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    According to the radio the " Max " has been given permission to fly again in Europe. The timing could be better. Demand will be at an all time low. I live on the flight path into Manchester airport which is about 12-15 miles away and is a big international standard airport. On a clear day ( not often I admit ! ) you can often see four or five planes at any one time beginning to descend into Manchester from my back garden. At the moment you can go all day and hardly see one !


    Regards Tyrone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post
    According to the radio the " Max " has been given permission to fly again in Europe. The timing could be better. Demand will be at an all time low.
    That's actually a kinda good thing that demand is low.
    While the approval is no given, all planes must still be retrofitted, software and manuals updated and all personnel specifically trained and certified for the Max.
    ( At least that is what I've heard )

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    The EU is perhaps the most dense bureaucracy of modern times. It's in their nature to obstruct people. "Your papers are not in order..."

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    So the BBC news this morning had a story about how Scotland & Ireland want back in....

    What's the real story from those on the ground ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    So the BBC news this morning had a story about how Scotland & Ireland want back in....

    What's the real story from those on the ground ?
    Ireland/eire (the southern part) is a separate country and is still part of the EU. The Scots population never wanted to leave the EU but have long felt that the UK Government don't represent their interests. They have been very aware of the hypocrisy involved in not allowing them independance from the United Kingdom while separating the UK from the EU.

    Northern Ireland/Ulster voted to stay in during the refferendum, but the Democratic Unionist/protestant MPs supported the Conservative/Tory UK government in pushing through the Brexit deal. Now they are finding that the mechanics of Brexit really don't work for their part of the nation. The Brexit agrement required that there be no customs barriers on the island of Ireland. This requires that Ulster and Eire be in a common (EU) trade zone to prevent a return of the civil war/terrorist problems of the past and that customs inspections must be carried out between Ulster and mainland Britain/UK. The Unionists are really pissed off about this and the rest of the population of Ulster are doubly pissed off because they didn't ask for it and have got the worst of all worlds out of the resulting deal.

    PS:- the UK's fishermen were a very vocal Brexit minorits, thinking that they'd get total access back to the UK's fishing grounnds. Trouble is that the UK population tend to eat fish such as cod and haddock, which are caught in Arctic waters off Norway and Iceland and the Herring, Makeral etc that are caught in UK waters are almost all sold in the EU. Trouble is that the EU now requires the same level of inspection and documentation of British exported fish as it does for all other non-EU product, and Norway has not agreed UK access to its Arctic fishing grounds.

    I don't know if "I told you so" is more appropriate or if one should just take a bit of the German schadenfreude!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rand View Post
    The Scots population never wanted to leave the EU but have long felt that the UK Government don't represent their interests. They have been very aware of the hypocrisy involved in not allowing them independance from the United Kingdom while separating the UK from the EU.
    They had their chance. They voted not to leave the UK for economic reasons. They sold themselves for a nickel, like whores.

    You make your bed, then you get to sleep in it.


    btw, you could extend this lesson to all of Brexit. Most likely there will be economic losses, but you never know when independence may turn out to be worthwhile. The way the EU is going, it might be better to be poor.

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    I just received this in an e-mail:
    Ministers say Boris could rule longer than Thatcher | Daily Mail Online

    So is Brexit more popular now, or doo the majority want to go back to the EU ?....


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