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  • Birthday 09/24/1985

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    24/09/1985

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  1. deixa ver se eu entendi: o KC-390 vira C-390 (nome do projeto) com o KC-390 virando "sub-versão" com reabastecimento em voo ? Além da FAB, alguém pediu ele com essa função ?
  2. Meu Deus, nem acredito que voltou e eu só tive tempo de ver hoje... vcs fizeram eu procurar discussões de aviação no Skyscraper City.. enfim, estamos de volta...
  3. o indicativo de chamada (registro rádio do serviço móvel aeronáutico) e a matrícula/prefixo* na aeronave são os mesmos. Então as faixas já são definidas por padrão da UIT (União Internacional de Telecomunicações), também. *lembrando que a definição de prefixo, para a ICAO (de acordo com o anexo 7 da Convenção de Chicago), contempla só a marca de nacionalidade. Para o Brasil (RBAC 45) , prefixo é a junção da marca de nacionalidade (PR, PU, PP, PT, PS) com a marca de matrícula (-XXX) .
  4. assim, se for funcionar nos mesmos moldes do VoeMG, pelo menos já sabemos qual o fim... para terem incluso a Gol, é pq eles querem a mesma linha do que a TwoFlex já prometeu no RS (parece que esse agora vai, ver o tópico) e no CE (nada de nada até agora)... alimentação dos voos no Afonso Pena é super salutar no meu ver ...
  5. a questão é que ela não quer usar o nome "Max"...
  6. eu vi algo sobre esse CS 'streched'. Com a Airbus, quem sabe... tinha tbm essa projeção com um comparativo A320NEO versus 737-8 (MAX) versus CS500 (ou "A220-500")... mas eu acho que como é da época dos primeiros estudos (2016),acho muito 'otimista' ou algum dado desses não deve ser válido/efetivo.:
  7. Amaszonas from September 2019 is introducing Embraer E190 operation, initially operating domestic routes in Bolivia, followed by international service from October 2019. With the arrival of Embraer E190, the airline will introduce 3 international service from Santa Cruz from mid-December 2019. The following is planned Embraer E190 operations. La Paz – Cuzco eff 10OCT19 1 daily (4 weekly from 17DEC19) La Paz – Iquique eff 11OCT19 4 weekly (6 weekly from 03DEC19) La Paz – Santa Cruz eff 20SEP19 4 daily (All service operated by Embraer E190 by 11OCT19) La Paz – Uyuni eff 29NOV19 2 daily (4 daily from 16DEC19) Santa Cruz – Cuzco eff 16DEC19 3 weekly Santa Cruz – Iguazu eff 15DEC19 3 weekly Santa Cruz – Rio de Janeiro Galeao eff 15DEC19 3 weekly --- https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/285723/amaszonas-outlines-embraer-e190-network-from-sep-2019-new-routes-launch-in-dec-2019/
  8. continuação... Plenty of observers – among them Donald Trump – have advised Boeing to rebrand the plane before its eventual return to service. The US president tweeted in April: “If I were Boeing, I would FIX the Boeing 737 MAX, add some additional great features, & REBRAND the plane with a new name.” Boeing told reporters at the Paris show that it would consider changing the name to help the model return to the skies, although the company said it was not working on a name change in its most recent statement on the matter: “We remain open-minded to all input from customers and other stakeholders but have no plans at this time to change the name of the 737 Max.” The Max is Boeing’s top-selling aircraft, with about 5,000 ordered, although deliveries have ceased since the grounding in April and IAG’s is the only significant – and provisional – order. Investigations into the two disasters involving the 737 Max have highlighted the role played by anti-stall software that countermanded pilots’ commands as both planes crashed soon after takeoff. Airlines fear some passengers will refuse to fly on the Max. United Airlines, one of the main operators to date, has drawn up schedules without the 737 Max until November.
  9. vai rolar um 'rebrand'... Boeing 737 Max ordered by Ryanair undergoes name change Decision fuels speculation that troubled plane will be rebranded once it is given all clear to fly A Boeing 737 Max due to be delivered to Ryanair has had the name Max dropped from the livery, further fuelling speculation that the manufacturer and airlines will seek to rebrand the troubled plane once it is given the all clear to fly again. Photos have emerged of a 737 Max in Ryanair colours outside Boeing’s manufacturing hub, with the designation 737-8200 – instead of 737 Max – on the nose. The 737-8200 is a type name for the aircraft that is used by aviation agencies. The Max aircraft remains grounded worldwide after two crashes in Indonesiaand Ethiopia killed a total of 346 people. Boeing has yet to convince regulators that software modifications are sufficient to ensure the plane’s safety. Ryanair has 135 of the 737 Max models on order, the first five of which are due for delivery in the autumn, once regulators have declared the plane safe. The airline’s fleet order is comprised entirely of a larger version of the Max 8, with 197 seats, which it has until now referred to in official Ryanair announcements as the 737 Max 200. Neither Ryanair nor Boeing has commented on nor confirmed the substitution of the 737-8200 for the better known Max, as seen on the photographs taken at Renton in Washington, US, and posted on social media by Woodys Aeroimages. In previous photos from the same source, new Ryanair 737 Max 200 planes from Boeing are shown with 737 Max on their noses. It is understood that what is painted on the plane is a matter for the airline rather than the manufacturer. According to sources reported in the Wall Street Journal, the Max plane is unlikely to return to the skies before 2020. Ryanair would not be the first airline to use a different formulation in referring to the plane. International Airlines Group, which owns carriers including British Airways and Aer Lingus, was equally coy when purchasing discounted Max planes from Boeing last month. Announcing the letter of intent signed at the Paris airshow, IAG referred to “200 B737 aircraft” that would join its fleet from 2023, which it described as “a mix of 737-8 and 737-10 aircraft”. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/jul/15/boeing-737-max-ordered-by-ryanair-undergoes-name-change
  10. depois que eu vi o "VLT" do Viale (Marcopolo Rail, a marca). Não duvido de nada...
  11. Justiça de SP suspende leilão da Avianca programado para esta terça Credora Swissport questiona legalidade de leiloar autorizações de pousos e decolagens https://www1.folha.uol.com.br/mercado/2019/05/justica-de-sp-suspende-leilao-da-avianca-programado-para-esta-terca.shtml
  12. se vc quer atrair empresas efetivamente low cost (não a Gol, não a Azul), que tratam bagagem como despesa extra de responsabilidade do PAX (vê a Ryanair e a briga inclusive com a bagagem de mão), e quer imputar a elas um custo que elas NÃO tem no país de origem.... vc está afugentando sim. Elas podem até embutir/repassar esse valor no bilhete, mas não gerenciar (ganhar $$) com isso. Então isso diminui o interesse.
  13. o FOR-GRU da madrugada não saiu. Acho que 'juntaram o povo' e jogaram nesse voo: http://blogdoeliomar.com.br/2019/04/29/passageiros-da-avianca-dormem-no-aeroporto-apos-voos-cancelados/
  14. a última notícia que eu sabia deste é que a Justiça Federal o destinou para o Governo do Espírito Santo: PR-GZP https://noticias.uol.com.br/cotidiano/ultimas-noticias/2014/01/09/helicoptero-de-familia-de-senador-apreendido-com-cocaina-sera-usado-pelo-governo-do-es.htm
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