To me the worst clickbait YT videos are political ones, especially with anti-Trump and anti-Conservatives views. Far too often they are 'Trump going to jail' type titles that are way beyond actual content. Anything political is on my avoid list, no matter which side it is from. Immediately gets “no...Jump to post
Everything is usually do not recommend channel. And if it is one of the feature boxes YouTube adds for some new music feature, I just use the content blocker to get rid of the element on the page permanently. Except for maybe Iain Tyrrell Classic Cars (from Broughton near Airbus)- no clickbait from ...Jump to post
One big factor why an A380 successor may not be needed is the growth of high speed railways in Europe and Asia. The French have already started banning flights less than 2½ hours (see https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexledsom/2022/04/03/france-travel-many-short-haul-flights-outlawed-from-april/?sh=42...Jump to post
Just wondering why these two photos of the same a/c were accepted, rather than having one accepted and the other rejected for "double" 6919659 6919675 Thanks in advance for the clarification. Same question for these: 6937955 6937951 Thank you. Different locations and background. What is t...Jump to post
There is no excuse to attack someone, certainly not based on a religion. Well he insulted it and though I don't condone the act you have to understand what you are doing before you do it. I don't insult any other religion whether I like it or not. Except they consider legitimate criticism of religi...Jump to post
Found in the main civil aviation forum a few days ago:
Huh? Buy One, Get One Free.
I guess they were hoping that would catch on like those mythical A350-1200s and A350-1400s that everyone always talks about.
Why on earth would someone even bother participating in non-aviation discussions on an aviation website like this one? I'm sure there are plenty of other sites/platforms for that. :confused: Where have you been on this site? Non-Av has been robust for literally decades. I actually don't disagree wi...Jump to post
Another milestone. https://www.newsweek.com/ukraine-shaping-war-counteroffensive-isw-himars-kherson-russia-1731152%3famp=1 ISW is saying that the Ukrainian is now taking the initiative and shaping the battle space instead of just reacting to Russian movement. bt Sorry, that page cannot be found. Do...Jump to post
If something else needs doing, I hit ESC and go do whatever needs to be done. That said, most things that need doing need someone else to do them for me at the moment because I'm still unable to walk properly without crutches. I don't do 16 hour flights anyway, except for maybe once when I replicate...Jump to post
Wow, I watched that and jeeesh... the guy is waaaayyyy over-reacting... but I suppose it's a way to get more likes to the video?? Yeah, I just wasted 2 minutes of my remaining life time before I stopped the video. Did he really say „near death experience“? Didn’t listen well, was too distracted by ...Jump to post
Were there any kidnappings or hostage situations? No building explosions or cars driving off a cliff? ;) You forgot the plane crash! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_plane_crash_(Neighbours) It’s also quite notable that Neighbours had wonderful levels of LGBT representation. Not just one token ste...Jump to post
Were there any kidnappings or hostage situations? No building explosions or cars driving off a cliff? ;) I didn't see any of it, just saw the media hype. Maybe this will be the replacement TV soap opera: https://www.smh.com.au/sport/swimming/false-news-chalmers-unloads-on-reports-of-rift-with-mckeon...Jump to post
Hi, Many thanks and as more of an old-timer I guess in flightsim I can't remember anything specific although I'm sure I started a flight or two by just running off the runway somehow before quickly restarting! Not to mention a few times or more getting kinda lost when trying to fly IFR with Fs9 ATC...Jump to post
Aaron747 wrote:scottyraven wrote:NetJets would be my new favorite airline.
With $700m or so after taxes, you could more than afford your own Citation X or Global X and support system to operate/fly it.
My god, it would ruin my life as well as my families, and the life of everyone around me! Everyone getting money that would remove any need to do anything ever again! Just terrible. Still I'd like to win, see what such ruination was actually like. ;-) I have no idea what I would actually do with it...Jump to post
If a build is ever really finished… https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FULDKFBXoAEPSlS?format=jpg&name=large HP Omni desktop (MSFS 2020) ASUS 54” monitor Real Sim Gear G1000 panels Logitech switch panel Turtle Beach Velocity One yoke/throttle quadrant Thrustmaster/Airbus side stick Logitech rudder ped...Jump to post
On afterburners, even Concorde was to get rid of those with the follow on B model, so we can probably say those won’t be necessary for any SST going forward these days. Maybe. Afterburners need unburnt oxygen to provide extra thrust. Pure turbojets only have a small percentage gain from using after...Jump to post
Well i guess if the availability of the Boom meant 6 or 7 Gulfstreams or BBJ's didn't make the trip over the pond, then maybe it's not so bad for the environment. Which begs the question - might they be better off with a smaller design that carried fewer passengers and could get by with 2 engines? ...Jump to post
No private jet engine on the market would be able to push this design to Mach 1.7. The engine will have to be from a fighter jet. Bypass ratio is critical. A typical private jet with a bypass ratio of 5:1 means there is 5 parts of slow bypass air for every part of fast core exhaust. The overall exh...Jump to post
I wondered why the LX-DIO 737 BBJ I was using wasn't able to go Nice to Dubai,
Turns out by default it doesn't have the AUX fuel tanks specified and you have to manually configure them in the PMDG options. Wish I could just set that by default.
Another one I liked was Stiftskeller (Stiftgasse 1-7, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria). Although they weren't too interested when just two of us arrived, when I explained 40 people would soon be arriving they got an army of staff together to get everything prepared quickly. Food was great, large portions an...Jump to post
At the beer garden near the ski-jump in Innsbruck (might have been Gasthaus Bretterkeller), just a good old fashioned schnitzel dish, huge portions and nice beer at very reasonable price. Perfect for us jet-lagged cyclists who had gone Sydney-Dubai-Munich then got the Deutsche-Bahn train down from M...Jump to post
B21 have been talked about in the Australian media but not really sure what sort of traction it gets within the GOTD https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/getting-the-most-out-of-aukus-could-require-plan-b-21/ But would make more people nervous in the immediate region besides the Chinese How about the ...Jump to post
It is a little odd that after a few years of alleged development, they come out with…a different aircraft The first instance of the Overture was a simple Concorde rip-off; compare the wing planform. It was never a serious design. Or something of a mini me version of the Lockheed submission to the U...Jump to post
So is that what will save the A380s from the scrapper? Turning them into de facto turboprops? How else do you plan to test this engine? On a twin engine plane, and what happens if your test engine fails? People are so quick to get their snarky remarks in about the A380. But we hear nothing of the 7...Jump to post
The 4,250nm range is problematic. Can'd do SFO-Tokyo; SEA-Tokyo is just under 4,200nm nonstop direct, but that's cutting it too close to allow for sub-optimal routing, winds, and alternate. Of course, it can cross the Atlantic nonstop no problem, just like the Concord, but it's the difference over ...Jump to post
And they have a supersonic aircraft that they say is also for West Coast US - Asia, but refuel in Hawaii? So they'll fly supersonic but then slow, descend, land, taxi, refuel, taxi, takeoff, climb, and then go supersonic again to Asia? What part of this picture doesn't look right?!!! Hawaii to LAX ...Jump to post
They've said since the beginning of their program they'd come out with a demonstrator first, so this shouldn't be surprising to anyone... Maybe look into the wider history of the company before launching criticisms Why look at history? Isn’t in enough to see “sst” and launch into full on attack aga...Jump to post
I got the PMDG 737-700 for FS2020 and also the Service Update 10 beta. The SU10 beta is excellent in DX12 mode at least for my system and video card (32GB), I read others with normal video cards and less VRAM are having problems with visual glitches. The performance is very much improved. It looks g...Jump to post
2424172,2258898 If you look closely at the above photos to see the details ("View Large"), I think these may be a match to your seat fabric. The concavity at the back of the tray table also matches. Bingo, we have a match: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b7/Airbus_A340-64...Jump to post
My sim of choice is FSX so that's where my stories come from: ...... On several occasions I've blown right past the top of descent point and put the plane into a dive 20-30 miles from the airport. Made it in but the pax probably weren't thrilled :lol: You need Concorde. Do a "Fall Off The Wall...Jump to post
Very sorry to relay that he is dead: https://www.smh.com.au/world/asia/forme ... 5b06j.html
RIP Shinzo Abe - 1954-2022.
The world of ultra expensive watches is completely insane anyway. None of it appeals to me. Even if I woke up tomorrow with Jeff Bezos money somehow, I wouldn't waste any of it on these things. I still think a limited production Patek is definitely worth it, like those double-sided super-complicate...Jump to post
https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/japan-ex-prime-minister-abe-may-have-been-shot-taken-hospital-nhk-2022-07-08/ His condition doesn't look good. Japanese media are reporting that Abe's heart and lung functions have stopped. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdp1PeW1tdQ That is very sad and s...Jump to post
These days in FS2020 the graphics card appears to matter as well. My CPU is a little above the mid-spec but the GPU is fast and has a lot of memory, more than the typical gaming GPUs. On the Mac side we don't have support for the new 6950 Radeons (yet). I would love to have tried the W6800X DUO 64GB...Jump to post
For 1.9 million you could buy a whole collection of high end watches AND the house to put them in. And I agree this thing is ugly. The actually watch face is a tiny circle on a huge flat surface. It’s bragging and nothing else. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk 1.9m won’t even get you a single hig...Jump to post
The best way would be to give some of those educators practical lessons about "involuntary relocation" so they can learn about it through first hand experience. That's the best way to get them up to speed with what they are supposed to be teaching. Theory is one thing, practical knowledge ...Jump to post
Built like a tank. The Radeon W6800X video card is very chunky as well. Even the case is very heavy to lift off it. my old Mac Pro was also really heavy. I dreaded moving it. Good Lord. That is incredible. I don't remember the last time I saw a tower that heavy. The old one 2010-2012 vintage was al...Jump to post
PanAm_DC10 wrote:Hello Chris
Unfortunately it had to be removed fpr editing as it was two images overlayed into one
What happened with the train/plane photo?
https://www.airliners.net/photo/China-A ... /6914083/L
it’s nearly 20kg! :weightlifter: What in the world do you have in that thing!? Haha, it's one of these: https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-cPvsFP2/0/ecd5cf83/M/i-cPvsFP2-M.jpg Built like a tank. The Radeon W6800X video card is very chunky as well. Even the case is very heavy to lift off it. my old...Jump to post