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Old 15th Oct 2018, 01:56
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What a stupid pissing contest.
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Old 18th Oct 2018, 00:01
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Local rules apply

In Ethiopia I fly both because the local CAA allows it. Each governing authority sets the rules and there is nothing to argue about when it comes to rules. Next topic please
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Old 18th Oct 2018, 07:52
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The question

Originally Posted by PILOTHEAD View Post
In Ethiopia I fly both because the local CAA allows it. Each governing authority sets the rules and there is nothing to argue about when it comes to rules. Next topic please
Thats great but still does not explain why idiots like Dabssa will tell you it is not a common type when it clearly is.

Their CAA may not allow you to fly both but IT IS STILL A COMMON TYPE and the question was...... 'Would the pilots fly both due to it being a common type?'

So the answer could very well be no because the Taiwanese CAA says no but it is not a no due to it NOT being a common type as the only people who decide if it is a common type is BOEING...Nobody else...

The Taiwanese CAA may feel it is unsafe, unprofessional or whatever reason they come up with but not for the common type argument....BOEING SAYS it is a common type therefor it is a common type!!!

That fact is undeniable!!...just like the 757/767 is a common type...A318/319/320/321 are a common type....Taiwan CAA does not get to decide this, no CAA does!!
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Old 18th Oct 2018, 16:55
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The CAA dictates MFF
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Old 18th Oct 2018, 20:16
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Kid will always be kid!! Next topic
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Old 19th Oct 2018, 05:08
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Originally Posted by Daddy Fantastic View Post
Show me 1 concrete answer with indisputable proof.

Under the FAA it is a common type as it is under EASA so please tell me where the concrete proof is. Im far more interested in what EASA and the FAA do and say than an Asian CAA considering EASA and the FAA are what that world aviation standards are based off.
Under FAA the 787 and 777 are two different ratings, same with the A330 and A350. There was a FAA report suggesting a common type ratings for the 787 and 777 however they never implemented it.

https://registry.faa.gov/TypeRatings/

In Europe under EASA the 777/787 and A330/A350 are common type ratings.

Taiwan CAA follows the FAA in this instance.
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Old 19th Nov 2018, 21:14
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Anybody recently did the screening in Taiwan? I recently applied and got invited to Taiwan but I would like to receive some feedback before going.
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Old 18th Dec 2018, 05:25
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Originally Posted by dragongoliath View Post
Anybody recently did the screening in Taiwan? I recently applied and got invited to Taiwan but I would like to receive some feedback before going.
Iím interested in EVA. How did your sim and interview go? Any comment would be much appreciated.
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