This won't end well at all.Jump to post
Justice only works if both the big fish and the small minnows are held accountable for their actions. At the end of the day this is one of the many "nothing to fear if you've done nothing wrong" kind of situations. Speaking of accountability, when will the US hold John Bolton, Dick Cheney ...Jump to post
Olddog wrote:And now Liam EU trade deal 'easiest in human history' Fox is claiming UK set to crash out of Europe with no-deal Brexit - and EU to blame
Company that pays low, stagnant wages to most of its employees complains that low pay for workers is negatively affecting their business.Jump to post
gokmengs wrote:Surprised this is not reported on avherald yet...
I will say this... If the 778 loses this one, then it's a freighter only bird. I don't see allot of 200ER replacements/upgauging going the 778's way now that Airbus and Boeing have the 787 and A350 families. I agree. The 777X was basically designed for exactly this mission. If the 777x loses this R...Jump to post
How badly are maintenance costs of the CF-34 going to hamper the E190E1's prospects on the used market? One of the reasons that the 737 in particular has historically had such success with second and third tier operators is it's 'toughness', reliability and the ease at which spare parts can be sourc...Jump to post
The 2 EW A340-300s and some stored A340-600s are supposed to come back to LH. Excellent news! This is interesting. Won't this muddled up SN and EW widebody fleet even more? Correct me if I'm wrong both SN and EW are currently operating A330 from different sources with different engines and cabin co...Jump to post
In the case of W5 specifically, they have been noted to (along with 6Q - Cham Wings) have carried out flights at odd times to and from Syria with almost no passengers but full of munitions in the cargo hold, and are acting on behalf of the IRGC You do realise that these munitions are being used by ...Jump to post
What a shame Niki was not able to be at the livery unveiling. I hope he is better soon, but I guess he will have to be very 'hands off' for a good while.Jump to post
RIP. Truly an honourable man.
One particularly positive memory of him was in 2008 when the crowd was jeering at Obama and chanting conspiracy theories. McCain ended it quickly, saying that his opponent was a good and honourable man with-whom he disagreed on policy matters. Respect.
Reminds me of this actually: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRh1zXFKC_o 5euros says that she wouldn't have a hope in hell of locating Denmark on an unlabeled map. :lol: My question is, why take a dig at Denmark at all? Who at FOX decided that was going to be a good use of their time. I know they ar...Jump to post
Airstud wrote:zkojq wrote:They love finding stupid new narratives to push in order to distract from more relevant issues.
Maduro's incompetence is near infinite; he couldn't organise a piss-up in a pub.
They love finding stupid new narratives to push in order to distract from more relevant issues.
Maduro's incompetence is near infinite; he couldn't organise a piss-up in a pub.
Boulevard Richard Lenoir, Paris; it is absolutely perfect. Nice and wide, tree-lined with mature trees, has a narrow park down the middle that separates each direction of traffic. Lots of fountains in the park. It looks really cool when lit up at night also. is one that is at least 4 lanes wide, wit...Jump to post
CRJ900 wrote:The A340-300 had 275T MTOW, so why has it been so difficult to transfer that to the A330-900? Is it mostly due to the A343 having four smaller engines while the A339 has two big ones?
aerosreenivas wrote:Apart from Paul Ryan, I felt Marco Rubio was another best choice to be nominated as the Presidential Candidate to fight Hillary Clinton.
Glad to see SV stopping flights to Toronto. I wish more Western Countries would try to do the same. We have no place doing business with places like that. That they would use a photoshopped image of an AC aircraft about to be flown into a Canadian landmark is beyond repugnant. They need to be held a...Jump to post
They should take a page out of Canberra Airports play book and just park a car behind their aircraft so it can't be moved until it's paid. I hadn't heard about this, but that's brilliant. No it is not brilliant at all. The Jetconnect incident was not to do with unpaid landing charges but rather the...Jump to post
The level of mismanagement at IAG/Vueling seems to be truly epic. IAG started another airline for LHLC operations (Level France) due to the awful reputation that Vueling has for delays/strandingpeople. On it's very first week of operations it stranded hundreds of passengers. What a joke. The Danish ...Jump to post
The number of new EU nurses coming to Britain has gone from over 1000 per month (prior to the EU referendum) to almost 0 (since the EU referendum). The NHS now has a shortfall of 40,000 nurses, costing almost £1.5bn a year on temporary nurses to plug the rota gaps. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Djp9hE...Jump to post
It has been confirmed that Daniel Ricciardo will leave Red Bull Racing at the end of the season: Daniel Ricciardo has advised us that he is to leave the Team at the end of the 2018 season. Having joined the Red Bull family in 2008 as a member of the Red Bull Junior Team, with whom he won numerous ju...Jump to post
Since when did the hard-right care about research and science? They sure seem to conveniently stop caring about it when it comes to issues like climate change.Jump to post
Water? Sweet water is not ended in any way. "Water circle" ( a thing that here is teached in middle school ) keeps the sweet water natural disposals in balance - although not well like in the past, but for sure the availability of sweet water in the second and first Worlds isn't a recurre...Jump to post
It shows how the Department of Commerce's judicial processes are nothing more than a Kangaroo Court. To paraphrase a comment on Leeham's article, it also show's Boeing's attitude to new aircraft development. The Boeing of old would have 'addressed' the CSeries 'problem' by out engineering Bombardier...Jump to post
I'm not "trying to take away from Vettel's talent"- I'm just pointing out that Vettel's behavior has cost him at least 13 points this season, and an avoidable crash has taken away another 25. As a result, ascribing the fact Vettel isn't winning this year entirely to misfortune is disingen...Jump to post
He's clearly not as quick as Hamilton, but then few are. He was closer at the start of the season. According to Otmar Szafnauer how long the situation lasts is upto Perez and Ocon with a possibility of team orders being used in 2018 as well. I think team orders should be kept. Force India is the se...Jump to post
Per ostrower on Twitter: Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says two 787-9s carry the same number of passengers as an A380, but two 787 flights are “a bit cheaper” than one A380. Hmmmm... Not really a surprise considering that the A380s have big First cabins.... I am guessing Qantas is not installing First on t...Jump to post
As for Wellington, perhaps a one stopper via Australia on a 777, similar to Singapore Airlines? Not sure how likely that would be though. V/F How about DXB-CNS-WLG-CNS-DXB. That would allow them to open two new destinations, and I'm sure that a 77L wouldn't have any runway issues going to CNS. EK p...Jump to post
Well, I guess the championship was handed to Hamilton on a silver platter? Could he be any luckier. As always, we saw great class from Vettel, thanking all of his engineers/mechanics individually after the retirement. Great race from K-MAG as always, very nice overtake of Massa. Outside of F1, we sa...Jump to post
Alpes-Maritimes. The best department.
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1) I smell a lot of BS here. Where's the actual proof of this contract clause? Employee forums aren't legally binding like investor presentations. Why would SK make that public knowledge? 2) Business 101. If you have a vastly superior product, you are a price maker, not a price taker. Why would UA t...Jump to post
http://s2.quickmeme.com/img/15/1599e06bd7b11b9d1e3d414c4cfb97bd3ad4ed044ac06d4ec5625cf4d0d224ec.jpg Perhaps they want to help us to form a more perfect union. Maybe, it's because they are failing at that task in Europe? Cultural relativism from the Yanks. Collectively deluded into thinking their gu...Jump to post
scbriml wrote:zkojq wrote:Stroll should use his mirrors.
If Vettel was blameless, the stewards would have punished Stroll. They didn't.
I am not sure where KQ made its fatal mistake I would suggest that ordering 77Ws was part of the problem. Too many new aircraft were ordered at the same time, B737NG, Embraer 170, 190, B772ER, B77W, and B787, a bucket load of them at one go. Must have put a strain on their balance sheet. More to th...Jump to post
mercure1 wrote:I am not sure where KQ made its fatal mistake
I managed to walk on the circuit right up to turn two after the podium celebrations & saw one of the drain-covers first hand. If you hit it hard enough & often enough, it's easy for fatigue to set in and slowly crack the weld. Add to that the constant expansion due to heat... I wonder what ...Jump to post
Why new 787s? That seems like an exceptional waste of capital. Handing down unneeded Qatari A330s (as they are replaced by new 787s) and A320s (as they get replaced by 321neos) to Meridiana might make sense. Or is this just because QR has over ordered again and have too much pride to postpone delive...Jump to post
Thoughts from Malaysia: - How can something like that loose drain-cover happen? If the car itself had hit it, that could have literally sliced Grosjean in two. How do they test all the welds to make sure they're strong enough? Remember how Button's suspension was destroyed by something similar at Mo...Jump to post