Here's my own quick effort...
https://www.instagram.com/p/B0Ju1CyAsPY ... hare_sheet
Great game, totally gutted for our boys, personally while there had to be a result being a WC final, wickets lost or something like that, I accept what the rules say however they could probably do with a look at. There were many moments in the game that could have gone either way. It was a great ga...Jump to post
I will leave Boeing's 2018 annual report for your & others' information. (Yes, they do report revenues & earnings by business sector) https://s2.q4cdn.com/661678649/files/doc_financials/annual/2019/Boeing-2018AR-Final.pdf Yes, that doesn’t change anything I, and others, said. It’s all Boein...Jump to post
Guess the meeting did not go very well. Trump just sided with Qatar over US airline CEOs in the nastiest battle in the aviation industry https://www.businessinsider.in/trump-just-sided-with-qatar-over-us-airline-ceos-in-the-nastiest-battle-in-the-aviation-industry/articleshow/70300792.cms = Basical...Jump to post
Boof02671 wrote:American Airlines CEO Issues Statement Following White House Meeting with President Trump
https://www.travelpulse.com/news/airlin ... trump.html
Sure. You're just acknowledging that some other countries have inefficient markets where air freight carriers get monopoly rents. Does any of that change the fact that OP’s conclusion based on a sample size of two from a single country was incorrect and that many airlines derive significant revenue...Jump to post
Now obviously I am not a lawyer, but my understanding is that is takes 2 sides to settle out of court. Someone (i.e. Boeing) makes an offer for settlement, the other party accepts. Can the other party be forced to settle outside of court? I think no. Of course, but the reality is that the vast majo...Jump to post
Who was the prime minister at the time, who carried more weight, are we not ment to take the prime minister seriously now? Your faith in what a politician or political party says is touching but misplaced. Your faith in said politicians seems to only be applied selectively. It’s almost as though yo...Jump to post
And we at least know the number will rise, as litigation is not included yet. This is expected as the court cases will take years and therefore the litigation will kick in in future years, but legal fees will pile up a lot. Boeing will settle all litigation out of court. The only way they’ll end up...Jump to post
Again, my point is the revenue from cargo is nice, but for many airlines it is a tiny piece of their business. Not something that should be a major driver in deciding which frames to purchase, all other factors being equal. As is often the case, you’re looking at a small, US-centric picture and dra...Jump to post
x1234 wrote:I always wondered why they had both the 787 and A350.
Get over it. Cricket matches have been decided by incorrect umpiring decisions since the game started. I have watched and played a lot of cricket and I cannot think of a single instance where overthrows were reduced because the batsman hadn't crossed. Feel free to find one. The simple fact is, nobod...Jump to post
David Cameron made it quite clear that we will be leaving the customs union & single market during the referenda debate Lots of things were said during the campaign that were either wrong or complete lies. It's amusing that you continue to put so much weight on what an ex-politician said years ...Jump to post
Someone asked in another post if Boeing could simply "move" money from the defense/space division to the commercial division to cover the writeoff. The answer would likely be "No". Furthermore, Boeing is still writing off cost overruns caused by the troubled, KC-46 tanker progra...Jump to post
That figure represents Boeing’s current estimate of how much it will have to pay airlines that fly the Max, which has been grounded for months after two deadly crashes, and may not fly again this year. I'd be very surprised if that figure doesn't grow significantly. I don't know what the rules are ...Jump to post
it seems like BoJo just got a pre-emptive headcount of his 'majority' in case he wants to persue a no deal brexit: MPs just passed an amendment which seeks to block any attempt by a future government to prorogue parliament to ensure a no-deal, with a majority of 41(!). There has never been a majori...Jump to post
Yeah, I bet they can hardly live with themselves. :rotfl: They have to live with the fact that apart from a few fans in the UK the rest of the cricketing world knows they didn't win that game, it's about the most hollow world championship victory in any sport that I can ever remember watching. Comp...Jump to post
Why they didn't deserve the win, it’s a hollow victory, NZ are the champions in all but name. Besides the umpires screwing it up they should have also used the Duckworth Lewis system where NZ would have won because they lost less wickets, wickets are more important than boundaries. England winning ...Jump to post
How is her outfit any different to a guy taking a flight in shorts and a t-shirt? I've taken most of my flights dressed like that (shorts & t-shirt, not the romper suit!)Jump to post
It's N7773A which is with CSDS Aircraft Sales & Leasing. Ex Singapore Airlines (9V-SYG) - Delivered back in 09/10/2001 The aircraft is withdrawn from service this year in Feb 2019 No, that's a 773, not a 77W. N7773A was delivered to SQ in 2001 and is being part-out at KSFB. The plane in questio...Jump to post
No change of "strategy." ... I do not understand what "strategy" you are talking about and what is justifying it and how can you show it. I see only one hope to see the 777-X join the A380 just because many of you wish. I don't wish for anything because I have no skin in the gam...Jump to post
GE90man wrote:Seems like it would be unlikely for this to be a CX aircraft due to the presence of a SATCOM dome at the front. CX have no 77W with the front SATCOM dome, and it seems unlikely that one would be installed.
Flight at 1am? I'm going to take a wild guess that plenty of pre-flight alcohol had been consumed.Jump to post
That was simply the greatest ODI game ever. I thought England were out of it with two overs to go. If you'd written those last two overs as a script, you'd have been laughed at. A six that was caught but the fielder stepped onto the boundary, then a six with four overthrows deflected of Stokes' bat....Jump to post
Indeed, one should not confuse this article with being news, or upholding journalistic principles. It’s a Boeing-sponsored editorial, and one needs to understand that while reading it. I’m not saying it’s without value. I actually am interested to know what Boeing has to say. Yep, Loren Thompson is...Jump to post
A101 wrote:Yes if it finally puts the issue to bed.
Impartiality Rules? In Britain? That’s laughable! BBC had a 95 - 5 ratio in airtime negative to Brexit vs pro Brexit prior to the referendum. How is that abiding by “impartiality rules”? That's laughable. But feel free to post some analysis to support your 95-5% bias claim. :scratchchin: Both sides...Jump to post
And in the second half of the year the news will say... "Boeing dominates Airbus with world record aircraft deliveries" Boeing is still producing 737MAX aircraft at close to full production rate. When the grounding ends Boeing will need to hire extra pilots to deliver the hundreds of airc...Jump to post
Klaus wrote:Now that was a lengthy and difficult birth, and there are prettier babies, too...!
A lot of time goes by that does not mean that such carrier will change strategy. Except Emirates clearly is changing its strategy. :roll: Clearly? Yes, clearly . :yes: They've cancelled (yes, it was their decision) most of their outstanding A380s and swapped them for smaller A330neos and A359s. At ...Jump to post
BestWestern wrote:Farage as ambassador. What’s happening to the UK. Shameless.
VV wrote:So far, it has been doing quite well and I insist that too many people underestimate the role E-Jet E2 will play in the future.
VV wrote:Too many people underestimate the role E2 will play in the future.
I loved the sound, it is so distinctive that even with an unexpected fly over I think I could still identify it by sound alone. If there are there any flying models left! Alas, per avgeekery, none flying. Wow, I wish I could have seen one flying. :crying: There are only four complete examples left ...Jump to post
“Big order”? Please. 30 (50) out of, what, 5000+? In fact, this 'cancellation' won't change Boeing's backlog at all, since the original commitment was never made firm. I don't know, I wouldn't call 30 planes negligible. See above. IMHO, it's more a perception issue than any real impact on Boeing's ...Jump to post
AFAIK, this was never a firm order, so not really much of a loss.
Looks like they'll operate an A320-only fleet now.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-saud ... SKCN1U20AC
ps it's Flyadeal, not Flydeal.
Checklist787 wrote:A lot of time goes by that does not mean that such carrier will change strategy.
Checklist787 wrote:Your argument is based on your own desires.
ual763 wrote:It was one slip of the tongue in an hour long speech that many are hailing as one of his best ever.
vaughanparry wrote:The Telegraph is generally my newspaper of choice but when it comes to selecting a photo to accompany an aviation story, their record is shocking. Deep breath:
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/0 ... ing-phone/
You forget that T. Clark had said that the A350-1000 did not have the shoulders in June 2013. The A35K is now significantly more capable than in 2013. :roll: Except that T. CLARK preferred the specifications of the first iteration of the A350-1000 (before 2011) And a lot has changed for Emirates be...Jump to post
Stitch wrote:scbriml wrote:The A35K is now significantly more capable than in 2013.
The ironic thing is, he didn't like the A350 when it became more capable in 2013. So will he like it now that it is even more capable in 2019?
As we've seen with recent "milkshaking" incidents where the milkshakes contained highly caustic quick-drying cement, sometimes things aren't what they appear to be and the prudent choice would be to make sure that the glitter is indeed all glitter and only glitter. Except the " highl...Jump to post