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by GalaxyFlyer
Sat Dec 03, 2022 3:18 am
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Impending rail strike
Replies: 97
Views: 5149

Re: Impending rail strike

There’s the fact, the RR unions haven’t for decades negotiated for sick time says a lot. It’s not the Congress, nor the company’s entire doing—the unions aren’t willing to fight the battle prefers g other compensation deals. Airline pilots have had sick time for years, ALPA fought for it in contracts.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sat Dec 03, 2022 12:40 am
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?
Replies: 27
Views: 872

Re: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?

Exactly! The FAA, being the FAA, would probably rule 250 knots means 250 knots, period. Flaps 1 to 10,000’.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sat Dec 03, 2022 12:33 am
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Fan with electric core - possible?
Replies: 5
Views: 187

Re: Fan with electric core - possible?

If you can magically store H2 with total energy density per weight and per volume better than that of kerosene, you may start talking drop-in replacements. I'm well aware of lower energy density of H2 liq. https://www.energy.gov/sites/default/files/styles/full_article_width/public/fcto_storage_fuel...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Fri Dec 02, 2022 10:11 pm
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?
Replies: 27
Views: 872

Re: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?

In the US, 250/10,000’ is pretty hard limit, ATC cannot approve “high speed” like they can in other parts of the world. It has been accepted that heavies, esp 747 and 777, can climb at the lowest IAS for the clean configuration, often about 280, BUT, the FAA General Counsel did publish a ruling sta...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Fri Dec 02, 2022 10:03 pm
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?
Replies: 27
Views: 872

Re: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?

In the US anyway, the DoD requires us to follow State rules, including the FARs and any ICAO SARPs as incorporated into national aviation authority. The only exception obviously is actual combat or very specialized activities over the high seas, carriers for example. Our flight rules are identical ...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Fri Dec 02, 2022 12:27 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Impending rail strike
Replies: 97
Views: 5149

Re: Impending rail strike

I'm annoyed, though not surprised, by the demonstrated bipartisan anti-worker politics. If rail workers are worth $2B each day, let them strike and negotiate appropriate working conditions. If they're essential to the state, turn them into federal employees. This current micromanagement by Congress...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Fri Dec 02, 2022 11:12 am
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?
Replies: 27
Views: 872

Re: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?

At F100, 320 KIAS is 362 KTAS, so you’d only 37 knots of tailwind to have ground speed of 399 knots. If the crew the leveled off at F100 to accelerate from min clean of around 270 KIAS, this is very explainable.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Fri Dec 02, 2022 2:39 am
Forum: Military Aviation & Space Flight
Topic: US military aircraft avoiding land
Replies: 9
Views: 1009

Re: US military aircraft avoiding land

Better story, but slightly off-topic, would be the KC-135 crew, a tight on fuel declared “due regard” and flew direct across France. Meet on the ramp by various colonels.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Fri Dec 02, 2022 2:34 am
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?
Replies: 27
Views: 872

Re: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?

In the US anyway, the DoD requires us to follow State rules, including the FARs and any ICAO SARPs as incorporated into national aviation authority. The only exception obviously is actual combat or very specialized activities over the high seas, carriers for example. Our flight rules are identical t...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Thu Dec 01, 2022 11:10 pm
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?
Replies: 27
Views: 872

Re: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?

That might, I haven’t read it in years. Frankly, between bird strike potential, GA traffic, I don’t see a lot of reason to be faster than 250 or min clean to 10,000’.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Thu Dec 01, 2022 3:23 am
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?
Replies: 27
Views: 872

Re: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?

As GalaxyFlyer knows well, military aircraft that routinely fly faster (fighters) are pretty much exempt from that rule when coming in to land. (300-350 IAS on initial, VMC). This even applies to joint use airports where many ANG units are stationed. That’s very true, but those speeds are in the -1...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Thu Dec 01, 2022 1:25 am
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?
Replies: 27
Views: 872

Re: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?

As GalaxyFlyer knows well, military aircraft that routinely fly faster (fighters) are pretty much exempt from that rule when coming in to land. (300-350 IAS on initial, VMC). This even applies to joint use airports where many ANG units are stationed. That’s very true, but those speeds are in the -1...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Thu Dec 01, 2022 12:40 am
Forum: Military Aviation & Space Flight
Topic: US military aircraft avoiding land
Replies: 9
Views: 1009

Re: US military aircraft avoiding land

I would think it has more to do with what is in the plane. Not in my 18 years except for nukes and that was a special mission. Whether a country will issue a dip clearance might depend on the cargo, but more often the destination. Spain didn’t want to be associated with Israel and Mideast politics,...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Thu Dec 01, 2022 12:33 am
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?
Replies: 27
Views: 872

Re: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?

In the ‘60s, there were series of mid-airs involving high speed airliners and GA planes that led to the regulation. Four in 67 and 68, plus the NYC collision between UA and TWA. At the time, no speed rules, so it wasn’t unusual to fly at 300+ at low altitudes.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Wed Nov 30, 2022 11:53 pm
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?
Replies: 27
Views: 872

Re: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?

In the US, 250/10,000’ is pretty hard limit, ATC cannot approve “high speed” like they can in other parts of the world. It has been accepted that heavies, esp 747 and 777, can climb at the lowest IAS for the clean configuration, often about 280, BUT, the FAA General Counsel did publish a ruling stat...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Wed Nov 30, 2022 10:45 pm
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?
Replies: 27
Views: 872

Re: Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Airspace Speed Restrictions Under 10k Feet | Do They Exist?

According to my Jeppesen, in the Singapore FIR, the 250knots/10,000 only applies to arrivals. Also, 250 KIAS is 288KTAS at 10,000’ on standard day, plus/minus any wind for ground speed.

A heavy 744 or 777 will climb better at 320-340 KIAS, so if allowed, will do so.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Wed Nov 30, 2022 3:49 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Impending rail strike
Replies: 97
Views: 5149

Re: Impending rail strike

That’s what we had—PTO, a block of PTO plus various shirt and long term disability coverage. Taking time for doctor appts, etc was never a problem and usually not even accounted against PTO unless missing a whole day.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Wed Nov 30, 2022 2:43 pm
Forum: Military Aviation & Space Flight
Topic: US military aircraft avoiding land
Replies: 9
Views: 1009

Re: US military aircraft avoiding land

We frequently don’t have diplomatic clearances to overfly sovereign land. We had to zig-zag around Swan Island (Colombia enroute to Panama); Fiji (enroute PHIK to Australia); around Cuba, for other examples. Even some NATO countries require dips, depart Rota or Moron for the ocean tracks, Sevilla Co...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Tue Nov 29, 2022 5:47 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Impending rail strike
Replies: 97
Views: 5149

Re: Impending rail strike

Let them strike and various economic forces work it out. The RRs will get public pressure as will the unions; both sides will lose money. Keep Congress out of it.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Tue Nov 29, 2022 1:43 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Differences in US vs. European Airline Operating Practices
Replies: 192
Views: 22566

Re: Differences in US vs. European Airline Operating Practices

We had an EA Captain that would hand fly his leg and eat his lunch while doing so. Don S. was the name, BOSFO. It wasn’t too pretty, either.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Mon Nov 28, 2022 11:04 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Small Plane crash into power lines in Maryland (pax ok)
Replies: 32
Views: 3632

Re: Small Plane crash into power lines in Maryland (pax ok)

With a 200’ ceiling, it’d be nice to have an ILS approach rather than a non-precision GPS. Perhaps, better risk assessment would have led yo an ILS at KBWI.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Mon Nov 28, 2022 10:16 pm
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: BUF-BOS on DL A321 & Related Questions
Replies: 7
Views: 1218

Re: BUF-BOS on DL A321 & Related Questions

I can’t find the link at the moment, but there was an analysis showing DL, pre-COVID, was exceptional at matching plane size to passenger bookings. They knew how to fill the A320 on the early morning and evening flights, a CRJ 200 at noon bracketed by CRJ900s late morning and late afternoon, for exa...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Mon Nov 28, 2022 10:11 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Small Plane crash into power lines in Maryland (pax ok)
Replies: 32
Views: 3632

Re: Small Plane crash into power lines in Maryland (pax ok)

Just wondering - does a typical insurance policy for a light aircraft cover the damages and recovery costs? In this case, you'd be looking at a large bill for the cranes and the response vehicles. Imagine what the insurance doesn't cover, you would be responsible for yourself? Define "large bi...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Mon Nov 28, 2022 5:22 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Small Plane crash into power lines in Maryland (pax ok)
Replies: 32
Views: 3632

Re: Small Plane crash into power lines in Maryland (pax ok)

Yes, liability coverage would pay for those costs. Yes, you’d cover anything outside of the insurance. It used to be that aviation insurance did NOT pay if the accident was the result of a regulation violation, it is near impossible to have an accident without a violation. Can’t say if that’s still ...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Mon Nov 28, 2022 2:32 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Differences in US vs. European Airline Operating Practices
Replies: 192
Views: 22566

Re: Differences in US vs. European Airline Operating Practices

Vicenza wrote:
GalaxyFlyer wrote:
[ And some airlines them down for take-off.


Window shades down during take-off and landing in Europe is a safety requirement.


What risk assessment is that based on? How is closed up windows safer?

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by GalaxyFlyer
Mon Nov 28, 2022 2:31 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Differences in US vs. European Airline Operating Practices
Replies: 192
Views: 22566

Re: Differences in US vs. European Airline Operating Practices

smed63 wrote:
schernov wrote:
Jetways - no glass jetways in US. Why is that?

Not very common in US, I agree, but at least Amarillo, Texas has (or had when I last flew from there about five years ago) glass jetways.


That could be THE highlight of a visit to KAMA.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Mon Nov 28, 2022 2:26 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Rumor: BA considering LGW-HNL
Replies: 126
Views: 16712

Re: Rumor: BA considering LGW-HNL

To close the TPA-HNL discussion, BA serves three airports in Florida, TPA, MCO and MIA.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Mon Nov 28, 2022 3:35 am
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: OBJ (Odell Beckham Jr.) escorted off AA plane in Miami
Replies: 7
Views: 652

Re: OBJ (Odell Beckham Jr.) escorted off AA plane in Miami

Pretty standard stuff for the NFL.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Mon Nov 28, 2022 3:32 am
Forum: Military Aviation & Space Flight
Topic: B-1 Quick Start/Other Aircraft with feature?
Replies: 12
Views: 1893

Re: B-1 Quick Start/Other Aircraft with feature?

It was the damnedest thing to operate, the C-5. I did a trip a trip, KCEF-KSUU-PHIK-YWLM (Williamtown, NSW)-NSTU-PHIK-KHIF-KCEF. It ran like a Swiss train—7 on-time take-offs. I’ve also done 4-day stateside USN trips for SEAL Team Six that took 8 days to get done. I once got a CDD extension for a on...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sun Nov 27, 2022 8:10 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Rumor: BA considering LGW-HNL
Replies: 126
Views: 16712

Re: BA considering LGW-HNL

BA's 77Es had no problem making LHE-EZE (13 hours and 6,000nm). LHR-HNL is about 300nm further, so I suspect the plane is certainly capable, but I honestly don't know how big a deal that extra 300nm is. It would be nearly a polar route so that might have some impact in the winter. going LGW to HNL ...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sun Nov 27, 2022 7:20 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: World Cup 2022 Football Thread
Replies: 175
Views: 5425

Re: World Cup 2022 Football Thread

Whenever the LA Lakers win championships, right on queue parts of the city of LA immediately break out in riots. Not sure why you riot when you win? I understand celebrations and taking to the streets in a party, but to start rioting, breaking into cars, lighting them on fire and turning them over?...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sun Nov 27, 2022 7:09 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Rumor: BA considering LGW-HNL
Replies: 126
Views: 16712

Re: BA considering LGW-HNL

Alternatives don’t really matter. Its like my wife and I traveling from the states to the Maldives. Sometimes people just want to go somewhere new. It doesn’t really feel new to most Europeans . It might be located in the pacific but it’s just another American place really . Europeans can get that ...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sun Nov 27, 2022 7:06 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Differences in US vs. European Airline Operating Practices
Replies: 192
Views: 22566

Re: Differences in US vs. European Airline Operating Practices

I don’t have any firsthand experience in US aviation but I’ve difference between Australian and European airline operations is cabin crew checking your boarding passes as you board. On not one of my numerous flights on EU LCCs in 2019 were the crew checking boarding passes as passengers entered the...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sun Nov 27, 2022 4:16 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Rumor: BA considering LGW-HNL
Replies: 126
Views: 16712

Re: Rumor: BA considering LGW-HNL

Another factor, connections at LAX or SFO allow for non-stop to Maui or Kauai, both more tourist attractive locales. Yes, Waikiki is traditional but it’s not the reason to visit the Hawaiian islands, maybe I’m jaded.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sun Nov 27, 2022 2:33 pm
Forum: Travel, Polls & Preferences
Topic: Skipping the regionals?
Replies: 11
Views: 727

Re: Skipping the regionals?

Call it the ATP rule, a more accurate reflection of the Part 61 implementation of Congressional law.

Yes, US carriers are hiring plenty from corporate/private, ULCC, and regionals. It doesn’t have to be regionals, though. I know five who left corporate and go to FDX—one Challenger to B777.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sun Nov 27, 2022 2:27 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Differences in US vs. European Airline Operating Practices
Replies: 192
Views: 22566

Re: Differences in US vs. European Airline Operating Practices

I don’t have any firsthand experience in US aviation but I’ve difference between Australian and European airline operations is cabin crew checking your boarding passes as you board. On not one of my numerous flights on EU LCCs in 2019 were the crew checking boarding passes as passengers entered the...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sat Nov 26, 2022 3:29 pm
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Question about brake and rudder pedals.
Replies: 20
Views: 1793

Re: Question about brake and rudder pedals.

No, 52 years on, never confused the two

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sat Nov 26, 2022 2:27 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”
Replies: 60
Views: 14879

Re: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”

That’s not how the 220 is flown. The AT’s are armed at the gate, so it’s not a whoops and salvage situation. At my airline it is very much the way we do it. 24Whiskey, do you not arm the ATs at all before push or takeoff? If not, when do you? Genuinely curious as it's always interesting to hear how...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sat Nov 26, 2022 12:31 am
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Question about brake and rudder pedals.
Replies: 20
Views: 1793

Re: Question about brake and rudder pedals.

Thank you. So there's a little art to the maneuvering of the foot to push the top for braking action, and full on for the rudder. Check (for pedal on each side). I don't think I worded that correctly, was thinking there was an inner/outer pedal, but I get it now! Thank you!! There's a little art, y...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Sat Nov 26, 2022 12:29 am
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Question about brake and rudder pedals.
Replies: 20
Views: 1793

Re: Question about brake and rudder pedals.

There's a little art, yes, but it isn't super difficult. The PF will typically have his feet "up" on the rudder pedals for taxi. You can then pivot your foot forward to brake (pressing the top of the pedal to pivot it) and push with your heels to steer. The pedals are interconnected, so w...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Fri Nov 25, 2022 5:41 pm
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: A question about crew bases
Replies: 27
Views: 2482

Re: A question about crew bases

How did it work for non-U.S. FA bases? I seem to recall UA had bases in London and possibly elsewhere pre-Covid. Presumably that would be based on a bespoke local pay scale rather than just a local currency equivalent of the U.S. rates? Can’t say about London, but at EA and AA, paid local South Ame...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Fri Nov 25, 2022 3:08 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”
Replies: 60
Views: 14879

Re: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”

They aren’t getting deactivated. They aren’t being armed for takeoff period. It’s not noticed until you bring the thrust up through 60% N1 and you realize A/T isn’t taking it from there. It’s just a simple whoops moment where the pilot monitoring just sets appropriate thrust manually. Unfortunately...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Fri Nov 25, 2022 2:25 pm
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: A question about crew bases
Replies: 27
Views: 2482

Re: A question about crew bases

As an EAL captain related about commuting, I missed the last Shuttle back to BOS a few times and stayed at the LGA Marriott after convincing my wife A300 pay would pay better and we could do some home upgrades. A crash pad was cheaper than the Marriott (IIRC USD 75 a night back then), so I got a nea...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Fri Nov 25, 2022 2:19 pm
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Question about brake and rudder pedals.
Replies: 20
Views: 1793

Re: Question about brake and rudder pedals.

And, my Aeronca Champ had a steerable tailwheel, but brakes were used on a ramp.

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by GalaxyFlyer
Thu Nov 24, 2022 11:29 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”
Replies: 60
Views: 14879

Re: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”

Just had this question pop into my head, Airbus’ own aircraft has a feature on the throttle pedestal, where you position the throttle levers over a detent (?), you press then autothrottle button on the A/P control panel and the autothrottle takes over. Did airbus add that feature to the aircraft wh...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Thu Nov 24, 2022 9:29 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”
Replies: 60
Views: 14879

Re: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”

On the Globals, which is nearly identical and also Collins, you arm TO with the side-mounted TOGA buttons, the cue sets at a set pitch angle. AT is armed, line up, cleared to roll, press the rear buttons on either throttle to ENG AT and away you go. If you want, advance the throttles and at 60 (or 8...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Thu Nov 24, 2022 8:38 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”
Replies: 60
Views: 14879

Re: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”

I am not seeing where the switchgear in question is in this picture. That said, would it not be a hell of a lot easier to change the shape/type of switches under an AD? Make one a red rocker*, the other a black paddle switch? *Sammy Hagar approved Right in the center of the FGC, between 227 and 990...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Thu Nov 24, 2022 7:29 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: LATAM A20N ground collision during takeoff run at LIM
Replies: 262
Views: 56512

Re: LATAM A20N ground collision during takeoff run at LIM

Perhaps it is time to develop Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) for planes if speed is below V1? Why? What would it have done here? AEB would create another layer of both benefit and hazard. An impeding collision would have to detected looking only at the active runway surface, not looking that ta...

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by GalaxyFlyer
Thu Nov 24, 2022 7:05 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”
Replies: 60
Views: 14879

Re: FAA issues EAD for the Airbus A220, citing two “near catastrophic incidents”

...As the article said, there is not much they can do now unless Airbus decides to redesign the panel and recertify it, which they'll try to avoid as much as possible of course. Awareness will be raised during regular training and hopefully it reduces incidences to an acceptable level. I am not see...

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