Employers these days are just so judgmental... They have every right to be if an employee is stupid enough to post something that reflects badly on the company or might impact their business. Like FA's dissing customers on Twitter. We all live on social media now, sharing something as silly as that...Jump to post
This is so dumb. He brought in alcohol into a sporting venue its not the end of the world. The dumb part was boasting about it on social media. I would never work for a company who would fire me for doing legal things and posting pictures of them. Most large companies now have pretty authoritarian ...Jump to post
airkas1 wrote:The Flair Air is absolutely horribly cropped and should have been rejected for that. Will ask the photographer for a reupload.
BlatantEcho wrote:Back and forth to TLV for 195GBP?
I’m with BA on this one! I’d cancel those fares for sure.
subramak1 wrote:I have skimmed through these 10 pages and with no prejudice to one and all , what is the likelihood of this sale?
If OVD continued to exist, the opinion of all these people would be different. All this talk about Russia is the result of Western propaganda. The actual material you do not own. Eastern Europe did not live as bad as you are now told. That's some amazing virtual reality you have going on there. I c...Jump to post
In fact, we now see that the Warsaw Pact Organization should not have been dissolved, and Germany and the GDR could not be allowed to unite. What? :eek: :rotfl: Yeah, sure. Ask the old East Germans, Poles, Czechs, Slovaks, Latvians, Lithuanians, Estonians, etc, etc if they'd rather they were still ...Jump to post
Wow England escapes after that stupid foul in the box! Escapes? It was a silly penalty to concede, but England should have had at least two themselves when Kane was wrestled to the ground by defenders. I thought they played pretty well for such a young and inexperienced team, created plenty of chan...Jump to post
Forget the rest and go with Germany. You'd be pretty much guaranteed of a team in the final. Come again :-D Well, yeah. I also said the UK would never vote to leave the EU and that Trump would never be elected President. None of which stops me from making predictions! All that said, I still wouldn'...Jump to post
Australia did really well today, I'm tempted to say that while France obviously has the better players, Australia displayed the better team spirit and team performance today. Agreed, they were pretty unlucky to lose today. Argentina on the other hand was quite the disappointment, they need to get t...Jump to post
I have never seen this consent window. Is it active yet? When will my personal data be protected by using https to access the site? The company that runs this site (and hundreds of others) has a long history of data breeches going back years. There has been zero change since the last one. Its not a...Jump to post
It's been happening for ages.
It would be nice to hear what's happening about it rather than just the vague "It's a known issue."
Just fix it already.
scbriml wrote:At the very least, the quality of the football has to be better.
All of these companies will be happy to cooperate if there is a way to circumvent the sanctions. No they won't, absolutely not. No reputable American company will ever knowingly break any US-imposed sanctions. :shakehead: If Airbus will not be allowed to export American parts to Iran, what makes yo...Jump to post
A real aeroplane!
I wonder if there's any chance it could make an appearance at RIAT in July?
How does the license-fee-paying public feel about that? Is the public somehow enfranchised in ITV's commercial profits? While the BBC is a non-profit organisation, it sells products and services to other broadcasters around the World to bring in extra money over and above the licence fees. I'm a bi...Jump to post
notdownnlocked wrote:LHUSA wrote:Predicting a LF of 6%
Does that include flight crew? My guess is less LF. The average person in the USA would have no idea where this city is.
Every effort must be made to safe aircraft like the Starlifter. I applaud Lufthansa for taking up this challenge. I've seen great airplanes all over the world eventually sent to the crusher. The worst incident? The beautiful Aeroflot Tu-114 located at the entrance to Domodedovo Airport at Moscow - ...Jump to post
Looks like AI will be gifted enough money to run for 6 months: https://wap.business-standard.com/article-amp/companies/govt-will-provide-liquidity-to-keep-air-india-afloat-says-sinha-118061401299_1.html So that's another $470 million for six months , yes? We are definitely going to provide necessar...Jump to post
Such a shame, the man whom is mr. Bribe from FIFA and whom gave to the WC to his pale Putin, will not attend the opening match tonight. In Dutch: https://www.nu.nl/voetbal/5310449/blatter-laat-openingsduel-wk-ondanks-uitnodiging-zich-voorbij-gaan.html Blatter won't leave Switzerland because he's sc...Jump to post
Etihad, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has reported a loss for the FY2017 at $1.62bln down from $1.95bln. The airline has carried a total of 18.6 million passengers with an average LF at 78.5%. source: etihad.com So last year for every passenger they carried they lost 87$!!! WOW,...Jump to post
Just take it out the back and put it out of its misery like the knackered horse it is.
It's pretty amusing to read people scrambling to excuse/justify AI's endless government subsidies while calling out ME3 for allegedly the same thing. Pot meet kettle.
zrs70 wrote:Sounds pretty scary:
https://www.ndtv.com/world-news/qantas- ... ce-1867188
Won’t happen today or tomorrow but this bit of Trumpian diplomacy WITHOUT giving up billions of cash like Obozo gave to the wretched Mullahs has shown all these abhorrent leftists in the media, in western society that you lost and Trump is continuing to win big. I guess when you're spewing so much ...Jump to post
This is the year the 797 becomes a reality. No way Boeing waits another year for Paris next year (as satisfying as it would be to see it announced on Airbus's turf.) Look for several launch customer orders and a firm configuration announcement. No 797 launch until there is a firm engine plan, and I...Jump to post
The FIFA World Cup is nearly upon us, so now is the time to get hyped, ready for the inevitable disappointment. Ah, a fellow Englishman! :duck: My instinct is England as I lived there for a little while many years ago, but I'm open to suggestions. Any ideas? Your instinct might need recalibrating. ...Jump to post
Not a fan of Trump, but Boeing shouldn't have done deals with an evil regime like Iran. Hilarious - so you don't want Boeing to do business even though the US Government said it was OK? And I think the US government should sanction Airbus and all those EU companies supporting the Iranian regime, li...Jump to post
Arion640 wrote:Would you maintan the same attitude that an MP should vote for the brexit bill if that MP's constituency voted leave?
That should not be the only way to get a photo accepted. But it appears to be that way. It certainly isn't, but you have a long history of complaining about "unfair rejections". The brightness is pretty much cranked on the Delta. You need to learn how to read the Levels histogram - it's f...Jump to post
Resignation of Dr Phillip Lee MP form the government today, ahead of the Brexit votes. A powerful resignation statement is on his web site http://www.phillip-lee.com/uncategorized/ministerial-resignation-statement/ Patriot. It's hilarious seeing the tabloid front pages today, telling MPs to follow ...Jump to post
Same sentiments as "Duchy".. As an onlooker from across the Pacific, its amazing whenever there's any mention of Iran's aviation here, some folk from the US will always bring in how Iran needs immediate regime change and that nothing else is acceptable with that country.. What's the ratio...Jump to post
Whats funny (or sad) is he looks exactly like who he is: A petulant child Tugg Indeed. The body language alone is shocking for the alleged leader of the free World. Then add in the usual Twitter tirade and you have a stroppy teenage in the body of an old man, pretending to be the President of the U...Jump to post
ap305 wrote:They have 59 long haul including the 34 777x on order.
Armodeen wrote:The family and I were thinking about going to Farnborough this year. The weekend flying lineup is not impressive though. The large civil jets only display during the week?
jimmy9irons wrote:Thanks, that was very informative. It’s amazing that the surface can support the ground pressure exerted by these aircraft.
binayak wrote:scbriml wrote:binayak wrote:Glad to see Indian govt return to senses and prevent any more subsidized carriers flood the market.
*cough* Air India *cough*
*hiccup * that's a different story altogether.
binayak wrote:Glad to see Indian govt return to senses and prevent any more subsidized carriers flood the market.
The 359 is a larger aircraft than the 789, of course it will carry larger payload. The 268T version configured with the same seat/sq ft as the QF 789 is not going to do PER to LHR without heavy payload restrictions. You'd need the higher gross weight versions. The thread is "Could the A350 do ...Jump to post
Well. one of the most basic human instincts is the need to reproduce, this is not just evident among humans but animals as well. For it to be done naturally a sexual intercourse between a male and female needs t happen as that's the natural way to go at it. Any deviation from this is deviation from...Jump to post
Blerg wrote:I was referring to the Estrella report which proposed to teach kids as early as 3 about sex and sexual intercourse. Are you telling me that's an appropriate age for that?