There is a difference between flying through a cumulonimbus vs. going around it. No pilot (not one) will fly through one. Even within fronts there are holes where the planes fly through. Hmm.... perhaps not willingly, but it has happened and does happen. Where you thought there was that hole before...Jump to post
15 sets of headphones?? "I have a large music collection"...............Jump to post
Now seen a few shots of G-LGNN at Glasgow in the tartan tail livery. It does actually look pretty smart. Presume eventually all the aircraft will receive the same style of tartan. Personally, would have been a nice touch to paint the aircraft with different tartans but appreciate for understandable ...Jump to post
Some of those Saab 340s though are rather elderly - I recall one or two of the B-models flying around for Business Air in the 90s! However they have the capacity for the market they serve & there doesn't appear to be a similar-sized aircraft currently in manufacture now. Saab themselves of cours...Jump to post
I don't remember Barbara Cassani 'making a pigs ear' of anything. As I recall she was very well respected during her stewardship of GO.Jump to post
Yes, if you were to choose one, the Rose would have it.Jump to post
DFW789ER wrote:readytotaxi wrote:Indeed. This guy is no Steve McQueen, Bullitt, the guy runs aross the tarmac, gets to lay under a jet as it takes off.
Or Bruce Willis popping onto the runway via a manhole, and trying to wave off an aircraft with flaming torches.