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Old 06-14-2016, 06:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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https://www.flightglobal.com/news/ar...ng-dog-426290/
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Old 06-14-2016, 06:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Man if I had a dollar for every Airbus flight I've been on where someone around me says "Man sounds like someone is sawing through the planes wing." Or "Sounds like a dog barking in the cargo bin."
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Its the hydraulic pump.
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Funny, I have never flown on the A320 but have flown on the Boeing 737-700 & 800 most of the time... I do want to fly on the all new A320neo though...
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I always thought it sounded like mating elephants.
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I always knew what type of plane flew over me just by the sound of the engines, and the dog barking was always one that stood out
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While the article has been removed, based on the title, I could have sworn it was about Qatar's Al-Baker and the A320 Neo.



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It has been a while since I have flown on an Airbus 320 but I do remember hearing a lot of clanging in the lower compartment as if a mechanic was banging on some pipes.

I find it very interesting that with all the modern technology, airliners of today have more noise issues than the older models. I flew on the 707 almost exclusively and all I remember hearing was the drive screw that operated the flaps.

Why all the noise with these modern aircraft?
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Old 06-15-2016, 11:22 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I always knew what type of plane flew over me just by the sound of the engines, and the dog barking was always one that stood out
Yep, same - I live under the flighpath to Adelaide airport and sometimes at night it sounds like we're being invaded by howling banshees. Kinda like the sound tho.
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I flew on the 707 almost exclusively and all I remember hearing was the drive screw that operated the flaps.
I never flew on the 707 but I think I know what your referring to, the 727 had the same drive screw mechanism on it's flaps... I sure miss hearing the pure jet engines on the 727 talking off from MIA back in the day, when AA still had plenty of them...
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Yes Surinam, the first time I was in MIA for a local airliner show, I remember hearing all the car alarms being set off by the 727 taking off.

Ahhh yes, the good old days when you could fall asleep by the rumbling of a 727 on take off and you knew what it was.
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There's only a couple of types I can identify purely by sound, operating out of two miles away from my window, Glasgow International. One is the distinctive whiney buzz of the Loganair operated Viking Twin Otter, and the other is the deep bassy spool up followed by high pitched roar of a departing Emirates 773W. Years ago of course the entire street could tell you when a Hawker Siddely Trident had either arrived or departed, right down to the last little Grandma !
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While the article has been removed, based on the title, I could have sworn it was about Qatar's Al-Baker and the A320 Neo.
LOOL! I was expecting that too, alas now i cant read the article
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