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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 17, 2000 8:20 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

Joni..On Second Thought..

Joni wrote: ------------------------------- ..but it's easy enough to just skip over his postings. --------------- Joni That in essence is quite true, the more I ponder "We're Nuts" and some sort of rational discussion, the more the option you aliterate becomes a quite common sense option.  <i...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 17, 2000 8:10 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

Joni

Joni That's all well and fine, but tracking 'We're Nut's' postings suggests he has an exposure of understanding 'somewhat' of the subject as well as (importantly) making choices posting such. Or in other words: Anyone can become a 'bomb thrower'. Hence my purposeful holding his feet to the fire. If ...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 17, 2000 7:51 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Fokker F100 Worse Than ATR42!
Replies: 25
Views: 2941

RE: Fokker F100 Worse Than ATR42!

DesertJets wrote: ------------------------------- And most of the time the IFE is not that good anyways. Who really wants reruns of Friends, you can sit at home and watch them after the 6 o'clock news. The only reason why I like having something to listen to is that it helps to drown out some of th...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 17, 2000 7:14 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

RE: The Answer Is..

No. Why not open your quite closed mind and engage upon something requiring thought for a change. Now, I'm going to get a bit mean below but -think- before replying. You parrot off a 'press release' mentality, offering nothing worth true meaningful discussion other than saying how awful Airbus "crip...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 17, 2000 5:07 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

The Answer Is..

1.) Whether you like it or not, subsidy is going to exist on both sides of the Atlantic whether we like it or not...That is if the US finally pulls it's head out of it's ass and elects a President from NONE of the two established political parties. Preferably a person from none of those two parties ...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 17, 2000 4:30 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

The Bottom Line Is..

The Emperor has NO clothes... None De-Nada Mei-Yo Oop-so The clever attempt to paint the US side of its quite real subsidy of industry as some sort of hapless victim (of foreign subsidy) when facts available PROVE the US government subsidizes it's big players in industry. You NEED to read the CATO I...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 17, 2000 4:18 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

You Missed The Point..

You are missing a much bigger point which tells me you have completely blown off the links I provided and dismissed them. The simple fact is: The US government is FAR MORE Socialist or shall we say European-esque than we'd like to admit. The evidence is quite clear that all sorts of subsidies (direc...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 17, 2000 12:08 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

One More..

I forgot this link, the information on it is quite damning. What I cant believe is Social Welfare now has time limits, where are the time limits on Corporate Welfare? Then read on how some of these corporations have "downsized" their operations laying off US workers while they continue to receive ta...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 17, 2000 11:58 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

For Ual747-600: Some Factual Links To Peruse

You need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view some of these: http://www.cato.org/pubs/pas/pa-254.html http://www.cato.org/pubs/pas/pa350.pdf http://www.cato.org/pubs/briefs/bp-028.html http://www.cato.org/pubs/wtpapers/corpwelfare.html http://www.cato.org/pubs/pas/pa225.html http://www.cato.org/dailys/3...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 17, 2000 11:42 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

RE: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?

747_600 Without getting into a long detailed argument of subsidy versus repayable loans (which these -are- in much more correct language), I sincerely believe the risks of a MAJOR trade war the likes of which have not ever been seen are quite possible if certain lobbies attempt to cover up their sub...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 17, 2000 4:44 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: TWA Airbuses
Replies: 46
Views: 1198

RE: TWA Airbuses

We're Nuts wrote: ------------------------------- The 736 was made to fill a gap, if airlines don't like it, they can buy the 717-300. I still maintain that if you were to ask anyone at TWA, they would tell you that they don't actually want the A32X aircraft. But they had no other choice. It's sad w...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Sep 16, 2000 5:53 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

RE: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?

Fat chance! To read this stuff from a HUGE worldwide logistics management/hands-on experience perspective in the back of my mind, working on one of the worlds largest airplanes called the C5A Galaxy is frankly, utterly amazing! This is like a trip to Jupiter in the morning and then coming back home ...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Sep 16, 2000 4:34 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: I'm Gonna Get To Ride On A Tri Star!
Replies: 18
Views: 2196

RE: I'm Gonna Get To Ride On A Tri Star!

The L1011 is a favorite of mine. It was an 'over designed' airplane in many ways, truly ahead of it's time. I last flew on one over 12 years ago and still remember how much I liked it. I remember the economy class meal of Chicken Cordon Bleu as well (G). It was a TWA model from SFO-STL-EWR, I was re...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Sep 16, 2000 4:20 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

RE: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?

Of course they can. If you really want to number crunch it in mathematical terms, go take a look at the capacity per hour both facilities can handle and you then recalculate the math. The INS facilities at LAX and JFK handle massive numbers of passengers per hour and can do it just fine. If Virgin A...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Sep 16, 2000 4:01 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

RE: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?

DesertJets wrote: ------------------------------- MAC, all very good points. We tend to be stuck in a US-centric model too many times when thinking about aviation issues. And we complain more when we have a more flexible system... god bless us. Could you tell me why there are no airline flights bet...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Sep 16, 2000 3:35 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: TWA Airbuses
Replies: 46
Views: 1198

RE: TWA Airbuses

Personally...they couldnt have used the A330 in the -current state- of affairs they are up against and the A32X is the best move they could have done for their narrowbody fleet. It's an excellent mix I think (717 and A318/319 along with some A320s I believe are in the pipeline to replace 727s) The A...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Sep 16, 2000 3:28 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: TWA Airbuses
Replies: 46
Views: 1198

RE: TWA Airbuses

I'm doing that now..I see my point was already made (G) TWA is in a serious do or die battle right now..

MAC

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Sep 16, 2000 3:22 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: TWA Airbuses
Replies: 46
Views: 1198

RE: TWA Airbuses

We're Nuts wrote: ------------------------------- This is the stupidest thing TWA has ever done, and it will surely put them out of business. The 717-300 will be coming out soon, and Boeing can offer it for millions less and have it to them sooner, plus they already operate the 717-200. Stupid, stu...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Sep 16, 2000 3:08 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Fokker F100 Worse Than ATR42!
Replies: 25
Views: 2941

RE: Fokker F100 Worse Than ATR42!

TWA... I believe this is more American Airlines choice and not Fokker's. The F-100 is referred to as the "Spitfire" due to its takeoff performance so there's a positive angle to this. If AA plans to keep the F-100 (which I think they should) they may want to invest in an IFE system for their fleet. ...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Sep 16, 2000 2:05 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

RE: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?

We're Nuts wrote: ------------------------------- Do you think the US is trying to pass a passenger's bill of rights because are getting tennis elbow and swimmer's ear? We have enough airline crap to deal with already. We really, really don't need one plane to fill up an entire terminal. It's not na...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Sep 16, 2000 12:24 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?
Replies: 43
Views: 1471

RE: UAL Sale Of 747-200's & Future Of A3XX-747X?

You really cant judge who is right or wrong at this point in time, especially given how early it is. Just because ONE carrier elects to use a mix of smaller airplanes NOW may be completely opposite next year or the year after. UAL is being targeted along with Lufthansa for a major buy of the A3XX by...

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by MAC_Veteran
Fri Sep 15, 2000 4:59 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: CO To Guam
Replies: 6
Views: 1578

RE: CO To Guam

Just to add some notes: I remember the newscast saying CO was going to use a DC-10-30 on this GUM-LAX route and that this nonstop route was in part directed at the large Chamorro community in the Los Angeles region who wanted to bypass HNL entirely. Something must have made them change their mind al...

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by MAC_Veteran
Fri Sep 15, 2000 2:21 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: CO To Guam
Replies: 6
Views: 1578

They Have Considered It

Just before I left Guam in June 1994, I caught a news report on radio station KGUM in Agana stating that Continental Micronesia was going to fly nonstop services from GUM to LAX that fall or early Spring 1995. Nothing has happened since though. Same newscast said service from Guam to Vietnam was bei...

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by MAC_Veteran
Tue Sep 12, 2000 1:04 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Do You See The A330 As An Oddball In UA's Fleet..
Replies: 68
Views: 5648

RE: Do You See The A330 As An Oddball In UA's Fleet..

DLX AC has been flying their RR Trent powered A330-300s from Montreal to Paris and London Heathrow for a little while now, and nonstops from Toronto and Montreal to Vancouver. (Seems to be VERY heavily utilized from Montreal across the Atlantic) There is word that they may EXPAND their A333 orders a...

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by MAC_Veteran
Tue Sep 12, 2000 12:36 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Do You See The A330 As An Oddball In UA's Fleet..
Replies: 68
Views: 5648

DLX-another Fact To Throw In..re: Air Canada

I had a smile reading the assumption that UAL can just cede their PW pwered A333's upon Air Canada, posted by some who arent getting one shred of what you are saying. (G) Let's remind folks about something important: Air Canada's A333's are RR powered. They like them and are happy as pie with them. ...

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by MAC_Veteran
Tue Sep 12, 2000 11:56 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Do You See The A330 As An Oddball In UA's Fleet..
Replies: 68
Views: 5648

My Take On This..

I see UAL keeping the A333's. I believe many have been far too quick to believe UAL will phase out the A333 in the yearn to standardize on fleet types when the fact remains that UAL can use the A32X commonality quite well upwards to the A333 insofar as training goes and familiarity. ALPA rules notwi...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Sep 10, 2000 5:51 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Eva Air
Replies: 23
Views: 2152

RE: Eva Air

Stratifier,

Just a bit of trivia: UNI Air was originally Makung International Airlines. They leased a 757-236 for a short while and I think they also flew an HS 748?

MAC

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Sep 09, 2000 4:34 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Continental Employment Question.
Replies: 6
Views: 312

RE: Continental Employment Question.

Some grist for you to consider before you want to jump into the ai'line 'biz. FACT: EVA Airways -Cargo Manager- position at Newark INTL Airport,New Jersey, $25000 a year. Now go figure what a CSM position pays. (Big-Grin) I might add, quite importantly to them, Military Experience Need not apply eit...

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by MAC_Veteran
Thu Aug 31, 2000 9:33 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Air Mike Retires B727 In October
Replies: 7
Views: 1594

RE: Air Mike Retires B727 In October

I've flown on Air Mike 727-200s and found them to be quite comfortable. It's a shame they ar being retired. It will be interesting to see how the 737-800 is being received by some markets. Two reasons for that: The seating configuration CS uses on the 727-200 is widely liked, what is the comparative...

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by MAC_Veteran
Wed Aug 23, 2000 5:52 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Opinion Of 737NG
Replies: 25
Views: 1571

RE: A320-300?

A few weeks ago, Marc Shaeffer's Aircraft Order's site had an intriguing post by Marc regarding the potential -Next Generation- A320. Unofficially it appears it will be named A320-300. Apparently this Airbus Industrie proposal is being discussed and talked about but at what level and what it looks l...

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by MAC_Veteran
Mon Aug 21, 2000 11:42 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Delta To Scrap Portland As A Pacific Gateway?
Replies: 32
Views: 2375

RE: Mac-veteran

'Boeing I have PLENTY right to comment on it because I HAVE lived there in recent time! Does living in Hillsboro "count"? I lived there for 2 years commuting to and from downtown Portland along with plenty of trips to Salem and Umatilla thrown in for good measure during the late '90s and I can attes...

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by MAC_Veteran
Mon Aug 21, 2000 3:28 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Delta To Scrap Portland As A Pacific Gateway?
Replies: 32
Views: 2375

RE: Delta To Scrap Portland As A Pacific Gateway?

DebN One of the biggest problems with the roads is: 'Oreg'unians' use studded tires almost -YEAR- round! That's why the roads are in such crap shape. Go grab a history book of the First World War, specifically pictures of the Verdun battlefield in France, then compare it with a typical highway in Or...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Aug 20, 2000 4:01 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Delta To Scrap Portland As A Pacific Gateway?
Replies: 32
Views: 2375

DebN Is -spot On-!

DebN I used to live outside of Portland and your note brings back to mind some of the quite strange things used as 'rationale' when it comes to proper city infrastructure and planning. Case in point, the massively overstrained "Sunset Highway" just immediately south and west of Portland leading towa...

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by MAC_Veteran
Tue Aug 15, 2000 4:08 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Shortest Route Flown By A 727.
Replies: 14
Views: 2152

RE: The Puddle Jump To Saipan And Rota

Continental Micronesia operates 727-200s on the GUM-SPN route in their shuttle operations between the two islands, flight time is less than 30 minutes, a distance of 145 miles. They also operated the DC-10-10 on this route. A -REALLY- short one (not currently operated by jets) was the GUM-ROP (Rota ...

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by MAC_Veteran
Mon Aug 14, 2000 1:07 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: US Airways DC-9
Replies: 22
Views: 2333

RE: US Airways DC-9

Soontobepilot You may want to look around the photo library -here- for the hybrid USAirways DC-9 in the "USAirways Shuttle" motif. That has the dark blue US Airways tail colors and US flag logo. The bare metal fuselage has small dark blue current USAirways style lettering used instead of the older R...

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by MAC_Veteran
Wed Aug 09, 2000 3:19 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Why Isn't CAL At CKS II?
Replies: 5
Views: 1865

RE: Why Isn't CAL At CKS II?

You're welcome Stratifier BTW..I've been hearing rumours of a new cargo/industrial airport to be built near the Tainan Science Based Industrial Park (which is getting quite large I might add). Kaohsiung Intl Airport cant be expanded any further and this would probably be the best way to grow air fri...

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by MAC_Veteran
Wed Aug 09, 2000 2:52 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Why Isn't CAL At CKS II?
Replies: 5
Views: 1865

Here's The URL For CKS Airport

Stratifier Here's the link, it's offered in Chinese (Big 5 coding) and English http://www.cksairport.gov.tw/40_index.htm BTW..if you want to look at Kaohsiung Airport's website, here's the url for that as well: http://www.kia.gov.tw/ Another site featuring the Taiwan Civil Aeronautics Administration...

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by MAC_Veteran
Tue Aug 08, 2000 2:30 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Why Isn't CAL At CKS II?
Replies: 5
Views: 1865

RE: Why Isn't CAL At CKS II?

Flyboy81 I believe the plan is to have CAL stay at Terminal 1, with the reconstruction of it accomplished in stages. If there's a terminal that needs renovation it has to be that one though. It's quite difficult connecting and easy to get lost there. Terminal 2's north side concourse will be a few y...

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by MAC_Veteran
Mon Aug 07, 2000 12:46 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: American, MAS & The 777
Replies: 32
Views: 3660

RE: American, MAS & The 777

Dalecary Some further major parts of the MAS order include: 1.) Engine support, commonality and technology transfers to Malaysia-Big sticking Issue 2.) Aircraft Price-Major Sticking issue as you say. Back up to the Engine support, Commonality and technology transfer points Rolls Royce wants to maint...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Aug 06, 2000 4:08 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Your Opnions Of DC-10/MD-11 Aircraft
Replies: 7
Views: 3879

RE: Your Opnions Of DC-10/MD-11 Aircraft

I've flown varying marques of the DC-10 over the last 20 years and I've got to say the best configuration was Continental's "Golden Pub" configured -10 model on domestic routes and with Air Mike. Unfortunately that configuration is now long gone as are the -10 models for that matter. The 'Golden Pub...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sun Aug 06, 2000 5:44 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: American, MAS & The 777
Replies: 32
Views: 3660

RE: American, MAS & The 777

Ray I believe CX will get the A3XX as well. I expect them first to be deployed on the *quite* popular CX888/889 routing which is HKG-YVR-JFK (CX could possibly make this a nonstop to JFK?) Along with SFO and LAX. Their flights to LHR, FRA, and CDG are prime candidates as well. They could use the A3X...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Aug 05, 2000 5:59 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: American, MAS & The 777
Replies: 32
Views: 3660

CX A333s: Just A Clarification

Just to emphasize something, I should have said at the first sentence that Cathay uses the A333 in shorter length 'shuttle routes' -in addition to- their medium and long range services from HKG. The longer range services use the A333 as far south as Australia (Perth, Cairns and Brisbane off the top ...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Aug 05, 2000 5:52 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: American, MAS & The 777
Replies: 32
Views: 3660

RE: American, MAS & The 777

Ray CX employs the A333 on shorter routes than HKG-SEL or HKG-NRT. They -heavily- use the A333 on HKG-TPE/HKG-MNL both of which are less than 2 hours (shuttle routes for all intents and purposes with HKG-TPE flying time of 1:45 for TPE and about the same for MNL) The HKG-TPE sector alone is one of t...

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by MAC_Veteran
Sat Aug 05, 2000 4:39 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: American, MAS & The 777
Replies: 32
Views: 3660

RE: Long Time...

Mlsrar I'm not talking about MAS's A330-300s one bit, I am talking about the A340-500/600 -long range aircraft- they are talking with Airbus in getting. Watch and see how this pans out. If you want to discuss the A330 fleet they already operate (10 I believe) the problem they have had has more to do...

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by MAC_Veteran
Fri Aug 04, 2000 7:02 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Dallas (DFW)is Awesome
Replies: 10
Views: 1716

RE: Dallas (DFW)is Awesome

Yeah..it's huge in size, impressive to see it work...but quite frankly in my experiences flying through there..It's an absolute B*TCH to connect through!!

Ever been #37 (in an AA MD-80 mindyou) waiting for takeoff at DFW?
Try it sometime. (Grin)

Regards
MAC

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by MAC_Veteran
Fri Aug 04, 2000 6:39 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: American, MAS & The 777
Replies: 32
Views: 3660

One More Thing..

Before we jump to conclusions that AA has ruled out the A340NG ...one must consider the 777-200ER add-on purchase was for more growth within the -next few years- targeted more towards MD-11 replacements than anything else. AA needs an airplane that can reach Tokyo, Taipei and Hong Kong longer term a...

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by MAC_Veteran
Fri Aug 04, 2000 6:25 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: American, MAS & The 777
Replies: 32
Views: 3660

Words To Heed..

Mlsrar wrote: ------------------------------- btw, where's MAC with the slewing of Airbus? ------------------------------- Because 'MAC' has been quite busy with his real world occupation and when he can get time online and peers into these debates he sits back and researches/relys upon data source...

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by MAC_Veteran
Fri Aug 04, 2000 3:06 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: QM2 The End Of Hmmmm...
Replies: 39
Views: 2714

RE: QM2 The End Of Hmmmm...

Agrodemm Given that the Britannic was coal fired, I wonder if a coal dust explosion hastened the ships end? I think the area where the mine or torpedo went off was close to the coal bunkers. These types of explosions happened quite frequently and it doesnt take much to set one off. Imagine if the Br...

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by MAC_Veteran
Thu Aug 03, 2000 1:30 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: QM2 The End Of Hmmmm...
Replies: 39
Views: 2714

RE: MAC_Veteran

Agrodemm Yeah I remember the recent National Geographic special on the RMS Britannic featuring Dr Bob Ballard, the same guy who found Titanic. Jacques Cousteau found it back in the 1970s and aired a special on Britannic as well. The wreck is in very solid shape and quite accessable. The long lived O...

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by MAC_Veteran
Wed Aug 02, 2000 2:14 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: QM2 The End Of Hmmmm...
Replies: 39
Views: 2714

RE: QM2 The End Of Hmmmm...

Hmmmm That is one IMPRESSIVE ship they have planned! Good Lord 1131 feet, can we Nimitz Class aircraft aircraft carrier size -and then some-?! It will be an awesome sight to behold in New York Harbor, although I wonder if they have a dock large enough to handle it. (LOL) As far as names go, Queen Ma...

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