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by flipdewaf
Sun Mar 06, 2022 10:05 am
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread
Replies: 7263
Views: 505766

Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread

Also, you are forgetting WHY many ex-Warsaw Pact countries sought to join NATO; they've experienced what was life under Russian control, and they didn't like it. In the 90' Russia was trying hard to become democracy and integrate with west. In my opinion that was an honest attempt by them to stop b...

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by flipdewaf
Sun Mar 06, 2022 9:27 am
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: 2022 F1 Season News and Discussion Thread
Replies: 337
Views: 28764

Re: 2022 F1 Season News and Discussion Thread

Virtual737 wrote:
Breaking news. Mazepin still has hope for a seat in F1 for 2022:

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2928286900

He’d be good as a white van man! They’re always ‘Russian’ around…..

*a groan is as good as a laugh for a dad joke…

Fred


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by flipdewaf
Sat Mar 05, 2022 8:11 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Gasoline prices, it hurts.
Replies: 682
Views: 45972

Re: Gasoline prices, it hurts.

I paid 1,97€ a litre last time and that was before the invasion. We have an official government website to check prices in France : https://www.prix-carburants.gouv.fr/ Same petrol station the price is now 2,135€. New record for sure. Diesel fuel is 1,999€, that's insane. Fortunately for me I don't...

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by flipdewaf
Sat Mar 05, 2022 7:58 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Gasoline prices, it hurts.
Replies: 682
Views: 45972

Gasoline prices, it hurts.

£1.55/litre here in the uk (2.60CAD). My car takes about 55gbp to fill up and does about 500miles (800km) with that driving to work or about 430 if doing the hills. My wife’s car (a mini) takes about 65 to fill and does about 500miles. The pickup (L200) takes about 80 to fill and goes about 400miles...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Mar 04, 2022 9:30 am
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread
Replies: 7263
Views: 505766

Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread

We should focus on Ukraine and how to stop this war. I disagree, we should focus on suitable outcomes, one of which may be a speedy end to the war however other things need to be taken in to account including but not limited to: 1. Long term freedom of the Ukrainian people 2. Continued signalling t...

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by flipdewaf
Thu Mar 03, 2022 1:40 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: 2022 F1 Season News and Discussion Thread
Replies: 337
Views: 28764

Re: 2022 F1 Season News and Discussion Thread

And in a much stronger move after their initial (IMHO) weak response, the FIA has now terminated the Russian GP contract, meaning not only is this years race cancelled, but all future ones as well. It will be some time before F1 ever returns to Russia. https://www.planetf1.com/news/russian-grand-pr...

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by flipdewaf
Tue Mar 01, 2022 11:36 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread
Replies: 7263
Views: 505766

Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread

It is so sad to see Ukranians dying in what is probably a losing fight. I wish them the best and hope they win but it seems impossible to me. The Ukrainians seem to be doing a pretty good job of repelling the russian military at this point, I’m not sure they need the direct assistance. Maybe you be...

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by flipdewaf
Tue Mar 01, 2022 9:25 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread
Replies: 7263
Views: 505766

Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread

The Russian state media RIA apparently prematurely published an editors piece on feb 26 celebrating the Russian victory in Ukraine. It's a really interesting read, as it outlines Putins reasoning for the war (presumably in his own words handed over to the editor). https://web.archive.org/web/202202...

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by flipdewaf
Mon Feb 28, 2022 8:34 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread
Replies: 7263
Views: 505766

Russian Invasion of Ukraine - News and Discussion Thread

Putin knows that NATO is controlled by the United States. Ukraine is right on Russia's doorstep. And it’s a sovereign country and can join NATO if it so wishes. Why does what Putin wants matters? You sound like one of those crazy religious people who think they can impose their moral choices on oth...

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by flipdewaf
Mon Feb 28, 2022 12:46 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread
Replies: 7263
Views: 505766

Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - News and Discussion Thread

That is why Putin invaded. NATO expansion is unacceptable to the Russian people. How do you know, have you asked all of them? As far as I can tell it is only unacceptable to a certain number of them and unfortunately one of those is the dictator running the country. Based on the fact that there has...

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by flipdewaf
Sun Feb 27, 2022 10:09 pm
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread
Replies: 7263
Views: 505766

Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - News and Discussion Thread

Fifa not ready to ban /expel Russia from the FIFA World Cup play off qualifying. https://www.espn.com/soccer/fifa-world-cup/story/4605069/fifa-no-world-cup-ban-yet-for-russia-but-team-cant-use-flaganthem COWARDS. Other teams will make the decision for them by refusing to play Russia. England and Po...

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by flipdewaf
Sun Feb 27, 2022 11:54 am
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - *Discussion* Thread
Replies: 7263
Views: 505766

Re: Russian Invasion of Ukraine - News and Discussion Thread

My Source was listening to the speech in the Bundestag. A special new budget. He also hinted F35. Whilst this is great news (and long overdue IMHO), this is unfortunately going to blow out inflation even further in Germany. Challenging times indeed. How will Germany raise this money? A one-off tax?...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Feb 25, 2022 12:51 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Qantas to firm up A350-1000’s for Project Sunrise by mid year
Replies: 84
Views: 23040

Re: Qantas to firm up A350-1000’s for Project Sunrise by mid year

But that's only 300 miles ! :D :D :shock: :duck: There’ll still be that one guy who reckons the A350 would need a tech stop in BHX. Haha! They could of course avoid a tech stop if they scheduled the bags to be taken on a separate jet… Fred Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk According to the airbus sp...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Feb 25, 2022 12:05 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Qantas to firm up A350-1000’s for Project Sunrise by mid year
Replies: 84
Views: 23040

Re: Qantas to firm up A350-1000’s for Project Sunrise by mid year

Qantas hasn't said it though. I mean the A350 - 1000 will be capable of flying from Newcastle to London nonstop ut it doesn't mean it will happen. But that's only 300 miles ! :D :D :shock: :duck: There’ll still be that one guy who reckons the A350 would need a tech stop in BHX. Haha! They could of ...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Feb 25, 2022 7:45 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Qantas to firm up A350-1000’s for Project Sunrise by mid year
Replies: 84
Views: 23040

Qantas to firm up A350-1000’s for Project Sunrise by mid year

So with the likely closer of Russian airspace for the foreseeable future, would the 350 still have the range flying via the Middle East to do SYD/MEL-LHR, with a viable payload ? I would think so, my understanding is that the biggest challenge of al the routes is SYD-LHR, avoiding Russia to the sou...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Feb 25, 2022 6:59 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Qantas to firm up A350-1000’s for Project Sunrise by mid year
Replies: 84
Views: 23040

Re: Qantas to firm up A350-1000’s for Project Sunrise by mid year

So with the likely closer of Russian airspace for the foreseeable future, would the 350 still have the range flying via the Middle East to do SYD/MEL-LHR, with a viable payload ? I would think so, my understanding is that the biggest challenge of al the routes is SYD-LHR, avoiding Russia to the sou...

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by flipdewaf
Wed Feb 23, 2022 7:09 am
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: 2022 F1 Season News and Discussion Thread
Replies: 337
Views: 28764

Re: 2022 F1 Championship

I for one am intrigued to see what shakes out of the new regulations. I have watched a fair few of the reviews if the cars after their launches where they talk about the different approaches each team have taken but I can’t tell what it all means yet. Personally I hope McLaren are in the running thi...

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by flipdewaf
Tue Feb 22, 2022 10:08 am
Forum: Aviation Photography
Topic: best camera
Replies: 11
Views: 4645

Re: best camera

The old adage of "The best camera is the one you have in your hand". Don't spend time on reading reviews where someone points a camera at 78 different settings at a screen at a set distance away then spends 4 days taking pictures of clocks at different angles and zooming right in to see ho...

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by flipdewaf
Mon Feb 21, 2022 10:42 am
Forum: Technical/Operations
Topic: Pneumatic vs Hydraulic
Replies: 35
Views: 3925

Re: Pneumatic vs Hydraulic

My take on one vs the other is that the differences are due mainly down to the compressibility (or otherwise) of the working fluid. Pnue gives a good storage of energy and can react fast because of the storage nature of compressed air however because of the compressibility there is little fine posit...

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by flipdewaf
Sat Feb 19, 2022 8:55 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Leeham: NBA single aisle 2023/24 launch EIS 2028
Replies: 155
Views: 32474

Re: Leeham: NBA single aisle 2023/24 launch EIS 2028

much of the sales difference due to the MCAS issue and the grounding. Ya, one of the competing aircraft had a tendency to kill its occupants, why the feck would we ignore that and it’s very real impact on sales? It’s an inherent part of the aircraft. I believe the phrase is “if my aunt had a penis ...

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by flipdewaf
Tue Feb 15, 2022 8:13 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: 767F replacement
Replies: 272
Views: 35483

Re: 767F replacement

Well when you are not suggesting any numbers or anything other than general statements - then yes it is not a discussion anymore. I'll stand corrected if Boeing ever launches an 767-400F in lieu of an 787. You're also not suggesting any numbers and are also just using general statements. While I do...

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by flipdewaf
Tue Feb 15, 2022 10:09 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Leeham: NBA single aisle 2023/24 launch EIS 2028
Replies: 155
Views: 32474

Re: Leeham: NBA single aisle 2023/24 launch EIS 2028

Interesting, it does indeed sound like 753 size followed by a 752 size. The bit that seems off is the 48000lb thrust engine, that would suggest something 767 sized.

Fred

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by flipdewaf
Mon Feb 07, 2022 10:05 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

For Comparison sake 787 Fuselage Width 5.77M, Height 5.94Mm Wingspan 60.1M, 781 OEW weight about 136T 350 Fuselage Width 5.96M, Height 6.09M Wingspan 64.75M, A359 (passenger) OEW weight about 138T 7778F Fuselage Width 6.20M Height 6.20M Wingspan 72M, a 68M 777XF would be about 175T if the 778F OEW ...

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by flipdewaf
Sun Feb 06, 2022 7:40 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

There is a likely reason that an 7778F will weigh so much more beyond the fact that it is slightly larger and has heavier engines - that is the obvious answer is they are using a lot more less expensive materials. There must at least be a cost advantage in the barrels. You keep stating this but I d...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Feb 04, 2022 10:46 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

That shows a 352t mtow. Now that Aviation Week and Flightglobal are reporting a 365t mtow, that extra 13t has to be spread between OEW and fuel to be burned. Thanks, I did not see that difference. But why would 11 of the 13 tonnes be assigned to OEW? Would not at least half of the additional increa...

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by flipdewaf
Wed Feb 02, 2022 6:23 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

So if the 778F comes in at 160T what is the 779 going to come in at? It does not appear that they have gone to any great lengths to lighten 778F. The difference between the 63.7M 77L and F at about 145/144T to 73.8M 77W at 167.8T is about 23T difference for a 10M fuselage stretch. 778F to 779 is ab...

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by flipdewaf
Tue Feb 01, 2022 4:17 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

How much weight is the 787-9 saving over the A330-900? Real world design shows that composite does save weight. Just because you do not see it at the airframe level, doesn't mean that the weight saving wasn't applies elsewhere. Example the weight saving from the 787 went to the 6000ft cabin pressur...

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by flipdewaf
Tue Feb 01, 2022 3:22 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

would guess OEW is higher than expected as well. The obvious possible answer is Boeing doing what they did on 787 to cut costs and using heavier/less expensive/easier to work with materials to keep production costs down just like when they reengineered the 787. Your premise is correct but the mecha...

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by flipdewaf
Mon Jan 31, 2022 10:27 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

So the 777XF takes a bit more weight and has a bit more volume than the A35F but at equal payload costs a bit more per ton. If you can fill it it’s cheaper per ton but ‘a la A380’ you gotta fill it. Buy the one that fits…they’ll both be fine. Fred Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Fred - its a mirac...

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by flipdewaf
Mon Jan 31, 2022 9:00 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

So the 777XF takes a bit more weight and has a bit more volume than the A35F but at equal payload costs a bit more per ton. If you can fill it it’s cheaper per ton but ‘a la A380’ you gotta fill it. Buy the one that fits…they’ll both be fine.

Fred


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by flipdewaf
Mon Jan 31, 2022 6:54 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

So how far can it carry 109t of the A350F? The A350F takes it to 4700nm, if the 777xF can trade 9t of payload for fuel, perhaps it can take 109t out to 5100nm for an apples to apples comparison. I’m not sure I’m clear on what the specs are. 118t max out to 4410nm 118t max with 112.3t out to 4410nm ...

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by flipdewaf
Mon Jan 31, 2022 4:10 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

morrisond wrote: There is a reason the A350 is so light, as it uses a lot of expensive materials. The main reason its light is because its smaller. Historically for the same size structucture, going from aluminum to composite provides approximately 1/3rd weight savings. (First hand experience with ...

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by flipdewaf
Mon Jan 31, 2022 2:31 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

It's an assumption not always based on fact or reality. Ultimately, the discount is not to the list price, but more a function of the OEM'S manufacturing costs. Can Airbus sell an A350F for the same cost as Boeing can sell a 777XF and still maintain a reasonable margin? Can Boeing do the same? The ...

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by flipdewaf
Mon Jan 31, 2022 9:21 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

You do not know the cost to build either the 777XF or the A350F. Nor do you know at what price either OEM will offer to airlines. So your constant point regarding list price is literally meaningless. No one pays list price. You know this, yet keep repeating it over and over. Why? If you know at wha...

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by flipdewaf
Sat Jan 29, 2022 8:40 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

https://www.boeing.com/commercial/freighters/ Interestingly enough. On thé boeing commercial freighters page with the photos of all the products there has been a space left between the 747-8F and the 777F Has it always been like this? I had my very cynical hat on before I even clicked the link. May...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Jan 28, 2022 8:50 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing Hints at Next New Jet as It Weighs Tough Engine Decisions
Replies: 115
Views: 19760

Re: Boeing Hints at Next New Jet as It Weighs Tough Engine Decisions

Let’s hope something actually comes of it other than spurious marketing claims and asking airlines if they’d like “widebody aircraft at narrow body costs” without evidence that it’s remotely possible. Hopefully it will be something in the 180-230 seat range,. 2 engine options and a 4,000 to 5,000 ra...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Jan 28, 2022 6:51 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

So, in best case it’s going to carry 10% more payload with 20% higher OEW. Wonder what the fuel burn per ton will be… Its in a column at the end :-) Fred Fred, Thanks for the numbers they look very accurate with one exception. The assumption made is that the 777XF will not be able to carry any more...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Jan 28, 2022 2:46 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

Seems to me based on a lot of post, folks already know its limitations within a fixed range based on what we already know of the 777X, so can they really design based on requirements, or will the user just have to adjust their requirements to fit what the a/c can do, somewhat like abusing a widebod...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Jan 28, 2022 2:10 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

Seems to me based on a lot of post, folks already know its limitations within a fixed range based on what we already know of the 777X, so can they really design based on requirements, or will the user just have to adjust their requirements to fit what the a/c can do, somewhat like abusing a widebod...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Jan 28, 2022 12:35 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

All the extra weight in the 777X must be coming from somewhere. Longer wing. The maximum loads carried in the wings fundamentally scale with (span^2 * MZFW) which means a 779x wing is dealing with approximately 30% higher loads than a 77W. Fred Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Yes - got it - I wa...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Jan 28, 2022 7:06 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

morrisond wrote:

All the extra weight in the 777X must be coming from somewhere.


Longer wing. The maximum loads carried in the wings fundamentally scale with (span^2 * MZFW) which means a 779x wing is dealing with approximately 30% higher loads than a 77W.

Fred


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by flipdewaf
Thu Jan 27, 2022 8:16 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs
Replies: 489
Views: 55384

Re: Discussion on Potential 777XF Specs

I take it the max. payload will be in the area of 115 - 125 tonnes. But being considerably heavier than the A350F the fuel consumption will also be proportionally higher, reducing potential max. range and raising operating i.e. tonne per kilometer costs. Plus it comes at a higher initial investment...

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by flipdewaf
Mon Jan 24, 2022 6:38 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10
Replies: 401
Views: 69693

Re: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10

The deal would be; in return for Airbus assistance in finance they would get a few years (4-5) exclusivity/head start on the ultrafan. I'm not sure how realistic such a deal would be. https://youtu.be/sRAt8mn3HyY?t=3188 Andrew Geer, Ultrafan Chief Engineer says something like end of the decade. He ...

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by flipdewaf
Sun Jan 23, 2022 8:58 am
Forum: Non-Aviation
Topic: Stellantis says politicians NOT people want EVs + more lies
Replies: 323
Views: 12958

Re: Stellantis says politicians NOT people want EVs + more lies

Anybody else see the irony in two threads going on at the same time---one about EVs and the other about Bugattis? Not in the slightest. Imagine it’s like horses 100 years ago. Most people were happy that there was a more convenient method of transportation and there was less shit in the streets whe...

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by flipdewaf
Sat Jan 22, 2022 8:58 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10
Replies: 401
Views: 69693

Re: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10

In its current format the 787-10 needs to go up to 268.5T to get about 900NM of fuel according to Leeham news. Pavement loading will not be a problem as many of you have already said. The gear will need re-inforcement which Leeham says won’t be a problem. The engine will need the high thrust versio...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Jan 21, 2022 10:23 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10
Replies: 401
Views: 69693

Re: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10

It is not even close to what a 77W can haul even with a 12,000 lb increase in MTOW e.g. “ Take for example today's 5/29/2019 UA85 TLV-EWR flight the MTOG for the 78X is 560,000 today's TOG was 559,235. Now before you said I told you so lets take a look at what is on that aircraft. First and foremos...

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by flipdewaf
Fri Jan 21, 2022 6:14 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10
Replies: 401
Views: 69693

Re: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10

Not sure where the 787-10 needing an extra 1knm comes from to be on a par with the 77W. The MZFW range of the 787-10 is ~4knm and does so with an additional 21t of cargo on top of max pax. With max pax and 21t of cargo the 77W is going ~6knm. To allow the 787-10 to match that the MTOW needs to be in...

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by flipdewaf
Wed Jan 19, 2022 11:08 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10
Replies: 401
Views: 69693

Re: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10

Fred, if it's not too much of a bother, it would be interesting to see 789 vs 77E and 781 vs 77W as it might help resolve the current squabble. The 789, 77E and 77W are similar in their payload/range performance in that they all have just over 5knm MZFW range and then 7-7600nm Pax and bags range (a...

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by flipdewaf
Wed Jan 19, 2022 7:26 am
Forum: Site Related
Topic: Airliners or military
Replies: 17
Views: 2556

What has happened to AIRLINERS.net? (Question related to military topics)

LOL, then they picked a crap name from the inception. Guess they really didn't want or expect military av enthusiasts with the chosen name. How many would search for an F-111A pic on something named Airliners.net? Seeing as military is becoming more and more prolific is often in the top 5 it would ...

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by flipdewaf
Mon Jan 17, 2022 6:52 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10
Replies: 401
Views: 69693

Re: Boeing confirms higher gross weight 787-10

I'm kinda confused on how a better version of 787-10 aka Boeing's A350-900 could impact the viability of a plane larger than A350-1000. Many future potential 777-9 future and current customers already have A359 in the fleet or in order book alongside a decent 77W fleet, and these 2 planes playing d...

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