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donger

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Pretty interesting, but the Cheese Whiz is annoying... "Come fly with Joe"

NERD ALERT
 

8vATE

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Sounds like this guy and general lee could be buddies...


PEOPLE WITH TOO MUCH FREE TIME AND WHO LOVE TO HEAR THEMSELVES (or see themselves) TALK!!!
 

Smoking Man

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To the A hole with the transcon turn comment. Thanks for your concern about the well being of human life, and also GFYS.
 

atrdriver

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swaforme said:
"Same fault yesterday and signed off". Thats always nice.

"Ops ckeck good" are the three most common words in our maint logs.
 

rvsm410

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Now this is a real Joke...only the first half of the conversations....it makes the dispatcher ans MX guy sound like a real Dumb A$$. This is not the type of message that I would want the public to hear.. I am sure we all realize now what took place after this conversation.....Twr Flyby, wheel is in fact turned...back to LAX per the PIC....not that it really mattered at that point, but I am sure the dispatcher would have strongly agreed to that divert....ARFF and all that stuff....

I would however like to hear all the conversations that took place not just the snipit we have here...

Good Job to the crew....Burn off weight to get to max or lower landing weight..
 

Midnight Mike

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Thanks for posting this, a very good example of CRM, not just between the Captain & First Officer, but between the Captain & the people on the ground.

The Captain did not like what he was hearing & looked for different options, I would have liked to hear the conversation between the Captain & the FO when they hung up from MX Control.
 

Koslen

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atrdriver said:
"Ops ckeck good" are the three most common words in our maint logs.
One of my personal favorites is "could not dublicate on ground".
 

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Maintenance Control's reaction sounds hauntingly familiar....similar to the Alaska Air MD-80 that was told to "press on" after repeatedly asking for guidance via phone patch.
 

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Haven't heard the podcast yet...

Keep in mind that since the Alaskan MD-80, our Maintenance Control will not direct a crew to try ad hoc troubleshooting in flight.
 

FN FAL

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Don't worry about it, it all got lost in the translation anyway...

LOS ANGELES Sep 23, 2005 — Taryn Manning says watching TV at her seat as a JetBlue airliner circled the region for three hours before making an emergency landing was the most "out-of-body experience I ever had."

The "Hustle & Flow" actress was among 140 passengers as the plane, which had a crippled nose wheel, touched down safely Wednesday at Los Angeles International Airport. No one was injured.

"When we saw our plane on TV as `breaking news' … it was the most surreal, out-of-body experience I ever had," Manning told talk-show host Craig Ferguson on Thursday during a taping of CBS' "The Late Late Show."
JetBlue airliners have satellite television monitors installed in the backs of seats. Passengers on the Burbank-to-New York flight watched their own drama unfolding on the news until just before landing.

While the plane circled Southern California to burn off excess fuel, Manning said that she, like other passengers, wrote a note to her family.

"I just composed a little something so that if anything happened they would know that our last goodbye wasn't on the phone," she said.

Passengers displayed a range of emotions during their ordeal, said Manning, whose screen credits also include "8 Mile" and "Crossroads."

"A lot of the women of course were crying," she said. "There was a gentleman across the way who was writing in his journal and crying, and seeing that isn't easy."

When the plane finally touched down safely amid a shower of sparks and smoke as its front tire disintegrated, Manning said passengers burst into a deafening round of cheers and applause.

"It sounded like Dodger Stadium in there," she said.
 
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