A6-ENQ looks like it's going back into service. It's just flown back to DXB.Jump to post
The long winter hibernation is over and F1 is back this weekend. :checkeredflag: Some changes from last season: Horrid Halo finally arrives. No more shark-fin and TV aerials on the back of cars. New tyre compounds - Hypersoft (pink) and Superhard (orange). Will anyone run the two hardest compounds i...Jump to post
Wages up Employment up Inflation settling http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-43482886 How very sad for you all. You do realise nothing has changed, we haven't actually left the EU yet? :rotfl: Get back to us in 2022 after we've been out for a couple of years. In other Brexit related news, the post-...Jump to post
And there's precisely no evidence saying an economic case doesn't exist Boeing's own words and the fact the 797 hasn't yet been launched would support the supposition that a business case doesn't exist today . However, one may well exist tomorrow. From Aviation Week just six days ago - http://aviat...Jump to post
Momo1435 wrote:A350 order total end of 2013: 812
A350 order total end of 2017: 854
net = 42
BawliBooch wrote:That’s why #RafaleScam must be investigated & not wrapped in nationalistic slogans.
It kind of does show it. Some A330neo orders were A350 conversions. There have only been 42 net orders since 2014 (the year of the A330neo launch). IIRC, all A350 to A330neo conversions were by customers who ordered the -800. Only 42 net orders of A350s? You need a better source for your numbers. :...Jump to post
Revelation wrote:It looks like the people within Airbus who wanted to protect the A350 from being undercut by the A330neo has lost out, presumably due to A330neo's slower than expected sales pace.
If ETOPS had been introduced sooner, this would have made it unnecessary to make the A342/3 in any way, shape, or form. The A339 basically has the range of the A343. Not really true. The performance of the A339 is the result of 25 years of development, improved wings and much newer engines. None of...Jump to post
This type of issue is exactly why autonomous cars are going to die on the evolutionary vine, despite the billions of at-risk capital pumped their way. It seems some people have totally unrealistic expectations of what an autonomous car can do and should be able to do. It will be impossible to ever ...Jump to post
It's an easy mistake to make. They had brown skin, didn't they?Jump to post
Once the 797 arrives then it kills the one advantage the A321 has. Once the medium haul routes are taken care of with the 797 then the airline will pick the more fuel efficient 737 family to do what it does best, short haul. The real World doesn't seem match your dream one. :shakehead: The 797 will...Jump to post
Unless you can provide proof the DVD don’t exist. Proof? :rotfl: On the one hand the DVD is credited with a long list of dastardly actions over decades of mischief, including bringing down numerous airliners and smuggling nuclear bombs into London. On the other, despite their near limitless ability...Jump to post
20 years ago our parents were telling us not to trust ANYONE online. Now these people believe it if Facebook says Hillary has a child sex dungeon in the non-existent basement of a pizza place in DC. Changing world. A few years ago we hammered into our girls that they should never get in a stranger'...Jump to post
The A321 design can't beat both the 737-10 and 797 even with a new carbon wing. Any added range or capability added to the A321 to compete against the 797 will have a detrimental effect on ultra short haul performance against the 737-10. If Airbus grew the A321 design to 757-300 size with a big car...Jump to post
Holy crap. Looked past this thread for 2 years because I didn't want to read another theory. Little did I know this thread was full of so many humorous nuggets! Is this crap for real? Is this one of those complicated "Rick Rolls" and I don't get the joke? Never gonna give you up, never go...Jump to post
Cubsrule wrote:What transportation is "fully acceptable without the sale and promotion of alcohol?" Certainly, plenty of trains and boats serve alcohol.
I think in the time of upload you can justify using the comment field. Explain that you made changes in size, sharpness and other things. But let's wait a comment from a screener in your topic. When uploading a new edit of a previously rejected image, it's always best to add a comment letting the s...Jump to post
2707200X wrote:Toys "R" Us is shuddering its US and UK stores for good
spinotter wrote:This is not a clear case of rape, and I would vote not guilty for the guy.
Dutchy wrote:an ego thing, I think it will go ahead, a victory for NK.
Looks as if it was pulled off the support nearest the waterway. The bridge deck on that end is flat on the ground. no, it simply crackes, there’s dashcam footage http://www.dumpert.nl/mediabase/7389671/e33c6fce/dashcam_van_brugfail_miami.html That's pretty shocking. Imagine being sat in the first c...Jump to post
I think the chances of this meeting ever going ahead are infinitesimally small.Jump to post
AWACSooner wrote:This is bordering on ridiculous!
c933103 wrote:Modular construction are used around the world without problem thus I don't think the short time of putting the bridge in place itself is what should be blame for in this case.
This woman shouts self-loathing and lack of self-esteem. She couldn't have one nice sexual evening for enjoyment? In a purgatory of suffering, and what is the use of that for anyone? With an attitude like this, is it any wonder that some women think all men are rapists? :banghead: I mean, what was ...Jump to post
I can understand that you can build a bridge in steps where it is weak until completed, however for a pedestrian bridge the main load is the bridge itself, so it should have the right support from the start, or significant overdesign to be able to resist being put in place like this. Which it clear...Jump to post
9w748capt wrote:He might make the shareholders rich, but he sure as hell has no idea how to delivery a consistent, quality product. What a joke.
I want to know who decided to take a photo instead of attempting to do first aid???? Anyone who had a camera/phone handy, and didn't want potential liability. Didn't happen in America, so liability far less of a concern. Even worse, which moron decided to publish the photo without pixeling out at l...Jump to post
"The right to bear arms shall not be infringed" The process of background checks is illegal according to the constitution, as well as limits on types of fire arms, banning high capacity magzines, etc... "shall not be infringed" mean NO REGULATIONS OF ANY TYPE of gun ownership. P...Jump to post
Pilots will not give on scope so United could add more 76 seater RJ's. They say the airline should add small mainline jets.
Jamake1 wrote:Well I can see that misogyny and sexism are alive and well on A. Net today...
IrishAyes wrote:for those who claim that the customer was petrified of speaking up in light of the dr. dao incident, my question to you is this:
have we, as the human race, completely lost the ability to reason?
So, where was the good guy with a gun when you need him? Wait, what? Oh, this was the good guy...
More guns in schools, what could possibly go wrong?
All over the country students are walking out of class to protest our most important god given right, the 2nd amendment. Good for them exercising their rights under the 1st Amendment. When did god give you these rights and where did he declare the 2nd Amendment was the most important of them? If it...Jump to post
BawliBooch wrote:No point shooting the messenger!
Very saddened to see this news today. A great man with one of the greatest minds mankind has ever produced. An amazing story of how to overcome adversity. He was also a man with a sense of humour as witnessed by his cameo appearances in multiple episodes of Big Bang Theory. https://www.youtube.com/w...Jump to post
cledaybuck wrote:scbriml wrote:Isn't that exactly what Boeing is doing with the 777?CFRP wings are absolutely the way to go, but I wouldn't be at all surprised to see those wings on a more traditional Al fuselage.
DfwRevolution wrote:I understand the expression. Why are you assuming Trump's comment is insincere?
It's perfectly normal to thank someone when they are leaving a role.
If they really have their stuffed barrel system doing what it is suppose to it will be a small advantage. It will only be an advantage if any future Boeing plane also uses CFRP barrels (ditto Airbus and CFRP panels). However, I don't think a CFRP fuselage is the slam-dunk that many seem to believe,...Jump to post
" Thank you to Rex Tillerson for his service! " Talk about damning with faint praise. :rotfl: What is remotely "damning" about this statement? That's an entirely innocuous well wish. Talk about TDS. Seriously , you've never heard the expression before? :shock: Damning with faint...Jump to post
Yeah, let's not worry about finding out some facts first. Such as a nerve agent was used? Such as people other than the intended targets have been affected? Such as the nerve agent has been identified as being uniquely Russian? Those sort of pesky facts? Oh hang on :lol: The use of chemical and ner...Jump to post