RIP On 777 freighter flights, at what point do they add relief pilots? At 6-7 hours, this AUH-AMS flight was sort of mid-range and makes some sense it was only a crew of 2. Did you open the link and read the story? It says a crew of 4. I did. Could have sworn it read 2 earlier. My fault, thanks for...Jump to post
undertheradar wrote:The 'air hostess' (who says that any more?), is guilty....of stupidity!! Sadly there is a WHOLE GENERATION OF 'EM... The future of the human race is in their hands!! NOOOOOOO!! LOL
peterinlisbon wrote:The moral of the story is don't post anything even remotely contraversial if you live on a politically correct prison island.
RIP On 777 freighter flights, at what point do they add relief pilots? At 6-7 hours, this AUH-AMS flight was sort of mid-range and makes some sense it was only a crew of 2. In the US they won't augment until 8+. Not surprised this is EY or one of the ME3. They run their pilots ragged on schedules t...Jump to post
All talk and no action. Rhetoric in speeches to pander to the base is not important if it comes to jobs.Jump to post
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Spacepope wrote:n7371f wrote:Anyone know why AS hasn't sealed the eyebrows on all of their -700's?
They might be one of the few operators out there that actually need them for visibility where they intend to operate them.
Good morning everybody. If someone has any aditional info to share about this... looks pretty serious. http://avherald.com/h?article=4ae84b8a&opt=0 Thanks in advance 100% A.net of armchair pilots commenting here are unaware that QFE ops are still used in most of the Russian airspace. When ATC i...Jump to post
I wonder what the odds are of it having to stop for refueling. Going east, none. Going west, I think only if expecting bad weather and possible holds. The flights can take advantage of the wind when flying south-west instead of head on into the jetstreams. And the flight shouldn't require etops. Uh...Jump to post
lavalampluva wrote:I wonder what the odds are of it having to stop for refueling.
To all my friends and neighbors here in Dallas that said "internal posts say Dallas," what happened? We knew Detroit was one letter too much, but AA flies DFW-HKG and EI is part of IAG, and "Dublin" is a missing link, and does have some fine beer, and whisky too! Where did the s...Jump to post
As a regional Captain. I can tell you this....If i went to DL the last thing i want to do is MD80 FO, 4-5legs a day!! I want to sit long haul FO... been doing 4-5 leg days far to long... like to go see the world...(on the company's dime) You sound young. If you are older you like being back at home...Jump to post
RetiredNWA wrote:Chill out, Billy. None of this is a big deal -- fake news.
Oscar is a great guy and a great CEO for United. It's the awful shareholders and Kirby who are ruining the airline. This is pure comedy when you combine it with the above post "Munoz always takes care of employees." Taking care of employees is not the CEO's goal. Taking care of shareholde...Jump to post
With all of the negative publicity United's gotten lately, it's nice to see them receiving recognition for such a good deed by their CEO. Certainly no recognition was needed, and he did not make this public himself. Bravo Oscar! http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2017/08/30/united-ceo-oscar-munoz-vows-t...Jump to post
In Belgium you can walk into a cafe and see a 32 page beer menu. They are not craft beers, they are well established beers some of them going back 5-600 years. They are exported and enjoyed worldwide. The marketing campaign was directed at the airlines target demographic which will find beers like ...Jump to post
It is a regional thing. A stand number or gate number can be given to a pilot the phraseology is different depending on the airport you land at. In America you are given a gate number regardless of if it has a jetway. As a passenger you are given a gate number that might be different than the one th...Jump to post
Hitting the brakes by accident on a basic taxi out. Is EZY doing this to scare people from flying their airline hoping to not have to expand so fast any more? You check the brakes during taxi-out, that has been standard policy everywhere where I ever flew. The kid probably only ever flew an old Ces...Jump to post
Why, everytime a cut is announced by a legacy to Britain, is it okay to reference the fallout from Brexit without such blowback? Just curious. The poster is noting astounding growth at LGW despite Brexit. Nothing more How could there be fallout to something that is not happening any time soon? And ...Jump to post
Are you saying the film was edited to make the crew look bad? And the resulting fix, popping the CB back in, was actually the first thing they did, but the film was edited to make them seem incompetent? If that is your argument then you are entitled to an opinion. I do not know why they would edit ...Jump to post
I believe HiFly has done work for Norweign before. How likely is it these would be flown for Norweign by HiFly? Maybe a way for Norweign to test the A380 as a long haul LCC aircraft? Doing work for DY is an understatement! They were almost operating DY's main routes for them, to places like JFK, wh...Jump to post
This must be a busy route for all traffic, all that belly freight available and AF also route twice a week a 77X with a stop in either CAI or JIBJump to post
Why would you avoid an aircraft just for a small noise that comes and goes on startup? Another new account just stirring the pot and 'asking questions' for no real reason. Then comparing the A to B and a 737 which they say is "better" even though it has a more noisy cabin during actual fli...Jump to post
b747400erf, you're not supposed to drink the ENTIRE bottle of vinegar with your breakfast every morning you know? Why do we mock "doctor killer" airplanes as having rich people who have no business flying kill themselves with poor judgement but obvious cases of cadets that should not be t...Jump to post
It's a real train wreck, honestly. Not that that's any of the pilots' fault (though some of them say some things that I'm pretty sure they'll regret later on), but the extent to which the whole thing is dramatized is ridiculous (I was expecting some playing up of stuff, but...wow). And would it kil...Jump to post
zkojq wrote:b747400erf wrote:In America you are not a career FO just because you have no cadet program.
All I can see is hardcore KLM fans jumping to its defend and downplaying the situation. I'd have thought it's unwise to attempt an approach considering the weather conditions at the time. Everyone could have died! I hope they fire the pilots over this! Only KLM fanboys would dare defend this! Wonde...Jump to post
MalevTU134 wrote:Then I'm with you. It's too late at night here to have my brain's sarcasm center working, apparently.
So Malev, why was today's flight cancelled? No clue. Flights get cancelled all the time for a plethora of reasons. Could be weather (probable due to the current weather at HKG), tech, crew, whatever. And why do you ask me?? I never said KLM never cancels flights. I just thought that post I replied ...Jump to post
I always find it entertaining when one a.netter uses a thread to prove why they're a better Skygod than everyone else. :roll: Easyjet has been doing this for years and has a stellar safety record. The real problem for cadets is that they don't generally have much command time on smaller aircraft wh...Jump to post
The second episode is following much more professional pilots. Easy should scrap the first episode for possible bad publicity.Jump to post
There is no reason not to have ever heard of the Bay of Biscay. Ha. You're kidding, right? The kids in this newer generation have no idea about much of anything beyond the faces of their cellphones. Or social media sites. Back on topic, on the face of it, I don't see anything wrong with EasyJet doi...Jump to post
masA380 wrote:All I can see is hardcore KLM fans jumping to its defend and downplaying the situation. I'd have thought it's unwise to attempt an approach considering the weather conditions at the time.
A CFI has little training and almost no life experience themself. For them to be the most impressionable person in training a new pilot I have always felt is very backwards. Cadet programs are the best because you learn from real professionals who have thousands of hours experience flying paying pa...Jump to post
HiFly does a lot of troop charters for different nations. I can see how a high density A380 could be good for that kind of business. How many airports military charters serve have been certified for A380 operations? Wouldn't many of the troop charters use military apron parking anyway? Is every mil...Jump to post
Paying $80+ per barrel of fuel until 2019 takes away a lot of extra money you might have for branding. But someone got rich off this branding campaign like someone got rich off CX fuel hedging. Time will tell if the airline survives long enough to repaint the fleet.Jump to post
I've really enjoyed both episodes. As a CFI in the US, I must admit I'm green with envy seeing all of these trainees flying Airbuses with less total time than I have. Nevertheless, it's certainly got me excited to continue moving forward! I started flying the A320 when I only had 200 hours total ti...Jump to post
I can't bring myself to watch it. The short clips I have seen have left me cringing, but that's just me. What is not hilarious about watching the new pilot at cruise gossip to the cute flight attendant about his dating preferences while the captain is taking a break in the cabin?? No need to monito...Jump to post
This is not a good portrayal of a professional airline. This is like teenagers playing pretend after buying sim time. All to save some pounds on hires. Looking forward to the behind the scenes pilot training documentary from a US airline so we can see how it should be done. ;) Nationality has nothi...Jump to post
A CFI has little training and almost no life experience themself. For them to be the most impressionable person in training a new pilot I have always felt is very backwards. Cadet programs are the best because you learn from real professionals who have thousands of hours experience flying paying pas...Jump to post
I am having trouble finding anything that supports that idea of the media having been up in arms about that landing. Three sources I have on my list for Hong Kong show the following: South China Morning Post - nothing Channel NewsAsia - nothing The Standard - nothing Could somebody help me, please?...Jump to post
The seatbelt signs on the left side are not turning on, first thing you check is circuitbreakers but it takes first the mx, a reboot of the airplane, then a call to ops, and a friendly reminder by them to check the cb. Just shocking. The rest of the crews all sound great to be around and the trainin...Jump to post
I really can see why a recent hire reached for the flaps and retracted them right after take-off after the captain asking for gear up. This is great in a train wreck kind of way. I'll be flying not EZY for sure.Jump to post