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14th Aug 2019, 17:36
Replies: 2,437
Views: 992,486
Posted By El Bunto

On the contrary, the cashflow is very useful. ...

On the contrary, the cashflow is very useful. Eventually they might need to issue refunds but that can be done at a financially convenient time. And a certain percentage of customers won't remember...
12th Aug 2019, 15:51
Replies: 900
Views: 629,212
Posted By El Bunto

They've been in the A350 sim since at least...

They've been in the A350 sim since at least February. They 'know' the machine inside out.
12th Jul 2019, 15:52
Replies: 1,166
Views: 480,797
Posted By El Bunto

The airport was first closed briefly for a runway...

The airport was first closed briefly for a runway inspection after G-JEDP landed at 18:42; A20N G-TTNB landed 19:01.

The second closure was from 19:40 to 20:30 but I don't know the cause.
11th Jul 2019, 08:26
Replies: 1,951
Views: 1,164,474
Posted By El Bunto

Err, the civil war in Lebanon ended nearly 30...

Err, the civil war in Lebanon ended nearly 30 years ago...
9th Jul 2019, 10:01
Replies: 2,437
Views: 992,486
Posted By El Bunto

I saw 'Verona holidays direct from Belfast by...

I saw 'Verona holidays direct from Belfast by Topflight' advertised on the side of a Metro bus at the weekend, but no further details
2nd Jul 2019, 08:34
Replies: 405
Views: 357,417
Posted By El Bunto

You hire crews on zero-hour contracts, it's not...

You hire crews on zero-hour contracts, it's not rocket surgery.

What they do in the lean periods is then their problem. Harsh, but there's the direction that the Corporate World has taken.
1st Jul 2019, 06:19
Replies: 60
Views: 16,219
Posted By El Bunto

The USA continued to work on air-launching (...

The USA continued to work on air-launching ( literal ) copies of the V-1, built by Willys as the JB-2 Loon and dropped from B-17s in tests. Tens of thousands were planned for the invasion of Japan,...
29th Jun 2019, 09:32
Replies: 16
Views: 4,590
Posted By El Bunto

The airlines get their cut of that, too, by...

The airlines get their cut of that, too, by charging an 'administration fee' for each itinerary; £19 on Easyjet for example. So you pay more for splitting the flights.

They really are...
27th Jun 2019, 11:09
Replies: 16
Views: 4,630
Posted By El Bunto

Given the prospect of a couple of frisky Typhoons...

Given the prospect of a couple of frisky Typhoons turning-up and providing missile-armed menace, I do wonder why any pilot would declare a 'security issue' instead of just claiming to have a...
27th Jun 2019, 07:30
Replies: 36
Views: 9,058
Posted By El Bunto

Most phones made since about 2012 have an...

Most phones made since about 2012 have an integrated barometer...

But to me the problem seems to be that you don't have a definite list of requirements. You'll never manage to buy a satisfactory...
24th Jun 2019, 07:12
Replies: 2,437
Views: 992,486
Posted By El Bunto

That's back to front. Much air travel is...

That's back to front. Much air travel is discretionary, so beyond a base load the level of demand is established by the pricing.

It's not obscure economics, it's the entire basis of Ryanair's...
20th Jun 2019, 12:11
Replies: 1,166
Views: 480,797
Posted By El Bunto

It was DH8D G-PRPE, shutdown port engine. Not...

It was DH8D G-PRPE, shutdown port engine. Not G-ECOR nor a Vueling A320 as shown in the newspaper photo!

Landed 07:59.
19th Jun 2019, 04:58
Replies: 900
Views: 629,212
Posted By El Bunto

What shocks me most about this order is the...

What shocks me most about this order is the language in the press release. Expressing 'every confidence' in Boeing, who have been shown to have lied, cheated and elided the facts throughout the...
17th Jun 2019, 11:41
Replies: 560
Views: 423,299
Posted By El Bunto

Odd considering that the A330-900 has basically...

Odd considering that the A330-900 has basically the same floor area as the 787-9 which they already have in their fleet. Why diversify with a small fleet?

Perhaps they're cheaper.
12th Jun 2019, 06:16
Replies: 7
Views: 4,900
Posted By El Bunto

Very nice, but quite a missed opportunity. We're...

Very nice, but quite a missed opportunity. We're at the point where adding an A300, A310 and A340 from commercial operators would have been possible to build the entire history of Airbus in the air....
9th Jun 2019, 19:01
Replies: 900
Views: 629,212
Posted By El Bunto

Well, because it was definitely a 747 and it was...

Well, because it was definitely a 747 and it was in a retro scheme and it was a daytrip and if it all went pear-shaped I could get a National Express coach home.

Have you actually priced...
8th Jun 2019, 06:21
Replies: 900
Views: 629,212
Posted By El Bunto

Like putting the three Retro 747s onto domestic...

Like putting the three Retro 747s onto domestic routes for specials in August, taking incredible bookings at eye-watering prices* and then... cancelling them a week later and refunding.

When I...
6th Jun 2019, 19:44
Replies: 2,434
Views: 1,057,851
Posted By El Bunto

They have started outside the arrivals exit, lots...

They have started outside the arrivals exit, lots of cones and barriers. Awkward if you are trying to get to the bus stands as you have to go straight across the road, along until parallel with...
3rd Jun 2019, 05:23
Replies: 33
Views: 8,682
Posted By El Bunto

Marvellous irony: "Unfortunately, our...

Marvellous irony:

"Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries."

Anyway, shooting props at 1/400th like that photo won't ever qualify for 'good photography'
3rd Jun 2019, 05:22
Replies: 33
Views: 8,682
Posted By El Bunto

[QUOTE=cavuman1;10475665]An interesting article...

[QUOTE=cavuman1;10475665]An interesting article with some good photography concerning seven of the Dakotas which will return to re-enact the 75th anniversary of the Normandy invasion.[/url]
...
1st Jun 2019, 21:53
Replies: 6
Views: 4,291
Posted By El Bunto

Not 'fully'. Boeing had used aluminium fuel...

Not 'fully'. Boeing had used aluminium fuel pipes in the 727-100 to minimise weight, and for simplicity had routed them through the base of the ventral fairing. This made them very vulnerable to...
31st May 2019, 06:54
Replies: 81
Views: 22,019
Posted By El Bunto

707s were flying 9+ hour sectors from the early...

707s were flying 9+ hour sectors from the early 1960s. For a long time the World's longest non-stop route was Buenos Aires to Madrid which was introduced in 1968 or so; 5450nm great-circle.

Going...
23rd May 2019, 11:47
Replies: 6
Views: 3,278
Posted By El Bunto

Various options: 1. There might not be an...

Various options:

1. There might not be an FR24 feeder in the area;
2. FR24 won't show an Mode-S aircraft until it has achieved a certain threshold distance of calculated flightpath*;
3. The...
9th May 2019, 07:00
Replies: 2
Views: 1,825
Posted By El Bunto

Pedantically it's a medical diversion. 'divert'...

Pedantically it's a medical diversion. 'divert' is a verb not a noun.
24th Apr 2019, 05:12
Replies: 23
Views: 2,983
Posted By El Bunto

Which wouldn't mean anything to ATC since the...

Which wouldn't mean anything to ATC since the flightplan says KSEA.

I don't really know why IATA codes are still used for anything these days, what with 'controlled duplicates' and others that...
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