But which leg? (@AvantAir)Nah, that happened mid-flight. Just look at the beat up h stab.
Good. Maybe the Avanti is a good airplane but that company singlehandedly ruined its reputation (at least here in the US).But which leg? (@AvantAir)
I wouldn't mind someone looking over my shoulder in this case. No way you'd be able to see a loose fastener from that far away. Not to mention touch it. Based on the giant dings in the horizontal those pieces were there and then fell off.This is why we’re required to observe the FO’s exterior preflight on line checks now.
I mean, it sounds like swift air. I thought they had the 121 supplemental market locked up, why are they still cutting corners?This is definitely a weird one. 737-800 landed in San Diego from Victorville missing some pieces, presuming they had them when they took off.
I had that same thought. Oh boy...But which leg? (@AvantAir)
Yeah unless they failed to do a walk around on the through flight(s). CCTV everywhere so if it’s taxiing out in VCV or DEN sans tail pieces, no bueno.Yeah I highly doubt someone is gonna miss most of the tail missing on a preflight or post flight. Or a flight,
iAero now, but was Swiftair and is flying all but 1 of the old Xtra Airways jets(they held on to one 737 to stay active).I mean, it sounds like swift air. I thought they had the 121 supplemental market locked up, why are they still cutting corners?
Whatever, useless management group anyway.