Sam Chui reporting on it now. Pretty sad to see such an old aircraft go in such way
Hoping for a good outcome for the crew, although photos and videos show this may not be the case....
https://samchui.com/2019/09/11/convair- ... XjlgigzaUk
Finally, some pictures:
https://samchui.com/2019/09/08/max-air- ... XV35SgzaUk
It certainly is a bit confusing...
Sam Chui has reported on it now as well.
https://samchui.com/2019/08/27/air-chin ... WUNUCgzaUk
Quite the unfortunate accident. Shame to lose a young one
Glad everyone is safe though!
Apparently Emirates is really narrowing down on how this was released. Websites that published this are being hasted for sources.....
Note: Heard this from a writer who reported this on a different page - take with usual skepticism.
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A350-1000 receives MTOW increase to 319t, increasing range according to April 2019 edition of Family Figures and Sam Chui:
https://samchui.com/2019/06/15/airbus-a ... QT_AbwzaUk
First Etihad A350-1000:
If image doesn't work:
MSN1, A350-900 flight test, has been fitted with experimental laminar flow leading edge devices on the vertical tail plane:
More great photos:
https://samchui.com/2019/03/13/boeing-u ... InMeigzaUk
The plane though has been spotted https://twitter.com/djsaviation/status/1105718165684670464?s=21 What's with his logo on the aircraft when it isn't his shot and how come he's the only person publishing photos? Looks like it's just a 'cleverly' placed watermark. He mentions as much in the comments ...Jump to post
And it do not happen today since the crash of ET302. Hope the 777X does not delay longer. The plane though has been spotted https://twitter.com/djsaviation/status/1105718165684670464?s=21 What's with his logo on the aircraft when it isn't his shot and how come he's the only person publishing photos?Jump to post
A truly horrific accident. Condolences to the families and friends involved indeed.
https://samchui.com/2019/03/10/ethiopia ... ITXeygzaUk
Excellent outcome for Airbus. Deep down its hard though.Jump to post
Emirates orders A330neo and A350, Airbus cancels A380 line:
https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-r ... rders.html
Well an EK A380 was performing test flights today in primer so it won't be long before they take an aircraft from Airbus.Jump to post
seahawk wrote:In the end QF could be going all Boeing. 777 - 787 - 797 - 737MAX. There is nothing that could beat this line-up.
Worth noting that Jon Ostrower - an incredibly renowned modern aviation journalist - has released an article which states the A330neo is an option being looked at by Emirates:
https://theaircurrent.com/aircraft-prod ... r-a330neo/
I'm not sure if I'm crazy or not but didn't Emirates want to retain the mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing rather than taking sides? Makes sense as both offer things the other does not.Jump to post
It is quite obvious to me that this one is not going to EY - the tail fin is left unpainted. We normally see the tail fin painted even though the fuselage is still in primer. Normally yes! But there have been exceptions! http://www.airliners.net/photo/Untitled-Virgin-Atlantic-Airways/Airbus-A350-10...Jump to post
I bloody well hate Alex Macheras, mainly because of his terrible attitude towards anyone who complains about his work and his title of "analyst", however he's all of a sudden changed his stance on the whole thing. Note how he always defends his point, no matter the circumstances. https://t...Jump to post
I feel as if this is a way for you to get additional views on your own video.
Other than that, the poor quality and annoying music distracted me from the facts that can easily be found in the brochure offered by RR.
Delta A330-900 MSN 1915 out of the hangar:
This function sounds sensible, but I am also scared of the different failure modes. Seems like this crew found potentially one failure mode... would be bad if this was triggered in the air. That being said, Boeing engineers certainly know that for something like this they need to run the full analy...Jump to post
Reading between the lines of a couple of posts elsewhere it seems that a possible cause of this roll back was a system called TCMA (Thrust Control Malfunction something-or-other). This is a function of the FADEC on many Boeing aircraft and is designed to shutdown one or both engines if it thinks th...Jump to post
There's already a confirmed list of aircraft on the Avalon website:
https://www.airshow.com.au/airshow2019/ ... t-list.asp
At the top there's additional drop downs for other displays.
Delta 15x A220-300s, as well as conversions from the A220-100 - 90 A220s on order (40 -100/50 -300) https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-releases/en/2019/01/delta-air-lines-books-order-for-additional-15-airbus-a220-aircraft.html But this is not a 2018-order, as far as I know (spontaneously I thoug...Jump to post
Delta 15x A220-300s, as well as conversions from the A220-100 - 90 A220s on order (40 -100/50 -300)
https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-r ... craft.html
The amount of infrastructure changes made at airports to accommodate higher wings and engines for something of this scale would be more than or the same as the Airbus A380. I can't imagine many airlines wanting to redesign hangars and maintenance areas for something like this anytime soon. YES, I un...Jump to post
Video from inside the cockpit of the GE9X testbed. The pilot has a pretty cool Twitter account:
https://twitter.com/JonROhman/status/10 ... 3952384000
Hey mate, I'm not convinced that Boeing will be ready to launch the 797/MoM this year. I HOPE that they do but I suspect that engine-related issues may hold them up. I think that there is a good chance that Qantas will have chosen the Project Sunrise winner by the time of Paris or actually AT the P...Jump to post
I'm well aware the show isn't exactly around the corner but with 2019 now up and running, what are some things we can expect to be announced at the show? A350-1000ULR? 797? 777-10? Obviously these are pretty large scale projects, however as an example. My apologies if this has been discussed but my ...Jump to post
Japan Airlines has their A350s with '-942' rather than the '-941' we've seen on all other A350s. I can't search on the forum at the moment as it keeps coming up with an error but is there any information on this? Uprated or derated engine? derated. will be domestic frames. Without sounding petty, d...Jump to post
Japan Airlines has their A350s with '-942' rather than the '-941' we've seen on all other A350s. I can't search on the forum at the moment as it keeps coming up with an error but is there any information on this? Uprated or derated engine?Jump to post