Spacepope wrote:The brilliant idea of replacing traffic transatlantic en masse with narrowbodies will help solve the belly space oversupply issue easily.
Oh California...you're such a constant source of joy & amusement. There's no way this would make it to SCOTUS...heck this wouldn't make it to the Federal appeals court. Duty regs are set by the FAA. Period. Now ground service personnel may be impacted by state laws...but if it flies, it's Fed. ...Jump to post
spottingBOG wrote:Wow. Never saw an aircraft lose a winglet mid-air before. Will be interesting to see how this goes for Embraer or whoever designed/installed them.
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NTSB preliminary report has been released https://data.ntsb.gov/carol-repgen/api/Aviation/ReportMain/GenerateNewestReport/104938/pdf It would appear from the witness report the aircraft had commenced a climb again for a missed approach On April 13, 2022, about 0832 mountain daylight time, a Cessna 2...Jump to post
Still cannot agree with you, there was heaps of 744s available for conversions, lots of locations, did not make the program successful because there was too much belly space available on passenger aircraft.Jump to post
Not sure how long it took you to make that post, it is very difficult to read with all of the embedded pictures. Would you be able to post that again without the manufacturers logos etc ?
Bees CAN survive the Alaska winter (and I believe more and more "amateur hive" keepers are attempting to do so) given the correct care and procedures. It's by now means a sure thing, with geographic location playing a big part, but it is done and more frequently than you might surmise. Th...Jump to post
Similar happened on the 737NG, prices dropped as the market factored in the MaX, when the MAX was grounded it reversed. These 77W conversions are not instant, it will take a couple of years to build and certify them by that stage passenger traffic will have rebounded and the 77X should be entertaine...Jump to post
lightsaber wrote:The insanely low prices of 77W stock is shifting the market.
But transpacific pax traffic isn't coming back anything like it was before. Before the pandemic With China and Japan still closed, that is understandable. Transpacific freight is generally one way, passenger flights can get revenue both directions. We all know that the passengers in the front of th...Jump to post
How long have QF had those slots for? Prior to the rise of the ME3 QF used to have four daily 744 into LHR, via BKK, SIN, HKG- project sunrise perfectly allows QF to tap back into that yielding traffic. They have had the slots for a long long time. Couple of years ago on one of these sunrise thread...Jump to post
With life getting back to normal in a post covid world, we will see more and more freight end up under floor on passenger aircraft.
The demand for these conversations will decrease, the silly money for air freight will end
Zeke, already explained to you the practice here in the US and the FAA stance on the matter. In the case of the US does. If you have a issue on the matter, you can always contact a POI or regional FSDO on the matter. FAA logging of flight time isn’t clear as mud, just like their stance of logging P...Jump to post
I believe there is an issUe with the older CityFlyer A332s in that they had a light weight floor which may preclude freighter conversion. These floors meant these planes were never able to have the original Skybed J class seats installed. Floor gets replaced anyway snd replaced with the cargo loadi...Jump to post
kriskim wrote:I think your mistaken, Skywest had some old A320’s prior to VA taking them over. Network got old JQ A320’s and had already been acquired by QF for quite some time.
NWK seem to be moving towards an A320 fleet with Jetstar hand-me-downs. For any remote strips that can’t support the A320 then it would probably be more efficient to sub-contract that to Alliance who will probably fly the F100 for another 10 years. Network had A320s prior to QF taking them over, so...Jump to post
RyanairGuru wrote:CASA may not permit combined 787/777 or 330/350 fleets
seat1a wrote:Any thoughts on Dep/Arr times out of SYD to LHR and JFK and back? Would it daily? I read above the LHR and JFK would require 8 frames? Seems like a lot.
For replacing the A380 why not go for a fleet of 12 777-9s? The 777-9 is closer in size to the A380 then the A350-1000 is and would be perfect for Qantas’s slot-constrained SYD hub. I’m sure Boeing could offer Qantas a good deal on some 777-9s that Qantas wouldn’t refuse. I think by the time the A3...Jump to post
I asked for the regulation, please provide the reference. FDPs/ FTLs have nothing to do with what goes in the logbook. Under part 61 regulation I provided above, bunk time in your logbook are fake hours, only hours at a crew member station is the rule. A PIC I can log bunk time, not the SIC. If you ...Jump to post
Press release is finally out: https://www.qantasnewsroom.com.au/media-releases/qantas-group-announces-major-aircraft-order-to-shape-its-future/ As stated in news release A350-1000 will be configured with 238 seats, 2 more that the 789’s though 40% will be dedicated to premium seats 6F/52J/40C/140Y ...Jump to post
This is very regulatory depended. FAA sees it differently due to rest requirements of Part 117. Part 121 crews typical log the entire flight time and SIC (PIC if you signed the release as PIC) time if you are the operating crew member listed on the release. Which also includes the observer seats as...Jump to post
The configuration is up to the airlineJump to post
ETOPS/EDTO approvals are like other add on approvals to an AOC, like LVO, RNP, RVSM, EFBs etc. these really have nothing to do with individual aircraft or individual types, they are granted when the operator has demonstrated they have the necessary procedures, training, maintenance, and operational ...Jump to post
Cathay Pacific has been banned for 7 days from today for operating passenger flights between SYD and HKG after 3 passengers were Covid positive on a flight from SYD-HKG on Saturday https://twitter.com/journodannyaero/status/1520387433019621377?s=21&t=t9EOCa8ZKtH2ho3PT7hpxw That all changed as o...Jump to post
Qantas 787's has been stretched thin long before pandemic to a point that the new MEL-LAX/SFO flight (MEL-LAX being the second-daily QF95/6) departs late in the evening to utilise the plane from London. With 747s out of the image it's no wonder they're already stretched thin - particularly when A38...Jump to post
LAX772LR wrote:Has Airbus even confirmed that there'll be such an aircraft?
This article is from a year ago and says there have been 1,000 aircraft delivered with P&W GTF. That would put the number of engines at well over 2,000 today. https://www.aviationpros.com/engines-components/aircraft-engines/press-release/21223079/pratt-whitney-pratt-whitney-gtf-engines-now-powe...Jump to post
I think P&W have just delivered their 1000th GTF engine, the engine type must be doing some significant hours now.
Guess 4000+ hours a day
Not a known ice airplane, for starters, unlike the American-built aircraft in that list (I don't know if the Let is certified for flight into known icing, but it does have a weather radar.) So, its functionally a VFR aircraft. Not sure if that is a real issue, the humanitarian work I am thinking of...Jump to post
ReverseFlow wrote:zeke wrote:Are the cockpit ones part of it, too?Ashtrays are still a certification requirement on airliners.
The ones I've seen are removable and I bet end up a lot elsewhere than cockpits!
It has been announced along with some other smalller Junkers designs the famous JU-52 with it’s hallmark corrugated metal finish from WW2 will go back into production with twin V8 engines burning Jet A1. “ The JU-52 NG, will be built using the same corrugated aluminium sheet metal skin over a hollo...Jump to post
Ashtrays are still a certification requirement on airliners.Jump to post
Can't find this "report" on BEA website. Latest press release in french dated from July 6th 2018. The BEA would have been an observer for this investigation, the lead investigator was Egypt. It is up to the Egyptians to release information. I don’t think BEA made the report public, it mad...Jump to post
Correct. Which is why it's strange that the BEA says that the cigarette ignited the O2. If you want to split hairs, it was not the BEA that made that statement, it was the newspaper. With the addition of one word to change it to “ignited from oxygen” would also make sense. Also splitting hairs soli...Jump to post
It has been announced along with some other smalller Junkers designs the famous JU-52 with it’s hallmark corrugated metal finish from WW2 will go back into production with twin V8 engines burning Jet A1. “ The JU-52 NG, will be built using the same corrugated aluminium sheet metal skin over a hollow...Jump to post
A cigarette when exposed to 100% oxygen will burn, and it will quickly ignite anything nearbyJump to post
889091 wrote:Are the masks supplied with 100% pure O2? I thought the human body can't handle pure O2 for extended periods?
I flew the A330, A340 and A350 as a common fleet at SAA. I however felt the A330/350 common type rating was a bit of a stretch. Surely the A350 and A380 are more closely aligned. The A330/A350 are far more similar in terms of procedures and handling than say the 737-400 and 737-8 MAX. I'm not quite...Jump to post
None of my wide body, long haul friends bother to keep a log book anymore. I haven't kept one for a very long time either, as a narrow body lifer. Why is that. Is that even legal. I keep a digital logbook which is perfectly legal, if the regulator asks for it I have to print it out and bind it as a...Jump to post
To begin, I think there is agreement among pilots and regulating authorities that all three can credit the full flight time under the "Total time" or "Total Duration of Flight" column, so in your example, all three pilots log 12 hours of total flight time. What may vary is how t...Jump to post
The approval is more related to the airline, not the aircraft. Airlines are approved by regulators (CASA in terms of QF) to conduct ETOPS, not specific aircraft tails. It is that regulatory approval which limits the times and routes they can operate.Jump to post
The BEA have release their preliminary findings https://bea.aero/fileadmin/user_upload/BEA_-_Press_Release_270422.pdf In short, nothing wrong with the aircraft, it was pilot inputs. “No failure warning was activated during the occurrence10. No anomaly was observed on the aeroplane. At this stage, th...Jump to post
A report today in the New York Post (and similar stories are in other papers around the world) has given some insight into the EgyptAir MS804 crash, this was n A320 from CDG to CAI in 2016. The BAE has concluded the pilots oxygen mask which is normally stowed just to the side of their seat was leaki...Jump to post
Law firms in the UK follow the instructions of their clients. Don't blame the lawyers for the position Qatar find itself in. I do not for one moment think QR did not get one of the top law firms in the UK to deal with this. They would have done their homework and I think just blaming the lawyers fo...Jump to post
Over 15 posts so far and no idea what this is about. Quick version! Red Bull sponsored a plane swap stunt. 2 aircraft were flown to a certain altitude close to eachother. Both planes were put into a nose down attitude, and the pilots jumped out of each aircraft. Their goal was to switch aircraft by...Jump to post
I don’t see how it’s any different than any of the other stunts people have been doing since Evil. The faa should make sure it’s done safely and probably over private line and and restricted airspace. But they should be the judge of what public interest. A lot of people find daring feats interestin...Jump to post