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  1. Will Boeing Give a Damn?

    That's it Kip! Well done.
  2. Will Boeing Give a Damn?

    Not quite Kip, it was a different page. The page is www.boeing.com/canada
  3. Will Boeing Give a Damn?

    Apparently Boeing does give a damn. Saw a TV commercial last night that showed how much Canada means to Boeing. I have tried posting the link but it never works. You'll have to google "Boeing Canada" to got to the Boeing / Canada website.
  4. 99.6 flight duty hours in 7 days...enough said. TSB Report A11W0048
  5. uber air

    And with the highest accident/fatality rate for that sector of aviation, an accident is likely. The potential regulation violations will be a minor nuisance compared to the litigation that would ensue.
  6. Air France A380 engine failure

    Impressive find. By the looks of the drifting snow another day or two and those parts may have been covered.
  7. Identify this aircraft.

    The helicopter is a Boeing v107 Vertol.
  8. That'll buff right out.
  9. SFO Incident

    Similar circumstances in an event here in Canada... https://www.skybrary.aero/index.php/B733_/_DH8D,_Fort_McMurray_Canada,_2014
  10. SFO Incident

    ICAO proposing 25 hour CVRs by 2021 and EASA has an NPA for 15hr minimum CVRs by 2019. L3 has 25 hour combined recorders on the A350 and 320neo http://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-releases/en/2017/06/airbus-launches-new-fixed-and-deployable-flight-recorders-for-it.html
  11. whats that noise???

    Interesting to see the pilots' gender being reported.
  12. Combine that with space based ADS-B and there will be plenty of data.
  13. Another thought is protection from un contained engine failures or respecting the rotor burst zone. I doubt the aircraft was built to FAR25. So many questions...looks darn interesting though!
  14. Vintage Photo

    Great banter! I love old guys talking about old planes. With all respect, the comments here are important in remembering how we all got here and equally important as the equipment itself. I am looking forward to contributing to such a thread in a few more years - until then I will enjoy your contributions. Well done.