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- 11/12/2013, 11:36 #31
Si energizas el avión sólo con batts y no tienes GPU, poca leche vas a hacer. Baterías, APU y entonces sí, a disfrutar xD. Yo lo que haría sería llamar por radio en el caso de que no pueda armar una rampa, abrir la puerta y tirarme por el tobogán 17362716 veces seguidas."God created AIRCRAFT MECHANICS so pilots can have heroes too"
“A wise man makes his own decisions; an ignorant man follows public opinion”
- 11/12/2013, 12:15 #32
Hombre en un A320, creo que si seria capaz de energizarlo xD
- 11/12/2013, 12:29 #33
- 11/12/2013, 14:00 #34
- 11/12/2013, 22:47 #35
- 01 feb, 09
El pasajero es capitan de un barco que lleva suministros a las plataformas petroleras del Golfo de Mexico y estaba acostumbrado a dormir con movimiento.
HOUSTON (AP) — As the captain of an oil platform supply boat in the Gulf of Mexico, Tom Wagner is no stranger to bumps and other movement while he sleeps.
So when he nodded off on a flight from Louisiana to Houston, it was no surprise that the landing bounce didn't wake him.
"That's the norm for me," Wagner said. "A little jolt wouldn't bother me."
He awoke to a traveler's nightmare. He opened his eyes to a dark and locked plane parked at Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport.
"I looked down the aisle, there was nobody on the plane," Wagner said Monday from California, where he's visiting his sister. "It was locked up. Lights were off. No motors running. It was like it was secured for the night."
Wagner, 51, from Lafayette, La., who had a window seat near the back of the plane, said he didn't panic.
"I had a little smile: I've got to get off here," he said.
But first, "I had to use the bathroom," he said. "I was walking around, had to find the bathroom in the dark."
Told he was fortunate the restroom door also wasn't locked, he replied: "They would have had a mess to clean up."
Then he picked up his cellphone and called his girlfriend, whom he described as "kind of a joker."
She started laughing.
"Get me off this plane!" Wagner implored. "Stop laughing. It's getting cold."
She called United Airlines in Lafayette, where Wagner had boarded United Express Flight 4245 on Friday evening to make a connection in Houston, and was told there was "no way" he was stuck on that plane.
Back on board, Wagner started walking around.
"This is crazy stuff," he told himself.
He reached the front of the aircraft.
"I grabbed the (entrance door) lever," Wagner said. "I thought: I better not do that. Let them get me of the plane. So many things go through your head."
Moments later, a couple of maintenance workers coincidentally opened the door and found Wagner there to greet them.
"What are you doing on this plane?" he said they demanded. "Where's your badge?"
So he explained that he was a passenger who had been sleeping, and that he awoke to discover the lights off, the doors closed and everybody gone. One of the workers got on his radio and Wagner was escorted to the terminal. By then, he'd missed his connection to Los Angeles, although his checked bags made it. He spent the night at a motel near the Houston airport.
Regional carrier ExpressJet, operating the flight for United, said in a statement that it apologized to Wagner for the inconvenience and that the airline was investigating what happened.
"Could have been worse," Wagner said. "What if I was dead? How do you explain that the next morning? They found a dead body on the plane."
Wagner, whose adventure first was reported by Houston television station KTRK, said the airline gave him a $250 voucher, picked up the motel bill and switched him Saturday to a more convenient flight to John Wayne Airport in Orange County, Calif.
"When we landed, they called my name on the P.A.," he said. "I said: 'Yeah, I'm over here.'"
Distinguir a un aerotrastornado es fácil, en medio de una multitud cuando oiga el sonido de un avión surcando los cielos. Levantara la mirada hasta establecer contacto visual con el avión, da igual el numero de veces que lo haya visto.
- 12/12/2013, 00:51 #36
yo buscaría si alguna TCP se ha quedado también.Somos guardacostas... Nadie nos aprecia hasta que nos necesita " The guardian "
¡Dadme un VOR, un Radial, un DME y una Carta y volaré zero-zero hasta el mismísimo infierno!
- 12/12/2013, 07:06 #37
- 22 oct, 07
¿Este es el Tom Wagoner que se quedó dormido? Pues es un poco mayor para tener novia, je, je, je. Me imaginaba un zagal joven.
- 12/12/2013, 08:44 #38
- 22 jun, 11
- En la clandestinidad, ¿sabe usted?
Yo a este tío le veo un parecido razonable, una mezcla entre John Goodman y Charlie Seen...El problema de andar con las orejas siempre puestas es que uno se expone a escuchar cada barbaridad... que da miedo
- 12/12/2013, 12:12 #39
- 01 feb, 09
Yo creo que no es que no le vieran sino que no se atrevieron a despertarle. En cuanto a la novia parece que lo unico que hizo fue reírse y que lo encontraron por casualidad.Distinguir a un aerotrastornado es fácil, en medio de una multitud cuando oiga el sonido de un avión surcando los cielos. Levantara la mirada hasta establecer contacto visual con el avión, da igual el numero de veces que lo haya visto.
- 12/12/2013, 14:14 #40
- 18 sep, 12
Tiene pinta de dormir bien el capitan ^^
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