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Any chance he flew it to the Staggerwing Fly In in Tullahoma? Someone at the museum there might have some information on it.
The A300 does that. Starts sending fuel to the tail tanks when climbing through 10k if I remember correctly. System works well and yes you can...
Probably be a 300 lb wino with chiggers.
All that matters is where you live. Could be based at ORD but live in Oklahoma. Pay Oklahoma state income tax, not Illinois.
91.13 is kinda the trump card they can play.
Man lands plane on Lawrence Co. highway, taxis to high school for career day...
In the airline world you just don’t break the 250 below 10 limit. Having said that, taking off heavy in the 767, minimum clean speed can be 252 so...
I doubt it is. It’s probably moving parts between the two plants.
Boeing has factory facilities in Wichita also. Probably moving a large part.
Don’t apply at UPS.
I don’t hate to see these ULCC carriers fail. They drag down the entire industry. You only harm everyone by selling a service for less than it costs.
Easiest thing is to just disconnect the A/P and Autothrottles. Two clicks and you’ve turned it back into a great big 182.
I’m a 757, 767 guy, but in roughly 7000 hours on this airplane, my grand total of runaway trims is 0.
Try these guys.
If you’re gonna travel, you just gotta roll with the punches. I know it’s frustrating, I wouldn’t be happy about my daughter having to go through...
I feel the same way about the FAA charts. All what you’re used to.
No. Downdrafts are dangerous but not from that altitude. Something else was going on.
That’s a little over 3000FPM. We typically descend at idle and 3-4000FPM so I wouldn’t worry about that altitude change.
I love how everyone knows so much when absolutely zero details have been released.
I think after 6 years of talks they’ve had enough.