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- Sat Jan 19, 2008 12:14 am
- Forum: Irish General Aviation
- Topic: Crash at Heathrow
- Replies: 42
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Good point, What if the aircraft landed safely, and the second it does the engines fail. would brakes alone stop the plane on the runway?or would it require reverse thrusters??
I believe its very important for the likes of Aer lingus to remain faithful to the flag. Just the small things like its irish character, employees,language, traits etc... If ryanair bid to takeover our Aer lingus is successful, i think its fair to say that they wouldnt give a damn about its heritage...
Thanks for all comments lads, good to see interest in the topic. Cosmic you seem to have plenty of info on pilot recuirtment. Its prob a broad question but, when all training is complete watever the school, and when you go to an airline looking for and interview, Who do most typical arlines(aer-ling...
Hi all. Happy new year to yous. I thinks its fair to say that there are a lot of great ATPL shools out there, but at the end of the day, Airlines have there preffered training schools which they recruit pilots from. I believe Oxford are highly reputable, but is there any cheaper schools out there wh...