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3rd Apr 2009, 17:50
Replies: 91
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Posted By Avionero

They actually want to start tomorrow, 04April. ...

They actually want to start tomorrow, 04April.

For the German speakers:
www.austrianaviation.net (http://www.austrianaviation.net/index.php?id=18&tx_ttnews)

Money from the Subcontinent,...
1st Dec 2008, 20:41
Replies: 63
Views: 12,253
Posted By Avionero

As much as I can understand the concern voiced in...

As much as I can understand the concern voiced in the initial post of this thread, I miss a bit the comparison to the situation before the introduction of subpart Q.
Is there anyone who had more...
30th Aug 2008, 10:13
Replies: 2,686
Views: 999,439
Posted By Avionero

Whatever system logic you have on different...

Whatever system logic you have on different types, shouldnīt a warning as essential as an uncommanded TR deployment always come on? I would find it rather strange if that annunciation wouldnīt come...
29th Aug 2008, 13:07
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Views: 999,439
Posted By Avionero

green dot, yes you are right! Sorry for...

green dot,
yes you are right! Sorry for bothering and thanks for clarifying :ok:
29th Aug 2008, 12:02
Replies: 2,686
Views: 999,439
Posted By Avionero

After seeing the pictures from "interviu", posted...

After seeing the pictures from "interviu", posted by justme, I am tempted to believe that BOTH reversers were deployed. The deployed reverse in nr.4 of the interviu pictures doesnīt look the same to...
29th Aug 2008, 11:26
Replies: 2,686
Views: 999,439
Posted By Avionero

Actually they should be on, whenever an engine is...

Actually they should be on, whenever an engine is running, so from startup to shut down.
29th Aug 2008, 11:24
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Views: 999,439
Posted By Avionero

The ACL or the beacon light are switched manually...

The ACL or the beacon light are switched manually on about any airplane (please correct if Iīm wrong). So seeing the lights on only means that the switch was on for whatever reason. I am in no way...
28th Aug 2008, 15:39
Replies: 2,686
Views: 999,439
Posted By Avionero

What keeps bugging me in the flapless scenario:...

What keeps bugging me in the flapless scenario: If you depart without flaps, you should notice something is wrong when you rotate in the first place. It has been stated earlier that a plane would...
28th Aug 2008, 14:02
Replies: 2,686
Views: 999,439
Posted By Avionero

Could somebody clarify how the TRs on the 80s are...

Could somebody clarify how the TRs on the 80s are locked when they are INOP?
Are they pinned (thus mechanically fixed in closed position) or are they arrested in some other way? Is it technically...
28th Aug 2008, 12:18
Replies: 2,686
Views: 999,439
Posted By Avionero

Deferring the TRs is common practise on a lot of...

Deferring the TRs is common practise on a lot of a/c types for whatever period of time (10 days in this case). Some types can still use the other one (thus asymetrical), some canīt.

(Dry) landing...
27th Aug 2008, 18:03
Replies: 2,686
Views: 999,439
Posted By Avionero

I donīt think that this is possible. The tail is...

I donīt think that this is possible. The tail is a lot closer to the main gear, so the plane would have to drift a LOT more than if it had been the nose wheel (what we also donīt know for sure). So...
26th Aug 2008, 10:38
Replies: 2,686
Views: 999,439
Posted By Avionero

"How many pilots have tried out a flapless...

"How many pilots have tried out a flapless takeoff in the sim?"

And I would like to add the same question concerning uncommanded reverse.

My experience on the sim on this (corporate jet,...
25th Aug 2008, 16:10
Replies: 2,686
Views: 999,439
Posted By Avionero

XPMorten, didnīt you mix up local and zulu...

XPMorten,
didnīt you mix up local and zulu times here? I thought the accident happened and 14-something LOCAL?
25th Aug 2008, 15:56
Replies: 12
Views: 4,553
Posted By Avionero

Just speculating, but either the whatever it was...

Just speculating, but either the whatever it was leaked into the galley area or the CC were just heavier affected for the simple reason of running around doing service and not relaxing in their seats...
Forum: Tech Log
3rd Aug 2008, 14:47
Replies: 14
Views: 11,950
Posted By Avionero

If you use the Jeppesen route manual, you simply...

If you use the Jeppesen route manual, you simply find them in the airport directory in the first JEPP-Binder of the respective coverage area, along with the stated tables, including a list of...
2nd Jun 2008, 15:21
Replies: 17
Views: 1,278
Posted By Avionero

Why not also the airport directory of the...

Why not also the airport directory of the Jeppesen?

I would be carefull with both sources, as airports may be listed H24, but youīre not necessarily allowed to land there except in an emergency...
21st Apr 2008, 13:45
Replies: 58
Views: 4,764
Posted By Avionero

I am flying for a European carrier and only have...

I am flying for a European carrier and only have US skippers all the time, and I know there are more of them on the other fleets, so it canīt be that difficult.

Most overseas pilots are flying on...
Forum: Tech Log
20th Apr 2008, 16:58
Replies: 56
Views: 10,248
Posted By Avionero

Never heard about a TAS-limitation. Only either...

Never heard about a TAS-limitation. Only either IAS (Vmo) or M (Mmo).

I frankly donīt know how my aircraft behaves beyond Vmo/Mmo, but Iīm not too curious to find out about it either. Maybe...
18th Apr 2008, 06:42
Replies: 344
Views: 59,149
Posted By Avionero

@AMF I really wasnīt aware that fare paying...

@AMF

I really wasnīt aware that fare paying passengers are allowed to board the flights with guns on them.
Having sky marshalls or trained pilots armed on the aircraft is one thing, but just...
17th Apr 2008, 13:32
Replies: 99
Views: 15,978
Posted By Avionero

I agree. Such statements are the reason for the...

I agree. Such statements are the reason for the arrogant-smartass-impression some have within the industry.

I am not familiar with US-procedures. I just know, the dispatcher has to release the...
Forum: Tech Log
16th Apr 2008, 09:18
Replies: 43
Views: 10,747
Posted By Avionero

I find that discussion really interesting here,...

I find that discussion really interesting here, lots of good arguments, but very academic.
We are talking about an error that amounts to the thickness of an airlinerīs fuselage after all.
Flying...
Forum: Tech Log
14th Apr 2008, 08:43
Replies: 43
Views: 10,747
Posted By Avionero

Doesnīt that depend on which airspace you are...

Doesnīt that depend on which airspace you are flying in?
On my a/c you can switch between hPa and In, but as we usually donīt cross the atlantic, I never touch it. Changing the unit of measurement...
9th Apr 2008, 09:04
Replies: 52
Views: 13,627
Posted By Avionero

Heard about a similar incidents in Sydney on the...

Heard about a similar incidents in Sydney on the news. At least they busted one of those kids.

I am just surprised how a bored kid can possibly aim exactly at the windscreen of an approaching...
Forum: Tech Log
9th Apr 2008, 08:50
Replies: 11
Views: 4,021
Posted By Avionero

Probably your own judgement might be more...

Probably your own judgement might be more restrictive than the manual sometimes.
You can stick to the mean wind direction and speed, disregarding gusts; so assuming the Palma example with a max...
Forum: Tech Log
8th Apr 2008, 10:53
Replies: 11
Views: 4,021
Posted By Avionero

Never heard of a legal limit for wind speed in...

Never heard of a legal limit for wind speed in absolute terms. The only planning limit that Iīm familiar with is the cross wind COMPONENT. So if the mean wind is say 60kts perfectly aligned with the...
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