Due to the nature of the terrain and the airport, for normal operations at ASE, the landings on 15 and departures on 33 are done simultaneously. Approach will have aircraft lined up for landing on 15 with spacing to allow for departures off 33. Tower will have aircraft lined up to allow a takeoff f...Jump to post
Woodreau wrote:Aspen does it as well. Lands 15 and departs 33 simultaneously.
scbriml wrote:Except it won't look anything like that by the time Health & Safety has their say
Apple insult you on a daily basis. And no, I'm probably not a tax payer in your country, I live in the free world. At least two people in this thread appear to be unable to read English. I didn't say "all apple users are idiots", I said "apple are good at parting money from idiots&quo...Jump to post
Personally, I'd stick to PC. Apple uses all the same components these days and charges a pretty premium for it. You can easily find similar spec'd PC's for less than 2/3's (usually half) the cost of a Mac. (There used to be an argument apple once had a slight edge for graphics work on their "ow...Jump to post
As has been said before. Parliament represents the referendum result with remarkable accuracy, no clear direction or majority one way or the other. Hence the current impasse.
Of course, your average brextremist will vehemently disagree.
I really hope that the next UK PM to be a die hard brexiter. Negotiations will be so easy .... There won't be any, the EU holds the cards in deals with the EU. Your brextremist fantasy can yell, stamp feet all it wants to, the fact is, you won't get a better deal than WE ALREADY HAVE as a member an...Jump to post
Lots of amusing banter here, but nobody has asked the really important question: Is it scone (as in cone) or scone (as in gone)? :spin: Scone as in gone is the correct pronunciation. Those that pronounce it scone as in cone are the same ones you'll find with delusions or pretensions to grandeur, th...Jump to post
Reading through the code and ettiquite for the American flag, two things jump out at me: The flag should never be fastened, displayed, used, or stored so that it might be easily torn, soiled, or damaged in any way. And these two points about displaying a flag on a vehicle: The flag should not be di...Jump to post
The answer is a mix of all the above: Airbus didn't want to include any during the design phase due to increased weigh and maintenance cost. The FAA objected and insisted it had a pair so Airbus obliged. The pair are on the inboard engines, as they are closer to the centre line and therefore cause l...Jump to post
Braybuddy wrote:What is Game of Thrones?
Anyone on here a fan of Newcastle brown? I really enjoyed the original which apparently is going away fast due to slowing sales so Heineken is having Lagunitas in the US brew this new stuff. I just tried it and I hate it. Also the old Newcastle looks like it's going away and being replaced with the...Jump to post
Nope, the aircraft being pushed restricts it. It takes 9 men (3 on each main gear, 2 on nose wheel, plus dispatcher/walker) to push a Sukhoi Superjet, 12 for a CRJ (6 per wing).
Anything larger, forget it. Too heavy and too few places to push safely.
I couldn't give a flying fox about you thinking differently, I have defended your rights to do so.
You may wish to look up the definition of ignorant, you appear to be misinformed on that one too.
remain remains the default position. No it isn’t, no deal exit is the only option that dosnt have to be passed by parliament as it’s automatic at the end of the notification time limit, remain revoke A50 WA all need to be passed by an act of parliament Maybe read the post before quoting the reply t...Jump to post
I guess we should agree to disagree, but the one verifiable fact is the UK has an uncodified UK constitution and as such UK parliamentary sovereignty has been recognised to have unlimited legislative power, although the vote at referendum was non-binding it still needed parliament approval to be ac...Jump to post
Book yourself onto a "fear of flying" course. Most major airlines run them, a lot of major airports do too. Can't speak for your part of the world but the UK's courses have extremely good success rates. Worth every penny of the £200-£300 fee to the vast majority that take the courses. The ...Jump to post
~ but what it did do was show the government the direction we want to take the country ~ because the TM WA does not respect the referendum ~ if the UK does not leave how does that equate to respecting the referendum ~ but we wont respect the outcome or respect the will of the people Once again, you...Jump to post
Still can't grasp what an advisory vote is ay? So you can’t get over the fact that the government said it will honour the result of the referendum They are, I fully acknowledged they are doing a wonderful job of representing the result of the referendum, hence the steaming pile of turd that is the ...Jump to post
Still can't grasp what an advisory vote is ay? I'd say Parliament is doing a rather spectacular job of representing the result of the referendum. Fortunately, they're finally showing signs of acting in the best interests of the country now, no deal is out, the only deal available is out, which leave...Jump to post
If only airports gave some sort of guide for these sorts of things. https://www.yyc.com/en-us/travellerinfo/flightinformation/connectionguide.aspx Arrive, follow purple 'connection centre' signs , clear border via international connection lane, re-screen, and await flight. Assume it's all on a singl...Jump to post
The trouble is these days, people read things and automatically have answers and conclusions without any facts to back it all up. Yay, your first valid statement. Something you've done with every single brexiteer 'fact' you've presented. All of which have been comprehensively debunked yet you still...Jump to post
Oh dear, more ad hominem attacks! You'd think a man of such superior intelligence would be able to distinguish the difference between statements of publicly recorded fact and the guff filled attempts to belittle others, deflect from facts, call professionals & actual experts 'idiots' and those ...Jump to post
You got that wrong. If the UK does not sign a deal and does not revoke Article 50, no deal it is. British parliament can only vote against the the no deal by voting for something else that can be agreed on by both parties. Nothing to do with the default provisions now. Parliament have committed to ...Jump to post
The choices are: No deal exit - Voted down by Parliament so won't be happening, by default or otherwise. Acknowledged by all but the most stubborn/deluded as severely damaging to the nation's interests. Exit with WA in place - Won't pass through Parliament as is. The EU quite correctly won't renegot...Jump to post
To the Ethiopians the concept of MAC and CG probably are concepts that escape them. Third world countries flying aircraft can be a scary proposition. What a blinkered, nonsensical and frankly disgusting point of view. All Ethiopians (3rd worlders) are retards? Grow the fark up, Eithiopian aviation ...Jump to post
And no, Chris Ken, I'm not a conspiracy theorist! I'm a published intelligence author, including in peer-reviewed intelligence journals, and have taught the subject at Masters level. Yes, you are. "A conspiracy theory is the fear of a nonexistent conspiracy or the unnecessary assumption of con...Jump to post
But still I am glad people here use that and not the much worse mm-dd-yyyy. Why is the latter much worse? Because the month and day can be easily confused by an international audience in all but the latter part of the month. day-month-year & year-month-day are easily distinguished. The month an...Jump to post
Why would you rearrange the order of digits in a number? Consistency of order. If you normally read from most significant digit to least, why would you flip the order for dates? Why would you not keep it consistent across clock times? Why do you assume the year is the most significant digit? In gen...Jump to post
Pretty easy to see who made the edits in question on wiki. Linking it to an a.net forum user account is slightly trickier from this side of the database but one very much stands out as a prime candidate within seconds of looking. It'd probably be easily confirmed by an admin/mod with access to the u...Jump to post
sabenapilot wrote:Brexiteers are already starting to deflect the blame, it seems....
Isn't "no meat Friday" supposed to be year round ? In France it used to be that way in schools, even though most aren't Catholic schools. It is. Strangely they got around that one by declaring pretty much every day as a "feast" day, thus circumventing (their) "god's word&qu...Jump to post
Celsius is based off of the freezing and boiling points for water, so to measure temperature of a substance, it makes total sense Old news I'm afraid. Since the 50's it's been based on absolute zero and the triple point of VSMOW (Vienna Standard Mean Ocean Water). This made and kept it tied directl...Jump to post
Aesma wrote:Frankly that sounds like May is trying to sabotage Brexit so that remaining is the only option.
EasyJet will soon not be an EU airline, at least the larger UK-based part of it. . Except that the bulk of the UK division (formerly known as EasyJet) has already been moved and re-registered on an Austrian AOC as "EasyJet Europe". 'EasyJet UK' will be left as a non-EU airline post brexit...Jump to post
I am not going to quote the whole article you linked. Reading it might enlighten you and stop your from writing even more nonsense. Let me guess: You also believe 'the EU' wanted to take your 3-pin-plug away and told the poor UK the exact curvature your bananas need to have, right? Nothing will enl...Jump to post
EA401 was a Lockheed L-1011 Tristar, Chris. My mistake/typo, I was indeed supposed to type L-1011. I entirely accept that a body at neutral buoyancy might be just below the surface and difficult to spot, but if the pilot had drowned anywhere near the surface his body should have washed ashore by no...Jump to post
If you assume that such a permit was obtained, what's the point of this thread? Obviously I started the thread to trigger you into replying... Actually, I started it because we should take this seriously. Drones near airports are becoming a major issue in the UK, given recent incidents, and it is o...Jump to post
Bodies don't normally sink unless they're weighted down, Correct, only if you make the assumption the body was dumped on the surface to begin with, and that body had positive to neutral buoyancy. Incorrect when you're aware any body will become negatively buoyant at depth of around 9 metres. The ai...Jump to post