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Originally posted by CaptainObvious
First of all, I am reporting you for derailing.
Originally posted by AMTMAN
Well Rob if you want to play that game I can point out that he also said that there was no evidence that the air phones were deactivated prior to 9/11.
This of course contradicts your claim and “evidence”.
Here's the score card so far. You have a 23-19-00 dated 1/28/2001.
I have the TR for 23-19-00 that says that first sentence regarding deactivation did not appear until April 2007.
I also have ECO F0871 stating that the Claircom system was being deactivated
dated 3/2002 along with the accomplishment dates all of which were in April 2002. Do you have any documentation to refute any of this?
Originally posted by johndoex
ISo, a Temp Revision was issued 7 years after deactivation and 3 years after the phones were removed? Why didnt Chris Christensen or Chad Kinder supply this when we told them about the 757 AMM page on the recorded call? (By the way, you contradict apathoid here, but im saving that one for later.. )
[edit on 24-9-2007 by johndoex]
Rob, could you tell me how the maintenance department at Independence Air did revisions of their maintenance manuals? I already know that you have absolutely no clue. Every airline has their own way of doing things. Per the FAR's they can make changes to their manuals as they see fit. In the case of the TR dated April 2007 it's for a non-safety of flight item. Something that can affect the air worthiness of the aircraft is treated differently than something that does not. As for the two people you mentioned my guess is they felt no obligation to give you anything.
Back to the TR, what has your source told you about it? Has he told you its legit or fake? Rather simple question Rob, if you do not answer that is an admission that it’s legitimate
Originally posted by DeadFlagBlues
There was a lot of talk about "cell phones," as well, right? When someone calls me from a "cell phone" number come in, it's going to be obviously different than from a cell phone. I've done my own experiements on several airlines including Frontier, Southwest, United, Delta, and U.S. Airways. I have had a 0 percent success rate from pretty much any elevation at all after take off. I also had two different cell phone providers, Cingular and T-mobile. Used 3 different phones. The Motorola color V60, Motorola Razor, and I currently have a Blackberry... I distincly remember people calling from cell phones at cruising altitude.