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Fresh update on "dubai" discussed on BBC World Service
"Firm the cover up. Some believe the Khobar will be arrested, tried and executed. Some believe Covid was deliberately unleashed to consolidate the cabal's control and an embarrassment of riches. For some in Chad. Sorry I can't offer you something to drink, Apologizes the minister. He explains that his wife's friend called the coffee pots for him. She specializes in quality stuff He had He's arrived just yesterday from Dubai and what made Thailand's popular protests so full of momentum Just stop that's from our own correspondent with me Pascal Harter after this bulletin of BBC World News. Hello. I'm Neil Nunes with the BBC News. The world powers negotiating a revival of the nuclear agreement with Iran will meet in Vienna today to discuss the way forward the United States, which ditched the deal on to Donald Trump. Has said it is willing to continue the talks after the election of the hardline cleric Ibrahim Ra, You see, as Iranian president Mr Rantissi has in the past expressed support for the agreement. The diplomatic analyst Jonathan Marcus says there are signs of hope before he takes office. Maybe or soon after a deal could be struck. The Iranians it's assessed outside, desperately need this deal to bring some economic relief and, of course, in a sense, the the previous government if they finally signed up to a little, though, of course, we know it's the supreme leader behind the scenes who's giving the green light for anything, but it could. Perhaps if it all goes wrong, be blamed on the outcome. In government. If it goes well and economic conditions improve, then clearly the new president, it's likely to take the credit people in Armenia are voting in a snap parliamentary election to resolve the political crisis caused by last year's disastrous war with neighbouring Azerbaijan. Opinion polls put the governing party led by Prime Minister Nikola Passion, yon neck and neck with the former president. Robert Culture Yon. Taiwan is due to receive 2.5 Million doses of coronavirus vaccine today donated by the United States. Details from Cindy Sue in.
Hard-Line Judiciary Head Wins Iran Presidency as Turnout Low
"The hard liners who runs Iran's judiciary has won its presidential election even him racy one seventeen point eight million votes out of the twenty eight point six million cast in Friday's election that dominates the other three candidates two of them are hard liners in the other one was the former central bank chief of Iran's relatively moderate president Hassan Rouhani never races win signifies a major victory for hardliners who taking control of both the Iranian parliament as well as now the presidency Jon Gambrell in Dubai United Arab Emirates
Fresh "Dubai" from Wealth Creator Radio
"Victory for hardliners who have taken control of both the Iranian parliament as well as now the presidency. John Gambrel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Tropical Storm Claudette is bringing heavy rain. The storm is on track to reach the East coast by the first part of the week. Meanwhile, the West is blistering under the sun. National Weather Service meteorologist Dan Peterson says 100 plus Degree temperatures are going to break records this weekend that kids are possible today in the San Joaquin Valley. And in some of the Arizona deserts. There is several spots that work at 1 10 215, like Las Vegas is forecast to be 113 today and and that would be a record. If it was achieved and the break in the heat comes Monday. Then it cools off in the middle portion of the week, and we don't have any additional high temperature records. Because of the calling that occurred by the time again. It's a Tuesday and Wednesday so release us on the way for Tuesday and Wednesday. Scientists and health care experts say the record breaking temperatures this week are a weather emergency. And they say the heat is responsible for more deaths in the United States and all other natural disasters combined. News and analysis. That town hall dot com. Diabetes, high blood pressure, anxiety meds, Everyone's on them. If you're a 50 year old male, maybe a bit Porky, and you may even have Type two diabetes. A million dollars of term insurance may only cost you about 200 bucks a month called term providers speak with Big Lou at 805 55 2085 Big Lou will find a term life policy for you. Even if you have Type two diabetes are overweight or have high blood pressure term providers helped thousands of people like you think they can't afford term life insurance to buy. A million dollars of affordable term life for you. All you need to do is call.
Improving Health Care Access with Pediatrician Dr.Bariah Dardari
"I have the privilege of hosting the outstanding dr berea dardari. She is a physician and leading expert in child health with more than twenty years experience. She established the first pediatric. Integrative medicine clinic in the uae. The united arab emirates with the following profiles of pediatric consultant at hackensack. Pediatrics neonatologist in the past Consultant paediatrician at the american hospital and dubai. She has extensive experience working with pediatrics. And also the nick you just a very talented physician leader. That's also focused on benefiting broader revenge communities across different sectors to improve access is one of her main goals. And so today. Were going to be having a great conversation with dr dardari. I am so privileged to have you here. Dr welcome eight kick. Thank you for this opportunity. I'm excited as well. Yeah and so you know before we start kind of dive into some of the things that you're seeing and doing in the field talk to us a little bit about what inspires your work in healthcare. Sure it's going to sound cheesy but to me. Health care is not just a job or career on thinking what inspires me in healthcare is that you're providing a service your patience your community and your fellow humans. I really like the human connection often physician especially kitchen and being with my patient throughout their lives moment beat a beautiful moments such as meeting their first child for the first time or stressful movements In yeah it's Pediatric physicians are just such incredible people. I've never been with the physician even with my son and not felt like they cared. Like i mean you guys have the biggest hearts thank you they make it. Easy smiled their innocence. You know
Home Cooks Find Antidote to Blandness in TikTok Videos
"Stay at home restrictions because of the pandemic created new internet stars tick tock cooks there have been more than fifteen billion food posts on tick tock begin with lame bacon onto an oven tray one of the breakout stars has been Harry he'll he lives in Dubai it's pretty straight for the stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watch my videos they actually think I could recreate that peel says the attraction to his videos may not all be about food a lot of my followers think I sound like fools social media professor crystal king says there is a new type of celebrity chef it's really amazing to watch people that just love food be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do it through the Food Network heals most viral video is a Valentine's day dish with seared chicken breast roasted garlic sliced mushrooms and cream I met Donahue
Long-Haul Carrier Emirates to Ship Aid for Free Into India
"Emirates will begin shipping aid for the World Health Organization and other groups into India for free to help find a crushing outbreak of the Corona virus there. The offer by Emirates, which has some 95 flights Weekly to nine cities in India initially involves eight material already in Dubai and China's space
Hong Kong bans flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines for 2 weeks
"Global news. Now Hong Kong will ban flights from the Philippines, India and Pakistan for 14 days beginning tomorrow, Let's get to head back Stay. Here's all the global news in San Francisco is exactly right, Julia, three countries being designated as extremely high risk. Hong Kong report of the first two virus variant cases over the weekend. One of them is interesting. 29 year old Hong Kong identity card holder who has worked in Dubai arrived back in Hong Kong March 19 Finish quarantine 21 days on April 8th and has subsequently tested positive. The building where he was staying has been put under quarantine 81 residents.
Dubai police arrest group over 'lewd' video of naked women
"Police in Dubai arrested a group of people on charges of debauchery after a video showing naked women posing on a balcony circulated on social media. I'm loving husband at the ABC News Foreign desk in
Roger Federer's back, briefly
"Hello folks woke until mid week tennis. Podcast a podcast. That was very nearly recorded on wednesday evening. Following roger federer's first much back after fourteen month hiatus at three win over. Brit dan evans. How different might that. Podcast have sounded. Had it been recorded yesterday versus being recorded now of to his three-set loss to nikoloz bassett villi. That is the punchy question that i put to you. David law and matt. Roberts whoever wants to take it. I think i should say that. It's because of matt. Roberts said we're recording it now and not if i had my way which was last night because i was a bit ivory excited to just get chatted. We've been so overexcited that it would now be out of date. How how different need. I think what i'm getting at is different. Do we feel about wherever resort. And what he's capable of off the two matches than we did after one arm in a similar place but matt watched both matches more closely. So i'm going to defer to matt. Hospital pass might enjoy. I think yesterday we would have been extremely positive about federer. And i think today we probably should still be positive about federal because federer is being positive about federal and i think we should take him at his word and agree that this has been a good week for him. He gained the matches that he wanted. He felt pretty good on the court. Arise maybe didn't always align with that viewpoint today There was there was a moment in his match today where his movement did really stop almost altogether and it was quite difficult to watch at times. But i think that's a difficult thing to do to have tempered. Expectations of roger federer. But it's absolutely what we need to have and he's upbeat. He said he's already over. It flew into his press conference after the loss. Today said he's over. It is positive generally and therefore i think we probably should be as well but we certainly have a lot more data to go on now that we've seen him play this match as opposed to just one match against evans because they two totally different matches for him and we'll talk about both of them he. He was asked Today as he said my in that very immediate post loss press conference i how. How long will this take to get over this loss. Read compared to previous losses similar level tournaments similar. Sages at already over. It sounding like you know when you've been broken up with an ally. I'm completely fine. I'm completely fine. he was. He wasn't right for me anyway. I never wanted to win this tournament. It wasn't it wasn't dubai is going to be better in dubai but and yet it also as you say. We should believe him me. You know what. I d believe him i he. We should probably feel fine about it could kiss. He feels fine about it. David yeah a. I would say that occasionally impress coinc- he said everything's fine and then isn't fine line a back problem or something like that. But i thought when he came out yesterday and play his match against down evans that he started off playing very carefully moving very carefully. He wasn't explosive he was he was balanced. He was good. He looked serene the way often does and he was striking the ball very well but i just felt like he was inevitably be very careful. And that changes. The match tone in evans pushed him in. They played they played good close competitive match But and at the end federal showing some real explosive tennis in some and he was getting Any any finished with a winning. So i thought that was really really good but there was a euphoria about him yesterday. Which was all build apple. High pulled a chats. He was excited. Because he's he's like a little kid in a sweetshop isn't even. He's playing tennis and when the is on him he loves it. He loves it. He's always has but today. I mean i didn't see all of the match because i was watching. Arena against gubbay mcgruder. And i left federal watch to you both but then when that finished i turned over and i was less alarmed than i thought i would be given what i was reading on twitter. And what what i was just hearing generally because i think he was fife on down listening in the second set maybe even lose that set six one zero six to eight yeah and it was definitely the latter stages if that second set would definitely sort of hidden hope connor by a around about that time. I did actually have a little chat. we don evans on. What's up. 'cause he was watching the match he was watching the match back and he said of course he's of course he's naked and we play hard much the night before and he's he's any she referenced the kind of all of the check before the match and before the tournament ties you out and you hit you hit a bit of a wall in and it's not really surprising. The blacks thirty nine. He's going to be forty later this year. He's hasn't played for thirteen months. And now he's played six sets in twenty four
Netanyahu accuses Iran of attacking Israeli-owned cargo ship - Associated Press
"Now accusing Iran of last week's attack on an Israeli cargo ship in the Persian Gulf. ABC is Georgiana Miller reports from Jerusalem Israel's prime minister, blaming Iran for Friday's blast that damaged in Israeli owned cargo ship in the Gulf of Oman. Benjamin Netanyahu, in a rare TV interview, said Iran was quote clearly behind the attack. Charge. Tehran swiftly rejected. Netanyahu's accusation came after Israeli officials inspected the damaged cargo ship in Dubai. Israel may have carried out a Reprisal strike overnight on Iranian linked targets south of Damascus, Syria reported it intercepted several alleged Israeli missiles. No comment from Jerusalem. Georgiana Miller, ABC
Israel blames Iran for explosion on Israeli-owned ship after
"Officials in Israel say Iran is likely behind the explosion on one of their cargo ships. The Israeli owned cargo ship damaged in a mysterious blast Friday in the Gulf of Oman docking in Dubai for repairs. A team of Israeli defense officials also arriving on the scene to inspect the ship. Israel's Defense minister, Benny Guns Says Iran is the main suspect behind the explosion. If that is true, it is a clear escalation of first time Iranian hit on Israeli vessels in the Persian Gulf. If such attacks continue, it could endanger Israel's economy. 90% of its imports and exports go by
Israeli-owned ship docked in Dubai after mysterious blast
"Minister Benny Gantz. Said today. His initial assessment is That Iran was responsible for an explosion on an Israeli owned ship in the Gulf of Oman. The ship was a vehicle carrier. Named M V, a lost day. It suffered an explosion between Thursday and Friday morning. U. S defense official in Washington said the blast left holes above the water line in both sides of the whole. We don't know the exact cause. But we're told Why the Israeli defense minister. That Iran is looking to hit Israeli infrastructure and Israeli citizens. Location of the ship. Is relative and relative. Close proximity to Iran raises the notion. The assessment that is the Iranians. Right now, on an initial assessment level, given the proximity and the context that is my assessment. What this means is that well, things were getting hotter in the Middle East. And when the Israeli defense minister says that they're blaming Iran It's a
Ghana Becomes 1st Country To Get COVAX Vaccine Doses
"Was a milestone day and the ambition effort to get two billion doses of vaccine to the developing world. Cynthia mcfadden with it. It's called the margin logistical undertaking in history in the wee hours of this morning it finally began today. We're in ghana. And this is really a historic moment. As six hundred thousand doses of the astra zeneca vaccine arrived in the african nation. The first vaccine to be delivered as part of a msa effort led by the world health organization and unicef called kovacs to send at least two billion doses of vaccine to the world's poorest nations if one country is left unvaccinated this disease will bounce back and forth. The vaccine was shipped directly from the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world. in india. In each of the kovacs countries healthcare workers will be the first to be inaugurated. Hundreds of thousands of syringes also arrived in ghana ship from a massive unicef warehouse in dubai. Meanwhile overnight one hundred thousand syringes arrived in the maldives which will soon get their vaccine allotment. Certainly a down payment on hope but consider this so far about two hundred million. Vaccines have been administered. But nearly half of those two only two countries china and the us leaves more than one hundred countries that haven't administered a single
Interview With Jedidiah Jenkins
"I mean awesome to see you. And i was realizing that the full extent of our entire relationship is based on this. You know and yet we go seventy and then we always depart with grand designs on like hanging out all the time and then that never happens in. You accused me of living in dubai. Well that's true. yeah. I mean as an east cider making haider's it's just a lifestyle over there. I mean when you live this far out. Is it more of an understood burden that you're the one that goes or to your friends. One hundred percent. I mean the the consensus is you essentially live in santa barbara. And if you wanna see friends like you're the one who's going to have to make the effort more than them because it's such a schlep or you plan out a dinner party way in advance and right. There's not right but yeah exactly like good luck with that right now. So the sole extent of my social interaction like everybody is either on zoom or in the few rare and beautiful instances that i can cajole people like yourself to come here to have even distanced. Real human interaction is a treasure. So how do well. I'm a double extrovert seven. India graham seven full-on like not built for a isolated pandemic But living in los angeles to the degree. That i do. I feel very lucky that we live in a place with you can be outside. And there's so many places to hike and walk and i've been able to go on neighborhood walks with friends and things like that go to the beach and whatever it is even go camping out in the desert and that's been a lifesaver just to have something on the horizon your camping trip in a month for any seven. We're always looking to. We just need the next adventure in the calendar to like be able to exist today. Which is probably you live. You still live with roommates. Yeah you do so. You have a bubble of voting rights and styling never lived alone. I'm a full on. Grown adult man never lived alone. And i'm curious. I think if. I am uncoupled when i enter my forties. I have decided that. That's something i wanna do. Try living alone. Even though i it just feels like a performative gesture of experiment. Because i don't want to. I love my roommates. And i love coming home to their watching some show. I've never heard of or they're making some new cocktail that they saw on tiktok. And i'm like ooh what's that and then there's something happening which i enjoy the energy of that as opposed to coming home and then i'm home and then i'm like i wonder what my friends are doing right. I should reach out and then if they're busy than i'm like well i guess no one wants to hang out with me like i just can't see myself going through spiral. Well there's a weird sort of cultural negative pejorative veneer over the idea of an adult living by himself or herself and if you have roommates after a certain age frowned upon but were genetically engineered to live as a village in a community of people and my favorite you know some of my most favorite memories are being in a dorm or living in a group house. And can't we do that for our whole lives. Why is that why. Why would that be considered you know going awry as opposed to the preferred you know state of existence. I think and we've talked about this ad. Nauseam on this podcast. But i think i forget. I've i don't even remember what we talked about. Where growing up evangelical christian and then having my homosexuality like up route or like 'cause the deconstruction of an entire world through that. I was raised in in. This is how the world works. And then this one factor of my identity sort of like pulled the threat of the sweater and started to unravel the sturdiness of that world view. That has given me this like comfort in not doing what i'm supposed to do right like like being outside the paradigm. Yeah like you should be married by this age. You shouldn't live or should live with roommates. You should do this like i just have exercise. I've exercised that identity muscle been like well. That's not what i want to do. So i'm not going to do it
U.N. asks for 'proof of life' for missing Princess Latifa
"Human Rights Office is asking the United Arab Emirates for proof of life in the case of an Emirati princess, who has not been seen in nearly three years. New spotlight was placed on shakeup Latifah earlier this week when the BBC released experts from video diaries that she said were recorded in a locked bathroom inside a barricaded villa in Dubai. In 2018, the daughter of Shaykh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, tried to escape on a yacht but was brought back by Indian military commandos. U. S
UN asks Emirates for 'proof of life' for missing princess
"United Arab Emirates has said that Princess the tea for the daughter of the ruler of Dubai is being cared for at home. Supported by her family and medical professionals. The United Nations had asked for proof that the princess was still alive. Video recording shot secretly some months ago, Princess Latifah said she was being held prisoner and feared for her life. Now, while all Mark Huffy reports, this is the first time the U A E has responded to the videos broadcast by the BBC. In a statement issued by its embassy in London, the royal family thanks those who have expressed concern for Princess Latifah's welfare but say the media coverage is certainly not reflective off the actual position. Her family's say that she's being cared for at home. The ad. She continues to improve and we are hopeful she will return to public life at the appropriate
Princess Latifa: 'Hostage' ordeal of Dubai ruler's daughter revealed
"The daughter of the ruler of Dubai, Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, says she's being held prisoner by her father. The BBC has obtained video recorded on a phone smuggled to Princess Latifah. In which she says she's being guarded by police. Princess Latifah was captured as she attempted to flee the Emirates in 2018. Shakes claims that he was acting in her best interests had been bolstered by the former U. N. Human Rights Commissioner Mary Robinson, who said the princess was being looked after well, Miss Robinson now says she was duped. While L'm a coffee reports. Princess Latifah has been held captive in a villa in central Dubai for three years. The only time she's been allowed to step outside was to go to a luncheon 2018 with the former U. N Human Rights Commissioner Mary Robinson. Who said then she was in the loving care of her family. The videos obtained by Panorama paints a very different picture. Princess Lhotse for describes living in solitary confinement behind barred up windows, with 30 police working on rotation to guard her A few months ago, though, the secret phone went dead. And Mary Robinson has told Panorama she now thinks she was tricked and didn't know the true reason behind her meeting with the
Pile of Junkers
"On the morning of the third of august. Two thousand eighteen. A two day tour run by you. Air began taking its passengers from dubai. Dorf north of the alps to the canton of chino on the south side of the alps. Both the outward flight on friday on and the return flight on saturday were scheduled to take place on the dick yonkers. You j. you fifty two. We're just going to say j in this case Three mg four e commercial aircraft registered as h. b. dash hot Hp ht conducted as a commercial air transport operation under visual flight. Rules pilots a. m. b. had been entrusted to want to perform both flights alternating the roles as commander or pilot flying and co pilot or pilot monitoring. Pardon the interruption. When we're recording the show live. The only person who can hear me is captain jeff. Now he's decided to include my audio here in the post. Show edit lucky you enjoy. Here's something important from my haul boxes here jeff okay. I'm directing my attention to something in the chat room. oh yes okay. and s. u. s. T. would be pronounced dee schweizerische since your highs soon dares schramm geshe gel. La is guess. Us brave. I have one full year of highschool germany under my belt high school during german. I spoke german nailed. I haul boxes playing steps role. That's what she says. Yeah all right. Thank you very much for that Little interruption i think that was worth it and now i just have to figure out where i was. Okay switzerland's and i'm not gonna pronounce that again s. u. s. t. released their final report concluding the problem was going to mention that in the really really nice little video that the s. u. s. t. Put together kind of an expert explanatory video of the accident. The talked about the fact that both the captain and co-pilot both pilots here were previous military pilots and then they were also previous airline pilots. Kinda like nick. And i if we ended up doing one of these two are thing. Nice nice little retirement gig. They were in the early sixties. Yeah it's beautiful. I love aside. Finally young jay fifty two around on your new leisurely days on fortunately did go very well for the direct cause on the final report. The accident is attributable to the fact that after losing control the aircraft there was insufficient space to regain control thus the aircraft collided with a train The terrain. I should say no there wasn't a train. Evolved like to. The investigation identified the following direct causal factors of the accident the flight crew piloted the aircraft in a very high risk manner by navigating it into a narrow valley at low altitude and with no possibility of an alternative flight path. The flight crew chose a dangerously. Low airspeed has regard to the flight path. Both factors meant that. The turbulence which was to be expected in such circumstances was able to lead not only to short term stall with loss of control but also to an unreliable. I don't think i looked at word. Thought on rectifiable. Don't think there is such a word and there isn't So a not rectifiable situation Directly contributory contribute contributory factors. The investigation identified the following factors as directly contributing to the accident. The flight crew was accustomed to not complying with recognize rules for safe flight operations and taking high risks. Just like naked. I would do. I'm sure The aircraft involved in the accident was operating with a center of gravity position that was beyond the rear limit. Who that's not good. That's never get ya. This situation facilitated the loss of control. Systemic 'cause the investigation identified the following systemic causes of the accident the requirements for operating the aircraft and commercial air transport operations with regard to the legal basis applicable. At the time of the accident. Were not met Some other systemically contributory factors the investigation identified the following factors as systematic systemically contributing to the accident. Due to the air operator's enact inadequate working equipment. It was not possible to calculate the accurate mass and center of gravity of its j. You fifty two aircraft in particular. The air operator's crews who were trained as air force. Pilots seemed to be accustomed to systematically failing to comply with generally recognized aviation rules. Who to get free potted bank ever employee mac down on the air force over here. I know and a taking high risks. When flying j fifty two aircraft
United Arab Emirates says it will offer citizenship to some
"For the first time if they bring extra value to the Gulf. ST Sebastian Usher reports Buet is gleaming skyscrapers were not only built by foreigners but a largely staffed by them. The rise off the Gulf state is a financial and tourism center. Has depended on expatriots. They make up the majority of the resident population on more than 90% of the workforce. Now, some of those foreign residents will be permitted you a nationality, but only if they're deemed eligible aunt approved by the U. A cabinet. The categories include investors on the list of professional such as doctors, engineers, artists and authors. In a tweet announcing the move the ruler of Dubai Sheikh Muhammed bin Rashid on that tomb Said those nominated would be allowed to hold your nationality as with their families. Swedish nous has won a global competition.
Heat to use COVID-19-sniffing dogs to screen fans at games
"The Miami Heat are using coronavirus sniffing dogs to screen fans who want to attend their games could the plan catch on a video on the heat's website explains the process with ninety detection dog will screen everyone in line by simply walking past and shows the coated sniffing dogs in action the dog signals on you by sitting down you and your group will be directed out of line and denied entry expected your Ferrari and says it's just one safety precaution along with the option of a rapid test as well as a mandatory health questionnaire and mask finding that specially trained dogs can detect Kobe on humans quickly and accurately code sniffing dogs are also used at airports in Dubai in Helsinki this follows medical researchers training dogs to detect things like low blood sugar and even some cancers I'm Julie Walker
"dubai" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcas?t?
"The to do the to do college and then afternoon i had to go to the bank to do my part time job and then in the evening had to go to the airport to do the job so my day would stop at six in the morning on ends at than at night and keep in mind. I was fifteen years old as different rules. Layer and these states. Believe you can drive at fifteen or get a provisional if we out a permit but it's probably the same as a provisional here you can only saw driving at eighteen awhile. Yeah so brother was struggling would you. Did you take public transportation s friends. It's about hitchhiking. Talk about in the talk about hitchhiking so luckily one of my neighbors that time is used to look with my parents music that elect trump to finally so in the morning. I used to hitchhike to go to college and the afternoon. There was one guy who worked with me in the bank so he drove. I used to hitchhike with them and then in the evening i take the bus from the bank. The airport and work there when you're going through this whole process. Did you ever think like this is too hard. I can't do this or was your goal. So big what you wanted to do just like so real and you had to do it that you would do anything. I'm stubborn just an. Im stubborn and life things on mcginty. You have to fight for it you know. And especially if he come from the middle class. The class family hardworking family. Things aren't just handed to you know. I was born with a silver spoon. My mom i was. I was working hard for it. And you know where was the breaking into thing is funny enough is when you say that people at some stage get to the breaking point and they just rake and they're like this is too hard i can do it. Thing is i reached the breaking point. And i'll tell you what happened exactly. And so i was going from. I was going from the from the to airports. I remember that day. I had maybe three dollars in my pocket three dollars in my pocket. I was trying to get to my second job so three dollars i said to myself i'm just gonna keep walking and walking and walking. See where i can get. Because i had like around forty five minutes a space walk in five minutes and then i'll hire cab. I'll tell him drive me until the to reach three dollars and then you stop wherever it is. Because that's what i have. That day i remember was middle of august and you know the heat here is unbelievable on walking and walking and walking and walking on at that point. I remember this like it was yesterday. This keep in mind. This was like thirteen fourteen years ago. I kept walking and walking on the most thinking about my life. You know make some day. I will be somebody and i would. Who would go places. Imagine i told that to myself. I'm like i will go places. I will not let i'm not gonna be like this the rest of my life. I will go places. And then so after having to johnson studying in the morning b on what happened doors open for me so i got accepted and the chip program that is in my current company and i got accepted in the program in the rival company though i got accepted in both companies decision tied. Yes oh Not just that not just not after. I got accepted on one through the whole process because long courses that you have to do to get into the chip program. After i did that both of them. I got accepted in both and then one morning. Five thirty in the morning. I got a cool uncle. five thirty. is this calling in the morning. Who up at this time. And i get the skull. He's like this is lieutenant so so my unease lack. I'm calling you from the we have military. Flying academy is what was just for the soldiers. I'm calling from the tree. Flying academy black. Yes can i keep him and plight but apparently the cv ism files it. just go round. Yeah so and he said son. I don't know where all kids for them is on my son. Are you interested in becoming and military pilots. Say what was in the morning you know. The brain is still functioning my way they caused you they say yes exactly is a tricky going you in one three or five serrano plight said no we talked to other airlines and we can get data from them. We saw your college the your your college attendance and we know about you. I'm not okay. Am never knew that was so he said to me would you. Would you be interested in joining the air force as a military pilot. And i said and do appreciate the offer i would stick to civilian. Was that hard to make a very honored thing to to be a military pilot to be honest with you to be honest with you. Look at to be honest. One of the everybody wants to be a pilot with this civilian or in the military at some point a few on the military always want to try it and see. What's all you're always sorry interested in knowing how is it on the other side. You know being the civilian when you're a civilian you like how's it to be a military pilot so sorry. I'm hopping in and out and jumping topics but there's a lot. There's a lot to share. You know so full going going fast. Forwarding to two thousand seventeen. What happened was there was a rule in the uae. That says everyone below the age of theory has to join military you've compulsory military service or compulsory military service though and if you're pilotless say he will go straight to the air force because you only have the hours you have the experience and then they divide you there so i kinda have a bit of both worlds fulltime. I do the triple seven for the for the company that i'm working with. Once i did the initial training and everything keep in mind once a year. I do a refresher with the king. Gear three fifty. Because that's what. I find the military though i got. I was blessed. I got a bit of both worlds. Nice that's cool so are you. Have you served your two years and you stayed in the military and you still do that or is that just temporary.
"dubai" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcas?t?
"Podcast another recommendation. By rico. you can follow him. Adventures areco on instagram. It's a pretty crazy accounts. Get ready when he go there. But it's definitely worth it Out some friends. Hopefully you have some more on the Encompass more of the international scene of aviation. I'm talking today with dalil. Who is the uae. He talks about what. It's like to grow in dubai in the us and aviation through. There is some of the experiences that they're gone through how it's a very very young country and where they're coming up from just how they operate. It's very interesting to hear the differences between aviation over there compared to europe compared to the united states. And some very excited about this episode. If you enjoy this please. You and i tunes follow us on instagram out. Pilot pilot in twitter stepped up the twitter game as well. Also huge blow for patriotic and twenty twenty. One is the year of neutral party released the read videos. 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David i wanna keep you any longer so any further do. Here's khalil leo. Going on man. Welcome to the pilots by podcast. A don't justin finally no man. This is another Out to rico again and rica just keeps hooking me up with some people to interview. So i might start paying them one day and i don't like that rico's rich so don't worry about requires rico. Compare me then. I'm giving rico shout so he should be paying me right. yeah bill. that's awesome as well. We can talk about rico more. But i wanna get into your story of aviation I'm really interested to see how you got to where you are today. How you decided to become a pilot but first let's talk a little bit about you. Who are you where you from And let's get some of that out of the way cool so colella mary. I'm from the by fourth generation for my team nine year old country. We're not that not that old. So th generation. My father was a wizar- chunk operated my grandfather was in the and you know what he was doing. Sort of what. You're doing now like recording and broadcasting. So you had this old recorder goal. Run you ian recording the events that enjoy historian away because we had a lot of the Coming debeche when they were in the uae. The were here and he was sticking them around and explaining about different tribes and different aspects of the country culture and all that and My mother is an english teacher and at some point. Show as a nurse though I have two siblings. A brother and sister my brother's an engineer and one of the local airlines it. He goes airframe and engine sister she wanted to get into. Abc control but unfortunately she never got lucky. So currently she's a banker. I told her not to give up on it though. We still working on that but so we we do that. We can solve our own airliner. That's awesome so are you. Is there any aviation and the history of your family or is kind of knew the three of year kind of starting your own trend in creating a generation of aviators was was actually we. Just you see the thing. Is i come from a disciplined family. So with mike parents were always encouraging us to specially with education. You know they spend a lot on our education. I'll give them that but then after high school they were like find your path. You think we got. We got you to here so from here. Onwards is joan but going disappoint us on again somebody. That's that's how it happens so we just worked really hard. All three of us. A my brother became an engineer. My sister now currently banca and my wife used to be an ex cabin crew with the same company that was same company. Some some married. I have one daughter. She's history and four months so for four months years and four months each pilot right. I just see about twenty years from now. it'll be all drums. That's cool though I i talk a little bit with. I've never really talked to someone from the middle east that grew up in aviation and started flying out there. I'm really interested to know if there is or what the general aviation community looks like. Is it possible just to go to the airport or your local airport and go fly a one seventy two like it is in the states or is that kind of a big no no and then for training as well as their flight schools there or do they usually get sourced out to the states or england or europe. You see as i mentioned before since we are relatively to the whole world. We are a new country game. They used to choose before. But as united arab emirates is looking and we just celebrated our forty-nine birth birthday you can say congratulations. thank you was on the second of december sto relatively. It was always the being being being who we are. We always were dependent on the foreign this say educators at call them educated so you have you have pilots that were ex- whatever airline that they were working with they came to the uae. This said they told us. Abc's so now with all that knowledge that we have her this a lot of pilots and educators that are actually very very passionate about what they're doing. And i'd say that you know it's it's time for us to shine so that was i mean again. Oldham oldham pilots v. It's of came in cross our path. They were They were very very helpful to read to let us reach where we are now but now say that after louis on the third generation of emirati.
"dubai" Discussed on Move or Improve
"At the expo in paris alexander bells famous telephone was actually launched at another expo hundreds of years ago. So it's usually a very opportunist time. Full something new and exciting new invention in the planet. We just don't know what's coming. And if it's if i know anything about dubai i wouldn't be surprised if there's going to be a flying tower. Some a flying variable we'll be launched next year so if people wanted to visit definitely make sure it overlaps that six months from october of next year so starting october twenty point one for six months yet for six months. It sounds like what we well we. We call it the world's fair but it wasn't six months. It was But i i've been to several world's fairs here in the states but it's Interesting to think about. And it's that's a really good excuse to come over so let listeners know oh so they buy a ticket they fly to divide and then how can they find a hotel to stay in a four home a few weeks. What would the process be very easy. All the hotels are online tripadvisor. There are cermony five-star hotels. You just wouldn't even know which one to choose so you decided i would do a couple of days in downtown next the bush halifa and then the rest the time choose a nice beach location And you know if they want to the very welcome to contact me. And i could give some advice on the best places to be and also most people opt to experience at least the night in the desert. We have some fabulous five-star hotels right in the middle of the desert. So the really is something for everyone. Debbie but what i would say is. Don't just come for three or four days to do by you. Want to give it leads one week. If not more. I think so. I think maybe two to three to maybe even a month would be. Yeah absolutely. yeah well since. We're on the topic of the expo. An since you said contact. Could you let the listeners. Know what is the best way to contact you. I know you have a fabulous facebook page. But how would you want people to contact you through email or whatever Or to work with you. If they're coming over for the expo in twenty twenty one starting. October absolutely side. The best email address for me would be lucy. Parker dubai at g mail dot com. So that's lucy l..
"dubai" Discussed on Move or Improve
"You can only sponsor made if you have an actual work visa so all little details and obviously when i'm working with my clients debbie than we go through in detail what it is that they're looking for so that we can find the right solution. That's it sounds like there's a good number of options though. So that's yeah oh yes. That's always something everyone. If you're an american expat on how long term can you live in. Dubai is it. I didn't have to be renewed every so often. You know a lot of people wanna literally move permanently other location but are there restrictions in dubai as to how long someone could stay restrictions. You can hopefully you console here for another thirty five years forever. It just your basic getting huge. I mean the thing thing you have to understand is that since. Kobe is hit and dubai is predominantly the hospitality and tourism capital of the middle east predominantly. I'm just generalizing here. So right now. Dubai is really really in and welcoming residents and new new residents. So actually everything. He's only going to get easier and easier as we go forward not the other way round so if today and by the way laws change by the week so if today i tell you that this is a retirement visa and it's renewable every two years we'll probably find an oldie come in the papers about eight months ago that eventually there'll be a five year retirement visa minimum even the ten year. So you would think that would be that would be an incentive. They're trying to get people to come over and status is just so exciting will be out. People you. We talked about healthcare but people are also interested in. How do you get around. You know transportation a rental airports and that sort of thing howling once they're there how do they get round so basically and we all know Emirates airlines is extremely famous. And i mean it's my favorite airline in the world so You definitely arrive in style by apple is something else it i mean even has palm trees inside the apple stunning But once you once you arrive there are taxis everywhere and taxis are so cheap because to understand were in an oil. We were in an oil producing country..
"dubai" Discussed on Move or Improve
"You know literally move to dubai to do just that you'll also find and this is why we've you know we've got such glamorous real estate as well on offer you'll also find that very successful business owners particularly from europe or other countries They don't want to remain in europe with paying the taxes. They do so they come. And they set up their companies in dubai because it's tax free and it makes sense right so it should be. People obviously have moved to dubai It's like another monaco. It's like another Bvi you know like will these tax free countries But you know you've got people coming with a lot of money and they put it into the real estate industry because they want a nice home. They want to nice penthouse. Some of them want to lock up and go this. Want to actually settle and bring out their families and you know in everything that's happened. Last six months with covid we will be able to work from home more and more so people are well. Why do i need to stay in the uk attacks. Country sunshine all year round You know the children are happy safer environment this just so many reasons. Why do buy quite frankly it. It really is getting more and more exciting as i talked to. You thought it was. I'm ready to get on a plane. We're all please. I'll be you'll talk. I didn't. I didn't sorry. I was gonna say i didn't mention to you. But before real estate. I was actually a tour guide so i used to take people holiday all our world so i think that's also why my clients love it when they come and buy property with me because You know you buying property but you actually you know actually take my clients through what is where and how it is to live here. I i i could see. I would go on a trip with you. Yeah for sure. We're going to guide me through..
"dubai" Discussed on Move or Improve
"That's your job. Then there is the A visa for a social media influence a believe it or not And you can actually enlisted register your company and then they'll be a visa associated with that. So yeah that's that's literally something for Now that something else is well. That's quite interesting. and turning to a little bit more the property side but there's one developer. That's been very forward thinking actually debbie two years ago and because this wasn't in place yet they were actually launching a property which wasn't yet ready so because you can't get visa in dubai unless your property is fully finished and really handed over and you really pay one hundred percent. Now some people are buying properties that they do want them right now but not ready. But because they haven't paid one hundred percent they called veil of the beezer but there is one developer. I have a solution for everyone. Tigers walker. Incredible you're just incredible wealth of information. Well because i've been through it was so many clients. There is one developer that if you purchase right now under construction we call it off. Plan they only pay twenty percent of the property price. And we can also get we can get you right now a free business license and a residency visa from now. You don't have to pay the full one hundred percents of the property so that's amazing and that's until stocks lost. I sound like a sales customers from any information that is is people to make the move so yes ads berea though the weather is awesome. Obviously through is hot but you have son probably all the time. But what are the reasons that people come to dubai Admitted while you did talk johnny earlier. And then i wanted to bring it up so we we have three hundred sixty five days of sunshine and a k. Maybe we have about thirty days of rain but that's really it It's always sunny and blue sky. That's always A beach day ahead of you It's actually really funny because we had this english. Dj that came over to work in the uae And he'd be working on english radio so he used to always say good morning everybody. Let's see what the weather is today. And then after about a month he said you know what. I'm not going to talk about the weather anymore. Dubai because it's always sunny young is different from the uk this for you if you saw from seasonal disorder or i mean. There's actually a friend of mine who had a off the rightous and she moved permanently to dubai because it was beautiful a health because you not heat so it is meant museums. People want to be around hot sunny climate. But what are the reasons. People come by apart from the sunshine and it's a massive factor because for us europeans with all the scaping the winter and the russians the europeans You know even sort of tajikistan kirghistan. Everybody wants to escape that cold cold harsh winter so we literally every nationality but the other reasons which is my favorite is how safe it is. There is zero crime. Zero guns zero fact zero buggery. There is literally no crime. And you probably can't comprehend that debbie tool but they're really good it. It is amazing and just so so. You're listening on the standards this. I've traveled to over seventy countries myself. I've lived in four or five continent..
"dubai" Discussed on Move or Improve
"Hello stabby miller and welcome to move improve with debbie. We have been talking on several other shows about lice Retirement life in various cities in the us and overseas and today. I am so pleased to have lucy. Parker who has sixteen years in real estate. Fifteen of them have been specializing in the middle east. And she is the cultural ambassador in the middle east for keller williams real estate so welcome to the show lucy. I'm so happy to have you. Thank you debbie. I'm excited to be here But you know when. I look at the pictures of dubai. I guess so excited. I want to jump on a plane right away when you think forty years ago dubai was just a desert and a little pearl fishing harbour right when who writes in absolute. Hey so different sir thomas about. What's exciting about dubai. Well so. I mean it's just that i mean. The real estate industry really only started for the freehold ownership and freehold is non locals so those people that are not from the united arab emirates. So we could only purchase as a foreign are just sixteen seventeen years ago so imagine you know in the us people being able to buy property for hundreds of years but in dubai. It's just seventeen years. So i think it's really. It's really important the listeners to grasp that when we're talking as we progress through this And a lot of people came over from asia from india and pakistan to walk and support the industries as they grew And you know then. We open the favor favorite favorite emirates airline in the late nineteen ninety s and then tourism really came to the destination. Because you know it was it was clear. The oil was going to run out so dubai has been absolutely building constructed on attracting tourists and visitors from all corners of the un. Debbie and that is why it such an place to live and work because it really is a melting pot of every nationality. I love it. I look at the pictures and think of all the excitement. And oh it's just so exotic. But so i mean when you said sixteen seventeen years that really explains why all the buildings are new and they glisten and attracts or the right kinds of investment types of things so what about talk a little bit about what the total population in the size of the country and currency. That's there so that listeners can get a feel for what they're going to be running into when they go well absolutely first of all a lot of people get confused that dubai country and it's not it's an emirate so it's a bit like state in the us so we We all the countries the united arab emirates. And it's made up of seven emirates. So the most famous is obviously dubai. We've all heard of The actual financial capital. The capital is abba dahbi. We also have schaja Name zhayra russell khaimah achmon. I'm an charger. And these old. Make up the seven emirates right so dubai is actually a city so the uae. The country has a population of josh short of ten million people dubai's population is two point. Eight million back gives us some kind of context right and dubai is actually a very long city. It spans over fifty kilometers but very falls to get through it. I mean we have like a sixteen lane highway going right the way through it so you can pretty much get to most places within twenty to twenty five minutes so that's great And then in terms of the culture so it is a muslim country and arabic is the main language spoken but just as widely spoken his english. If not more so you know. We have a lot of ex patriots in india and pakistan and europe and africa and all the russian countries and they would obviously communicate by not by arabic so important for people to understand.
"dubai" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Depressurization Southwest Airlines flight. Thirteen eighty April seventeen twenty eighteen. This is a synopsis from the NTSB's report in does not include the boards rationale for the conclusions winds probable cause and safety recommendations. NTSB staff is currently making final revisions to the report from which the attached conclusions Jason Safety Recommendations have been extracted the final report and pertinent safety recommendation letters will be distributed to recommendation recipients as soon as possible. The attached information is subject to further review and editing to reflect changes adopted during the board meeting. Now this is the executive summary on April seventeen twenty eighteen about eleven three eastern daylight time Southwest Airlines flight. Thirteen eighty eh Boeing. Seven three seven dash seven experienced a left engine failure while climbing through flight levels three twenty on route to the flights assigned cruise altitude altitude. The flight had departed from Laguardia Airport Queens New York about thirty minutes earlier as a result of the engine failure. The flight crew conduct could any emergency descent and diverted to Philadelphia. International Airport portions of the left engine. Inlet and Fan cowl separated from the airplane and fragments arguments from the inlet and fan cowl struck the left wing the left side fuselage in the Left Horizontal Stabilizer One fan cowl fragment impacted the left side fuselage near a cabin window and the window deep part of the airplane which resulted in a rapid decompression sation. The airplane landed safely a yet about seventeen minutes after the engine. Failure occurred of the one hundred forty four passengers and five crew members aboard the airplane. One passenger singer received fatal injuries. In eight passengers received minor injuries. The airplane was substantially damaged the regularly scheduled Israel. Domestic passenger flight was operated under provisions of title Fourteen Code of Federal Regulations. See if our part one twenty-one with a destination Dallas Love Field Dallas Texas. The airplane was equipped with two. CFM INTERNATIONAL CFM fifty six seven B two four turbofan engines to see if M. Fifty six seven B engine has twenty four fan blades installed in the fan disc. The left engine failure occurred when one of the fan blades fractured at its root referred to as a fan blade out or be oh event. The Fan Blade fractured due to a low cycle fatigue crack back that initiated in the dovetail part of the blade root which remained within a slot of the fan disc the separated fan blade impacted the engine engine fan case and fractured into multiple fragments. Some of the fan blade fragments traveled forward of the engine and into the inlet. In addition the fan blades impact with the fan case caused a fan case to deform locally over a short period of time this defamation traveled both around and forward aft of the Fan case after reaching the airplane structure the inlet attach ring which was secured occurred to the engine fan case a one flange the deformation generated large loads that resulted in local damage to the inlet. The forward traveling the fan blade fragments and the differentiation compromise the structural integrity of the inlet causing portions of the inlet to depart the airplane the impact of the separated Fan Blade with the fan case also imparted significant loads into the fan cowl. Also part of the NACELLE through the radio restraint fitting which was located at the bottom of the inboard fan cowl. These loads caused cracks to form in the fan. cowl skin skin and frames near the radio restraint fitting this damage propagated forward and aft severing the Three Latch. Assemblies that joined is the inboard outboard halves of the Fan cowl which caused large portions of both fan. Cow have to separate and depart the airplane. One One fan cal part that was recovered. After the accident was the inboard fan cowl aft- Latch keeper the left side of the fuselage near the location nation of the missing cabin window row. Fourteen had impact damage and witness marks that were consistent with the size and shape of the inboard fan cow how after latch keeper and surrounding structure during the accident sequence the fan blade fragments. Traveling forward of the fan case had a trajectory project angle that was greater than that observed during the CFM fifty six seven B engine f. b. o. containment certification tests fan blade out. Also the inlet damage caused by the forward traveling fan blade. Fragments was greater than that observed during the engine F. B. O.. Containment certification tests and accounted for in Boeing's seven three seven dash seven hundred certification analysis which used the state of the art analytical modeling tools that were available at the time in addition if b o generated loads were transmitted into the fan cowl through the radio restraint fitting which was not accounted for in the fan. cowls designed and the stresses in the Fan Cowl or greater than those is calculated in the certification analysis since the time that the CFM fifty six seven. B engine and the Boeing seven. Three seven Dash Seven one hundred airplane were certified in December nineteen ninety-six and December nineteen ninety-seven respectively new technologies and analytical methods have have been developed. That will better predict the interaction of the engine and airframe during an F. B. O.. Event and the response of the Inlet Fan cowl and associated associated airplanes structures metallurgical examinations of the fractured fan blade found that the crack head likely initiated before the fan. Dan Blade sets last overhaul in October. Twenty twelve at that time the overhaul process included a fluorescent penetrate inspection Asian or FBI to detect cracks however the crack was not detected for unknown reasons after an August Twenty Sixteen F. B. O.. Event involving another southwest airlines seven. Three seven dash seven hundred airplane equipped with CFM Fifty six seven B engines which landed safely fleet Pensacola International. Airport Pensacola Florida. CFM developed an eddy current inspection or ECI procedure to be performed formed at overhaul in addition to the FBI that was already required an ECI has a higher sensitivity than an FBI and can detect cracks at or near the surface unlike FBI which can only detect surface cracks. The crack on the fan blade involved in the P. H. O. Accent it was also not detected during the on wing Fan Blade visual inspections subsequent to the overhaul that were conducted as part of Fan. Blade aide relocations which see 'em recommended to maintain the fan blade loads within the predicted range and prevent where on the fan disk and the fan blade dovetail coating after the August Twenty Sixteen F. B. O.. Event CFM developed an on wing ultrasonic inspection technique that could be performed at the time of Fan Blade relocation. ECI's at the time of overhaul or ultrasonic inspections at the time of a fan blade. Re lubricate identified fifteen blade cracks on separate engines that as of August twenty nineteen the NTSB identified the following following safety issues as a result of this accident investigation. I need to ensure the structural integrity of the Fan cowl on Boeing seven three seven next generation interrelation series airplanes after an F. B. O. event involving CFM fifty-six Dash Seventy engines need to determine whether other airframe airframe engine combinations have any critical fan blade impact locations and how an impact at those locations could affect the cell components need to emphasize cise the importance of having flight attendants secured in the jump. Seat during emergency landings and need to mitigate hazards passengers affected by an inflight eight loss of seating capacity. Now some specific findings are listed which I won't go into however there is a summary under probable global 'cause which reads the NTSB determines that the probable cause of. This accident was a low cycle fatigue. Crack in the dovetail of Fan Blade number thirteen which resulted in the fan blades separating and flight and impacting the engine fan case at a location that was critical to the structural integrity and performance of the Fan cowl structure. This impact led to the in flight separation of Fan cal components including the Inboard Fan cowl aft- Latch keeper which struck the fuselage near a cabin window and caused a window to depart from the airplane. The cabin to rapidly Eh depressurize and the passenger fatality here are the recommendations I to the FAA one require bowing to determine the critical fan blade impact locations on the CFM fifty six seven B engine fan case and redesign the fan. cowl structure on all Boeing seven. Three three seven next generation series airplanes to ensure the structural integrity of.
"dubai" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Flight flight across the Atlantic or the Pacific. I I guess I I changed as long as it wasn't a worse seat. You know if it was at least just as as good a seat in meaning that if I want an aisle seat that's it's another aisle seat My probably would be less likely to Switched from a you know my prized. I'll see some middle seat. No the back of the airplane or something but then again you know I mean it it depends on the situation creation. And if you know there's a poor family that's desperate and has good reasons to stay together. Yeah okay yeah like you say Max what's what's the inconvenience but the the dot has published. Actually they did in last year in two thousand eighteen. They published a family Lee seating webpage. It has tips for parents if you're traveling with young children and we'll put linked to that in the show notes that page also so has a link to where you can report complaints about family seating problems but as far as tips the the dot family seating page talks about things to do before enduring booking like understand your airlines seatings seating policies. Because they're all different here you go book your ticket as early as possible and book children on the same reservation as adults. They have some tips for after booking contact attack the airline directly through reservations if your family was not able to obtain seats together or if you are unsure about the status of your seats and be. He's sure to confirm reservations that were not booked with the airline it then finally some tips before travel and at the airport. Confirm erm reservations and seat assignments before going to the airport and the big one plan to arrive at the airport early on the day of your flight. So so Game we'll have a That link to that tips page. That's just a summary of the tips. There's a lot more information there that you may find useful into that. I would add one more tip which is is don't reserve in basic economy where they don't assign you a seat I think that's pretty Silly to assume that you should be altogether if you bought the absolute lowest fare. We're for that fair. You don't get a choice of seat and I agree with the booking long in advance. I was thinking back a year or two ago when there was a I an older couple. I'm guessing maybe in the early seventies were in middle seats one in front of the other and I was sitting in the seat next to the lady in both of ask me if I wouldn't please switch my aisle seat for one of them. You know one of their middle seats you know long in advance to get this aisle seat and you properly booked at the last minute and now you expect me to give up my seat. So I I declined the offer. I will say the lady next to me was was a pill the entire trip. My conclusion at the end of the trip was whoever she's married to as a saint. I didn't know how he put put up with that kind of stuff. But anyway hairline trip can be fund. Yes yes all right a serious issue From the NTSB NTSB issues seven safety recommendations based on findings from Southwest Airlines flight. Thirteen eighty investigation. Now you may recall the uncontained engine failure on Southwest Airlines flight. Thirteen eighty that was on April seventeenth. Twenty eighteen material pierced fuselage caused the cabin. depressurized passenger was partially sucked out the window. Other passengers passengers managed to get her back inside the aircraft but she did not survive. The plane landed safely and we hope to have the captain of that flight. Actually on as our guests in future show but on this flight a fan blade released and Fan Dan Blades. Or what you see when you look into the front of a jet engine. Now surrounding the fan section is a case that's designed to contain the blade in the event of failure that's typically titanium or Kevlar is used more more now and you may have seen some of those super slow motion videos that are part of the engine development and certification process where an explosive charge set at the root of a fan blade then the charges it just set off while the engine is operating at full power. It's called a fan blade out or F. B. O. containment certification tests. And and what we'll put a a video of one of these Dec- you could see. This is the a three eighty played off test. And it's it's a pretty old video radio and the resolution is not very high but it gives you kind of indication of the extreme forces that are involved. He's played out tests And you'll also see that the fan case often distorts quite a bit now. That's okay as long as nothing penetrates the fan case in other words the engine parts are contained. Otherwise it's called an uncontained failure all right back to this This flight in the NTSB news release. They explain that what happened in this situation. See if I can summarize it were a couple of things one is that the distortion of the fan case happened to who also be at the same location where there were some I guess attachment points you might call them for the Cowley also when and the The the blade liberated is determined to use when the blade liberated the fan blade the pieces of it exited some of them exited fitted forward and at an angle that was really different from what had been measured in the in the certification test and and that caused some some other impacts on the on the cowling so what you had is the inlet and and part of the cowling came off of this engine and that's what struck the fuselage it wasn't fan wasn't blade parts coming out of the engine. Those were contained but it was the interaction largely between The the fan case and and the and the cowling doing as well as the the blades striking another part of the the cowling that was unanticipated so the NTSB. Has I made some recommendations that are pretty complex in one respect They make a lot of sense that being that there needs to be more more testing and sort of more integration of the The testing and certification Asian process when it comes to sort of the interaction of the different components here and the NTSB is recommending. That there'd be a redesign of of the of the cowling of the NACELLE And that when that becomes available that the the existing cowlings things On these affected aircraft should be replaced by a different design so That's that's pretty major and as we've said many times in the past The NTSB has no power to mandate changes. All they can do is their investigation and and based on the investigation make recommendations and then it's up to the FAA and other regulatory bodies as to whether or not the recommendations recommendations are actually implemented so. I don't know what will happen here because the here we go this way. Just what seven thirty seventh have need is another redesign exactly exactly but this was not a Max aircraft so the engines different right. This is a this is the next generation aircraft craft Because because the Max is going to have a different cowl structure now whether or not it would be subject to the same kind of chain of events. Sort of thing I I don't know and if whether or not the NTSB looked at that. I don't know I think they may be looking at the seven three seven. NJIT Franco interesting. Well does it just means we're going to Watch this space to see if anything comes because like you said Ed maxine. NTSC can make recommendations but we know that they don't necessarily have to be followed listened to etc.. So we'll see what Boeing knowing Boeing does to move forward or maybe they can. They can show that at least on the Max. The new engine that the colleen qualifies to the recommendations Dacians N. T. N. T. S. big now the The ABC we'll put a link to the abstract the final report in the in the show. Notes the the actual file report is should be issued within a few weeks and so the abstract is subject to any last minute editing or revisions the NTSB might make. But I don't know like all NTSB reports that I've ever read. I find them quite fascinating They're they're written in a style. That's I mean it's technical but it's also I think relatively easy to follow in from an engineering standpoint. I think very fascinating to read. So it didn't tell you guys but earlier today A recorded Some sections of the final report abstract and a lot of people won't care we're about that level of detail But some of you listening might be interested and to make it easier for you rather than having to dig out and you you know. Look up the the document and read it and find the interesting parts. I'll put that recording. I made at the end of the show. So after it's all over so you know we say bye and everything It runs about thirteen minutes. So if you're interested in in listening to that you can at the end of the show if you don't care about about that and that's great just don't you cut off and we say by So I'll do that if your podcast. APP APP supports chapters in most of them do now You can go there right now if you want and listen to that listened to that recording that part of the show Just this picture to come back and listen to the rest of us because David's got a tanker story next he does boy. was I shocked at this. This is from the drive. The first boom equipped tanker for a private aerial refueling company has arrived. I didn't know there were private aerial refueling companies. Well there's a mega tanker which has been around a long time in his has contracted primarily here in the states for the for the navy as an Heflin seven Oh sevens with probe and drogue aircraft. Well the Netherlands Airforce Force way back in the day bought. Something called A. K. D. C.. Ten which believe it or not was not a casey ten like we have in the United States. Air Forced. But we're actually to converted DC ten freighters into Ari aerial refueling. There's what made them special were they were some of the only boom aircraft in NATO. Besides the United States Air Force keep in mind that the majority of NATO countries that fly aircraft like France. They use Promo drogue. They don't use booms in fact even the French Casey. When thirty five F ours there boom actually has a drogue mounted on the end of it So but the Dutch had F sixteen since they were one of the initial purchasers so they needed a boom aircraft so they've retired them there. I believe they're getting multi-role tanker handkerchief ports the Airbus tanker that.
"dubai" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Five eight zero. And if you like that video wanna see more videos about the air show you'll be able to find them Pretty easily on youtube all right. Moving on to adv have web. Boeing debuts 737 Max ten another Another Max out it is and I think my first reaction action was holy cow. Is this a good time to be introducing it but I guess given the You know the saga of seven three seven. Max There's not really going to be a good time to announce announcing any kind of get it out there into the market and the fact that they already have five hundred and fifty orders and commitments tells me well this probably isn't really the first debut view of it. It's certainly been known to all of their customers for quite some time. So I'm not sure what was different about this debut versus You know prior announcements of the aircraft. But maybe it's that they have a fully functional Production unit that they can now show often. It is lovely. What's really distinctive about is Boeing? Says it will have the lowest seat mile cost of any single. I'll airplane yet. Produced and it says a conceit two hundred and thirty passengers passengers. And I'm thinking southwest airlines configurations have one hundred and thirty seven passengers so think about. This is ninety passengers more really starting into the situation where single-aisle aircraft are starting to have a close to number of passengers and do I'll aircraft I saw somebody on Twitter our friend. John Ostra our said it. It's a very pretty looking proportionate airplane and someone commented it's only afoot less longer than the original 707 you know and anybody who's a true. I've Geek knows that the proportions on seven. Oh seven or absolutely perfect. uh-huh The baby airplane in the Boeing family has grown up to be GRANDPA. You know it's sort of. It is kind of interesting that we've come full circle. You know that the seven thirty seven ten Max is basically the length of seven. Oh seven and originally this was supposed to be a a small short haul aircraft so now we have the Mac seven the eight to nine in the ten and as you would guess. Each is is Longer than the preceding They all use the same wing. But on the Max ten with the the two hundred and thirty passengers. That's the single-class arrangement the Max nine in single classes two hundred twenty passengers. The Max aid is two hundred in the MAC. Seven when is Is One seventy two. The ranges are interesting. The Max seven actually has the longest range thirty eight fifty nautical local miles three thousand eight hundred fifty nautical miles while the the Max ten ranges thirty three hundred nautical miles and eight and nine in between or both three thousand five hundred. Fifty nautical miles. Boeing is covering the the range here the the spectrum and We just have to see the problems. Result- reportedly if they've got five hundred fifty orders. That's a good. That's a good start but you know there's a problem of of getting the aircraft Flying Again There's there's an article in business insider. That's kind of interesting title is Boeing seven three seven. Max shouldn't be allowed to fly with a controversial flight control system and the aviation regulator reportedly said in linked emails so reportedly a manager Transport Canada Manager Manager of aircraft integration and safety assessment sent an email saying the quote. Only way I see moving forward at this point is that m CASS has has to go. It's not clear if that statement represents official regulator policy or just the opinion of this particular manager but the email went to the FAA the European Union Aviation Safety Agency and the National Civil Aviation Agency in Brazil also reportedly the ace system safety manager at the FAA forwarded the email onto his colleagues noting that the Canadian manager was concerned that quote m CASS introduces catastrophic hazards. That weren't there before in that it and the a fix add too much complexity the FAA manager said that he had similar concerns but these e mails going around between some of these managers. I don't know if these are senior level managers or junior managers if they're Just comments the way you might see comments in an email as opposed opposed to some specific Regulator policy. But I mean the the notion that a solution to all this is to drop the mcat. That doesn't really seem like something viable to me or I'm sure it's viable but not economically. You could pull it out but it would. It wouldn't be worth it it. It's just an integral part of the design so no it's not like just pulling a l.. Are you a box in you. Know sticking something else in this is integral to the airplane. Well okay. How is it integral to the airplane? Other than it was because of the engine change uh-huh that prompted am CASS. Right get I because of the integration with all the other systems in that if you you we know I didn't think it was integrated that much with the rest of the systems. Maybe I'm maybe I'm an idiot and I haven't been listening to the airplane geeks weekly podcasts. On seven three seven backs is but I thought it only the the result was it picked up information about the engines and then converted that data due to the tailplane. Push the nose up. Yeah that's what it does but if you remove that then you've got a ton of recertification work to do right well. Okay but that's a whole different. I mean it's not impossible. Remove it no. It's the recertification process process. where the money's coming and also the the new training that's going to now be required in a part of the reason he did that was because they didn't have separate simulators and separate type ratings so imagine now m. cast now it's going to be an entirely separate type rating which is going to be a tremendous amount of time for each pilot to get certified certified to fly this now different type of aircraft? Yeah I just don't see it going in this direction. And in the direction of the seven. Three seven Kevin Max starts flying again. It will do so without the M. S.. I I would this be shocked. If that's the case I would I agree. I think it's highly unlikely Klay it also. I'm just not sure that would be a decision. You know there has been so much work done over literally the last year to make sure that this bulletproof imagine having to do that were all over again to see. Hey when we pulled out however many lines of code this is and I would imagine that it's probably easily tens of thousands of lines of code if not one hundred thousand lines of code recertifying that to assure that gosh when we pull his coat we didn't screw something else up That would really leave me queasy in Leery. I think we're better off just accepting the work that's been done and rather than you know trying to come up with something. That's totally different. Yes I agree. In The New York Post we see Senator Schumer to airlines stop splitting up families families on flights will the FAA Extension Safety and Security Act of two thousand sixteen directed the Department of Transportation to study guidelines eight lines. That would keep families together on airplanes and I think A lot of people can relate to this. If you're traveling with your family you like to be with for your family. Have the most sitting together but especially if you're traveling with young kids you don't want them sitting in some others section of the airplane. You'd like to be altogether well. Carriers were to have policies that keep parents and children thirteen sitting together. But that hasn't happened and and Senator Chuck Schumer from New York isn't happy He has a a statement. He made quote while complaints by parents. Seated seated rows away from their own kids on flights. Continue to climb. What's flying under the radar? Is the fact that the feds were supposed to fix this problem in two thousand sixteen eighteen via a law now on the books but they haven't and they should so the ones that really shocked me as the kids that are two years old or one year old split pulled apart. Now there is at mom is not sitting with dad's so either mom is with a one year old data's with a one year old to me. It's totally inconceivable. Conceivable that a when you're putting the middle seat between two business passenger you know that didn't happen But Yeah I think the United would find an American way to do that. Schumer cited they a report from consumer reports that found that there were a hundred and thirty six complaints filed against airlines for separating parents from children. Hundred thirty he six that was between March Twenty Sixteen in November twenty eighteen in seven of the cases. Kids as young as two were split up from their parents. Like say Max. I wonder if that means from both parents. In two cases you know airlines broke up families traveling with one year old. I rest my case so yeah yeah but there wasn't one year old sitting inside bet you with two cases out of reported cases out of thousands. I bet you those two cases that child was set separately and you know what a separate might mean across the aisle. Yeah could be could be where you're not sitting there you know. They're sitting mom is sitting across from the child with the I'll inbetween. You're talking about the number of complaints here. But they didn't mention whether or not both parents complained. Because I'm thinking if mom got stuck with a one year old dad wasn't complaining yeah I might have been a great dad creep Dear it can be tough. You know I can imagine Jennifer flight is really full in you make reservations and you've got a a family a group of people it may be hard to find open seats That can accommodate accommodate the entire family All sitting next to each other I mean that that can be a problem will certainly because I think those of us who have reserved seats seats ahead of time kind of are interested in hanging on to that seat and yet I'm pretty sympathetic to the problem of flight attendants who ask folks like me who reserve the aisle seat ahead of time and kind of expect to get that. Would you please move and Yeah I think I probably would move to accommodate because you know so what what's convenient beings for a couple of hours versus helping family get together. I mean I can remember travelling with young kids and is just very difficult for for the families. It's you know it's it's probably traumatic under the the best of circumstances so I would certainly volunteer to do whatever it could help. Get these families together and I I would hope other other people travelling with as well. I think a couple of times. I I've done that Y- It depends on the flight if you know on a An international flight flight across the Atlantic or the Pacific. I I guess I I changed as long as it wasn't a worse seat..
"dubai" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Cancelled twenty billion dollars aircraft orders at the Dubai air show contrary to headlines. This is a pretty interesting story. David you WANNA take it. You mean you're going to let me take airline story. It was kind of interesting that you know. Oh you had you had just commented on how many purchases emerets me but it also sounds like Emirates is really getting rid of a lot of a three eighty s that they aren't buying originally the cancellation of the final thirty nine airframes by ordering fifty fifty eight three fifty s so clearly the end is near for the a three eighty which is really kind of amazing that the production action of this podcast is lasted longer than the production of that aircraft. Ohio how we covered its first flight. We covered its initial enroll in not enroll livery delivery of two Emirates and now emerets emerets is cancelling it so question is will it go down in history as the a three eighty was it ugly and an economic failure or just plain ugly ugly. Oh it's always a risk Yeah the You make some assumptions you you place some bets anytime you start a new aircraft program and Some you win some you don't This Forbes article the is saying that well you know there's a lot of pr spin going on here with the Dubai airshow in fact a a lot of these emerets orders. We're actually previously announced just formalized at the Dubai Air Show so as David mentioned they cancelled the or formally canceled the last thirty nine eighty a three eighty s. They also cancelled forty. Three thirty Nieto's that they'd originally announced we're going to replace those a three eighty orders and and instead ordered the fifty three fifties but thirty of those were previously announced an emerets also reduce the number of seven eight sevens on order and they changed them. They switched from the larger seven. Eight seven dash ten to the smaller. Seventy seven dash nine in addition thirty. Triple seven x aircraft. That were on order. Were cancelled so as the article. points out the The original seven widebody aircraft that have been ordered at a list price of twenty one point. Four billion dollars is now how fifty aircraft worth sixteen billion dollars. Those are all list prices of course and those original Seventy Air Airbus aircraft replacing the canceled orders for the three eighty. So if you do the math add in the seventy eight seven order changes. The author calculates accumulates that it was actually a net reduction in orders of twenty billion dollars. So good good. Good job US You know spinning out a good story. I guess in all fairness to the Dubai air show I mean Paris and Farnborough also do the same thing that the orders are finalized finalized at the show but Emerson is doing a a major fleet change which means were wondering. I wonder what what the economics of their global reach is going to be now. They were the largest produce largest purchaser of the a three eighty. And it'll be quickly to see how quickly spin these out of service to be replaced by these smaller longer for hall aircraft like triple 7-x God forbid after all these years on saying the following. I'm kind of interested to see how the root swaps occur when aircraft or replacing what aircraft on the various routes. And Will there be a constriction or a reduction of Komo domination and trying to make Dubai a hub globally so with Qantas and and Singapore flying from the states directly nonstop with the rise of the eighteen hour and seventeen hour. Flight that skipping into Dubai hub. It's interesting that we're going from these ultra-long-haul from Dubai which had become such a hub for international international travel to now. It's we're skipping that altogether and going for ultra-long-range flight so times have been changing. Yeah I think the ideal environment that an airline would love to operate in would be one where you could change your fleet Either numbers or you're composition on a dime at no cost You'd love to be able to react quickly like that. But that's not the reality of the equipment that you want may not be available may not even be invented yet but even if it is the lead times are long the ability to to to make changes is somewhat limited so sometimes the you know the opportunity presents itself where an airline can make changes like that. And that's due to a number of factors. I think the seven three seven Max scenario is You know one such situation for certain customers where it's an opportunity for them to adjust the the fleets that they have apparently the seven three seven. Max obviously came up at Dubai. People were were asking asking about that. there's still issues with the triple seven x and there's a great quote from from Emirates which is yes the largest triple seven x customer at this point but in light of the seven three. Seven Max the buckle or it says it wants to it wants to triple seven x to be put through quote hell on earth in testing to ensure that safe to fly I think that's Sort of indicates the the mood of the of the airlines these days when it comes to new aircraft cameras thing about the eighty three eighty in the really long takes to develop a new airframe. And it's got. What do you think Max is at a ten twelve year period? Roughly Okay Yeah and the problem is you've got to anticipate what is the world's going to look like in twelve years and are the Airlines GonNa want you know this particular product that I'm designing them. You know and things change all the time it may be. The three eighty was ahead of its time. We find that ten fifteen years from now people going. Hey I want to buy up all the three eighty s because things have changed you said essentially it would be nice if the airlines could switch out equipment almost on a daily basis the other thing would be nice for them would be if everybody who wanted to fly point to point with all want to fly at noon you know for example or specific time and then the three eighty makes one heck of a lot of sense because then you get everybody together at the same time but I think the airlines have. I've figured out that people liked to fly when they WANNA fly in that those times are spread across the day and it probably makes sense to have smaller aircraft to accommodate the schedules. The people would like to fly on one of the things I think. Airbus dropped the ball with that. Boeing didn't is the three eighty has the potential of being a really good freighter and oversized freighter. And why they didn't go through that or and we'll we'll see in the secondary market whether some of these three eighty s do become freighters of some sort if they can be repurpose purpose but I really think they dropped the ball on on. Not Leveraging that aspect of that size aircraft Boeing sold more dash eight fs than they did dash eight is they wanted a large freighter. So it's it's kind of interesting that they Opted not to do that. That could have been some additional aircraft in some prolonged production. Yeah wouldn't be nice to see them them being the three eighty s live on in a new life but Going from the large to the very small seems like hadn't heard much about Honda jet lately but there's an article in a an online and How the jet was at Dubai static display but th there's an interesting quote from the CEO of Honda the jet that comes from NBA be talked about NBA last week but he called the Honda jet elite? The world's most delivered light jet for the past two years Apparently there's about one hundred and forty Honda jets that are now operating worldwide. They have more than forty thousand total total flight hours with ninety nine point. Seven percent dispatch reliability They describe how Transport Canada certified the Honda jet earlier this year and see a see. The Civil Aviation Authority of China certified it. This past August has has gotten. US certification Must have I know that the The Honda aircraft may quite investment in the US and production facilities altis They're they're adding a new fifteen and a half million dollar wing production facility in North Carolina and and in total Honda is invested something A little over two hundred and forty five million dollars in the in the US so They're they're they're expanding the Honda Max. You haven't flown on a jet. I bet no I haven't but I'm really familiar with it I was on the wool. The Collier Trophy selection action can be back in two thousand fifteen when they were candidate and the CEO is also the the designer. That's me she Masa Fujino. Gino and I was actually I ask them more questions that was asked during the presentation. Which I'll I'll mention by the way I said to him? Why when the conventional title wisdom was an engine could not be mounted on the top of the wings? Did you believe that that might be a possible configuration. That could work it. He said that he started from the premise. Primus of he wanted to get the largest possible. A cabin into do that. He would have to move the pylons for the engine off of the You the fuselage itself and that's why he started to explore while would it be possible to mounted on top of the wings and they spent who. Gosh I bet close to twenty years designed this aircraft and then he was able to find Through I'm sure a lot of it was computer. Design and fluid dynamics a spot where indeed you could mount an engine pylons on the top of a wing and still have all of this working so it was really kind of From aback ended way that he got to this And he did get his large cabin as a result and he did get really recognition that everybody was wrong. Indeed you can mount engine pylons on top of a wing and still have a very efficient design so you know my hat's off to Moscow Fujino for the tremendous design work that he's done over the years and you know although ever he's made to bring this aircraft to the market I know said the most delivered jet over the past two years If you were to say over the past one year then that would go to the CIRRUS vision jet It'll be interesting to see what happens this year But the series listed edged them out by several aircraft. Serious did What sixty jets last year think? Honda jet did somewhere in the fifties. You know fifty five fifty six fifty seven something like that so it sells extremely well and I think they're going to do really well expanding their sales around the world is you know Max. It takes a lot to stand up a jet operation because now you've gotta have service facilities all around the world because people expect tremendous up time and availability in just can't do that unless you've got a lot of service centers and a lot of parts in the regions where people are flying this equipment so I think also that Honda has a track record for investing for the long term and so I think they're going to do whatever it takes to make this aircraft even more successful than it already is so. Yeah Yeah I'm a big fan of the Honda jet. Yeah I agree with you about the the resources sources that you need to have globally and another aspect that is is training and in fact Honda's partnering with Flight Safety International Channel under building a second flight simulator and Training Center in Europe. Actually at the Farnborough airport they're hoping to operational with that next year April twenty twenty opened up that flight simulator and training center all right. Well we'll also put in the show notes Besides it's links to These articles we've talked about and some others. There's also a video. That's kind of a wrap up of the Dubai Air Show The week's Hi lites then think they call it they call it Dubai TV or airshow. TV something like that but they they did produce a number of pretty good videos throughout throughout the event and this is kind of their wrap up video so as I said you can find that in the show notes at airplane Geeks Dot com slash.
"dubai" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
"To see what the what the Boeing Order Vision Blue. We'll bring these shows. Obviously we look at the the companies and so on but it's also a great opportunity for all of us to To look at people that that here that we don't maybe not. Ah We don't spend as much time with and dedicate as much attention to as we should so steve and Tony. What did you see on the defense side? That was a surprise major curious. I think unless interesting things about this show is the number of companies developing. UNLV's here in the Middle East so we know that it's been very difficult for some countries here to to find water to secure an on a a platform for the nations which is why a lot of these countries have gone and bought Chinese trends to give them sort of a capability to go and battling surgeon so what other countries like Saudi Arabia the UA here. They've all bought Chinese drones. But now there's a push to try and get even digitize those capabilities or trying unsecure say purchase a platform that they can go find somewhere halfway west and then weaponized that as well. There's a lot of this stuff going on and it's really intriguing. Some of that is coming to light here and we'll probably have been more coverage on in future dishes of aviation nation. Week one of the most interesting ones I saw today is a Pakistani company. Who have come up with a high of pseudo satellite essentially in the Zephyr class of platform and they have very different response to this? This hap- stuff is really quite difficult. Flying from the ground through the troposphere up to the stratosphere and critically persistent platform and these guys seem. They can do it at one. Tenth of the cost of Airbus's tiny little company could integrate the dynamics of Karachi that currently the building their Strut Australian and they've put three engines on it and I think the key to flying their fragile solar powered drone is to get it through the troposphere fast as possible. Unlike the death which we've seen recently that law have been been crushing northern Australia. So it'll be interesting if they can achieve they all. They seem really confident actually. It was quite quite refreshing. Presumably people have thought of that though. And we'll see how that goes. They seem very very confident. Is it some very different approach. I think very all off the shelf even using Chinese motors as the engines out. Bolivia mild and Soda Pan off the shelf Solar panels. So we'll see what's possible well so the thing I thought Kind of stuck out to me at the show today So in the past the focus of the show has been all about the fighters and the platforms and the combat capabilities building living out in the UAE Inside Arabia was we talked about in an earlier. PODCAST here at the show. That's kind of on the backside. Right now is they're upgrading their existing fleet waiting waiting for several more years before they recapitalize with either after he five or something else But in the meantime what we're seeing is a lot more mark support capabilities. You know. So we'd mentioned MRT's getting purchase legalize global is getting purchased the project Dolphin aircraft. They're bringing handsome other intelligence cyber capabilities. And now you see contractors responding and bringing some things that they haven't shown before When a great example down on the show floor is bowing with a P. Eight? We've seen the these shows before it's the US Navy's maritime patrol and Antisubmarine Warfare Aircraft This time For the first time I've seen anywhere they've got a model of it with what they call the multi mission pot underneath. And this is something that Boeing started in disclosed a few years ago and they went really quiet what about Until popped up again a couple of our if is that came out of the. US Actually intelligence community a couple months ago but it it turns out there. They've brought it here to show it and to say look. We're we're almost done with light testing this available for the foreign market You know the the Boeing doesn't like to talk about it but the US Navy is acquiring its own capability like this is called the As which advanced airborne sensor which is sergey of Ti? What the multi-mission pod can do you can do that? I if you want to take your maritime patrol aircraft and do overland surveillance of moving targets on the ground or it can do electronic intelligence signals intelligence whilst different They were really anything you want to integrate and add to your intelligence gathering capabilities on that aircraft already paying for to do maritime patrol That's what they're they're offering. And there's a couple of countries out there. Korea has a RFI for for GM TI India's perpetually had are out there for for Sergey MCI. Maybe that'll happen but Here in in this region maybe something like that could start as well. So Sean on the civil side again. We did have the chance today to visit an old a new name in the business too. Haven't they continue to be the surprise of the show on the simple side. I think fourteen more war commitments today. Total thirty seven four the show so far still another day and they may surprise. So that's worth about sixteen months selection so anytime you can come to an air show and sell sixteen months worth of production or at least sign. You've done well. And of course especially in their situation only only six months until their new existence as de have on they also have I think now the best logo in the industry that secret showroom. I'm in how they are doing this. So they security all these new. What is I think the airplane is? I mean I think the airplane had proven itself I think the interesting thing about the orders to mix. It's not they got some current operators getting more. They've got some new operators and most importantly they have less source which shows shows all of that particular lessors shows a confidence in the heavens ability to support this aircraft. One of the questions. When when in this deal went down there was no disclosure about what would happen after who would come over from bombarded to have land until the deal was done on June the first so a lot of customers and potential customers? They didn't know what they were getting. These deals after only six months to me shows that they that what bombarded had in place not only earliest continued but in the words of one executive. I talked to today's improved because now to have Lincoln. Focus on the cue for the the dash the DASH eight four hundred as their only new product. They're not distracted by anything else he had going on and they had a lot going on C. series and et Cetera. In the the big issue with four hundred in the market for years has been the price tag when it was being sold by bombarding And this was the the. At we are in the eighty or seventy two always beat them on price for that kind of market segment. It was a big deal. So perhaps baby with a lower overhead at Havilland and Whatever they're able to do they've been able to get the market and get the orders coming in which seems to me that they've done something with the price? I will acknowledge I got no the pricing date at an interesting. How agr reactor this because of presume this being there for a long time? They've been lucky leader for some time in this segment. What what does that mean? mm-hmm yeah I mean. I guess they're in a position to wait and see for now right right and see how sustainable this and once they perceive I use that then they can look at it good news so far but still early days for the new one for sure guys fascinating conversation. Thanks a lot. Sean Tony Steve. That's all we have time for. This as I said was the last Czech six from Dubai but of course. I hope that you will tune in for the regular checks next week on this channel. Thank you for listening..
"dubai" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
"Welcome to the third and final. Check six PODCASTS. From the Dubai show my name is against Flato. I'm the executive editor Commercial Aviation of Aviation Week Network and with me three of my colleagues defense editor Steve. A Steve Trimble Trimble. Yeah Steve Yes. European defense editor Tony Osborne and our editor for safety net transport based in Washington Shawn Product. Guys third day here at the show. Big News start with defense. What did we learn yes? It was a very exciting day here in the UAE because they pulled out a dust covered wallets and purchase an Dan covering sense uncomfortable. Okay so four years ago. We had the launch of the globe light reconnaissance aircraft were Edwin early warning aircraft. So that's now here at the show. And then today they announced buying two more on top of the free they already had on order so that was significant news site that was a well when its funding negotiated. When it's all said and done it'll be about a billion dollars and then also a surprise to many of us? They ordered three three Airbus. MIT tanker transports based on on top of the free. They already had so. That's pretty significant for a small air force now to have five airborne early warning aircraft and six tankers. So there's there's pretty good news for both Airbus and Saban in that respect. So the MIT multi orders. Yet to be finalized it's considered a selection but basically brings another ticking the box for the thirty. Mit over the Casey Seve forty-six so they already had selected the three thirty Mortiz. So it's it's reasonable that we would have expected them to just do a follow. On order however Boeing back in May the Shangri la dialogue one of their executives said that he expects me to select the Casey forty six for the second batch. But what would liquor for mixed fleet with the few was. That's that's a really good question. And it doesn't quite make sense from an economic perspective however the U. E. has a reputation for or diversifying its fleet. So it's not beholden to a single country or government for defense equipment. So that's why they have barraged two thousand nine and F16's for example but they do this in a lot of other categories of equipment as well so it wouldn't it wouldn't have seemed absurd for the UAE to select Boeing Anna Casey forty cents in addition to the three thirty. Rt and when the Boeing executive confirmed that they were interested in it created. I think something of an expectation that he wouldn't have said that unless he had a really you yeah Strong confidence that they were actually going to select it rather than risk the embarrassment of being publicly rejected or something that nobody knew it was a competition in the first place to title. That is what happened today so Airbus will go back to Europe with another selection for the eight three thirty. MRT in their pocket which is a big deal for them. And that's a significant solves while I mean can this considerable risk in developing this platform. And the yeah I think a follow on order even before the aircraft entered service. which is June spring is is pretty significant deal now so Kudos to play freely and on the civil side Somewhat unexpected. We did see quite a lot of activity in terms of Max Max Shung and what happens. Yeah yesterday the Max was the highlight yesterday. At least on the on the Boeing side with with Sun Express converting ten ten options. Boeing woke up today and said he said I'm GonNa hold my own beer watch this and they announced a letter of intent for thirty Max from astonished and We confirmed a firm order for twenty more taxes from undisclosed customer that is going to unveil itself on its own terms in the next couple of months so that adds twenty firm potential fifty. Max this is to a backlog that that was dwindling. Even though Boeing hasn't been delivering the airplanes since March ad in the ten from yesterday and that's plus sixty see that's potentially if they're all you know if if these the orders are finalize but to announce a second for mortar in two days for an airplane saying that we don't have to tell you is under tremendous scrutiny. I think it is interesting in an airplane. We mentioned before they didn't even put it on their stand as one of the models also in such thing. But do you think that this is kind of a part of Boeing's strategy for you know ahead of the resumption Russian of Max deliveries expected for sometime early next year at the early indicator here I think you I think you have to assume that. They are looking to build credibility in the best way to build credibility in his business and that's lining up customers Both of new customers in astonishment of former seven three operator but not a current. Seven operator carring Boeing customer but as Tony pointed out in the in the ramp up to the podcast also a loyal Airbus customer now these airplanes narrowbody customer these are playing. Toby operated by their low cost subsidiary but still part of the family and a big endorsement. It seems though Boeing is not going to they they they may not be applying pressure to get the airplane back. Certified as somewhere saying they were with announcing notional timelines. It's at the La over the last few months but they are now trying to let the markets and say. Hey we believe in this airplane. It's certainly there's no downside downside for them to be announcing commitments at this point. It's only isn't it a bit earlier or is it okay. Well I think some of lined up with the show. Let's not overlook the fact that this was announcing a major air show so I think the two things sort of sort of came together. None of these airplanes will be in service for several years right because of the backlog in the fact that they're Boeing's backlog is now growing because they're not delivering airplanes certification appears to be imminent. Probably too strong a word but at approval in two thousand nineteen by by the FAA. Still not off the table. Nobody's going to have the airplane and service before well into the first quarter and most of these that we're talking about these countries you you may not see it until the second quarter and and it'd be interesting tomorrow when the FAA administrator is here at the show and talks to reporters Tomorrow morning so we'll it'd be trying to get an update Rain all that then. FAA's been consistent that they are. They will not improve the airplane until it is ready. It is not ready. Boeing is not by all accounts handed over the final package. Documenting software changes. The training still needs to be updated. They're still a public comment period on it. I mean there's work to do but Boeing announcing these these orders and commitments at the show. You know clearly they have customers that are confident. Even if they're giving away the airplanes the fact that customers are putting their name to insane we will take more there some expression of confidence there the other question on this on the civil side with the the the big revisions John Nearing on the Emirates fleet. We as as of today. We only have kind of path part of the answer which is on the site Obviously emerets emerets ordering fifty eight three fifties as they seek to re image change and replace the three eighty or other is no longer. You're going to be delivered. The Boeing side of things is still not decided or at least not publicly announced that will happen on Thursday. They have scheduled a press conference for the for the for the morning. And we all expect some clarification. There I did have a chance to talk to Tim. Clark of the president of airline today and what I found most interesting was his vision for the next five years in terms of growth. They're not growing very strongly right now because of the economic troubles because of all the stuff that's going on but the the three fifty's will come in from twenty anti twenty-three and that will kick off a real change in their network because suddenly they can go into much thinner long-haul routes and also ultra-long-haul the routes that they couldn't really serve the eighty because it was too big triple seven because it was too big or couldn't didn't have range so stay stay tuned but is going to change significantly and it'll get into markets. Say at least that has haven't I've been touched so far so other people that have not been in a position to have to compete with them will be in the future if they stick to this and I'm very curious.
"dubai" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"What I like is the idea to be able to lock in the price on gonna vary in the USA. That would be one maybe two use heavily as a key horse underneath in bets. Like the trifecta USA version of the try cast. But I imagined for folks over here. The more relevant concept is the each way bet on gun. Vera, okay. I'm going to ask you a question about US betting in a second. But before I do your best bed for maiden for Dubai. World Cup night on Sky Sports racing. My favorite of the ones that we've talked about in terms of yet likeliness of win and value. I'm still gonna go with X Y jet in the golden Shaheen. I just think he might be the speed of the speed and be able to go on with it and lead them on a merry chase. As it were. Nice. Now if I throw in Jake wand, if we get one more we've got a patent so give me your second strongest pick. Oh, let's see. I mean, magic wand would have been a good choice. I'm glad I'm. Glad we threw her in there. Let's talk about does it. How important is having a juice in the odds as opposed to a likely winner juice in the odds is let's go juicing. The odds let's go for the grave. I should've known in that case we're going to go with coal front in the dolphin. Nice. Nice. Okay. Taking on the favorite who did has to be said. Well, very very impressive. A lot of things fell his way before we talk about the Florida Darby, which of course, we'll also be live on Sky Sports racing on Saturday evening. Betting in the states is going through a massive transformation. It's been legalized most of the big firms are currently on their way, it's something that I want to talk to you and a few others about in the more expanded show. But in terms of. Adjusting. So like those off track betting, and obviously the vast majority of the bedding needs to be done. On course. So we're in a very privileged position in Ireland, and the UK that you can walk into highstreet shop have a bet do it on your phone. That's just not something that you can do in the states, but it's coming. It's there and the models that we have like are the Americans very much. I know you want you embrace this and you're very interested in fix betting in. It's what you prefer. But is the American punchers and the show that you did. Which I hope you're doing again, the horse players to or where the professional bettors are going up against each other and putting up their own money to take each of the wrong. You can watch the YouTube. It's absolutely fascinating. Are they interested in in fixed odds as well and does betting exchanges rank for Americans? Like does that appeal to them at all? Because if the tote is something that you want to get away from then I would have thought that exchanges is probably something you want to get away from his well. And so is it going to be the traditional sports books that really succeed in the states in your view? There's so much to unpack their I'll start by saying that I don't ever see a world where the tote goes away my embrace of fixed. Odds is in a complimentary way to the current tote system. It's very tricky to talk about the macro sports betting issues in the United States. Because really what we are. Is a collection of fiefdoms in terms of our gambling because the states each state gets to legislate what the rules are for within that state. So the opportunity to just have like massive liquidity and money from everywhere where sports betting legal that would be logical. It's not the way it works. Each state's looking at it individually right now, I believe in exchange wagering as a very logical complementary way to get all betting, horses sports. I think peer to peer with the online element. That's what makes the most sense..
"dubai" Discussed on Fit Club
"To watch too yeah and they also to on a on a business side you might think about this because i know dubai when it became a big trend they were actually flying personal trainers out from north america canada in the us to dubai so they might be doing as well so let me know a couple of weeks in in for me is like a vegan or icy those diets don't rely much don't rely too much on meat so i think if you start to see a lot of these very muscular bodies coming out of there you also see people saying we'll meets not what you need to create that by ingrained in different ways so i think that's also another positive potential outcome but fitness health and diet that teaches you a lot about just life truly what you can't do what you can't do it pushes you i mean like i like working out because you're practicing failure daily that's why i like it because you are failing daily and what it really teaches you is is over overcoming failure daily and that's a trait that comes with success and you practising it daily with your physique so like you know you gotta love the process not the outcome and as like you can go crush every single day i mean if you're trying to run distances or lift weights that you're not used to you're gonna fail and and the best part about practicing failure is that if you're going to go there tomorrow you already over over beat it and that kind of sticks with you on like many other platforms businesswise you name it you know it just kind of build in that mindset that's why i think fitness does kind of parallel success i'm not so much the physique itself but that mental stimuli training that you have to learn to have motive yeah head like sledding and bailing and not wanting to be here that message speaking of positive news there's some studies out there so the bad news can actually make you sick make you ill and the what kind of underlying this study was the fact that we're so acceptable the bad news between twitter and you know are different forms of media we are constantly ended with bad news whereas before you might have heard about something that happened in hawaii or something that happened across the world kind of intermittently but now it's sort of constantly ended by and it's leaned to adrenal fatigue lack of sleep anxiety depression even chronic stress can lead to headaches muscle tension stomach problems as well so people are having trouble coping and i guess the takeaway was that really we need to engage himself care as we are kind of being hit with the problems of the world but we want to stay engage and solve them but we also have to make sure that we're kind of okay to you guys especially with role models and just being role models even before the show that you guys are doing now and you know people kind of come to you and your way of different i guess elements of the world that we want you to help with how do you guys take care of yourselves and then decide to pick and choose what you do a dress do i'm so glad you brought this up because this is something that i constantly argue with my my inner family about my mom my stepdad and must have done is an ex police officer so they're kinda inbred with just like seeking issues that's just the way they are but i i mean every day i'm like turn off news turn off that like infectious disease crap sorry if i'm out what it is if you if it's already happened in his negative assure awareness matters but you know what doesn't matter someone who is like i mean you're sitting in your house you do what you do and like there's people that are trained in their profession is taking care of issues you stress and worrying about it is just nothing but illness is just negatively radio there's a thing called the the string theory string theory basically is all the ways that our body interprets energy more or less from taste buds to eyesight to.
"dubai" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I spent some time in dubai sort of sort of like behind the closed doors of to buy because we were sort of invited in but the director was young british emirati addy moustapha and so i saw an of dubai that maybe you know europeans don't always see and you just you get you know when the locals take you in so to speak when you go and shoot right so you see an always make best friends with teams does make best friends with your driver and then you get to see whole other worlds the i like the adventure of my job yeah there's almost a strange parallel between just talking about like scuba diving probably pick up a little bit of a language here and there this net it's sort of like collecting the furniture yeah right it is it's an eclectic it's numerous number of is in multitude of lives for the price of one right and i think anyone with a creative temperament kinda does that act as musicians or artists writers even produces good love them and which is finals macy's they get cultural stimulus but yeah it's kind of like is that wondering trooper dole kind of and yeah you're right as you go older you want to make sure that you have to get down to get the dog you do the family whatever boom yeah it's that exploration that is fun keeps it fresh air i feel like it's also necessary because you could i mean i'm sure there are people who are amazing actress who just do theater their entire lives but it seems that you know as a performer don't you kind of need to go experience a bunch of different weird things because that sort of helps you create you like what are you reaching into when you're creating characters when you're embodying roles if you if you just do one thing your entire life and don't ever actually really experience i mean i think so i mean i love i love the face i mean i i and fullness i always consider myself a stage actor is why i'm trained as and whenever i go back.
"dubai" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"All right dubai police showed off of tournaments miniature police cars said to go into operation tom merit is on the other evaporation by the end of the right by the end of the year thank you the cars are the size of a toy car and will use biometrics to identify wanted criminals give you a minute to a factor that in a small what copter equipped with a camera can be launched from the smallcar as well senior sing it this is kind of transmitters transformers eluded military and for his singaporebased ot se was happening there show the video the high all right right singaporebased ots a w digital will deploy the cars as part of the smart dubai initiative brady smart by throwing bunches city that's going to do fly egg flying autonomous drones to deliver your from place to place with a single occupy comes small cars that will be scanning year to see if her criminal dubai's got a lot of money folks uh they get their swimming in it and you know what maybe they're investing in these technologies and some of them are not gonna work out and they're just not going to be as dumb as we think they're going to be but if they're not i can't imagine that a bunch of other cities countries whatever could find a use for those technologies and they might be leading the charge there i be it's funny it's a funny story because it's small little cars rate it's story because it's scanning your face constant state and then it's also just like well but if you can find a balance between how funny it is and scary surveillance there's early it's the most that durable version of robocup i mean that's what you need it's like if we're going if we're going to create a surveillance state let's be key all lanka you'll get your take away by rights will cut jobs but i mean we already have lots of cctv cameras many cities just make it of not making it mobile but i can absolutely imagine if some a person from dubai representatives goes to london that just had a.