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Discussion in 'Delta Air Lines' started by 700UW, Mar 5, 2015.
and with the flaps extended just a little slide down. a bit bumpy i would guess.
A lot bumpy, but certainly doable...
Airbus and 757s have them for narrows.
It is notable to a freak. Your internal department names may be important to the self esteem of a retired cubicle dweller but is of no interest to anyone outside your former company. They provide dispatch services regardless of title. Should I challenge someone, who refers to AA maintenance in a post, to please use the proper term of Technical Operations?
You truly are a mental case.
Does DL have a hangar at LGA where that plane cld be towed? Or would they rent it from another airline?
Delta and United were sharing a hangar between the CTB and Terminal C (next to the TWA hangar)
however due to the remodel of the CTB Delta has moved out (United should be out by now) and AA has left the TWA hangar. Pretty sure the TWA hangar is already at least partly gone with the UA/DL hangar soon to also come down.
AA has two hangars on the other side (MQ has the other) but WT says Delta wont give AA any money anymore for things like that so I guess Delta is screwed.
(more than likely DL will rent from AA or just put up tent hangars, patch it up as much as possible and ferry it to ATL or MSP If they don't just part it out)
Can you post the link to the NTSB statements that support these conclusions
you failed to read the phrase I wrote above it to note that the ATC configuration and the decision to land are some of those questions.
let me help you out.
but in your witchhunts, you don't ever read anyone's full post, do you?
you also failed to note that I have said multiple times that an investigation, NTSB, Delta internal, and all of them will ask those questions as they are supposed to.
Lets face it's a statement devoid of any fact