The Pic look like Shadows ONLYJump to post
What do people think about Akasa Air? They have ordered 72 737 MAX 8 and are planning to start operation next year. Do you think they will get off the ground even? Or do they stand a chance? How did they come up with the figure of 72? Do they know where they are going to operate? Ultra Low cost.......Jump to post
The India related discussions are 1% of what they used to be. Did most Indian posters move elsewhere? Or just on to better things in life? I guess they moved on to other Social media options.Although Some have moved on from Aviation too. For several years, those discussions often become — let's jus...Jump to post
Now if you or I were an investor, why would I do that? The only thing valuable Air India has is the real estate and the slots abroad. Everything else would probably be scrapped, but more importantly who will pay off the massive loans. If it is going to be the private parties, then it will be no-no ...Jump to post
Any reason for the Vertical Lightening diverter strips compared the for aft type on the B737.Jump to post
The Aircraft left behind dont look so sofesticated to create panic though.Jump to post
Finally : India allows Boeing 737 Max to fly again https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/india-allows-boeing-737-max-to-fly-again-spicejet-to-operate-them-by-next-month/articleshow/85655878.cms Hope to hear Akasa and Jet Airways aircraft orders soon, for 737Max. Boeing is like...Jump to post
IIRC, Mumbai Airport 2 was supposed to be an MRO Hub or has that been taken off the drawing board entirely ???
The Nagpur MRO is an AAR - INDAMER JV
Being built in Two phases totally.
Ive been visiting this forum from 2001, however with more options on Social media over the years & work , the time devoted to A.net has reduced. Also since 80% of my posts were in Tech/Ops Forum , I have noticed a decline in quality of the experienced Aviators there over time. The India related...Jump to post
WKTaylor wrote:RMA Aircraft Tire Information Service Bulletin http://www.rma.org
As for Pakistan, I also think the opposite, we should drop any pretense with that country and let it decide what it wants. While also making clear that if they start a war with India, we will support India. Next is dropping Turkey from NATO. I agree with both statements. We've had a problem for yea...Jump to post
What about the Military equipment and Armour left by the Afghan Army & taken over by the Taliban. This could be shared to Pak Army & Terrorist Organisations The border between the two countries is virtually non-existent and millions of Afghanis live in Pakistan with crossings taking place a...Jump to post
Unless its an elected Govt in Afghanistan.... Most democracies will NOT recognize the Taliban regime. I wont be surprised if China offers to set up investments there But next target will be the elimination of the Durand line in a few years time. Oh please! Why should China not invest in Afghanistan...Jump to post
If it's edge wear, on one side of the tire (the "shoulder" tread if you will), I'm thinking it's a torque-link shimming problem. This would put the tire out of alignment making it wear with an uneven pattern. An imbalance will usually result in a shimmy of some sort. Assuming that it’s at...Jump to post
If it's edge wear, on one side of the tire (the "shoulder" tread if you will), I'm thinking it's a torque-link shimming problem. This would put the tire out of alignment making it wear with an uneven pattern. An imbalance will usually result in a shimmy of some sort. However its not Axle ...Jump to post
What kind of tire... tube-in-tire or tubeless... bias ply or radial? Also... all major aircraft tire manufacturers' have what ammounts to an 'aircraft tire care and maintenance manual'... I have several: Dunlop, Goodyear and Michelin... available on the company websites. Also... good stuff... FAA A...Jump to post
Hawk, more info needed. Is it one position on a specific aircraft? One position on all aircraft? Or, just a general question on tire wear? And, is it really shoulder wear, or is it edge wear? Shoulder wear on a MWA, but can vary on any Aircraft and Any wheel.... so its Wheel specific not axle speci...Jump to post
The amount of rise above the surrounding surface for a correctly installed briles rivet is only in the area of maybe two to four thousandths of an inch. The crown of the rivet is a smooth domed shaped that is probably negligible in drag. Also, if you ever look closely at a MD10 or MD11, the product...Jump to post
From what I can see from working with composites, carbon fiber has a greater strength per amount of plies than fiberglass, but fiberglass has better thermal properties and maybe impact resistance. We see in areas where impact damage is likely, such as inboard flap lower skins, main gear door skins,...Jump to post
I'm not sure that after 60 you have a lot of chances to work as a pilot. I only ask you not to take offense at me. It seems to me that at this age it is better to do something more relaxed. If you want something more complicated, go for IT. Perhaps you did well in school? Come to Edu Birdie and hel...Jump to post
What is the reason for Main Wheel Tire Shoulder wear - but on one side only
Is it Imbalance in tire post rethreading.
gregorygoodwin wrote:You don't shave the briles type rivets after installation. If done correctly, they have a domed appearance that is slightly higher than the surrounding surface. This is normal for these rivets.
One is reinforced with carbon fibres and the other reinforced with glass fibres… CFRP has historically been more expensive (I’m not sure of the current situation with automated manufacturing tech) but is also lighter. One major difference is that GFRP is electrically insulative, whereas CFRP is not...Jump to post
Unless its an elected Govt in Afghanistan.... Most democracies will NOT recognize the Taliban regime.
I wont be surprised if China offers to set up investments there
But next target will be the elimination of the Durand line in a few years time.
My only Request is DONT BLOCK the entire thread if a troublemaker deliberity posts out of context post in a well debated thread. Ideally only remove the faulty post and let the debate continue. That's typically what we do... If there's a post that needs to be removed, we delete it. Deleting the thr...Jump to post
yonahleung wrote:That is until another of Taliban's guest conducts another terrorist attack on US soil/forces/citizens again...
I predict that at some point in the next ten years US has to fight in Afghanistan again due to some terrorist attacks brewed there
Ive been visiting this forum from 2001, however with more options on Social media over the years & work , the time devoted to A.net has reduced.
Also since 80% of my posts were in Tech/Ops Forum , I have noticed a decline in quality of the experienced Aviators there over time.
Any Aircraft which is Maintenance friendly is welcomed.
Ive worked on only the B737 & B757 last 32 yrs & found both to be good , easy Aircraft to maintain 95% of the time.
seatback wrote:Do airlines employee their own ground personnel in the cities they serve or is it contracted, or both? If they contract, what's the benefit for them?
Partially due to Less Finances & a Weak Regulatory system, Some 3rd World countries could have a less than ideal safety record in AviationJump to post
The experience I made at the outfit I am working for more than a decade now is, that people went into full time training jobs. While that may be fine for the first 2-5 years, after that the hands-on experience, be it on the aircraft itself or in management roles, will fade. And they will tell the s...Jump to post