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Aug 25, 20, 12:39 pm
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Posted By jaysona

Well....you posted the Airport Panning chart for...

Well....you posted the Airport Panning chart for the 787-9, and I think there might an issue with the document for the 787-9, since the airfield landing characteristics listed in the current document...
Mar 9, 20, 10:34 am
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Views: 26,593
Posted By jaysona

Symbols matter to the uninformed myopic maybe. ...

Symbols matter to the uninformed myopic maybe.

There is nothing really bad about EYW other than perception, and well everything Adam Smith said as well.
Mar 9, 20, 10:30 am
Replies: 797
Views: 152,410
Posted By jaysona

That's not surprising and there will be a...

That's not surprising and there will be a re-familiarization period for cabin crew. Most cabin crews had their one-day A220 training several months ago, more than 6 in some cases. So going six or...
Mar 9, 20, 9:51 am
Replies: 797
Views: 152,410
Posted By jaysona

It'll be interesting to see how these A/C are...

It'll be interesting to see how these A/C are crewed. I suspect there will be a lot of junior/reserve crews initially. I have been told by several friends that many people are putting the A220 on...
Mar 9, 20, 9:48 am
Replies: 797
Views: 152,410
Posted By jaysona

Wow! That's quite the shill video, I hope AC...

Wow! That's quite the shill video, I hope AC paid you well for it.

Also, including video footage taken during the previous days media dog & pony show at YUL hangar and passing it off as "trip...
Feb 13, 20, 10:52 pm
Replies: 797
Views: 152,410
Posted By jaysona

I don’t think Airbus could have hoped for a...

I don’t think Airbus could have hoped for a better outcome. They (along with Boeing) used their immense dominating market influence to drive Bombardier to the brink of bankruptcy.

Then they both...
Jan 17, 20, 7:44 pm
Replies: 4,375
Views: 674,262
Posted By jaysona

Well, seeing as this is the "The AC Master...

Well, seeing as this is the "The AC Master Incidents Thread" it makes sense that posts and discussions should be about actual incidents.

CZAMFlyer mentioned CADORS up-thread, and that's a great...
Jan 17, 20, 3:04 pm
Replies: 4,375
Views: 674,262
Posted By jaysona

Agreed! This thread appears to have recently...

Agreed!

This thread appears to have recently descended into being a thread with cherry-picked (what seemingly to the average pleb is an incident) standard aviation operations, where those...
Jan 17, 20, 9:39 am
Replies: 37
Views: 7,094
Posted By jaysona

Commutng FA’s have accesss to J in some cases,...

Commutng FA’s have accesss to J in some cases, There have been many occasions where I have waited until the GA’s are just waiting for me to board so they can begin their sequencing, at which point I...
Jan 15, 20, 12:29 pm
Replies: 143
Views: 47,619
Posted By jaysona

At least one of the grievances is related to FA's...

At least one of the grievances is related to FA's because many FA's are repeatedly stalked and harassed by creepers on a daily basis. This is why FA's (except for SD's) can have a pseudonym on their...
Jan 14, 20, 9:41 pm
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Views: 152,410
Posted By jaysona

Many people that worked on the design of the A220...

Many people that worked on the design of the A220 think the raccoon liverly is best suited for the A220, almost like the livery was tailor made for the A220 design lines. :cool:



Of course the...
Jan 14, 20, 8:37 pm
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Views: 152,410
Posted By jaysona

[/color] Swiss, airBaltic and Korean Air...

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Swiss, airBaltic and Korean Air were heavily to moderately involved in the C Series program definition, AC not much so at all. Swiss was by far the most involved operator in the...
Jan 14, 20, 4:53 pm
Replies: 797
Views: 152,410
Posted By jaysona

Not the case for Bombardier/ACLP which is the...

Not the case for Bombardier/ACLP which is the only manufacture relevant to this topic.




AC booked time, but AC is beholden to the schedules of the training entities that have the SIMs. AC...
Jan 14, 20, 4:04 pm
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Views: 152,410
Posted By jaysona

Link to tweet fixed for those with certain web...

Link to tweet fixed for those with certain web browser privacy plug-ins enabled.
Jan 12, 20, 5:08 pm
Replies: 797
Views: 152,410
Posted By jaysona

When you purchase a new car, does the...

When you purchase a new car, does the manufacturer teach you how to drive the car?

ACLP being in the "backyard" of AC is irrelevant, AC is just a customer like any other operator.

AC receives...
Jan 12, 20, 1:57 am
Replies: 797
Views: 152,410
Posted By jaysona

A snag? Really? You’re comparing an airline...

A snag? Really? You’re comparing an airline that took delivery of their 18th aircraft (in the video) and had been flying the A220-300 for 18 months to AC that is still training their flight crews,...
Jan 9, 20, 10:27 am
Replies: 37
Views: 7,094
Posted By jaysona

.....and what the FA bids for. Many FA's bid...

.....and what the FA bids for. Many FA's bid only for domestic turns so they can get their flying done quickly and work on their second (or primary) job and spend time with their family. Oversees...
Jan 9, 20, 10:23 am
Replies: 37
Views: 7,094
Posted By jaysona

YWG is a pilot crew base for the A320 series. ...

YWG is a pilot crew base for the A320 series. This is a throw back from the days before the Air Canada Public Participation Act, The Act also stipulates that Air Canada has to maintain operational...
Jan 6, 20, 8:21 pm
Replies: 33
Views: 8,297
Posted By jaysona

This is not a safety requirement, it is meant to...

This is not a safety requirement, it is meant to help alleviate the ATC workload.

Anyone that knows anything about the current state of ADS-B would not call this a safety improvement, if anything,...
Jan 6, 20, 8:15 pm
Replies: 33
Views: 8,297
Posted By jaysona

The FAA published the requirement in May 2010,...

The FAA published the requirement in May 2010, iirc.

TCCA approval for a Canadian STC holder for the DHC-8-1xx, DHC-8-2xx and DHC-8-3xx ADS-B hardware first occurred in 2015, iirc. Then a MRO or...
Jan 1, 20, 4:21 pm
Replies: 108
Views: 28,795
Posted By jaysona

:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes: There is no...

:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

There is no altitude restriction for the A220.

There is a restriction on engine power when aircraft are flown above FL290, the maximum N1 setting is limited to...
Jan 1, 20, 2:24 pm
Replies: 108
Views: 28,795
Posted By jaysona

Lolz!! I can't believe some are still hanging on...

Lolz!! I can't believe some are still hanging on to this myth. There is no -200 design of any kind.

The -100 is not a "shrink" of anything, and the -300 is not a "stretch" of anything. Back in...
Jan 1, 20, 1:51 pm
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Views: 632,046
Posted By jaysona

What a ridiculous and sensationalist headline. ...

What a ridiculous and sensationalist headline.

$58,8 million is a pittance, Boeing does a lot more that just make airplanes. Given all the other things Boeing does - and continues to do well, the...
Jan 1, 20, 1:42 pm
Replies: 797
Views: 152,410
Posted By jaysona

That date is not written in stone, and is subject...

That date is not written in stone, and is subject to change due to various factors, so it's looking like it's a hit or miss if the A220 will be flying revenue service turns on the 19th between...
Jan 1, 20, 1:36 pm
Replies: 4,375
Views: 674,262
Posted By jaysona

That statement does not make any sense, aircraft...

That statement does not make any sense, aircraft only fly when they are in an airworthy condition.

It's is very likely that you have flown on numerous aircraft that have had some sort of post...
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