The pilot wanted to try and better Sully!Jump to post
Virgin Australia 737 MAX 10 (when it’s delivered)
Qantas/Air New Zealand 787-9
Singapore Airlines A350-900
Any classic 737s
British Airways A380
Air New Zealand A320/321 NEO
Cathay Pacific A350-1000
Hello, After many years of reading the monthly Australian Aviation threads, I have decided to take the plunge and join Airliners.net. I have been following our local aviation scene for the last ten years or so, and I look forward to contributing to discussions on this forum, and to this thread in p...Jump to post
I gotcha. MX notes. F5190/26 CDG-ARN MX DIV to AMS, EMERG DECLARED, CFR DISPATCHED XLOAD TO 922 PDIS-CLIMBING OUT OF FL 300 WE RECEIVED AN EICAS "CAB ALT" MESSAGE. CABIN ALTITUDE EXCEEDED 10,000 FT. AS INDICATED BY THE CABIN ALT INDICATOR, WE COMPLIED WITH PHASE ONE ITEMS, DONNEP THE OXYG...Jump to post
Jet Aircraft (All): 737-800
Regional Jet: E190 (not E2)
Narrow-Body Jet: 737-800
Prop: Dash 8 Q400
GA: Cessna 172
Turboprop: Dash 8 Q400
Unusual: Concorde/Antonov AN-225
Hi all, What aircraft do you have in your “fleets” and are you trying to collect any specific airlines/aircrafts? I’ve got: 1:400 F100 QLK 717-200 QLK “Discover Tasmania” A320 QLK 737-800 QFA “Retro Roo II” A330-300 QFA 787-9 QFA 747-438 QFA “Olympics” 747-438 QFA “Socceroos” 747-438 QFA “Wallabies”...Jump to post
Another one bites the dust...
A damn shame it had to be another MAX.
My money is on that this is related to JT610.
Condolences to all those involved and their families....
City: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Airport: Hobart International Airport
Although we should get a service to New Zealand sometime soon.
Flying LHR-PER-HBA is a good option (only 2 flights) and the you can drive to Launceston in about 2-3 hours up the midland highway. The only thing to watch out for is the number of major roadworks...
Or you could stay on QF10 until it gets to Melbourne and fly with QantasLink direct to LST
At Penang (PEN) the planes fly quite low over the cityJump to post
no such thing as New Zeeland. https://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-47171599
Dam it guys! LOL!!! So thankful the crew survived. As others have mentioned, these men and women that do this job have balls of steel. It amazes me how they are able to risk so much. I mean, imagine having to put it down near a major fire? Or, end up in the water? Hopefully they can get the remaind...Jump to post
I watch Jeff Favignano for gaming, and Christopher Bill for when my inner musician needs to unwind.
Russian and Eastern European car crashes are great viewing when I’m in a bad mood too.
There are currently: 7x Skycranes on the mainland (one crashed yesterday) and there are also 2x EC-130 Hercules, and Avro RJ and the Coulson 737-300 firebombers in Hobart.
Any updates on any aircraft to do with the fires would be great.
Mods please move if this is not the right forum.
When I was flying on AirAsia between Penang and Kota Kinabalu last year, I was stuck with THREE screaming children around me for the whole flight, combined with the fact my earbuds were in my checked-in bags.
The only positive was I got myself one of those really good 1:200 A330 models
I don’t really know about getting let in mid-flight, but I brought myself a nice 1:200 scale Virgin Australia 77W before I left and decided to put it together on the plane.
The FA saw me putting it together and asked if I would like to come up to the cockpit after the landing.....
Railways would have a much greater impact. This is because they are less limited by water crossings, and because the railway infrastructure will be much more essential and mature. With oceans we can ship stuff very efficiently from one place to another by ship. Without ships and ports goods will ha...Jump to post
The way things are going down here in southern Tasmania, we’ll need some more firefighting A/C.
Possibly even that Coulson 737-300 (drool)......
They also fly the 789 between SCL and MEL, and that’s even longer.Jump to post
What about Brown Muncipal Field in San Diego, California and Tijuana International Airport in Tijuana, Mexico. There's a border inbetween, but other than that they're really close. Thanks for that! I completely forgot about those two. (On a side note, every time I fly into Tijuana on X-Plane or Inf...Jump to post
I did this thread after thinking about Hobart Airport (HBA/YMHB) and Cambridge Aerodrome (don’t know ICAO code). These two airports are within 5nm of each other, so the approach to one of the Cambridge runways is right over the top of HBA. (HBA isn’t that busy and only sees 737-800s at largest on a ...Jump to post