(I m not into the business to tell them how to do their work beforehand; obviously one could and should have don it better; and referencing to an idea stated before, this could actually even get relevant in Court - or not. But not show any kind of connection to their costumers - in wheelchairs - aft...Jump to post
This could be reread, I think, in the first part of this thread. I'll give you a one sentence answer: Apparently there was no concrete communication between them. Ryanair didnt know they were 7, nor that there were less than 7 escorts; nor did they thought to mention it. Absurdly, Ryanair would have...Jump to post
Yea well, I like your ad hoc idea, and I think, it really could have worked our there. We have to distinguish, tough: There is the legal dimension, which seems to be clear; there is the situation itself, and perhaps it could have - at least be solved by workarounds; there is the aftermath for the ag...Jump to post
Btw, I stumbled onto this story by chance, since it has happened in my country. I ve found it first of all interesting, for it has given me a reason to look into a domain I tend to dwell for some afternoons and evening ocassionally (yea, aviation). Now the story itself, as you might have seen, does ...Jump to post
"The below information regarding air passenger self reliance is set out [...] in the Guidelines of the European Commission on the application of Regulation EC 1107/2006 (2012). Each passenger must be self reliant by reference to all of the categories below. If not, then he/she must travel with ...Jump to post
The issue seems to have abated in the media coverage. Given what we know: To my understanding Ryanair is here practically (if you will, ethically), quite likely not legally, at fault. It's not up to the costumer here to explain the company what their or what general regulations on these matters migh...Jump to post
A vice deputy of the city of Salzburg is demanding Ryanair to cover the costs of the costumers, still "waiting for a reaction", a local media website is reporting. According to the Social Assistance Councillor of the City, Ryanair never asked for the number of passengers in question. (One ...Jump to post
(To the question itself: Whatever serves short to middle distance routes better.)Jump to post
How about reevaluating subcontractors first of all?Jump to post
Ryanair rejected transportation of seven passengers in wheelchair due to claimed insufficient escorts on the side of the costumer as well as due the number of said passengers.. Beforehand the flight for the wheelchair dance company, being on a trip from Salzburg to Manchester to participate in the B...Jump to post
BoeingGuy, thats too quick. Obviously it does make sense for a company regardless of its field to lower safety standards if and only if people deciding so feel, it wouldn't make a difference in terms of safety, but money. This is happening all the time, this is the logic of managers running a compan...Jump to post
High occorruence of near collision at LEBL
https://www.aeroinside.com/item/4454/vu ... -collision
Have to revise: According to FR24 ET302 made it to 8600 ft How about actually reading the thread, rather that continiously filling it with nonsence that has been covered in great detail (all your points sofar) in umpteen posts in this very thread! How about reading all my replies to it? Just kiddin...Jump to post
As far as I'm aware, Boeing could sue worldwide regulators, in case it's proven the two accidents in question aren't to be caused nor prevented by Boeing, btw. This kind of thinking is a common misconception, but it simply isn't true, especially in European legal systems. In most jurisdictions, cou...Jump to post
As far as I'm aware, Boeing could sue worldwide regulators, in case it's proven the two accidents in question aren't to be caused nor prevented by Boeing, btw. Well that would be a great way to keep your customers, right? Seems some Boeing fans have forgotten the whole C-series debacle. Echoing you...Jump to post
How would you like to be accused of something without any evidence to support such an accusation? The FDR and CVR haven't even been analyzed yet. Southwest is one of the safest airlines in the world. Do you really think they would knowingly put their passengers and employees at risk? Clearly, there...Jump to post
Boeing has sales of around 100 billions Dollar. A law suit of Norwegian Air Shuttle is not the point here, if you want to talk about money.
Boeing is having a lofty plane, which might have flaws. Not more, until now.
(If you happen to have stocks, keep them, I'd advice.)
As far as I'm aware, Boeing could sue worldwide regulators, in case it's proven the two accidents in question aren't to be caused nor prevented by Boeing, btw. What could Boeing sue for worldwide ? The only Boeing operations that would be impacted by the order would be post production test flights....Jump to post
Lets hope for anyone involved, that the cause for JT610 and ET302 will be found soon.
There is no doubt, that the MAX is a good plane, given the skill involved. It might be Beta, though. Its state and possible further development needs to be understood.
Having said that, have a good one. CU
Seems, ACA7054 will be the last B38M flight for a while.Jump to post
As far as I'm aware, Boeing could sue worldwide regulators, in case it's proven the two accidents in question aren't to be caused nor prevented by Boeing, btw.Jump to post
So will Boeing rush to compensate the airlines in question, like Airbus did with the PW NEOs when they had their teething troubles? Norwegian Air already demands compensations. https://edition.cnn.com/2019/03/13/investing/boeing-airline-compensation/index.html On what basis? Do we have any conclusi...Jump to post
Yesterday some members reported that Germany has banned the MAX for 3 months, until June. 3 months was probably just a default period. If the plane is defined safe at an earlier stage the ban will be liften earlier. If not the ban will just be extended Very reasonable on your part, - but you should...Jump to post
Spiderguy252 wrote:So will Boeing rush to compensate the airlines in question, like Airbus did with the PW NEOs when they had their teething troubles?
You are making more of it than there is. They latest plane is grounded after two incidents temporarily. That's what we have. Besides some stock market minus, and Lion Air stating, it is considering to switch to Airbus, there is nothing yet. Unless there is not a major flaw in the design, this will b...Jump to post
Could we stop this "conspiracy against Boeing" framing? Unless one is from the PR department, any visible action taken in this development has been according rules of safety, except for FAA not grounding. After all, Boeing will find the cause and, if needed, the fix, and within a few month...Jump to post
Any guess as to how long this grounding will last? As long as it takes to fix all issues and prove to regulators beyond doubt that it is 100% safe to fly. Yesterday some members reported that Germany has banned the MAX for 3 months, until June. This is correct. B38M's are banned for three months in...Jump to post