Rossiya747 wrote:NBGSkyGod wrote:Rossiya747 wrote:TSA stops NY residents from using Global Entry
What does that mean?
The NY state government has created an unsafe sanctuary state and the US government is retaliating and protecting its borders by banning New Yorkers from Global Entry
Nationals are in the World Series, my guess would be a fly-over for that game, not following the World Series, but if they were playing in DC then it would be for that.Jump to post
The infantry/carolina blue does need to go. The military doesn't hold on to uniforms for 50 plus years out of tradition; they are usually changed every 5 or so years. There's no reason to keep this 60's paint scheme for a presidential plane/status symbol for VIP travelers. The US Navy has used the ...Jump to post
Almost every day in the US a cockpit window cracks on a commercial aircraft. I see them regularly. It makes for great, sensational journalism on a slow news day but is not too far out of the ordinary. I seriously doubt that this happens on a regular basis... It happens pretty regularly, averages ou...Jump to post
I guess I am the only one who read this and thought, wow, Colorado Man is really trying to one-up Florida Man.Jump to post
Well we have a clear indication that the KC-46 does not have a higher scrape rate than existing USAF tankers. As part of closing out the issue though Boeing is still looking to improve the RVS system and confirmed that Boeing is paying the costs of these changes. Remember that list of KC-46 problem...Jump to post
What about the CRJ-705? A CRJ-900 with 70 seats requested AC Jazz.Jump to post
Trumps 757 is at ISP today, saw it as I was driving by, didn't get a picture though.Jump to post
Wait wait wait...Allegiant has a maintenance base?Jump to post
ATC addressed taxiway D (Delta) at KATL as “Taxiway Dixie” for decades. This was to avoid confusion with the many Delta Airlines call signs on the radio. Now Delta Airlines is history Dixie might be too. Not sure. It is actually charted as Dixie on the airport diagrams, and yes this is to avoid con...Jump to post
I heard on March 6th Frontier is dropping it ISP-MSY route.Jump to post
BravoOne wrote:I believe that Jetblue has started some sort of abinitio pilot program, Forgot the details.
From the NATCA Facebook page: "Veteran Honolulu Control Facility (HCF) member Steve Olson, recounting the experience of working yesterday: “8:07am I was plugged in working airplanes like I do every Saturday morning, when the day took a turn into the surreal. Pilot after pilot started to check i...Jump to post
Kieranclarkz wrote:Any plans to build direct train link from JFK to Manhattan?
Could reduce congestion getting into the city.
In regards to TAF forecasts, what do these numbers mean in BOLD color? 0301/0304 Is that the date and time? Text: BECMG 0301/0304 VRB03KT Forecast period: 0100 to 0900 UTC 03 January 2018 Forecast type: BECOMING: Conditions expected to become as follows by 0400 UTC 03 January 2018 Winds: variable d...Jump to post
meanwhile on Southwest...Jump to post
I foresee a fierce competition between Pilatus and Embraer, despite a superior reach at 783 nmi in favor of the Phenom 300. The Phenom 300, in service since 2010, is the best-selling and award-winning aircraft in its class in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, with more than 400 units produced and delivere...Jump to post
JamesAlice wrote:I once accidentally packed a whole packet of chocolate biscuits in to my lunch box.
KC-135R 57-1469 17540 161 ARW 197 ARS ANG USAF Phoenix Sky Harbor IAP AZ 12.14 10.14P KC-135R 59-1450 17938 161 ARW 197 ARS ANG USAF Phoenix Sky Harbor IAP AZ 12.14 10.14P KC-135R 60-0331 18106 161 ARW 197 ARS ANG USAF Phoenix Sky Harbor IAP AZ 4.15 3.15P; f/n KC-135R 61-0284 18191 161 ARW 197 ARS A...Jump to post
96-year-old millionaire Ted Vallas is again trying to get his California Pacific Airlines dream off the ground. This time CP Air has decided to purchase an operating certificate by acquiring Georgia based Aerodynamics, Inc which operates 5 ERJ145s and pair of EMB170s. CP Air now says they plan to l...Jump to post
atcsundevil wrote:jetblastdubai wrote:As we would have said at O'Hare: "Can I have his mid?"
Either that or checking the seniority list!
I've driven from northern NH to PHL. I figured the 1+30 drive to the airport to arrive 2 hours early, the 1 hour flight, 20-30 minutes to collect bags, another 20-30 minutes to rent a car, then 30 to drive to the hotel was near enough to the 6+30 drive to make it even, plus it only cost tolls and ga...Jump to post
The thing about EAS in the Northeast and as well as some other areas, is that yes in good weather they are 1 to 3 hours from a decent sized airport. However, while the decent sized airport is having nice weather and things are operating on time, where the passengers live, or the terrain in between m...Jump to post
Let's keep in mind, this is nothing but a high-level p1ssing match between cousins. KSA wants to lead the Gulf, by bullying if necessary. It's main adversary is Iran, owing to a lack of cousins and difference of opinion it the 'who succeeds Muhammed' argument. It takes a lot of gall for someone lik...Jump to post
Very US view of the world Aeroflot operated "thousands" of AN-2's, so are likely to have had a single fleet well excess of 500 at sometime between the 1950's - 1980's. Other Aeroflot candidates include: around 1 000 An-24 around 2 000 Il-14 around 1 000 Yak-40 around 700 Let L-410 Numbers...Jump to post
So the WARP's selected by the Air Force are used elsewhere in some variation, but they were deployed without the level of drawing details required by the FAA? My assumption is that there are drawings as the product was designed on paper before actual production, so the OEM has spent a couple years ...Jump to post
This really depends, if it means reviving Shuster's plan unaltered, then there may be life in it as it addressed a lot of the sticking points such as user fees, controller retirements, etc. If it ends up being a different bill, that attacks these issues and makes ATC a solely for-profit enterprise, ...Jump to post
The way I read the report, was short of the Tower not issuing correct surface information, and the pilot not getting on the reverses so aggressively, there wasn't much that could be changed. The conditions were deteriorating rapidly, the crew was faced with a picture that was vastly different from t...Jump to post
Sky God sez "Pilots are idiots.." Dude....what have you been smoking? There is no report of "medium" braking action. Only PIREPS of Good braking action. The accident airplane was the fifth arrival on runway 13 after it was last cleared. During this time, one report of medium bra...Jump to post
NBGSkygod claims: "Pilots are idiots...". Let's be clear...anyone who feels it necessary to call themselves SkyGod must think highly of themselves. Good for you. Evidently you have made up your mind. You also claim " I also noticed you said nothing about the fact the BRA had degraded...Jump to post
Also this: The captain decided to continue the approach to a landing because he and the first officer had determined that the landing criteria had been met, including the landing distance performance requirements for good braking action. The captain called the runway in sight as the airplane descend...Jump to post
The MD-90 was originally supposed to come off the line with the glass cockpit, but Delta, wanted the MD-88's cockpit systems to be more compatible with their training. So MDC went with that system, and left the glass cockpit as a customer option. Only Saudia took that option as they had a large flee...Jump to post