Nowt wrong with flying barefoot.Jump to post
Is the Boeing CEO's alter ego called Captain Obvious?Jump to post
Can anyone explain why both Boeing and Airbus have used such old processors in their new aircraft? I didn't even know the 286 processor was still being produced. Do newer more powerful processors have cooling issues or something? If you changed the chip in any flight related computor, then you woul...Jump to post
N766UA wrote:Admire the skill? Sorry guys, but I’m not impressed.
reltney wrote:Good luck naysayers...you will loose this discussion..
T4thH wrote:"check information, start the brain and than (only than) start typing"
It appears America has learned nothing from the Bombardier C-Series debacle. When you try and force a company's hand, often the product you are trying to force one way, ends up in the hands of someone much more capable and ends up going in an entirely different direction. America has shot itself in ...Jump to post
If you recline your seat without checking if the person behind you is okay, you're a douchebag. End of story. Doesn't matter if it is "your right", or you "paid for a reclining seat". Doesn't matter if the person behind you has a cheaper ticket than you. Have courtesy in a public...Jump to post
This is why I scoff at "scientists" wheeled out by news corps etc on TV or in print media to "prove" things like Global Warming. "Science" is mostly a bunch of theories with no actual understandings or proof. Some people with fancy letters after their name often proffer...Jump to post
rigo wrote:To hell with this. I won't be flying on anything that does not have windows (not screens).
It still doesn’t change the fact the blackbird holds the fastest transatlantic crossing time. Not in the context of a normal flight, it doesn't. Which is what this thread is referencing. The Blackbird flight was in no way "normal". Point to point IN THE AIR, without takeoff and landing at...Jump to post
PepeTheFrog wrote:The 737 MAX will not be rebranded. David Calhoun believes the brand name is still strong.
Welcome to Western media, where attacking anything Eastern is a speciality. China built something? ZOMGZZZ THEYZ COPIED IT FROM SOMEONEZ ELSEZ THEYZ MUSTZ BEZ HACKINGZ USZ!! An innocent Russian calmly drinking his vodka in his snowed in hut? ZOMGZZZ THEYZ COPIED IT FROM SOMEONEZ ELSEZ THEYZ MUSTZ BE...Jump to post
nine4nine wrote:Dreadful, unimpressive, and zero creative imagination. How many millions did they pay a firm for that uninspiring wanna-be UTA/Lufthansa plain Jane cliche livery? They could have paid me 2,000 to do that on Microsoft Paint.
Dreams take flight? Someone in Boeings PR dept. is being overly optimistic, though I guess they have to be right now.Jump to post
Got to keep the old globe theory alive against the rising tide of Flat Earthers I suppose.Jump to post
This is all going to make a great novel, or indeed factual book in the future.
It's already reminding me of a published novel: Michael Chrichton's "Airframe".
reltney wrote:They don’t play well with others....
Theres a national/regional language barrier here that some people aren't appreciating.
"Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition".
My God, the amount of people on here that are probably wearing tin-foil hats whilst commenting is ridiculous.
You've probably more chance of your airliner developing a catastrophic failure (engine or airframe) during your flight than coming to ANY kind of grief flying through NK airspace.