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FlyHossD wrote:So what carrier is going to fly the ex-ASA CRJs? That is, I expect that UAL still wants the feed they provide.
jetsetterP wrote:However, the CRJ FAs have been made an offer to join the bottom of the ERJ list after they've recalled everyone from that side. A la AA/TWA.
If he gave Russia sensitive classified information then I may say draw and quarter him but you are reaching. Well, this is awkward... President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White House meeting last week, according to current and fo...Jump to post
Its certainly true A.net came up first, and dominated, in all sorts of google search results at one time, not really so long ago. I believe A.net earned that result organically, for lack of a better word. It was quite popular and the "go to" site for a number of things.. as most of us kno...Jump to post
NIKV69 wrote:I don’t feel his family members need that high level of clearance. Of course it’s nepotism he has the right to listen to people he trusts but also has to pay the price if they release sensitive information.
A wise move to diversify their business.
Remember ATA? On its last legs, they went out of business almost immediately after losing the government contract flying on the DC-10s.
Why didn't I think of this? A group linked to a shady political scam artist has raised $100,000 from robocalls impersonating President Donald Trump that ask recipients to donate to his 2020 campaign. CNN’s KFILE reported Thursday that more than 200,000 people have gotten robocalls using a Trump-soun...Jump to post
Finally some good RR-related news!Jump to post
So who was it? Who was convicted for collusion with Russia?????? Collusion is not a crime per se. "Conspiracy to defraud the United States" however is. This is why Trump et al. keep saying the words "no collusion", because it is a made up, fake crime they will never be found gui...Jump to post
Hate? Hate what? The reality that one could make more money working elsewhere and/or get profit sharing checks on par with that of my industry peers? Then why don't you quit JetBlue and go work for Delta. :idea: I don't work for JetBlue... Great idea by the way. "If you don't like working here...Jump to post
Curiousflyer wrote:My theory is that the plane took a steep turn either because the pilots wanted to avoid clouds or because of a burst of wind. The cargo moved inside the plane, the plane’s angle of attack got too steep and it stalled.
Well perhaps more concerning is for 5 historical registrations i searched, JP came up before a.net on all 5 of them? In most JP was on the first page, a.net was not? N203EA N8837Z N404PA N69AF C-FPWB Meanwhile there is an effort behind the scenes to get "MyAviation.net" (which added zero ...Jump to post
Actually the site "runs" off of ad revenue but that is beside the point of this thread. What is your point, btw? I wasn't aware "dictator" was a staff position here? Not every poster on this forum is a teenage "avgeek know-it-all" although as time goes on these types ar...Jump to post
Yeah, sure. Good luck finding pilots.Jump to post
If you assume that such a permit was obtained, what's the point of this thread? Obviously I started the thread to trigger you into replying... Actually, I started it because we should take this seriously. Drones near airports are becoming a major issue in the UK, given recent incidents, and it is o...Jump to post
Good luck getting the "Chreesthun" right to go along with this. But the good thing is that voting block keeps getting smaller and smaller.Jump to post
None of us can be certain about anything at this point, other than the obvious fact that the aircraft went down for unknown reasons and 3 people are dead as a result. Families are in pain today. Aviation professionals and a whole bunch of corporate people are in mourning over this event. Let's wait...Jump to post
usxguy wrote:If you fast forward to 1:45, you can hear all the alerts from the FMS on the 767.
The tail was found among the rest of the debris. This suggests the tail was attached at impact. In my view there are only two possibilities left here; one is an elevator runaway "hard nose down" and the other is a deliberate CFIT by someone in the cockpit. The track available does not devi...Jump to post
My guess would be tax reasons.Jump to post
Can't help but wonder about midair with GA traffic - Chambers Co Aiport directly below flight path before rapid descent.... Good point. I remember practicing stall recovery out over this bay area in a GA aircraft years ago out of the nearby Baytown airport. Come on. Someone would have reported a GA...Jump to post
It's my understanding that pilots flying cargo are not required to go through any TSA screening. They literally just walk on. This true? Every fedex or UPS flight I’ve ridden as a passenger on, I’ve had to go through X-ray screening. It’s not Tsa but my bags have always been X-rayed and screened, w...Jump to post
I am very surprised that they didn't get buried...but would that indicate an inflight breakup? They also have not found the tail section last I heard. When SWR111 impacted water, the impact was in excess of 350 g. This impact doesn't look quite as violent given the raw data obtained thus far but it...Jump to post