The study is much more nuanced than the click-baity reporting about it. Policy recommendations are towards getting women into male dominated (=often higher paying) professions and increasing their lifetime labour participation. Best regards Thomas Be careful with that, too. Take IT/programming as a...Jump to post
Be that as it may, just showing the actual law. What you went out with you maintain. That was my point, nothing can be taken away because of absence from job under the law here. You are arguing what, a projection of earnings, not actual? Yeah, and the law says that, if you take a total of 6 years o...Jump to post
I've not seen anyone commenting on social media so far, so I'll have to bring the bad news. IMO, looking at this shark livery, I think of a centralized, military style company, lacking or ignoring commercial marketing professionalism. https://www.hmgaerospace.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/E190-E2-...Jump to post
The new President is probably objectively the least corrupt Mexico has had in a very long time, despite decades in politics and being mayor of Mexico City (larger than many countries) he has no big scandals against him That’s what people said/thought of the leftist Lula in Brazil. Hell, even I was ...Jump to post
It seems to me these Brazilians chanting in the street that their savior has been elected don't want less state, but rather more of it. Numerous groups out there protesting at different times who want different things. They’re not all free market loving by any means. But the PT.... no apologies for...Jump to post
So, what's the issue with Brazil to begin with? How come that corruption and economic mismanagement keeps going on and on and on for decades? Statism. A high level of state intervention and control of the economy and society. And this is not just the left—but the right, under the dictatorships, had...Jump to post
Airlines don’t pay retail prices on hotel rooms. They get steep discounts and use services like apihotels.com to manage all that.Jump to post
Is this Embraer's first application of the side stick yoke? The Legacy 450/500 (or whatever it’s called) has sticks also. The Phenoms have the ram horn yoke into the panel and the Legacy 600/650 has the ram horn attached to the floor the same as the EMB-145 (it’s a common type rating between the -1...Jump to post
The industry has gotten better, not worse, with the removal of those heavy handed regulations of the past. We have more competition, lower fares and more innovative models than in the past. The influence of the significant government backed players today is one that makes life difficult for the non...Jump to post
The aviation industry has a history of heavy government market distortions through ownership of airlines AND heavy handed regulations that had/have nothing to do with safety, but rather merely with power and control. Take that away and yes, you can expect significant turbulence while readjustments ...Jump to post
The aviation industry has a history of heavy government market distortions through ownership of airlines AND heavy handed regulations that had/have nothing to do with safety, but rather merely with power and control. Take that away and yes, you can expect significant turbulence while readjustments t...Jump to post
Anyone knows if this is related to the issues Embraer had with Kawasaki Heavy Industries? Or totally separate? https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/embraer-blames-build-quality-and-delivery-issues-for-208542/ It could be related indeed. But these look like they were from after the period that...Jump to post
Anyone knows if this is related to the issues Embraer had with Kawasaki Heavy Industries? Or totally separate?
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/artic ... or-208542/
I have never understood why many environmentalists disparage commercial air travel. They are always wanting us to use public transportation. But, isn't that what commercial air travel is? DUH ! ! ! True and in many respects it is less of an impact than other modes. A full 737-800 typically burns ab...Jump to post
Hub flying is more economical than flying nonstop from everywhere to everywhere. People will often question this because on its surface it doesn’t appear to make any sense given some of the routings with backtracking. But it does make sense. It’s a more complex explanation for sure, but the logic is...Jump to post
I know there's going to be a lot of inertia involved with a heavy 757 being pushed back, but surely the stopping distance isn't 'that' much? The ramper must have been quite close to the nose gear when he tripped. The brakes on these airplanes will make them stop abruptly and nearly instantly at tax...Jump to post
For the past few years there has been a lot of talk about how the ME3 are unfair competition. Weather the are or not depends on if they are making money and not surviving off money from there states. So I was wondering if Alitalia would be unfair competition then. Alitalia in its 72 year history ha...Jump to post
Lol , re: DL and the C-Series and Boeing using the government to block it .... pot calling the kettle black. Didn’t DL try to use the government to block EK ? DL hypocrisy at its finest ... The real irony is DL hiding behind the Canadian government and its massive subsidy of the DL order. That orde...Jump to post
It’s far less stone age than Saudi, women can vote and don’t have to dress like a mailbox. But they’re not as wealthy as Saudi and their interpretations of Islam is far less violent so they can’t buy as much support from the US. Also, their Government is democratically elected, unlike Saudi. You've...Jump to post
Absurd ?? Yeah right. These airplanes should be flown by mainline pilots. I just hope that they won't cave in more on the scope clauses. Sent from my SM-G930T using Tapatalk Then quit complaining and do something about it. Starting with realistic pay scales for smaller aircraft would be a great way...Jump to post
Once again, absurd scope clauses keeping the reigns tightened on small aircraft and small communities. Thanks ALPA. Absurd ?? Yeah right. These airplanes should be flown by mainline pilots. I just hope that they won't cave in more on the scope clauses. Sent from my SM-G930T using Tapatalk Then quit...Jump to post
Regardless of who is right and wrong, the two company statements are interesting: United spokeswoman Maddie King blamed the debacle on the size of the regional aircraft, which she said has smaller overhead bins that can’t fit larger bags. “Because of this, there was no space onboard the aircraft to...Jump to post
If they were first to board, why would they be told there is no room onboard? Something isn’t adding up. People get to bring necessary medical supplies. It's up to the crew to make room for them. If that means checking somebody else's carry-on, so be it. I know and agree, but why claim there’s no r...Jump to post
Scope ain’t changing and, as pilots become scarcer, mainline will be taking back more flying—RJs will either be upgauged or routes cancelled; NB flying will more to larger narrow bodies (A321/ B739) or wide bodies at peak hours. Off hours services will be rolled into larger mainline service, RJ off...Jump to post
I keep reading suggestions from some posters that Boeing “could have had the CS for nothing” like Airbus did. There is no evidence that BBD ever offered a partnership on the CS to Boeing for nothing. Or even to Airbus, for that matter, prior to the Boeing anti dumping case. BBD was likely stronged a...Jump to post
This is closer to an A320 replacement than a E190 replacement. The -300 will seat almost as many passengers as an A320, but with lower pilot pay.
Ditching/not ordering 100 seaters is a business strategy shift.
Congrats to Airbus—and enjoy not paying the EU any royalties
Even for just a tube design.... the 767 was dimensioned for passengers, passenger systems, passenger gates. Longer routes, rather than shorter hops. There’s gotta be some additional opportunities to optimize a freighter. edit: perhaps a higher wing would put fuselage closer to the ground? That has g...Jump to post
I was perusing airfleets.net and there seems to be about 500 757/767/300/310 freighters on the market, listed as active in their fleets with companies like fedex, ups, dhl and atlas. These aircraft have payloads of roughly 100-120k lbs. Can a new, clean sheet, dedicated freighter design compete wit...Jump to post
I was perusing airfleets.net and there seems to be about 500 757/767/300/310 freighters on the market, listed as active in their fleets with companies like fedex, ups, dhl and atlas. These aircraft have payloads of roughly 100-120k lbs. Can a new, clean sheet, dedicated freighter design compete with...Jump to post
This industry consolidation is 100% the fault of Canada and Bombardier. Full stop. Boeing’s trade complaint had everything to do with Canadian shenanigans. Canada still deserves to lose, however worthless a WTO ruling may be. None of this would have happened if it weren’t for protectionist Canadian...Jump to post
This industry consolidation is 100% the fault of Canada and Bombardier. Full stop. Boeing’s trade complaint had everything to do with Canadian shenanigans. Canada still deserves to lose, however worthless a WTO ruling may be. None of this would have happened if it weren’t for protectionist Canadian ...Jump to post
Embraer definitely got the better deal out of the two. Embraer will get $4.6 Billion, Bombardier received $1. :lol: OTOH, Bombardier gets to continue to exist, which is not what was at stake for Embraer. And the remaining 49.99% will definitely not sell just for a dollar in a few years... I thought...Jump to post
I don’t think that plane was the driving force behind this deal. The BBD-AIRBUS deal is cited as the catalyst and all Airbus got was an airplane, so I’d say the plane is most certainly an important part of the strategy Boeing is pursuing. I do agree there is certainly quite a bit more going on here...Jump to post
E175-E2 has no chance in those areas. The only market is the US for this aircraft. Could you elaborate please ??? Those are some airlines operating the E170 / 175 outside US and potential customers for the E175-E2: Alitalia, Aeroméxico, J-Air, Air France, LOT, KLM, British Airways, Fuji Dream, Flyb...Jump to post
Unions should be able to negotiate a closed shop with management, however. I realize this is a public union topic, but be careful to transfer this logic to the private sector. There are distinct differences although in neither case should it ever be a matter of the law enforcing a union shop across ...Jump to post
The WTO has delayed the panel’s final report to the second half of 2019, which is over a year delay from what is generally supposed to last 6 months. I’m sure BBD is happy about it. It seems clear that in terms of performance, operational costs and comfort the A330neo will be very competitive. It is...Jump to post
I do think the USA is not proving to be a good partner and friend to its traditional allies at this time. The USA runs a trade deficit with all of its major allies, the USA is in hock to China and Japan because it is financing a lot of its activities and has been doing this for a couple decades, ev...Jump to post
local meme of the championship: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxOLbjDp99s Brazilian fan yells at the camera "Russia f**king awesome, bro! f**king awesome!". Is the Kremlin implanting fake fans now? Because that guy is putting out sounds that no Brazilian could replicate that well, parti...Jump to post
What is legally allowed now was legally allowed for a long time. It’s not like we’re in some kind of unprecedented situation.Jump to post
caljn wrote:Right to work...for less! Yes, quite the sham.
On the contrary, it’s highly competitive to the point it’s nearly commoditized.
You can’t compare the electronics industry innovation to merely shuttling people around. Obviously there won’t be nearly as much low hanging fruit opportunities for innovation.