Doesn’t matter who you directed it to, you posted in a public forum. Otherwise, you should have PM’d caflier if you ddin’t want anybody’s opinions.
Correct me if I am wrong but you are a hobbyist, correct???
If so, then your credibility would be no better then mine as a source since I have no experience in the airline bis myself, but do look up what I do know and provide credible sources.
If I am wrong, why not reveal your expertism in the airline business if you indeed do work within the airline business (verifiable, as proven in the past, unfortunately your word is not quite up to snuff).
Otherwise, you are in no position to say you know more then somebody else without concrete knowledge which you really don’t have. It’s an opinion of yours that is subject to scrutiny by anybody who reads…
Again, you have no clue what my background is or anybody else in this forum (to my knowledge) other then what we elect to divulge.
To give you something parallel that I can directly relate to.
I do recognize there is a difference between simulation of flying and flying an airplane in a 3D environment.
The knowledge of the foundation of flying may be the same, but doing it in the real world t’waint the same.
Another example may be knowledge of bernouli’s principle gives me the foundation of flying, but when I am flying, do I think of Bernouli’s concept. Nope.
Flying IMC on a desktop sim isn’t the same as flying IMC but you probably wouldn’t understand the difference, but others reading my post hopefully will see the direction I am heading.
Bottom line, I would call my knowledge of airline business the same as a hobbyist, and that’s a simulated world. I don’t work in the airline biz, but that doesn’t stop me from looking up what I post, question what you post on my hobbyiest knowledge, and provide references on my thoughts.
And NOWHERE will you see that I say I know more then you.
Again, I do know and recognize my very own limits. Your statement that you say about yourself kinda makes me wonder if you know your own limits.