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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by Bradley W, Nov 15, 2017.
Airplanes often FLY over bad neighborhoods, , MDW, LAX, HOU,PHL
Higher speeds below the 6,000 ft initial descent may be too quick for the passengers to see them. Remember passengers pull down your shades its "hot."
There are good neighborhoods around MDW? Ever think that maybe neighborhoods that have flight patterns over them became bad neighborhoods because airplanes constantly fly right over top of them? I am confident this is not an intentional thing.
I'm missing the entire point of this thread...
I’ve never seen an airport fly. I have seen flies at an airport.
And ants, lots of ants...
Never seen anything ugly from the air. At altitude even the worst landmarks look good.
So what exactly are you trying to prove here?
planes fly over new jersey all the time, right?
That's IT! You hit the nail on the head…that must be why Approach around EWR is always freaking when it's clear out!
I like how he emphasizes the word ‘FLY.’
Finally, someone has brought light to this. I've been advocating the airlines going to the overhead break for some time now. The faster they come in, the less likelihood of passengers seeing ugly humanity.
The government prefers to perform its chemtrail experiments only on poor people.
Flown over South Jersey a lot, Delaware River, etc. Pretty scenic. N. Jersey just too populated, nothing but cities/towns back to back. Got my Private there.
LISTEN UP bama boy........stick to what you know, grits and, um, uh, boobs. I'm allowed to make fun of jersey cause I'm from jersey but when you do it it's offensive. I'm allowed to, you can't, that's how it works. don't question it.
Listen mofo, my family is from there. So I am qualified to make fun too. Just chose not to go back, ever. Well maybe a visit to see my brothers who still live there. Be careful E, I have one bro who is a retired State cop. Big mean SOB too. Likes to kick North Jersey asses.
So if someone who wasn’t from NJ wanted to pretend they were from Jersey, would that be cultural appropriation and therefore offensive to actual Jersians?
Spent a few nights in Newark last month, commuting in and out of the city. Quite the armpit, if I do say so myself. I like NYC, but Newark, Harrison, Secaucus, not so much. Get closer toward Rockaway and I might be able to make due.
South Jersey more spread out, farms, smaller towns, etc but it's still Joisey.
Yea, Joisey is Joisey either way you look at it. Always enjoy visiting, but I think I’ll keep my hat hung in TN, as George Strait once said.
TN one of the most beautiful states IMO. Except MEM lol. Ok incoming!
Yeah, Memphis is the exception. First time I went there, I was surprised to see what part of town Graceland was in.
Like most cities, it used to be a good area of town.
I understand some of that. Passengers. Unattractive. Homes. Those are all familiar words.
But what are "RNAV landings"?
No one knows yet. They say they're coming though.
As far as I’m aware, there’s just RNAV GPS approaches, none of which an airline will utilize.
More than likely, what we see here is just 3rd party information that has no credible source.
a lot of people act like they're from jersey. some people hate anyone from jersey, that doesn't make any sense to me. but we're kinda special, we have our own pilot forum, pilots of jersey. so there's pilots of america for everyone else, and PoJ just for us.
If I was just in Jersey last month and I’m a pip-squeak pilot but still technically a pilot, does that qualify me as a ‘Pilot of Jersey’ ?
eman you know what ****ed off my Dad? That Joisey never had their own pro team in any sport, excluding the Devils, the most populous state per square mile. So people in S. Joisey pulled for Philly teams, N.Joisey NYC teams. Plus most of the pro sports facilities for NY teams are in Joisey, go figure
Y'all haven't figured out the OP is a troll by now?
Of course the OP is a troll. That was pretty obvious. But the fun thing about these threads is that you can take them anywhere you want to go (even Jersey) and the troll control over it.
I figured that out after his first post.
I don't think he's a troll. I think avoiding flight over ugly neighborhoods and generally the ugly people that live there, is a serious problem for airlines.
There's a good reason why most military transports don't have windows and generally arrive in the middle of the night. Looking at Baghdad or Kabul is demoralizing. You want to arrive refreshed, with a positive outlook. Not, "oh ****! This is one ugly place."
Other than Trenton and Camden, Jersey isn't all that bad south of Perth Amboy. North of there, eh, may as well give it to NY. I think the Jersey coast Toms River and south is pretty nice.
It's simple Jordane. For the sake of your passengers, you need to avoid flying over America's most unattractive cities. If you must though, you need to come in damn steep. Like Space Shuttle steep. And don't be using no auto throttles while you do it either! Untold damage to your engines with that nonsense.
When I think about ugly people in the context of airline travel, I think about the XXL blobs of flesh that hang over the armrest into my space.
That’s ugly. Anything a thousand feet below is beautiful by comparison.
I heard there's a pilot's of South Dakota. That would be P o...never mind.
Rural NJ is pretty - hills, forests, Bambis, road kills, mountain Laurel, honeymoon places. Urban Jersey is a festering Hell hole, just a notch above equatorial African cities, but without the exotic flavor, though the odd body decomposing in the street is in common. . . I know; I spent a year in Newark one night.