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13th Jul 2013, 12:22
Replies: 1,150
Views: 633,491
Posted By wings1011

Battery life for towing

For those who are interested the batteries are suppose to last for about 30 min for towing- maybe more depending if the main battery switch is set to on or not - on ovhd panel there is a batt test...
13th Jul 2013, 10:43
Replies: 1,150
Views: 633,491
Posted By wings1011

Power source brakes

Yes the brakes requires battery power to work , if no other source is available , ie ext power or Apu. In case of towing the fwd battery ( main) will be used as pwr source to release and apply the...
13th Jul 2013, 09:21
Replies: 1,150
Views: 633,491
Posted By wings1011

Components location

There has been asked if the HF components are in the fire accident area. the answer is NO. The antenna for the HF Is a part of the LE of the vertical stabilizer , behind the antenna in the stabilizer...
9th Jan 2013, 06:09
Replies: 265
Views: 85,656
Posted By wings1011

Talking Battery diod

Now after the completion of the 787 training and going thru the synopticts it's clear that the earlier mentioned aft ( Apu) battery does not ave a diod. Simply because it does not need one - the fwd...
6th Jun 2012, 06:37
Replies: 284
Views: 204,409
Posted By wings1011

Stabilizer

On the MD 80 if you are heavy for landing the aircraft is always very nose heavy resulting in many times landing with almost full nose up at the trim - completely normal for the type .
19th May 2012, 03:30
Replies: 727
Views: 553,340
Posted By wings1011

Very well written northfly

Its true that we should wait for answers, and yes it's very easy to judge and to think without having all facts. But at the end as it is a rumors forum and the fact that they did end up where they...
4th Nov 2010, 21:10
Replies: 1,964
Views: 1,114,108
Posted By wings1011

Hunan factor

This matter is not to forget in my opinion since after all it's the biggest facto procentually to most accidents/ incidents . I remember at my old airline up in the north an JT8 engine on our MD-83...
4th Mar 2010, 18:12
Replies: 147
Views: 82,401
Posted By wings1011

Im shocked

As said Im shocked about this since I thought I know this person fairly well. I have had several meetings with at the same hotelbar during last year in Amsterdam. And everybody I have talked to at...
12th Aug 2009, 02:29
Replies: 30
Views: 12,631
Posted By wings1011

problem solved ?

The rumour says that they found the main gears serviced much to high on the c-check before delivery to amsterdam airlines, this with an faulty gnd/flt sensor caused the aircraft while turning on gnd...
26th Jun 2009, 14:13
Replies: 45
Views: 19,682
Posted By wings1011

time

1500 NM with gear down must take considerable longer than 3h 30 min. im not familiar exactly in what speed the 747 can fly with gear down but I guess its not far from 250kts I guess ? (like on types...
Forum: Tech Log
25th Jun 2009, 12:31
Replies: 4,594
Views: 2,834,531
Posted By wings1011

Captain found

sitting in the terminal on my way home and watching the news and they say that the captain and one steward have been found and identified. Information also backed up from airfrance they say....
24th Jun 2009, 21:53
Replies: 45
Views: 19,682
Posted By wings1011

Frequent SLF

To answer your question a little bit not to point anything to this particular incicent is that even if the MEL tells you its legal you could always rethink this depending on
for example : Other MEL...
Forum: Tech Log
23rd Jun 2009, 02:46
Replies: 4,594
Views: 2,834,531
Posted By wings1011

Breaking up

As a reply to the above questions about wheather the aircraft did break up before it hit the surface of the water is at this stage impossible to say as said before . We simply do not know if it hit...
9th Mar 2009, 09:02
Replies: 92
Views: 49,029
Posted By wings1011

Ilyushin Freighter crashed into Lake Victoria

Just saw it at the web and its a picture of a Antonov 124 freighter. Wheather its such an airctaft or not I cannot say since the press somtimes posts a picture of a "similar brand " .Appearantly it...
26th Feb 2009, 13:36
Replies: 2,906
Views: 1,272,940
Posted By wings1011

B 737 ovhd pnl

For those who wonder how heavy it is belive me when I say that they are HEAVY. Difficult to say how much exatly but a good guess could be atleast 30 kg (65 lbs)
Its hinged in one end like on many...
14th Feb 2009, 21:34
Replies: 120
Views: 59,886
Posted By wings1011

Failure of landinggear

Seems to have been a catastophic failure of the nose landing gear iaw latest news from reliable sources.Gear have apparently snapped in half more or less. it seems that has nothing to do with the...
14th Feb 2009, 00:04
Replies: 120
Views: 59,886
Posted By wings1011

Same aircraft

The aircraft this evening at LCY did leave Ams and it was
G-BXAR it could clearly be seen in the CNN film/picture
The AR registartion above the cockpit window is easy to spot

Wings 1011
13th Feb 2009, 17:29
Replies: 2,015
Views: 603,480
Posted By wings1011

Icing

Ofcourse there is no idea of speculate of the reason but similar accidents have happened before. We had one in Sweden (Stockholm) long time ago where a 4 eng turboprop (vickers vicount) nosedived on...
23rd Dec 2008, 02:56
Replies: 581
Views: 159,996
Posted By wings1011

braking problem ??

Well just to say it all depends what kind of brake problems. Just to give some examples.Quite some years back our company had an aircraft taking off from porto santo an military base just outside of...
25th Sep 2008, 18:22
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,006,563
Posted By wings1011

life time of relays

As been said before generally all small ctrl relays are all "on condition" as lifetime limit. However all the big power ctrl relays and line contactors are life timed with flight hours or/and elapsed...
24th Sep 2008, 03:35
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,006,563
Posted By wings1011

F100

Sure the F100 or the F70 does not have slats and to take-off with flap 0 (zero) is basicly std procedure. It requires a little bit longer RWY but not much. If heavy or short RWY or a steep initial...
22nd Sep 2008, 23:26
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,006,563
Posted By wings1011

Why

well it depends all of the knowledge and the experience and system knowledge of the engineers and the crew at that certain moment no matter of the experience of the company totally. Some people are...
22nd Sep 2008, 20:44
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,006,563
Posted By wings1011

Clearifications of MD 80 systems

I Have seen that people are specutaling in how the Flap /systems mechanicly are working on the MD80 aircraft. I just wanted to clearify that neither the flap or the slat systems are actuated with so...
17th Sep 2008, 19:56
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,006,563
Posted By wings1011

To PPPilot

Sorry for not really understand you questions, but im trying to answer them as I understood them. Yes the APU bleed is not for flight use only for ground use-APU electrical power can be utilized in...
17th Sep 2008, 16:29
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,006,563
Posted By wings1011

selected or not

If the slats were in the up position you can with the most certainly say the lever were in up position.This aircraft slat is controlled by a single drum dual actuator mechanism mounted in the aft...
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