Bombardier’s head of CSeries: The Toronto Globe and Mail has this interview with Rob Dewar, the head of the CSeries program. Separately, the last of the CAST safety tests has been completed.
Diverting from aerospace: CNN has this piece about sailing in the Antarctica, which is on our Bucket List.
It’s Friday, it’s been a long week: We just want to be irreverent.[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESxlPKnufwU&w=420&h=315]
Here’s a take on ancillary revenues.[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3so6AJe4UQ&w=420&h=315]
A bit inaccurate about Ryanair. They don’t “give” you a peanut.
Great to see the CS-100 has completed CAST and is almost ready for its FF. It is also refreshing to see BBD is in no hurry for the FF before the PAS.
BTW, let that FO, and Capt., know the word he is looking for is….CAT…
The maturation process of the 787 we saw sofar, doesn’t mean the 787 had something like its “fair share” of trouble and we’ll a smooth roll out from now.
Contrary, if the past means anything it will need full attention for some time.
I liked the additional revenues skit and the ANZ presentation was entertaining. Do they really show these things on their flights?