2010, 13:12
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

The statements I was referring to are statements...

The statements I was referring to are statements from the report. CVR transcriptions aren't uncommon in such reports and I only regret that this time it is missing.

You are certainly not a...
9th Feb 2010, 10:53
Replies: 3,239
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Posted By S.F.L.Y

Omission's definitions: a mistake...

Omission's definitions:

a mistake resulting from neglect
intentional or unintentional failure to act that may impose criminal liability if a duty to act under the circumstances is specified by...
9th Feb 2010, 10:00
Replies: 46
Views: 31,685
Posted By S.F.L.Y

What do you exactly call a thrust reserve?...

What do you exactly call a thrust reserve? Airliners are designed to give good takeoff performances with de-rated thrust while VLJs are designed to takeoff using full thrust.

You're right to...
9th Feb 2010, 09:23
Replies: 3,239
Views: 1,078,712
Posted By S.F.L.Y

No CVR transcription... Too bad, that would have...

No CVR transcription... Too bad, that would have been interesting to get a better understanding of these statements:



and



So the report mentions the succession of a "disconnection...
8th Feb 2010, 19:49
Replies: 341
Views: 87,145
Posted By S.F.L.Y

There is no one track crusade, I guess whoever...

There is no one track crusade, I guess whoever operates an aircraft with such incidents history is somehow accountable. What is tedious?
8th Feb 2010, 19:36
Replies: 46
Views: 31,685
Posted By S.F.L.Y

You can't compare airliners with light corporate...

You can't compare airliners with light corporate aircrafts. While most turbofans have "low" flat ratings (around 25C), this is only of concern when you need full power. As you may know airliners...
8th Feb 2010, 19:15
Replies: 341
Views: 87,145
Posted By S.F.L.Y

I think the 1981 NTSB recommendations were...

I think the 1981 NTSB recommendations were already clear enough:

http://www.ntsb.gov/recs/letters/1981/A81_150_152.pdf

Now it's not because this letter was sent to the French authorities that...
8th Feb 2010, 10:24
Replies: 5
Views: 2,023
Posted By S.F.L.Y

The Porter is a good glider despite its...

The Porter is a good glider despite its silhouette. I think the best glide ratio is around 16.

Setting TO flaps will not increase the gliding distance. It's basically a config in which you can...
8th Feb 2010, 08:52
Replies: 48
Views: 5,853
Posted By S.F.L.Y

So where is all the money going to?

So where is all the money going to?
8th Feb 2010, 08:32
Replies: 18
Views: 2,339
Posted By S.F.L.Y

I don't see why an AOC would be mandatory to log...

I don't see why an AOC would be mandatory to log multicrew. Multicrew certified aircrafts can be operated out of an AOC and there are no logging issues. A multicrew operation manual is definitely...
8th Feb 2010, 08:24
Replies: 2,906
Views: 1,375,548
Posted By S.F.L.Y

Nobody said so, but I guess that if accomplished...

Nobody said so, but I guess that if accomplished pilots can sometimes fail, non-accomplished shouldn't be expected to do better.

Some good stuff:...
7th Feb 2010, 20:13
Replies: 341
Views: 87,145
Posted By S.F.L.Y

Captplaystation you really don't get anything...

Captplaystation you really don't get anything about my point:}
I'm not attacking BA and I'm not saying its maintenance wasn't good. I'm just saying that it's a quick shortcut to use AF violations to...
7th Feb 2010, 20:04
Replies: 341
Views: 87,145
Posted By S.F.L.Y

Machaca

I never intended to defend AF, on the contrary. You can check it on other forums where I've been criticizing the BEA report in regard to the missing spacer issue 6 years ago (I know you like to read...
7th Feb 2010, 19:35
Replies: 341
Views: 87,145
Posted By S.F.L.Y

The different overweight values weren't a range...

The different overweight values weren't a range (between 500 and 5000 kg). These numbers were given by using different approved calculation methods (male, female, infants with specific values or all...
7th Feb 2010, 06:54
Replies: 341
Views: 87,145
Posted By S.F.L.Y

When you need to inspect the runway before each...

When you need to inspect the runway before each takeoff due to potentially catastrophic outcomes it's probably that something is wrong with the aircraft itself. Maybe M2dude can confirm if BA had...
6th Feb 2010, 09:33
Replies: 46
Views: 31,685
Posted By S.F.L.Y

The TBM 850 IS performing in hot conditions (flat...

The TBM 850 IS performing in hot conditions (flat rated up to 52 C). It also flies up to 320 kts, burns 70 Gallons per hour and has a G1000. Now look at the Mx costs...
6th Feb 2010, 09:21
Replies: 341
Views: 87,145
Posted By S.F.L.Y

M2dude, how is hydraulic fluid contamination...

M2dude, how is hydraulic fluid contamination relevant to the Gonesse accident?

We understand that you want to make a point on the bad AF maintenance, but I don't think this is relevant to anything...
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