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2nd May 2019, 22:53
Replies: 921
Views: 2,124,968
Posted By Prober

Unexpected TOGA

I must agree with Lonewolf50 (post 881) about actions subsequent to TOGA selection.

During my time on the 76 I twice experienced inadvertent TOGA selection, once by myself as PF and the other time...
17th Apr 2019, 15:53
Replies: 82
Views: 44,429
Posted By Prober

Thumbs down Idle

Many years ago in the halcyon days of flight deck visits, some of my children were allowed into my office. They went back to the "management" and reported "Daddy's sitting there doing nothing!" They...
16th Apr 2019, 10:16
Replies: 82
Views: 44,429
Posted By Prober

Thumbs up Quite right

The crew was in line at a US immigration desk. The man behind the desk barked “What are you, Prober?” My rather startled look caused my F/O to step forward and explain that his captain was a...
20th Jan 2019, 22:50
Replies: 72
Views: 54,076
Posted By Prober


Quote from post #10. "The 757 and 767 don't share a Type Certficate."
Spelling apart (see me after), All my recurrency checks on the 757/767 were done in either a 757 or 767 sim, whichever just...
20th Jan 2019, 22:27
Replies: 72
Views: 54,076
Posted By Prober


Commercially it must be a winner if one can achieve commonality. TDRacer’s comments about the 757/767 are relevant here. I was current on both and found them to be two quite different aircraft – but...
8th Dec 2018, 14:07
Replies: 2,098
Views: 1,096,991
Posted By Prober

Pages and pages of discussion have still not...

Pages and pages of discussion have still not satisfactorily explained the problem. It is more and more starting to look like a questionnaire on an application form for the ETPS (with a caveat – do...
25th Sep 2018, 10:47
Replies: 28
Views: 15,582
Posted By Prober

No pressurization on T/O

Having twice experienced no pressurization on T/O - on 757 due icing up of the outflow valve - not only are there warnings for this, though I am not familiar with the 73, surely, surely! the crew...
13th Sep 2018, 17:56
Replies: 15
Views: 5,636
Posted By Prober

Thumbs up No(se) Wheel

Many years ago, taxying out at AMS, the aircraft ahead of us (73-200 IIRC) lost a nosewheel turning on to line up for immediate T/O. I called the tower and eventually (after what seemed a very long...
31st Mar 2018, 13:34
Replies: 73
Views: 41,097
Posted By Prober

Talking of Fans

Not to mention the N1 of a 757 which landed on a pig farm in (IIRC) Wokingham. First recorded time of the fan hitting the sh1t.:{
28th Dec 2017, 21:34
Replies: 38
Views: 38,613
Posted By Prober


Never having flown the ATR I am not qualified to comment. However, the thread seems to have drifted to ant-ice in general and, as this is a forum from which, in the absence now of a company “horror...
20th Dec 2017, 10:12
Replies: 100
Views: 105,022
Posted By Prober

The magenta argument

The report also says (Para 1.17)
“The operator acknowledged that its Airbus crews were generally not well trained on manual approaches due to the routine practice of using automatic systems.”:(...
22nd Nov 2017, 20:46
Replies: 50
Views: 25,899
Posted By Prober

11 m/s

I only experienced one ‘for real’ emergency descent on a certain 3 engined aircraft, the outer 2 engines of which could use reverse in the air. With Nos 1 & 3 at max reverse and No 2 at idle, the...
20th Nov 2017, 17:35
Replies: 147
Views: 82,444
Posted By Prober

Clear to Land

In answer to Estoril M (#150), try LHR. On a clear night you will see lines of aircraft going back 20 miles. Having been based there for 25 years, it was always with a warm feeling that one threw...
22nd Oct 2017, 20:02
Replies: 277
Views: 81,532
Posted By Prober

We do not know where V1 was. Almost certainly it...

We do not know where V1 was. Almost certainly it had passed some way back and thus there would have been no question of stopping at that rather late point on the runway. It would seem as if there was...
17th Aug 2017, 21:39
Replies: 231
Views: 67,602
Posted By Prober

Dubai G/A (not)

Airmanship seems to have been thrown out of the window. Who on earth would command a G/A and not monitor the thrust levers (by feel if nothing else)? Further B’s training demands checking the FMA’s...
Forum: Middle East
20th Jul 2017, 22:59
Replies: 160
Views: 83,890
Posted By Prober


At any airfield where the inbound and outbound airway is shared, why not stipulate that, within a given radius, all flights will offset by, say, 1 mile right? (Or left, if you are that way inclined.)...
22nd Jun 2017, 10:00
Replies: 50
Views: 40,823
Posted By Prober

Having all these gizmos is all very well, but...

Having all these gizmos is all very well, but there is no real substitute for a good rule of thumb and a knowledge of the real (actual - not what they tell you) weight of the aircraft. I have very...
26th May 2017, 22:11
Replies: 56
Views: 33,475
Posted By Prober


#19. trident - slats???:{
27th Apr 2017, 08:02
Replies: 486
Views: 524,176
Posted By Prober

Five months to produce credible loadsheets?...

Five months to produce credible loadsheets? Surely not!:E
5th Dec 2016, 21:22
Replies: 1,099
Views: 1,136,321
Posted By Prober

Sticking to the rules

Some (many) years ago now I was involved in a ‘fill-in’ contract in that part of the world. Though years have passed, I very much doubt that any attitudes have changed. The reason for our contract...
26th Oct 2016, 17:16
Replies: 23
Views: 14,914
Posted By Prober



I agree with your comment. I tried putting the translation into the translator and it came back saying "Clear as mud". In other words, just like the original.
22nd Oct 2016, 15:57
Replies: 35
Views: 16,218
Posted By Prober

Standing under wings

You really do need some technical knowledge here. If there is an hydraulic heat exchanger in one of the wings, then any ice forming due to cold soak during the previous flight will rapidly melt and...
30th Sep 2016, 09:27
Replies: 4
Views: 2,630
Posted By Prober

Typhoon Gusts

rak64. I find your post very interesting. In all my 50 years plus in aviation, I have never heard this. My tropical flying was always very equatorial, so typhoons never bothered us – only flying...
12th Sep 2016, 15:34
Replies: 1,749
Views: 1,938,247
Posted By Prober

'Cool' Drivers

And part of the problem is that Captains, legally responsible to the management and the general public for the safe and sensible conduct of their flights, are referring to themselves, I suppose...
Forum: Tech Log
24th Jun 2016, 07:53
Replies: 10
Views: 2,602
Posted By Prober

I am not familiar with the AB display, but it...

I am not familiar with the AB display, but it does not seem to be too dissimilar to the 75/76. I presume that one pic is from before the FAF and the other after. Both show 99.9L (99.9L what? Miles? I...
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