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9th Aug 2022, 07:51
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And if you were really involved in medium to long...

And if you were really involved in medium to long haul aviation at present you would also know that controlled rest has been happening for years now, where one of two pilots sleeps in the cruise with...
9th Aug 2022, 05:26
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

Airlines are too cost sensitive to focus on...

Airlines are too cost sensitive to focus on anything other than day to day business. New fuel sources, crew cost reductions, retrofitting technology, fleet replacement etc are all side projects being...
8th Aug 2022, 13:45
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

No need, Im in the last 10 years of my aviation...

No need, Im in the last 10 years of my aviation carreer and will be joining my seafaring mate in the south of France and Med aboard a big, probably automated private yatch. You guys can slug out the...
8th Aug 2022, 13:20
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

So you are saying that if project connect works...

So you are saying that if project connect works and there are no problems they wont expand on it. Be serious here, Airbus is working on it and the airlines want it. Project Connect is single...
8th Aug 2022, 13:09
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

It is actually called project connect, seriously...

It is actually called project connect, seriously it was last years news. I supposed thats how far behind the real world Australians are. Guess what happens when one airline does it without...
8th Aug 2022, 12:54
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

So we are just going to ignore that Airbus is...

So we are just going to ignore that Airbus is working on certifying the A350 single pilot in the cruise for Cathay by 2025, reducing the need for reserve crew on longer flights.
8th Aug 2022, 11:49
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

Haha, tesla not automated, good one, knowing a...

Haha, tesla not automated, good one, knowing a number of pilots that now own Teslas I think you may be a bit behind on the times. Only thing the driver has to do is touch the steering wheel...
8th Aug 2022, 07:16
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

Fully automated trains have existed for years,...

Fully automated trains have existed for years, Gatwick had them between terminals in the 1980s. I was referring to Australias rail system could be automated if enough money was spent. Aircraft are...
8th Aug 2022, 03:44
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

Those that think nothing has changed in the last...

Those that think nothing has changed in the last 20-30 years have forgotten the single most important thing that is driving self driving vehicles, navigation systems. The self contained navigation...
7th Aug 2022, 05:23
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

Freight trains have been able to reduce driver...

Freight trains have been able to reduce driver numbers over the years, more for multiple head consists. That was a big reason Pilbara drivers got a big payrise, but also in trade off for dropping...
7th Aug 2022, 05:06
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

I think you are getting out of touch with the...

I think you are getting out of touch with the travelling public, they don't see any need for two pilots if the leading cause of aircraft accidents are 'pilot error'. If automation and pilots don't...
7th Aug 2022, 01:44
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

Pilotless airliners are still a few decades away,...

Pilotless airliners are still a few decades away, but I do expect to see Co-pilot/FOs starting to be replaced by AI by the end of this decade. It might be just FOs with far reduced duties or expanded...
6th Aug 2022, 02:02
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

Mythology and rumors. Having an entry ATAR of 99%...

Mythology and rumors. Having an entry ATAR of 99% combined with a massive demand for medical professionals across the board, combined with it requiring people that want to be doctors and willing to...
5th Aug 2022, 12:25
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

A few huge differences between being a pilot and...

A few huge differences between being a pilot and the holder of a doctors qualifications. A pilot will inevitably work with a company that will have everyone standardised and doing the same thing,...
4th Aug 2022, 03:25
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

Advance surgery techniques are different and may...

Advance surgery techniques are different and may or may not reduce the pay return per surgery for a given surgery. That is the patient pays for the hire of the OR that has the equipment, the OR may...
4th Aug 2022, 01:52
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

Again ridiculous comparisons. A surgeon is the...

Again ridiculous comparisons. A surgeon is the top of the medical profession, comparable in Aviation to say only the very top positions, like say an A380 Captain or even C&T on the A380, or even...
1st Aug 2022, 09:54
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

Automation has far less risks, the historical...

Automation has far less risks, the historical data proves it. There are different risks, but airliners are far safer now than say in the 1970s, when there was a lot of handling accidents on large...
1st Aug 2022, 07:31
Replies: 149
Views: 28,639
Posted By 43Inches

Times have changed, pilots are not regarded as...

Times have changed, pilots are not regarded as highly as they once were and in part it's true that the skills required to be a good pilot are no longer that higher standard. Just about anyone can be...
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