I work at <acronym title="Orlando - Sanford (Central Florida Regional) (SFB / KSFB), USA - Florida">SFB</acronym>. We have a slow season from November through March and a busy season from April until November. As far as international flights go right now, there's nothing coming in on Sundays. Our bu...Jump to post
There are currently about 5 ex-UAL 727s at <acronym title="Orlando - Sanford (Central Florida Regional) (SFB / KSFB), USA - Florida">SFB</acronym>. I don't know what you consider a good photo opportunity, but they're all parked together with pieces missing from each plane. If you're outside the airp...Jump to post
Most fuel additives will only remove part of the buildup on your injectors and aren't worth buying. Instead, you should get a professional fuel injection cleaning from a shop specializing in it for about $70, that will remove <acronym title="Albenga (Villanova d'Albenga) (- Clemente Panero) (ALL / L...Jump to post
"The F-150 SVT Lightning is rated at 390hp and 390lb of torque much like the current Mustang SVT Cobra." Noooooo... The new L has 380HP/450TQ. NWA472- Congrats on the new Tahoe, they are a great truck. All the people in this thread who said "another gas-guzzler on the road...", or "why do you need t...Jump to post
MD-11 Delta airlines: front: 18 LD2 or 9 LD3 or 9 LD8 or 6 P96 back: 14 LD2 or 7 LD3 or 7 LD8 but no pallets 777 Delta airlines: front: 18 LD2 or 9 LD3 or 9 LD8 or 6 P96 back: 14 LD2 or 7 LD3 or 7 LD8 or 4 P96 How can the <acronym title="Air Madagascar">MD</acronym>-11 and 777 not take 18 LD3s? If L...Jump to post
"the Cobra was a competitor to the Camaro <acronym title="Corsair (France)">SS</acronym>" That's right, but it ended up getting hammered by LS1 Z28s, which are supposed to be competition to the GTs. <img src="/discussions/graphics/smile.gif" ALT="Smile"> No, I'm not talking smack, I own a Z28.Jump to post
One of my friends attends Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, FL. I know I've heard him mention that they have an Aviation Management program there.
It's the same way with 747s.
Both Airbus widebody and 747 fuselages are straight on the top, while on the 757, 767, and 777 the top of the fuselage slopes down to the rear of the plane.
I don't think the Airbus design has anything to do with accomodating LD3s.
Me and my buddies are doing this project on Russia for class and we needed to choose an industry to start a bus. in, so we chose Russian mail-order brides. I know this site has a very culturally diverse population, so do any of you know anything about Russian mail-order brides? We're starting a mock...Jump to post
That Tornado is a joke.
Any obstruction in your car's air flow will cause a decrease in air flow. You car won't suck in any more air with that little cookie cutter inside your air flow assembly box.
"I don't know whare to find that Camaro ad. Try National Geographic..." Ha, funny... <img src="/discussions/graphics/yeahsure.gif" ALT="Yeah sure"> <img src="/discussions/graphics/smile.gif" ALT="Smile"> My uncle's has this old car book and it says his T-Bird is rated at 152 <acronym titl...Jump to post
Superfly- My uncle's Thunderbird is exactly the same as that Diamond Jubilee Mark V, only difference is, it's a T-Bird. I've been looking for this ad for the 1998 Camaro <acronym title="Corsair (France)">SS</acronym>, it has an close up of an orange car and it says, "There are two things not designe...Jump to post
Superfly- Where do you find all those old car advertisements? I've been looking for a few Camaro ads from '98+. My uncle has Ford's 75th anniversary vehicle, a '78 Thunderbird Diamond Jubilee Edition, lavender blue, 351 <acronym title="ATRAN Aviatrans Cargo Airlines (Russian Federation)">V8</acronym...Jump to post
I saw European's new livery last Saturday, this one isn't bad, but I like the old one better where each plane is a different color. I have a question: What do the 6 stars on the tail symbolize? I know it's not the EU, because it has 15 countries, but the tail design is VERY similar to the EU's flag.Jump to post
Well, off the top of my head, the A346's engines will do 60,000 lbs. of thrust, but they're derated to 56,000 lbs. for longer life. The smallest engines on a 777 are RRs and the least amount of power per engine on a 777 is like 76,000 lbs. The A346's engines are about as large as a 767's engines, so...Jump to post
"No one said your car wasn't awesome. In fact, driving a hotted up Z28 is fun. Even with an slushbox, it's fun. However, having spent my days in a group mixed evenly between BMWs ('87 325is, 2x '95 //M3, '94 Camaro, '98 Camero) that the Americans owed us in the straights, but on beach runs, out on t...Jump to post
I love hearing these magazine racers ramble on. Until you all get behind the wheel of an American muscle car, stop talking through your you know whats. I could write 5 pages on why American muscle is awesome, but all the Latte' sippin' Guccis on this site always have something stupid to say that the...Jump to post
"While I hear what NWA742 is saying, don't waste your money on a Camaro either." Riiiiight... Have you even owned a Camaro before? I have a '99 Z28 and it's <acronym title="Fargo - Hector International (FAR / KFAR), USA - North Dakota">FAR</acronym> better than most imports in its price range <acron...Jump to post
"A cold air intake is the best for <acronym title="America West Airlines (USA)">HP</acronym>." Cold air intakes are good for just the track, but not everyday driving. Once you hit a puddle, you've got water in your engine. I think most people just like how "cold air intake" sounds, but they really d...Jump to post
"I was out at Tulla today (<acronym title="Melbourne - Tullamarine (MEL / YMML), Australia - Victoria">MEL</acronym>) and noticed a B738 and B717 put their beacon on and start the engines while the tractor was moving the aeroplanes into position. Is this a time pressure thing or just common practice...Jump to post
Will British charters like Air2000, MyTravel, Monarch, Thomas Cook, European, etc., ever operate 777s on long-haul routes? I would love to see one of these beasts pull up at my airport, I'm getting tired of seeing 767s and A330s all the time. I know if they had this plane charter-configured, it woul...Jump to post
My relatives always come to <acronym title="Orlando - International (McCoy) (MCO / KMCO), USA - Florida">MCO</acronym> on Delta and have never had any problems, they recently tried Continental and said they were good as well. I would opt for Delta seeing how they're the strongest carrier at <acronym...Jump to post
The Orlando Int'l Airport's code, (<acronym title="Orlando - International (McCoy) (MCO / KMCO), USA - Florida">MCO</acronym>), is derived fom Admiral McCoy, who was a pilot in the military. Supposedly his plane was going down and headed for a school, but he veered it off into another area to avoid ...Jump to post
I think one of the smallest international airports with major international service would be the Orlando-Sanford International Airport (<acronym title="Orlando - Sanford (Central Florida Regional) (SFB / KSFB), USA - Florida">SFB</acronym>). Our airport has 11 gates. 8 of them can fit widebodies, on...Jump to post
It seems like there's a lot of graduating seniors here. College will probably be the best 4 yrs. of your life while you're getting an education, meeting new people, accepting challenges all while you're bettering yourself to be polished and educated member of society. You worked hard for it, so soak...Jump to post