QUOTE(tripleseven @ Jun 19 2006, 08:13 PM)
The FAA isn't as "limited" as you say as the ICAO generally follows suit on FAA recommendations.
Anyway, you bore me. Your claims about "others" are rather pretentious and condescending. But you stay true to form nonetheless, taking no responsibility for your comments. Good Luck passing the high school entrance exam, hopefully the paint hasn't deteriorated your already feeble cerebellum..........On to more productive discussion
"the ICAO generally follows suit on FAA recommendations"Wrong !
I'm sure you are unaware
while there is a JAA / FAA harmonisation board,
the rules under the JAR are still VERY
different to those of the FAA and that will continue to be the case !The FAA has exactly ZERO % power over other ICAO member states. Let me run that past you again............ZERO % control, that's ZERO.
I have tried to explain to you how ICAO works. You are making unfounded, sweeping statements about ICAO. I'm quoting their operations here and you are not. I think that speaks volumes !!!!
Your last post confirms that you are unfamiliar with the 18 ICAO annexes including the two I attempted to educate you on.
Deals with The Commissions and Committees of ICAO
. If you do go ahead and view this document for the first time, it will be clearer to you.
A look at 2.6.4 : The ICAO Secretariat
, will also clarify a lot for you. You may find both of these under the JAR ATPL written exams in The Air Law manual or direct from the ICAO COUNCIL DOCUMENT.
The ICAO member states do not generally follow the FAA. If you take a look at most areas:
i.e the certification standards between the FAA and the JAR for example, you will see that the standards are very different
. This is also very true of pilot medical exams and ATPL written exam and practical standards just to name a few areas. UNDER ICAO 2.6.3, THE ICAO COUNCIL MEMBER STATES DO NOT FOLLOW FAA RECOMMENDATIONS AS A GENERAL RULE.......WHERE DO YOU GET THIS INFO MAN ????????????
Again, I see you mention the ICAO but you don't quote any area of the organization. Frankly we both know why.
Your threads contain no facts !
But, having said all that, you are so convinced that you are right. Why don't I give you the benefit of the doubt. Lets assume I'm wrong here and you're right.
Let's assume ( per your suggestion ) that the FAA will in fact mandate the removal of the CF6 FROM ALL AIRLINERS. Let's also assume that ICAO will, as you claim, follow suit and mandate the removal of the CF6 FROM ALL AIRLINERS within all member states
. So all CF6 engines are removed per "your" little suggestion. Hmmmmmm.
I don't see it happening.
How about we agree to disagree here and let the ICAO give us the answer in time. If you don't hear me telling you you're wrong, maybe you'll get it when they prove you wrong............................maybe !
Based on the reaction to the AA incident so far....................you stand corrected, know what I'm saying ????
Would I be correct in my assumption that you ARE NOT a commercial pilot ?
Are you one of these guys who just has to be right all the time ??
Tell you what, you can have it...YOU ARE RIGHT !!!!! Spread the word...TRIPLESEVEN IS RIGHT !!!!!!!!! REMOVE ALL ENGINES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Can you let it go now ??