Wow! I wonder how they managed to do that.. The tail tip limit on most 320s I work with is quite a lot. Though it varies per airline we have several airlines saying that there's a 2000kg limit in the aft hold, to 2400kg with other airlines. (This is of course without any load in the forward hold) Ma...Jump to post
Largest: A380 (Emirates)
Smallest: DHC-8-400 (AirBaltic and Flybe)
It's still my favorite London airport but it's not as good as it has been. I remember flying out of there on a Tuesday afternoon in 2009 where I was with two friends, and the three of us were the only ones in the terminal not wearing a suit. Also back then they already had free wifi and power ports ...Jump to post
UA70/71 is operated by a 763 in the summer schedule so that would be even more restrictive. Plus they will lose all inbound and outbound connecting pax at AMS which are quite a lot each day. This guy seems like an interesting character. Further on he claims that a full 738 with 189 passengers weighs...Jump to post
I was able to see her depart, taking up most of rwy 18C as we're used to with Kalitta. Leaving a nice smoke trail too. I'm very sad to see them go, I have fond memories of the K4 742 around AMS. It was pretty much the last aircraft that made my office windows rattle whenever they departed from rwy 2...Jump to post
A public apology now via Facebook
https://hub.united.com/united-express-3 ... 68629.html
Are you for real? You are comparing 2 hull losses causing the deaths of hundreds to two incidents where pax were denied boarding? The leggings incident was within UA company regulations and it's not even clear yet what exactly happened with the whole doctor debacle. Do you seriously think this has t...Jump to post
Whether UA was right or wrong is completely irrelevant. They are the big loser in this incident. Joe Public doesn't care about contract of carriage or deadheading crew, all they see is a paying customer being dragged off the plane. It's being picked up by international media too and my Facebook time...Jump to post
Ouch! I know that its very busy on the ramp and lots of distractions going on, but the wing walkers and the tow driver are there for a reason on both aircraft. Looks like 6 guys were not paying attention and thinking about what they were gonna do after work. Problem is now they will have plenty of ...Jump to post
Wow I only realized this thread is so old when I saw that flightlevel 350 link! Meanwhile Jetlagged is casually continuing on topic 10 years later :mrgreen: :mrgreen: So does 50 degrees flap setting not cause any problems? I seem to recall reading that flaps 40 was disabled by some airlines on the 7...Jump to post
It's not the first one, it was preceded by the Saras and possibly others. Though I do hope this one is more successful!
Jerry123 wrote:I'd say DUB. It might not be failing but Aer Lingus regional have definitely retrenched a bit by dropping LPL, CWL and DSA.
At AMS see we a lot of Cello's in the cabin which are usually booked as first name Cello last name the passenger name. Then they are generally secured to the vacant seat with a seatbelt extension by the passenger themselves, or sometimes with rope by the loading staff. A double-bass is interesting a...Jump to post
Putting lithium batteries in your checked luggage as opposed to you carry-on luggage is actually a violation of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. As RJ is an IATA member they should not (willingly) allow passengers to put the lithium batteries in their checked bags..
The timing of this thread is perfect for me. I was actually on a UA flight out of IAH yesterday on a 739ER and we sat on the holding pad at 15L for over 20 minutes because the captain said "they were waiting for weight and balance info to be uploaded to the aircraft computers." This was t...Jump to post
Very cool, though I think they are kinda boring, it's a fantastic aircraft nonetheless. To work with as well as to fly on!
Airbus made a pretty cool video for the anniversary:
I should imagine that animal transport is a real issue for aircraft operators, clearly they are going to go when ever they want. How is this dealt with, is the compartment hosed out afterwards? A certain well-respected German carrier mandates that specialized floor mats made of absorbing material a...Jump to post
Hi guys! Hi Martijn, You can catch a bus from the airport to Taipei Main Station for NT$125 each was. The bus will drop you off at one of two stops at the Main Station (it's changed a lot since I last took the bus, so I'm afraid I can't tell you which one will be the best stop -- I think it will be ...Jump to post
Slcpilot wrote:And in action here....just past 2:00!
Hi all, I've got a trip planned to TPE, where I will be spending 2 days for sightseeing. I'm arriving around midnight on Sunday (so the night from Sun/Mon) in order to (hopefully) catch the China Airlines 744. I need to get to downtown Taipei around 0030-0100 assuming I arrive on schedule. The new a...Jump to post
HOMER71 wrote:Obviously he was a clear and present danger to what lies beneath. I know he is presumed innocent but I don't want to be a witness when he turn his Husky into a widowmaker and that becomes his ender's game...
I once had a family of three traveling from AMS to Australia (I think it was SYD), and they said their daughter was super-duper allergic to peanuts. They managed to convince the airline to block the last 5 rows (airplane wide) for their "peanut-free" quarantine zone. These three people had...Jump to post
Speaking of bright lights in the Netherlands: On a recent flight out of AMS from RWY 18L heading roughly due south (nighttime) I spotted a massive "TV-screen"/monitor on the left side of the aircraft. Any idea what it was? It was very shortly after takeoff. That's the Ziggo Dome concert v...Jump to post
As we continued flying, I saw similar installations that appeared to be off the Dutch coast* (I might be mistaken, as these had light cloud/fog cover and I couldn't clearly see any coastline). Those could be ships anchored at sea outside harbor entrances. If it was on land then they were most likel...Jump to post
LewisNEO wrote:The PH-BFB had also a false alarm smoke incident in the cargo area jan 15th and on jan 16th the same bird needed to fly back to AMS while on track to Nairobi due to some loose parts at a wing, according to the article.
However, an American Airlines spokesperson told Business Insider that only 450 employees have reported experiencing issues with their uniforms and that the airline could not verify the union's figures. Wow, "only" 450 employees! Then surely it's nothing to worry about :shock: MartijnJump to post
I'm not sure about your budget, but those helicopter flights around Manhattan island are really cool. They depart out of the Wall Street Heliport which right downtown. I think the cheapest ones go for about $180 dollars. You can just walk in and fly so you can pick a day with good visibility. I got ...Jump to post
Thanks for the replies so far everyone, keep them coming! However, according to Airbus publications, A320 family is a bit of an outlier - due to some unspecified aerodynamic phenomena, the the effect of CG on fuel consumption is negligible. Quote from http://ansperformance.eu/references/library/airb...Jump to post
Well those BA/EZY flights to LON won't be carrying 3000kg of cargo for sure. Come to think of it, 3000kg of cargo seems like a lot (volume wise) to fit in a 319, let alone a 318. Depending on cargo density of course, but that weight equals a lot of volume if you are talking about general cargo. If y...Jump to post
Hi guys, I've been working as a load-controller for several years now, making loadsheets for a variety of airlines and aircraft types. Usually me and my colleagues will try to make a load plan resulting in a good stabilizer/trim setting for the aircraft, which is often designated as optimal or ideal...Jump to post
Does anyone have info about Cityjet's EI-RJG? She made a hard landing at FLR last year, and hasn't moved since from what I can find out.
Hey Vio, thanks for sharing! A really cool report. Very interesting to see the operations up North!
A video of a TK 321 reportedly being "deiced" is making rounds on Facebook and Twitter. It basically shows 2 guys on a ladder rolling what looks like a water-cooler bottle down the wing of the aircraft. The video maker claims that this is how they deiced the wing. Obviously it's not a pro...Jump to post
A video of a TK 321 reportedly being "deiced" is making rounds on Facebook and Twitter. It basically shows 2 guys on a ladder rolling what looks like a water-cooler bottle down the wing of the aircraft. The video maker claims that this is how they deiced the wing. Obviously it's not a prop...Jump to post
There was a trip report on this website a few years ago about (I think) an AN-24 from Bishkek to Osh, where there were people sitting in the cargo hold! Lots of Soviet era freighters have jumpseats fitted alongside the cabin walls, or have provisions for (troop)seats to be installed quickly. MartijnJump to post
Hi guys! The end of the year is near, so it's high time for some compulsive list making! Have you landed on all letters of the alphabet? Credits for this thread go to Airstud who came up with the idea some years ago. Though I have landed on a few new airports, I don't have any new letters. New entri...Jump to post