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  1. It is possible. I can't reference it exactly now but at 10ft RA the logic allows the reverse sleeves to start their transition.
  2. I thought this was about this article. http://news.nationalpost.com/life/the-important-questions-should-we-be-allowed-masturbation-breaks-during-the-work-day
  3. https://www.google.ca/amp/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/37247077?client=safari Explosion at Kennedy Space Center as SpaceX prepares launch 01 September 2016 US & Canada Image caption Images from a Nasa webcam showed clouds of smoke There has been an explosion on the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, where the aerospace company SpaceX was readying a rocket for launch. The cause of the blast is not clear and it is not known if anyone was hurt. Pictures from the scene show a huge plume of smoke rising above the complex. SpaceX has used its Falcon-9 rocket to take supplies to the International Space Station (ISS).
  4. Link to the article http://www.newyorker.com/science/maria-konnikova/hazards-automation Thanks for it Good one
  5. The dash had an electrical fire in the engine nacelle.
  6. Possibly, except that a scheduled run at the exact same time flew the north route I fly almost weekly.
  7. She got airborne just before 16:00 local time. A weird route to YYZ. Heading there none the less. No passengers on board either. http://flightaware.com/live/flight/WJA8977/history/20151020/2100Z/CYYC/CYYZ
  8. Oh yeah. Totally missed the date.
  9. She arrived in YYZ, not sure how accurate the time is though. A 1:45 flight from YYC would indicate she has a different propulsion system than all other 767-300ERW's have http://flightaware.com/live/flight/CFOGJ/history/20150924/2000Z/CYYC/CYYZ
  10. For over a year we didn't take any UM's. It may have been over 2 years ago now. Hard to remember date details of it all. Anyone else remember specific dates to the restrictions?
  11. Wifi. Or WestJet Connect
  12. Sounds mostly like paper work issues. 5 hands in the pot stirring. Quantas, FAA, Boeing, Transport Canada & WestJet. It's ever easy getting all the paperwork aligned with 2 groups let alone 5. Wouldn't surprise me if the original pilots trained expire before they touch the plane.
  13. Once the checks are complete by Bleing the sales are supposed to be completed. The numbers Ive heard thrown around by the people in the know is for the cost 1 - 787 we can purchase up to 18 of these 767-3 if there were that many available. When the tails arrive in Canada there is still maintenance to do, add in printer and ACARS. For what ever reason Boeing is not installing those components.