That is how we do it. If one of us makes a determination that a post needs to be deleted then we speak directly to the person. Weather it be nice or in some cases not so nice.
I understand you do not want to do it that way. And that shows you are not doing it correctly. With all due respect.
A friend of mine worked ticketing at JFK for Turkish. Said several years ago when Turkish offered $500/thereabouts roundtrip JFK to points like AMS, CDG, LHR, etc. - people came out in droves flying to IST then flying back to western europe to take advantage of the savings. They advertise Los Angel...Jump to post
VCVSpotter, which airport is close to Ft Irwin?? National Guard heading that way for a month. Not sure which airline and which planes will be used. They should start arriving after the 4th holiday?? I think that they would probably be using VCV for that, and then just getting picked up and bussed i...Jump to post
What about this?
https://live.staticflickr.com/920/26771 ... 0a98_z.jpg
So if it got painted grey during it's c check then all would be good?Jump to post
The plane looks greatJump to post
luckyone wrote:Birdwatching wrote:Sorry for going off topic here, but can anybody confirm for how much longer Northwest will operate the DC9?
And when will Lufthansa install PTVs for cryin out loud!
Why do they have to be grounded? Why not one that just wants a job with the USAF.Jump to post
Has anybody asked the owners what the deal is? At the Verticalscope website when you klick on the Airliners.net logo you get the following. Ihre Verbindung ist nicht privat. Angreifer versuchen möglicherweise Ihre Informationen von airliners.net zu stehlen (z. B. Kennwörter, Nachrichten oder Kredit...Jump to post
Has anybody asked the owners what the deal is? At the Verticalscope website when you klick on the Airliners.net logo you get the following. Ihre Verbindung ist nicht privat. Angreifer versuchen möglicherweise Ihre Informationen von airliners.net zu stehlen (z. B. Kennwörter, Nachrichten oder Kreditk...Jump to post
As far as the non flashing red lights. Califorornia always has had a rule that the must be a solid red light facing forward.
You can see in this video.
Three glass buildings.
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Broncos were pretty slow compared to the PC-) or Texan. The max speed is like 50mph slower than the PC-9 cruises. It also has an 8,000ft lower celing.
The Bronco 2 is like a toy compared to the PC-9
It got new nacelles with the current engines.Jump to post
You are one of the better ones i have seen over the years. Have seen many moderators come and Go over the last 20 years here. My comment was in how the vast majority act when they get thier bit of power.Jump to post
There is no reason there should not be a dedicated thread anout the A380. It is just a moderators whim.Jump to post
For those of you clueless about how it is in Germany but think to seem to know.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostitut ... ection_Act
bikerthai wrote:Are they not going from a turbojet to a higher bypass ratio turbo fan?
2. Thrust reversers on smaller jets. The majority of braking comes from the brakes. Reversers are a bonus and not even included in performance calculations except on contaminated runways. You could have larger airliners without reversers but you start running into brake temperature issues on short ...Jump to post
DelSolAaron wrote:I heard a rumour they had hangars with hundreds of Tutor jets to use but maybe someone with more knowledge can answer more specifically.
I doubt it is anything the same. The TF-34 that we think of on the A-10 weighs 1500lbs. The CF34-10 weighs 3700lbs.Jump to post
I do not know why the CF-34-10 is even called a CF-34. I has nothing to do with a CF-34.Jump to post
There is an LH Cargo enroute FRA-JFK right now.Jump to post
The seats will be taken out of three A330's to use as cargo planes.Jump to post
Three Eurowings DHC-8 are currently flying Düsseldorf-Brataslava.
More than rather common. Basically constantly.Jump to post
Or the chain mail g stringJump to post