That's because unarmed law enforcement in other countries doesn't have to worry about being shot, whereas in the US an average of 5 police officers are shot in the line of duty every week. Maybe they should stop pulling their weapons every single non chance they get and the other guys won't feel th...Jump to post
If the passenger didn't have insurance are they essentially stranded? For your information, it is within the European Union. As long as you have in one of the member states a national, social health insurance, it will cover, at least, all the basic costs. Think the OP meant travel insurance (for th...Jump to post
Is Mastercard still a thing? I hope so because Amazon just announced that they'll not be accepting Visa in the UK after 18th January. :o Just Visa Credit Cards, debt card will continue to be accepted. Supposedly the cards fees Visa charges, nothing whatsoever to do with the amazon branded mastercar...Jump to post
No sure if the US has the system in place but all transmissions in UK airspace on 121.5 are triangulated in seconds by the D&D cells (and an abundance of other local facilities). It really should be too difficult for the relevant authority stateside to identify the culprits abusing the emergency...Jump to post
TC957 wrote:BA fly to KEF too...
Because Neeleman isn't part of JetBlue anymore.
Because he spotted a gap in the market, because he founded Breeze to fill that gap.
The gap being secondary low-cost point to point routes that bypass traditional large hubs (quicker/cheaper secondary city service).
How would it be brexit related? They use them for flights from LHR (Common Travel Area). SAS announced the Irish AOC back in 2017 (back before anyone actually knew what form brexit would take - pre-emptive) https://www.irishtimes.com/business/transport-and-tourism/sas-to-register-planes-in-ireland-...Jump to post
SAS Ireland who have been flying a small fleet of Irish registered SAS A320NEOs on mainline SAS routes have finally started using their own callsign "Spinnaker" on some flights and "Scandinavian" on others. Anyone know the logic and rationale for this? More 'favourable' employme...Jump to post
"2000 miles" as far as the UK's Air Passenger Duty is concerned. Band A (Short Haul) - Destination country's captial city less than 2000 miles from London Band B (Long Haul) - Destination country's captial city more than 2000 miles from London Personally Less than 2 hrs - Short Haul 4 hrs ...Jump to post
https://www.usa.gov/who-can-vote Arrest does not in itself bar you from voting. Cannot vote whilst detained in prison. Only a handful of felony convictions remove the right to vote post sentence (depending on state). The list is being reduced as states move towards restoring more rights post serving...Jump to post
The airfield apparently contravenes city ordinances which aren't governed by the FAA. The city won't have known/cared until the complaints arrived. If he registered the strip with the FAA, the locals can’t do schit about it. If the strip existed before the area was put within town limits, the local...Jump to post
StarAC17 wrote:Don't you mean over the surface? Or am I misunderstanding.
The windows do automatically “clear” on the 787 when you descend through 10,000 feet but unless the crew lock them clear at that time a pax can darken them again. I’m sure the 350 will be similar. Not all carriers require windows to be open/clear for take off and landing though. In the US it is a r...Jump to post
My question is about the UK auto license question. I'm an American here so I'm curious. You guys have a different license for manual and automatic transmission? For us in the states the transmission type doesn't matter. The only thing is the size of the vehicle. Big trucks and buses require a Comme...Jump to post
Hi guys, My name is Tom, i am 18 years old from England. I am currently looking to enter the world of work as i am thinking about dropping out of university. I like the look of being a ramp agent as i have had a long standing passion for the aviation industry ever since i was a young child and have...Jump to post
Don't want to start a political fight, but if you consider the phrasing of the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713 under which Gibraltar was ceded by Spain to Britain, the complete airport is actually in spanish territory. This treaty stated “the town, castle and fortifications were to be held and enjoyed fo...Jump to post
The eastern end of Gibraltar’s runway pretty much touches the border with Spain. Don't want to start a political fight, but if you consider the phrasing of the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713 under which Gibraltar was ceded by Spain to Britain, the complete airport is actually in spanish territory. This ...Jump to post
I also noticed the samething! Was the airport shutdown? Flights were following different flight paths than usual. https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210916/f03c95b0b54e13b772eb71306f272693.jpg https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210916/7c6a79e126270dd72ca1cad0e85b1198.jpg https://uploads.tapatalk-cd...Jump to post
took a two second search https://www.southwest.com/html/rapidrew ... index.htmlJump to post
N144 can be found between B7, B, B8 (Middle of the righthand set of 3 stands), opposite N32 on the main terminal arm.
Relevant Chart. (HK-AIP) https://www.ais.gov.hk/eaip_20210812/20 ... -ADC-4.pdf
Unlikely, ETOPS and crew hours (can't reliably out n back). They'd make a mint on excess baggage though. I believe there are hotels in Brazil. ETOPS is an issue. Ryanair don't/won't keep crews away overnight. (and are just as unhelpful as they are with their customers when their poor crews do time ...Jump to post
Unlikely, ETOPS and crew hours (can't reliably out n back).
They'd make a mint on excess baggage though.
convair880mfan wrote:NADP1? NAPD2? Sorry I don't know the meaning of these?
Just watched it. Hamilton was alongside and had the corner. VER turned into him and then turned further into him. Racing incident and VER proving he doesn't posses championship winning racecraft yet. (Should have just yielded the position he'd already lost and waited until later or you know be matur...Jump to post
You're looking at the wrong tournament. England reached: 2018 WC semi-final 2019 Nations League semi-final (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018%E2%80%9319_UEFA_Nations_League) 2020/21 Nations League Knocked out at group stage. 3rd in group 2 2020 Euro semi-final You're omitting that England are alre...Jump to post
England reach their third semi-final in three tournaments. Somewhat surprisingly, they're the only team that haven't conceded a single goal. Third? Pretty sure it's two in a row. This Euro 2020, WC2018 so what's the other one? The Nations League, which was set up to reduce the number of meaningless...Jump to post
Why poke the bear? The UK quite clearly sailed to the Black Sea and close to Russia to stir the pot. Childish imo. The UK sailed a vessel through an international shipping channel, as is the international community's right to do so. The international community will continue exercise their rights. R...Jump to post
The travel ban is for non-essential travel. Whether the handful of airlines that offer MAN->Scotland services are still operating them throughout the period is another story.
It's also easily circumvented and almost universally unenforceable.
MrHMSH wrote:Glad that Eriksen seems to be OK, wasn't a good call to force them to play, but UEFA aren't known for valuing players' wellbeing.
"Tower, KLMxyz, Apologies you were stepped on. Confirm we're cleared for take-off?" No assuming, no ambiguity, no slight on masculinity, pride or most importantly, professionalism. KLM captain just assumed the runway was clear, even after it was questioned. He just assumed the take off cle...Jump to post
At the time the Ever Given ran aground, the Suez canal pilot was giving steering and course orders, correct?? The vessel's Captain/Master is still responsible for the safe navigation of the vessel regardless of whether he's delegated the pilotage to a maritime pilot. The only place in the world a m...Jump to post
BTW this Salmond thing is quite ridiculous. 10 women accused him of sexual harassment, did they all lie ? Are they facing trial for lying ? Yes he was cleared because it was a "they said/he said" situation, but that doesn't mean he didn't do anything, it means it wasn't proven. He was cle...Jump to post
But do they? Does any major airport have a system that controls aircraft before they get in line to take-off? Surely a computer program can calculated taxi time from a gate to an active runway so that only 3 of 4 aircraft are in line at any one time. I assume currently everyone just pushes back and...Jump to post
Just wondering...what would the OP's rig cost? Quite a bit, assuming they can actually get their hands on some of those parts. A ton more if they're daft enough to pay the scalpers. FS will make mincemeat of the puny 1TB drive once you chuck in a few add-ons and decide streaming the default scenery...Jump to post
The article doesn't point out any evidence in the study to make anyone believe it was a comet. In fact, they go on to make the reader believe more that it was indeed an asteroid that did the dinosaurs in. Ah but it wasn't an asteroid or a comet. It was the 5th Doctor's companion Adric, saving "...Jump to post
As for the upcoming Scottish Parliament elections, considering the SNP's poor record in places and given what looks like to me a cover-up going on over Nicola Sturgeon and her husband Peter Murrell's involvement in the Alex Salmond scandal, it really surprises me they are polling as high as they ar...Jump to post