wreckage parts found from helicopter. sad
RA-26085 (?) pax list (rus): https://life.ru/p/1407938 scheduled flight from Elizovo airport https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizovo_Airport to Palana regional airport https://www.google.com/maps/place/59%C2%B004'53.0%22N+159%C2%B053'17.0%22Efirstname.lastname@example.org,159.88806,17281m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x0!...Jump to post
https://www.racefans.net/2021/04/28/fear-of-rules-change-led-mercedes-to-run-dominant-2014-engine-in-idle-mode/ my english is bad Then we came with another upgrade in the Bahrain test, which was literally a bolt-on extra that was suddenly another seven or eight tenths in horsepower what he mean? not...Jump to post
it looks like 1 survivor was belted and other 3 not yet Conflicting information on specialized forums. Yes, the survivor was belted. However, the casualties were belted too. The difference is that survivor's catapult did not activate (it was the CO/Captain's seat, and it apparently has separate lau...Jump to post
it looks like 1 survivor was belted and other 3 not yetJump to post
23 march 2021
Shaikovka airbase near Kaluga
reported Tu-22m3 while starting engines catapults accidentially launched, killing 3. telegram channels say one of killed was regiment commander
no more details now
there are old KT-1M catapults with 130km/h needed
also, i cant see a reason for such big wing fairing
MLG can be placed behind engines like in old planes or Dash8.
not so big Mach for area rule
is there proof its a real emb proposal?
FluidFlow wrote:Armadillo1 wrote:why T-tail?
Because the exhaust air from the engines will ruin the flow over the stabilizer in normal design. The engines will be mounted on top of the wings directly in front of the stab if it is not a T-Tail design.
https://aviation-safety.net/airlinesafe ... type=103-8
https://aviation-safety.net/airlinesafe ... type=022-0
still something unclear about 738
(g) Type and number required. The maximum number of passenger seats permitted depends on the type and number of exits installed in each side of the fuselage. Except as further restricted in paragraphs (g)(1) through (g)(9) of this section, the maximum number of passenger seats permitted for each ex...Jump to post
cynicism mode on
it will provoke crashes "for future discount"
VSMUT wrote:Boeing sold 242 777-200Fs. That's the realistic market you can expect. The next new-built freighter will have to compete for this market with the 777-300ERSF, used 777-200F and to an extent the A330-300P2F. That's not enough to justify 2 new builds.
I know that the efficiency will vary by the thrust setting. I assume engines are designed to be most efficient at cruise thrust. In terms of the percentage of the energy in the fuel that is output as usable thrust, what is the efficiency of the current generation of turbofan engines? The most effic...Jump to post
they are lucky its a low-wing plane, unlike
she dont want her kittens become expatriantJump to post
I think this is a deliberate disrespect for members - post without any link.
https://aviationweek.com/aerospace/urba ... production
the only link i able to find (paywall?)
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/55/Tarom_A310-325_%28YR-LCA%29_departing_London_Heathrow_Airport.jpg/1280px-Tarom_A310-325_%28YR-LCA%29_departing_London_Heathrow_Airport.jpg we have a topic 4 month ago https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1452663Jump to post
why manufacturers dont make fuel tank at sides from LDs?Jump to post
same for me, i only read reposts. Boeing Co. was planning to strengthen protective engine covers on its 777 jets months before a pair of recent serious failures, including one near Denver last weekend, according to an internal Federal Aviation Administration document. The plane maker and regulator h...Jump to post
https://www.wsj.com/articles/boeing-mov ... 1614249006
Boeing Moved to Replace 777 Engine Covers Before Recent Failures
https://books.google.ru/books?id=T3FEKo ... 77&f=false
griffon vulture at FL370 reported
that one bird was "smart" - he dont look for food himself - he looked after other vultures at low level
any current aircraft limited by wingspan. so very big planes must address this somehow. Avanti style looks more reasonable that other others: https://i.insider.com/5f56ce037ed0ee001e25dcfb?width=700&format=jpeg&auto=webp also, i tried to start some discussion before: https://www.airliners.ne...Jump to post
I did not read all pages, but to me doing a clean sheet design with a kerosene-burning plane seems a very conservative design. I believe this is rather disappointing. Granted, the hydrogen infrastructure isn't there yet. But the design should then at least be designed to be easily derivable to hydr...Jump to post
natural immunity after have had Covid-19 is low. persons who close to infection (medics, ambulance car crew, etc) got it second and even third time (in Russia) Considering that vaccines help by simulating an infection and preparing the immune system, how do you think vaccines can maintain their eff...Jump to post
If the sole crew member gets anticipated, it's game over. if sole crew member unable to push "no sleep" button, its a reason to control from the ground or (i prefer) autoflight to nearest certified for zero-crew landind airport. if the plane hacked, the able crew member must be able to ov...Jump to post
in Moscow, vaccination is easy, i registered online and in 1 hour come to clinic. i got Sputnik (both), it caused flu-like feels (temperature 38C) for 1 day on second dose only. for friend it was 38 at first dose only for some other people it was 38C in both. wife got EpiVacCorona (first) with no sy...Jump to post
Fun thought experiment...20 years from now, when younger people ask you about your experience living through this pandemic, what element of behavior modification or societal adjustment do you think will be the most bizarre and difficult to believe? For me, I think the most bizarre is cardboard cuto...Jump to post
Russia has their factories (I didn't find good numbers on capacity). https://ria.ru/20210106/vaktsina-1592163887.html Sputnik-V - december estimation 30m per month in June, but looks like it will be much earlier ("tens of millions" in february) https://russian.rt.com/russia/news/833677-ep...Jump to post
Pleased to report that another Rolls powered 747F classic, 4L-GEO is fresh out of maintenance at CGK where she spent the last month. Currently tracking north-west presumably back to TBS to join sister ship GEN and the Geo-Sky / TCA outfits. still question what reason to raise that oldschool whiskey...Jump to post
There is a site where we can check the hours of some russian planes? Do anyone knows of something similar to "western" planes? https://russianplanes.net/resources#res3-56-1 IL-96-300 - LOV 70000/10000 examples RA-96010 51427/7625 CU-T1717 ~45k hours in Russia western planes using for high...Jump to post
https://aviaforum.ams3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/data/attachment-files/2021/02/1584311_fb18d4450d6f26e50bc3575bcd1c0ce1.png https://vk.com/video-5751308_456245893 https://dambiev.livejournal.com/2220098.html haven't heard anything about barrier strike. initial reports landing in blizzard condition...Jump to post
some birds will be scrapped and forgotten, so i wish to know a little more before they gone may be new records already set hours: 744: KLM PH-BFC City of Calgary; 141.938 flying hours and 17.271 cycles. Last flight march 12 2018 current record holder? (i wish to see more official info :weeping: ) 2-...Jump to post