Airbus has made it clear that they are considering bumping up the range of its most powerful version of the A321 and call it an A321XLR. The new 'A321XLR' will be un upgraded version of thr A321LR that will be equipped with extra capacity and range and will be targeted for the American carriers as ...Jump to post
I always wonder what the other side of the story is on these. He was given a business class seat to lay down in. Obviously that means that they did something to help take care of him. The link on the first post reports the man being curled up in a fetal position due to severe pain. UAL has to have ...Jump to post
So now, after 5 months from November 2017, the FAA is grounding USVI. What took them so long considering this all started in March 2017?Jump to post
So why wasn't the idiot's computer protected by a up-to-date anti-malware program capable of preventing the infection? We are talking about a malware known since May 2017. Yes, the idiot could still click the link but the malware would not be able to run. Because almost all virus and malware progra...Jump to post
This virus was in outbreak for 4 days and was patched a year ago. Why in the world is Boeing not updating their computers to be protected from these kind of things? So there was some idiot in South Carolina who clicked on an e-mailed link, which they know they're not supposed to do, and it apparent...Jump to post
Darn... If only Boeing would have some knowledge and tools against these things. It's not like Boeing has a "comprehensive suite of solutions for customers looking to protect their networks".
4920879,4809645 The sad part is, the individual who was responsible for this horrendous rebrand probably got promoted. This is probably the ugliest A350 out there. What a sad, missed opportunity. This new Lufthansa livery reminds me of black armband. As if LH is in mourning. Why on Earth was the cl...Jump to post
JAAlbert wrote:boerje wrote:
At list prices this is "only" an US$ 16 billion order.
Is the $16 billion order cover all 36 frames or is that just the 20 confirmed?
JAAlbert wrote:Just 36? I thought they were negotiating for a much larger number of aircraft. Or perhaps, I'm just used to Emirates ordering in the triple digits!
Jet A/A1 is quite a bit lighter than diesel fuel. Fuel oil is ranked from #1 to #6. #1 is kerosene / stove oil, #2 is common heating oil / diesel fuel, #4 is ship fuel and #6 is "bunker", almost road tar. Jet A/A1 is close to #1, with the only difference is that Jet A/A1 is "cleaner&...Jump to post