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28th Mar 2020, 20:41
Replies: 107
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Posted By fotheringay

How long can these aircraft stay on the ground...

How long can these aircraft stay on the ground for without the need for servicing before getting airborne again?
17th Feb 2020, 21:35
Replies: 693
Views: 504,576
Posted By fotheringay

Just out of interest, does anybody know what the...

Just out of interest, does anybody know what the load factors were when Flybe flew out of Norwich to Alicante and Malaga?
5th Dec 2019, 14:39
Replies: 1,176
Views: 1,042,863
Posted By fotheringay

Yes, and add on NWI -EXT to the mix as well,...

Yes, and add on NWI -EXT to the mix as well, recently vacated by Flybe, and you could have good aircraft utilisation. Although that said you might need something bigger than a J41 on the route as the...
7th Aug 2019, 13:18
Replies: 171
Views: 72,636
Posted By fotheringay

. Thanks for the info.

. Thanks for the info.
5th Aug 2019, 19:39
Replies: 171
Views: 72,636
Posted By fotheringay

Does anybody know whether the Spanish and the...

Does anybody know whether the Spanish and the NWI-EXT services, presently operated by Flybe, will continue with another operator when Flybe finish at the end of October? I occasionally use the EXT...
18th Nov 2018, 07:15
Replies: 4,269
Views: 2,575,896
Posted By fotheringay

Interestingly, when the Spanish services from...

Interestingly, when the Spanish services from Exeter and Norwich, were stopped, temporarily, with the E95 after Christmas, Flybe continued the Exeter-Norwich service with the Dash. I must admit when...
22nd Aug 2018, 20:45
Replies: 115
Views: 78,975
Posted By fotheringay

I believe the route, just lately, has been...

I believe the route, just lately, has been operating nearly full. Anything which prevents driving, or getting stuck, on the M25 or travelling on the tube between mainline stations in London has to...
2nd Feb 2018, 19:01
Replies: 171
Views: 72,636
Posted By fotheringay

However, the Spanish sectors were suspended...

However, the Spanish sectors were suspended during January but the NWI-EXT continued with Flybe using the Dash am only.
26th Jan 2018, 18:46
Replies: 171
Views: 72,636
Posted By fotheringay

On a slightly different but positive note, I flew...

On a slightly different but positive note, I flew on the Flybe service to Exeter the other day on the Embraer and it must have been 3/4 full. It seems to work well because it saves driving for over...
9th Mar 2017, 21:00
Replies: 51
Views: 14,801
Posted By fotheringay

And bearing in mind that the Kegworth accident...

And bearing in mind that the Kegworth accident was caused by a B737 with engine problems, some 28 years ago, crashing on the western side of the M1, in a cutting, with fatalities, you can perhaps...
9th Sep 2016, 17:11
Replies: 19
Views: 3,423
Posted By fotheringay

Back to the Stuka, I am surprised that there...

Back to the Stuka, I am surprised that there hasn't been one flying somewhere in the world especially when one considers that a lot of Luftwaffe stuff from WWII have managed to get flying again....
7th Sep 2016, 19:15
Replies: 19
Views: 3,423
Posted By fotheringay

I know there was a Stuka housed in the hangar at...

I know there was a Stuka housed in the hangar at Biggin Hill in the 60's. I don't think there has been one flying in recent times.
20th Jan 2016, 20:20
Replies: 22
Views: 5,894
Posted By fotheringay

And don't forget that the A14, by the mid 2020's...

And don't forget that the A14, by the mid 2020's will be a three lane motorway- toll free too! (the original plan wasn't). The times they are a changin''
19th Jan 2016, 15:50
Replies: 22
Views: 5,894
Posted By fotheringay

As of yesterday, Mildenhall's fate was sealed by...

As of yesterday, Mildenhall's fate was sealed by the Ministry of Defence. As soon as the Americans pull out, the airfield will be developed for housing. Because of the timescale involved they hope...
Forum: ATC Issues
25th Sep 2009, 18:30
Replies: 20
Views: 3,801
Posted By fotheringay

I would have thought it would make sense to get...

I would have thought it would make sense to get the aircraft vacating the runway priority, so as to get him off the runway pronto. However, if the aircraft on the taxiway has a good head of steam...
Forum: Jet Blast
13th Aug 2009, 09:06
Replies: 6,173
Views: 247,456
Posted By fotheringay

Although the Lockerbie bomber was found guilty,...

Although the Lockerbie bomber was found guilty, there is some doubt , in some circles, that he is the right man.
25th Feb 2009, 09:59
Replies: 2,906
Views: 1,286,486
Posted By fotheringay

Even though it is a huge airport, any event like...

Even though it is a huge airport, any event like this happening would necessitate a full turnout from the Airport Fire Service and that in turn would mean no further air traffic movements due to a...
Forum: ATC Issues
26th Jan 2009, 10:58
Replies: 137
Views: 14,597
Posted By fotheringay

Can`t mention the word "Radar" to a puddle jumper...

Can`t mention the word "Radar" to a puddle jumper eh.

Except when he transits Class D controlled airspace, by request, then there is a requirement to upgrade the service to a "Radar Control...
23rd Dec 2008, 13:29
Replies: 99
Views: 85,406
Posted By fotheringay

. Cannot really add anymore. I can only...

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Cannot really add anymore. I can only assume they tied up some sort of system whereby blue diesel was injected into the exhaust, on demand. Whether it was on both engines or not I wouldn`t know....
22nd Dec 2008, 18:36
Replies: 99
Views: 85,406
Posted By fotheringay

Interestingly enough, in 1969, the Coltishall...

Interestingly enough, in 1969, the Coltishall display Lightning, (Bob Lightfoot flying I think) dabbled with blue smoke during its solo display. I think they tried it for about two practice sessions...
Forum: ATC Issues
7th Oct 2008, 10:01
Replies: 14
Views: 2,127
Posted By fotheringay

Possibly the aircraft was receiving a TA only as...

Possibly the aircraft was receiving a TA only as the low flying aircraft was squawking with no Mode C.
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