Look if there really was an issue there would be an AD and mandatory inspection.. there isn't.. it's gap caused by over zealous engineers exceeding the manufacturing /assembly capabilities. the prospective failure (pressure leak minor) requires the exact alignment of 17 factors including the moon p...Jump to post
eurotrader85 wrote:A35K wrote:eurotrader85 wrote:Does anyone know what has happened at abcdlist.nl and why it has suddenly stopped being updated?
Here you can find more information: Guestbook on abcdlist.nl
Appreciated thanks, hope Peter gets well soon.
Lightsaber, Variable fan blades pitch, only 2 to 3% gain? Is that less than what was gained when props were made variable pitch? If so, how come there would be a difference? I remember being given an ADP for Advanced Ducted Prop brochure by a Pratt folk, at Paris Air Show in the late '80s or early '...Jump to post
A bit OT but I see Longhauler in this almost zombie thread. What's up with him? Anybody knows? Not seen him in quite a while.Jump to post
RoyalBrunei757 wrote:Aircellist wrote:So, all in all, 21 unbuilt MSMNs. And on the other hand, 24 unused, built A350s. So, an airline could build a complete fleet almost instantly…
Yes, 21 unbuilt MSNs. 34 built but in storage units currently.
Latest movements for 6 April 2021: MSN 285 Hainan Airlines A359 F-WZNZ/B-xxx, eighteenth test and customer acceptance flight at TLS (maiden test flight was on 21 February 2019!): https://aibfamily.flights/A350/285 So, basically, that means, after the initial flights, one flight every two months?Jump to post
Chinese flying again. BOE279 filed out of RNT at half 12 which is the Air China. BOE020 also filed should be EI-HGG/N4027C, yet another Ryanair ! Any sighting of the TUI? Reportedly G-TUMR on other websites.... :scratchchin: Woody too busy playing with his lego :biggrin: I am busy with Lego's indee...Jump to post
audidudi wrote:Latest movements for 3 April 2021:
MSN 55112 A223 Air Canada (Trans-Canada Air Lines c/s) C-GNBN, delivered from YMX>YYZ: