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20th Sep 2020, 01:55
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etudiant It is up to Boeing's CEO and...

etudiant

It is up to Boeing's CEO and Executive Management to interpret the Committee Report regarding Friedman's work; that would go for almost all private, unelected...
19th Sep 2020, 16:33
Replies: 428
Views: 169,380
Posted By PJ2

GlobalNav - I think most know the "how and why"...

GlobalNav - I think most know the "how and why" these two B737 MAX's crashed and Boeing faces a disastrous position within the American and world aviation industry. Unfortunately, as power grows...
18th Sep 2020, 18:25
Replies: 428
Views: 169,380
Posted By PJ2

Some one had suggested that this was an "SMS...

Some one had suggested that this was an "SMS problem", or represents "the" problem with SMS. No way - first, SMS is an airline safety process and that is not the main problem here. Added: While there...
18th Sep 2020, 16:32
Replies: 428
Views: 169,380
Posted By PJ2

:ok: +1 The manufacturer is expected to adhere...

:ok: +1
The manufacturer is expected to adhere to the highest possible design and engineering standards and the regulator must ensure that that is the case. This bi-partisan report emphasizes this...
11th Aug 2020, 13:28
Replies: 364
Views: 165,643
Posted By PJ2

Thanks, tdracer...of course! ;) vilas, good...

Thanks, tdracer...of course! ;)

vilas, good demonstration; the A340 & A330 main gear are similar - slight extension on rotation for tail clearance. The oleo is shortened slightly on retraction and...
10th Aug 2020, 14:13
Replies: 364
Views: 165,643
Posted By PJ2

Re position of the throttles - anything is...

Re position of the throttles - anything is possible here as to why pedestal controls are in the position they are - it is possible that the separate of fuselage sections pulled the cables...
9th Aug 2020, 00:26
Replies: 364
Views: 165,643
Posted By PJ2

The recorders should be in excellent shape - do...

The recorders should be in excellent shape - do they have them yet?
5th Jul 2020, 13:45
Replies: 1,657
Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

Hi vilas - not current, but if I remember, in the...

Hi vilas - not current, but if I remember, in the Emer Electrical Config the a/c is in Alt.Law as stated, but all protections are lost and when the gear goes down the aircraft reverts to Direct...
16th Jun 2020, 17:46
Replies: 1,657
Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

Re "culture stems from the top...all the way to...

Re "culture stems from the top...all the way to the 'shop floor' ." Indeed it does and this is true of any & all human organizational behaviour. Take a look at Flight Safety Foundation Human Factors...
10th Jun 2020, 20:13
Replies: 1,657
Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

Here, no difference. But the point is, in all...

Here, no difference.
But the point is, in all communications there are always two and "what you do" is based upon a clear understanding of what the other said, even if one does nothing. The...
10th Jun 2020, 18:59
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Posted By PJ2

Since the AF447 threads, it's always a pleasure...

Since the AF447 threads, it's always a pleasure to read your contributions, WillowRun.

Re, "comfortable", etc., good question. It's like the phrase I've heard on occasion, "yeah, we'll do all...
7th Jun 2020, 19:54
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Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

Yeah, confusing once I re-read it - "very low...

Yeah, confusing once I re-read it - "very low go-around rate for the number of non-stabilized approaches indicated in the data", is what I meant to convey.
7th Jun 2020, 17:58
Replies: 1,657
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Posted By PJ2

FOQA/FDM data typically shows a very low...

FOQA/FDM data typically shows a very low non-stable approach to go-around ratio. Despite the data being presented to pilots and management/training alike, breaking through this phenomena has proven...
30th May 2020, 21:55
Replies: 1,657
Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

Great post, lederhosen. I think the industry...

Great post, lederhosen.

I think the industry is on its way to addressing the decreasing/degrading skill problem - certainly simulator curricula are increasingly providing this. I agree it isn't...
30th May 2020, 00:03
Replies: 1,657
Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

Hi td - yes, I thought what you wrote was spot on...

Hi td - yes, I thought what you wrote was spot on because that is precisely what occurred. Perfectly serviceable & nobody home.

Knowing one's airplane including its energy-level & trend, the...
29th May 2020, 22:17
Replies: 1,657
Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

Thumbs up Precisely. Why these observations/comments...

Precisely.

Why these observations/comments about "non-moving thrust levers" continue to arise in discussions regarding accidents involving Airbus after thirty years of worldwide A320 flying, is a...
24th May 2020, 19:32
Replies: 1,657
Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

Once below 260kts, the valve opens and the gear...

Once below 260kts, the valve opens and the gear extends as per the gear handle selection. It's a trap if it doesn't work that way.
24th May 2020, 00:37
Replies: 1,657
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Posted By PJ2

tdracer, I haven't listened to the ATC...

tdracer, I haven't listened to the ATC recordings, but for clarity for others who may not have flown or know the A320/Airbus products, likely the aural warning would have been a flap overspeed not an...
24th May 2020, 00:01
Replies: 1,657
Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

:ok: Hi Lonewolf_50 - that statement is SO...

:ok:

Hi Lonewolf_50 - that statement is SO true; right there, just ahead of "airspeed, altitude & ideas"!
23rd May 2020, 22:37
Replies: 1,657
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Posted By PJ2

Iron Duck, how do you see ATC being involved?

Iron Duck, how do you see ATC being involved?
23rd May 2020, 21:24
Replies: 1,657
Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

Precisely. I think the gear was missed in the...

Precisely.
I think the gear was missed in the rushed approach. I think that this is unfolding as a human factors accident.
23rd May 2020, 20:17
Replies: 1,657
Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

The only time to rush might be in a rejected...

The only time to rush might be in a rejected takeoff. Otherwise, there is no need to "rush" any time when flying a transport, especially when performing a go-around, but, like engine fail/fire...
23rd May 2020, 14:57
Replies: 1,657
Views: 2,624,673
Posted By PJ2

In accident investigation, one cannot describe...

In accident investigation, one cannot describe anything in aviation as, "abolutely impossible", or "unbelievable" or other notions that dismiss certain scenarios with, "...no crew would ever do...",...
Forum: Rotorheads
28th Feb 2020, 13:16
Replies: 14
Views: 5,040
Posted By PJ2

Pilot, five passengers - minor injuries only....

Pilot, five passengers - minor injuries only. Apparently a roll-over.
25th Feb 2020, 00:08
Replies: 59
Views: 12,016
Posted By PJ2

Hi Centaurus, greetings from the northern...

Hi Centaurus, greetings from the northern hemisphere!

I learned to fly in 1967 in a Fleet-80 Canuck. Stalls and full spins, not just incipient spins, were part of the private licence course. I...
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