Lets face it Donny has lost 2 elections. Both 16 & 20 beaten in the public vote. Any decent normal person would accept defeat with dignity not make false claims from the White House. How manty thousands of votes in how many states does he think people could sneak in. Fake news from the biggest ...Jump to post
A yacht may be a bit much but I can see how it would be usefull for sales. The real problem with corporations these days is propping up stock prices with stock buy backs that do absolutely nothing for the company. Business school course 101. Shareholder value #1. Customer service, product quality, e...Jump to post
Seems to me that if this is really for a tax dodge, then how come not more airlines have cottoned on to this.. I think jurisdictional convenience of transaction are very widespread with large assets. Heard stories of aircraft transactions completing while the aircraft was outside the territory of a...Jump to post
My favorite Braniff commercial https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=drfjwDCv9ZQ Non PC. Try these now Braniff https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TmPLgv7TVOA Southwest bring these back https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oHnqnyzegfc https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rg6BHxM5W30 Continental We move our tails for you https:...Jump to post
Just remembered Kenneth Copeland s saying.
Bringing the gospel to you at Mach point 92.
Please send your donations in. Us hard done by preachers need your help.
It is hard to see an unedited version on TV these days. Definitely not PC. 1 scene always cut out is. The 2 little kids, Boy "How do you like your coffee" Girl "Black, like my men" Don t really see anything not PC about that but cut out all the time. I mean it's a compliment, no ...Jump to post
Oh man, I love these guys!! Back in the 70's when not much was on late night TV, I d watch these shows for the laugh factor. The PTL Club got me hooked. I tuned in one night right near the end of the show as Jim handed it over to Uncle Henry. To close out the show he asked for donations and as it's ...Jump to post
Yep, it's been 40 years, and don t call me Shirley! ! The fist time I saw it, it had been out quite awhile and I took my then new girlfriend ( now long time wife). There were only about 20 people in the theater. Everytime they showed that 707 flying with the big old piston sound track I just broke u...Jump to post
Ok I'm just a retired rampie but have read Flying magazine for 50 years plus and taken lessons and been an AV geek for about 60 years. Having read in Flying magazine about 5 years ago in a Peter Garrison article about new AOA instruments for light and experimental planes. Like this AOA PRO SYSTEM A...Jump to post
.... I understand the Max's MCAS took control over from the pilots and they couldn't shut it off but at least they could have compared AOA sensors and figured out which one was erroneous. Why does it all have to be tied into 1 system. Let the pilots make the decision what info is right and what to ...Jump to post
Ok I'm just a retired rampie but have read Flying magazine for 50 years plus and taken lessons and been an AV geek for about 60 years. Having read in Flying magazine about 5 years ago in a Peter Garrison article about new AOA instruments for light and experimental planes. Like this AOA PRO SYSTEM AL...Jump to post
The old Air Canada colour scheme was a shocker for me. Oh man that lav spill blue on Air Canada was and still is bad!!! Although it's a close call between that and when they added that burgandy cheat line when they got the 320's. The new one looks good along with the original Air Canada red with th...Jump to post
As per the OP question I remember seeing a Boeing ad comparing the 727 to 757 and saying that you could fly the 757 for the same price as the 727 with 30 more seats. As Max Q has shown above it was much cheaper to fly. So it was a replacement but if you didn't need the capacity then cheaper alternat...Jump to post
Thanks for all the great responses, but one thing that didn't get answered is who in the airline makes the decision to make the stop to save some fuel, and maybe crew cost or go non-stop. Would it be Dispatch or who?Jump to post
I saw a AC 333 doing YUL-TLV yesterday. Thats a pretty long haul for the 333 isn't it. Since TLV started from YUL a few years ago they've been using a A333 on the route. However this summer it is scheduled to operated with the B789. Thanks for the info. I probably saw that when it started but havin...Jump to post
Is this all correct? Not exactly, autobrake has a time delay after touchdown before it activates, where reverse does not. So using reverse smartly after touchdown will result in slightly less landing distance. Can you actually get the reversers deployed and spooled up before the autobrakes have kic...Jump to post
I saw a AC 333 doing YUL-TLV yesterday. Thats a pretty long haul for the 333 isn't it.Jump to post
This was brought up in the Air Canada flying 789s SYD-YYZ but wondered about pure freighters. What are the advantages of flying non stop as opposed to 1 stop on long haul flights. I see FX8 going MEM-DXB today with a flight time of around 14 hours. It's routing going right over CDG and FRA. In the o...Jump to post
@Zeke, it seems legit. ~127T DOW with seats installed is what our birds weigh... Thanks Again with the descent, approach, taxiing, landing fees, ground handling fees, another climb out, another cycle on the airframe, extra pilot time. Its gotta be cheaper going non stop. I did a few flight plans fo...Jump to post
Yea I'm sure I'd be cheaper to fly non stop if you could. Decending, landing, taxiing, takeoff, climbing. Gotta use much more fuel. They would only stop if they had too Actually the weight of the extra fuel needed for the nonstop severely impacts fuel burn overall, especially in the first half of t...Jump to post
Actually another on its way right now AC7217 C-FRTU 04/27 Stopped for a coffee and fuel at LAX. I don't get the point of doing YYZ-SYD direct - it's cargo it doesn't care. Why not do this with a tech stop and cut a massive chunk of the fuel bill? Burning 5t of fuel for every 1t of cargo. Where do y...Jump to post
Hadn't flown too much in the past couple years but had a sailing trip out of New Zealand to Niue in July/19 and got me back into travelling mode. Had great flights YXU-YYZ AC DH8A looks like last -100 flight YYZ-ORD AC E75 ORD-ALK NZ 789 AKL-WRE NZ DH8C IUE-AKL NZ A20N AKL-SFO NZ 77W SFO-YYZ AC 789 ...Jump to post
Actually another on its way right now
AC7217 C-FRTU 04/27
On the flight out to SYD it stopped in LAXJump to post
My vote is Concorde. Biggest regret is not flying on her. But did get on board a few times. Second is Super Cony. Did fly on it but barely remember being about 10 years old. Third DC-3. Just the classic looks. Did get a ride on CWHM's. Fourth Ok not an airliner but the Spitfire is sure a pretty prin...Jump to post
I love flying and was lucky to have gotten in my first A380 ride late Jan, but now I feel a need to fly again.
Looks like a alternative and maybe with enough wine it may be enough
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SpaceshipDC10 wrote:chrisa330 wrote:Exrampieyyz wrote:77W C-FRAM is now on its way YVR-SIN.
Oh dear Mr. Robert A. Milton's plane is going to storage! Used to be the pride of the (his) fleet.
It’s probably going for heavy maintenance.
C-FNNQ is about to land at YVR back from SIN.
Here's 2 AC failed hijackings. Sep 11 1968 Viscount YSJ-YYZ https://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=19680911-1 I was 12 years old at the time and remember thinking a Viscount was not the plane to do that in! A little research goes a long way Nov 14 1971 DC-8 YYC-YYZ https://www.nytimes.co...Jump to post
UA2721 772 N219UA
UA2722 772 N221UA
Both GUM - ROW right now