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    Kinda like the 727 then in the way pilots said it was their best friend and worst enemy, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crunk415balla
    Kinda like the 727 then in the way pilots said it was their best friend and worst enemy, eh?
    Yeah, I heard that as well... Fits to Mrs. Douglas as well

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    We passed Singapore Airlines 777-212(ER) 9V-SVC as we were heading from SYD-to CHC. It was heading from CHC to SIN.

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    ^^I thought there were three planes converging! Yours, and two others. Neat-o.

    This is work for me....Boring!


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    Great shot AJ!!!
    BH Airlines A319


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    Figured I haven't updated this in a while...especially with my current job.

    Driving by a 767ER on the crew bus


    Thing on the wing


    Coming back from SWF yesterday


    Same


    Getting ready to leave SWF


    Dont remember wher I was coming from on this one


    I think this one was from Indy to the mothership (ATL)


    The mothership itself


    Me painting the hell out of the ground with the radar....also some storms out there too...took a while how to learn to use it right


    Cruise


    Traffic near Dulles


    Lots lots more to add, but I think I need a break Hope you enjoy.

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    Nothing better to do, here come some more.

    Kennedy Space Center


    Waiting for a parking spot


    Probably gonna have to go around that


    Canuckjet during preflight


    Each blue diamond is another airplane...going into or coming out of Atlanta


    Getting smelled by a CRJ


    WTF!?!?


    Atlanta


    You know its a bad sign when you get to the plane and Maintenance is on board doing an engine runup...we're gonna be late


    Skybust


    Remote pad waiting for the peoples to come out so we can go to PHF


    Welcome to North Carolina


    Magic box says 41 mins from CLT to ATL....that is until ATC slows us down for "spacing"


    Chief needs to hurry back from the coffee run


    More to come

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    Nice set of pics Joe .

    Quote Originally Posted by screaming_emu
    Thing on the wing
    Aka "broken wing", as I've heard so many people refer to winglets as .

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    A few of them "moving picture" from yesterday.

    I got a new point and shoot camera that takes videos. Took a potato chip bag clip, superglued a tripod mount on it, and its the perfect camera mount for the glareshield. Here's my takeoff from SWF and my landing in ATL. The landing one is blurry because I accidentally had it in macro mode, but you can still see what is going on.

    Takeoff: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yu-nBzi-08Q

    Landing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSN6WVnCFgk (added some music to this one)

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    Here's a few from th new job.











    Bite me Airways.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by LRJet Guy
    Here's a few from th new job.


    Showoff

    looks awesome man

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    .919 damn that is slick as hell!


    Envy you man, I'm sure that is an amazing plane to fly. Kind of ironic that Citations are both the slowest and fastest of business jets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leftseat86
    .919 damn that is slick as hell!


    Envy you man, I'm sure that is an amazing plane to fly. Kind of ironic that Citations are both the slowest and fastest of business jets!
    To be honest, the X is just another airplane. It won't be the fastest thing out there forever, and to go that fast, trade offs had to be made. Namely slow speed handling.

    What makes it good is the company. They treat us very well, and as a result nearly every pilot on the property busts hump to get the job done. That's the main reason I enjoy going to work. Flying the X is an added bonus.

    That CRJ-700 Emu flies is no slouch though. Probably the best RJ out there as far as payload and performance, and 2nd behind the Dash 8 overall.
    Bite me Airways.....

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    How are you liking the NetJets job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LRJet Guy

    That CRJ-700 Emu flies is no slouch though. Probably the best RJ out there as far as payload and performance, and 2nd behind the Dash 8 overall.
    I have yet to kick anyone/anything off for weight and balance and that thing can move when it needs to. I saw 4600fpm sustained climb out of OKC with 18 people on board.

    I love hearing the mainline pilots complain about getting stuck behind an RJ...yet in cruise they're always doing something like .75/.76 and we're normally flight planned at .80 unless parts are missing.

    The 200 on the other hand.....different story entirely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crism
    How are you liking the NetJets job?
    Quote Originally Posted by LRJet Guy
    To be honest, the X is just another airplane. It won't be the fastest thing out there forever, and to go that fast, trade offs had to be made. Namely slow speed handling.

    What makes it good is the company. They treat us very well, and as a result nearly every pilot on the property busts hump to get the job done. That's the main reason I enjoy going to work. Flying the X is an added bonus.

    That CRJ-700 Emu flies is no slouch though. Probably the best RJ out there as far as payload and performance, and 2nd behind the Dash 8 overall.
    Do they have reading comprehension classes at riddle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by screaming_emu
    A few of them "moving picture" from yesterday.
    Takeoff: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yu-nBzi-08Q
    I think you missed one centreline light

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    High speed rollover on the motorway. 30 feet up a bank after a 100 feet roll in the grass.

    The driver walked away with a small cut to the head !! I asked him for six numbers between 1 and 49 for my lottery entry that night.



    ...and this is my "office". Headcorn aerodrome makes a very useful standby point !

    If it 'ain't broken........ Don't try to mend it !


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    Not really work yet but soon hopefully. Mountain flying training.


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    I work at a forge shop. Here is a pic of one of our hammers.





    This is a part of one of our new hammers on the highway during delivery. It took 4 trucks like this and 4 regular semis to deliver our new hammer which is similar to the one pictured above.

    Signatures are overrated

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