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  1. #13805
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    I think you will find both are now officially shut down. However, I'm sure ABC could organize something if asked or at least point you in the right direction.

    Yes, my experience with Juan was very positive on several trips but I raised them as a proof of concept rather than suggesting that specific airline. As you said, they can't be used anymore even if you want to. There are several more options available, even seaplanes to islands, if you do go ahead.

    Enjoy. G.
    ABC sold its helicopter quite a while ago. However, I am sure that if someone were to call the hotel the administration could arrange a private helicopter.

    GE.

  2. #13804
    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMonger  [View Original Post]
    Thanks I have heard rumors of an ABC hotel helicopter but I haven't ever really looked into it usually for budgetary reasons.

    Air Juan actually gets horrible ratings seems to have a lot of unhappy campers
    I think you will find both are now officially shut down. However, I'm sure ABC could organize something if asked or at least point you in the right direction.

    Yes, my experience with Juan was very positive on several trips but I raised them as a proof of concept rather than suggesting that specific airline. As you said, they can't be used anymore even if you want to. There are several more options available, even seaplanes to islands, if you do go ahead.

    Enjoy. G.

  3. #13803
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    I've used Air Juan several times. Not a true charter flight but pretty close to it.
    Thanks I have heard rumors of an ABC hotel helicopter but I haven't ever really looked into it usually for budgetary reasons.

    Air Juan actually gets horrible ratings seems to have a lot of unhappy campers that flew or lack there of, I guess moral of the story is don't ever expect a refund from Air Juan it looks like they are totally shutdown right now I wonder if they will even open back up. I'm glad you had a relatively good experience, this is something that is on my bucket list. I don't know if it will be with Air Juan but always good to have a few more options I didn't even know Air Juan existed.

    https://www.tripadvisor.com/Airline_...views-Air-Juan#REVIEWS.

  4. #13802
    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMonger  [View Original Post]
    I'm asking if anyone has actually taken chartered flights around phils and / or a helicopter to clark?
    I've used Air Juan several times. Not a true charter flight but pretty close to it.

    Yes, very convenient point to point and yes, cost was very reasonable being close to what is paid for a decent charter car & boat hire.

    Enjoy. G.

  5. #13801
    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMonger  [View Original Post]
    I have been making so much money lately that this has become reasonably priced now as funny as that sounds my question is has any one tried this? You can scoff at it all you want but I hate being stuck in manila traffic and the ride to subic is horrendous.

    They say that the flight time is cut down because there is no formal check in you show up and within 15-30 mins you are in the air. I know that the cost is what it is I'm not asking how to get to these destinations the cheapest (I know how to do that). I'm asking if anyone has actually taken chartered flights around phils and / or a helicopter to clark? Reason being my bank account has recently grown to the size where this would not set me back very much and if it saves me time and hassle I'm all for it.

    https://airtaxi.ph/helicopter-tours-...ippines-rates/#tab3.
    Good post. I haven't taken the chopper MNL-CRK but I am a pilot and I have investigated the options. If you can afford it, then do it.

    ABC does have a rooftop pad but I believe it is weight limited. I do know some customers who took the chopper option but their checked luggage came by road.

    Your luggage weight for the smaller R44 will also be a problem if you have a few of you and 30 kgs luggage per person.

    If you really want some aviation adventure PH style then consider a multi-stop trip around Luzon or the other islands. This is what I was investigating when I was there.

  6. #13800

    Another Day In Paradise

    One of our banks was busted by the regulator last week and fined $1.3 billion. First they let the Muslim terrorist types send money through over-the-counter teller transactions to ISIS so they can keep blowing up US Marine humvees. Then they let sick mongers send money to pimps in Flipsville for various dubious purposes. Apparently the bank should have been more alert since they were small, regular transactions going to Flipsville. There should have been an automatic alarm. Hahaha. I wonder if any ISG mongers are embroiled in this? The Philippines seems to attract the most unsavoury types on the planet.

    https://www.news.com.au/finance/busi...0a124b8fafdb8e

    If all countries were ranked according to generosity, the US would lead the pack and be the best 'Giver'. The Philippines, on the other hand, would be at the bottom of the pile and be the best 'Taker'. I can't think of anything good to come out of the Philippines apart from balut and may be cheap labor to crew the world's merchant cargo fleet! Nope, I'm not going to include call centres as most of the LBFMs who work those are bird brained nincompoops who can't solve the most basic problem. Hahaha. And grown men are going ape-shit over this corrupt, third world shithole? Seems like most will die without getting their marshmallows sucked one last time. Hahaha.

  7. #13799
    Quote Originally Posted by SoapySmith  [View Original Post]
    One, you could hold up masks in a laboratory, intentionally try to blow aerosol particles through them, and measure what gets through.
    https://www.pbs.org/video/how-well-d...s-work-ke2qje/

  8. #13798

    Air Taxi Phil

    I have been making so much money lately that this has become reasonably priced now as funny as that sounds my question is has any one tried this? You can scoff at it all you want but I hate being stuck in manila traffic and the ride to subic is horrendous.

    They say that the flight time is cut down because there is no formal check in you show up and within 15-30 mins you are in the air. I know that the cost is what it is I'm not asking how to get to these destinations the cheapest (I know how to do that). I'm asking if anyone has actually taken chartered flights around phils and / or a helicopter to clark? Reason being my bank account has recently grown to the size where this would not set me back very much and if it saves me time and hassle I'm all for it.

    https://airtaxi.ph/helicopter-tours-...ippines-rates/#tab3.

  9. #13797
    My bank account has since doubled again (and I expect it to keep doubling as long as this continues) since my last post the bull market lasted until the first week of this month so record levels of money being made and absolutely nothing to spend it on. People with money that do any kind of investing are making more money faster and easier than they ever have, on both sides of the market. I haven't had so much steak for dinner in my history on this planet. That being said I think I'm going to need to buy a second penis just to get enough time getting it in when phils opens back up.

    We debating mask effectiveness? Anyone who has fucked a bar fine bareback shouldn't be wearing a mask, these are dirty men doing dairy deeds literally swallowing veteran hookers vaginal secretions. Come on. I only wear masks in phils for what they are used for the stench of human filth that makes its way to the surface from the canals and the filth that comes out of the back end of trikes. Death rate has dropped by 50% in a very short period of time and will continue to do so, so the doom and gloom alarmists that projected the end of the world were off by 50% and that margin is growing. IF the vaccine is only 50% effective you are talking about 50% less people infected (at the very least) on top of that 50% reduction in deaths. And that also presupposes we do not make any further advancements in therapeutics. People with this fake bravado of mask or die are just sadists, ultimately punishing the poor and disenfranchised and just further exacerbating the poor's plight. This is a classic example of the rich getting ALOT richer and poor getting ALOT poorer.

    "'Best case scenario': COVID-19 vaccine approval in PH may come by April 2021, says FDA".

    https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/09/25/...-2021-says-fda

    "As COVID-19 cases surge, patients are dying at a lower rate. Here's why".

    https://www.latimes.com/california/s...-rate-improves

    "The Rich Got Richer During the Pandemic, Bailed Out by the Fed. How it Happened and Why That's Bad for the Economy".

    https://wolfstreet.com/2020/08/19/th...r-the-economy/

  10. #13796
    Quote Originally Posted by Locamotive  [View Original Post]
    A scientist from Geneva a few days ago said the mask looks like chicken wire to a virus. His comments of course will be kept off the media.

    (snip)

    I can't even imagine what a mask would look like from a electron microscope perspective, probably like he said. Chicken wire. If the mask makes you comfy, wear one but it can't stop a virus.
    So your Geneva scientist didn't actually run any experiments, he simply asserted that, because the mask is porous, it's ineffective. Assertions like that, even when they seem logical, don't carry a lot of weight when stacked up against empirical evidence. It strikes me there are perhaps three ways you could actually carry out an empirical study about mask effectiveness.

    One, you could hold up masks in a laboratory, intentionally try to blow aerosol particles through them, and measure what gets through.

    Two, from testing for covid positive cases you could try to assess what proportions of the positive patients had and had not faithfully worn masks in public. There are several difficulties with this approach. First, people lie, so their answers about mask wearing may not be entirely trustworthy. You would also need an estimate of the proportion of people in the general public wearing masks. If the proportion of positive test mask wearers is approximately the same as mask wearers in the general public, you can assume masks make little or no difference. If mask wearers among the positive testing individuals are a smaller proportion of positive cases as compared to mask wearers in the general public, then masks probably made a difference. This approach is also complicated by having to control for factors like social distancing, lockdowns, and so on.

    A third approach is to compare infection rates between areas with and without mask mandates. This seems to be the type of evidence most of the "experts" on TV are citing. There are also some potential threats to validity in this design as well: differences in population density, differences in time of initial onset of spreading in particular settings and so on.

    Bar tenders, cab drivers, and some scientists all have opinions, but evidence trumps (no pun intended) opinions.

  11. #13795

    Mask

    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    That's not what the health officials are saying, mate.
    The health official's are just trying to give everyone a warm and fuzzy. The mask most are wearing will not stop a virus. A scientist from Geneva a few days ago said the mask looks like chicken wire to a virus. His comments of course will be kept off the media. Tobacco mosic virus was the first discovered in the late 1800's but with regular microscope it could not be seen. Germans in 1931 invented the electron microscope so the virus could be identified. If you look at a typical mask with a regular microscope the weave is very far apart, I know I have one from my college days. I can't even imagine what a mask would look like from a electron microscope perspective, probably like he said. Chicken wire.

    If the mask makes you comfy, wear one but it can't stop a virus.

  12. #13794
    Many don't wear the mask properly. The virus is airborne. It survives a long time on surfaces. Including food items. It is found on frozen food items.

    The practice to promote not testing is widespread including Europe and US. Tests are expensive and take a long time.

    Some Indian cities are a great study on the covid19 virus spread. Mumbai slums are over 70% infected with the Covid19 and will show if herd immunity works. With the Taj Mahal and trains running, the virus will spread further. If heat kills the virus, it will be seen in India. So far reported death rates are low. Again, no test no virus.

    Since Trump will most likely do away with ballots or have a supreme Court stacked with his appointees to choose the next president, there will probably not be any coordinated effort to contain the spread of the virus. US troops and Marshalls will be called to stop protesters but not to stop covid19 from spreading.

    There are some tongue in cheek advice on Covid19 safe sex. I only wish I had a remote island like Berlusconi, and stock it with a harem.

    Sex and parties are still available but most are driven underground if there is a lockdown. Otherwise booking through virtual means to arrange a face to face can be done. Many just don't follow the quarantine.

  13. #13793
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    They have been tested. The micro fibre neck gator that some people wear does not protect. In fact it actually increases aerosol droplets emitted. The thinking is that the fine single layer of fabric breaks up larger droplets into smaller more aerosol sized droplets.
    I saw a guy with a beard in a store yesterday whose face covering was a coarse mesh hair net, this in a mandatory mask county. I assumed it was a passive-aggressive political statement.

  14. #13792
    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    Only by medical masks. Not or hardly by non-medical masks.
    They have been tested. The micro fibre neck gator that some people wear does not protect. In fact it actually increases aerosol droplets emitted. The thinking is that the fine single layer of fabric breaks up larger droplets into smaller more aerosol sized droplets.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2020/08/08/u...rnd/index.html

    I can buy the multi layer home made cloth ones here for 30 p. I have about a dozen, keep a couple in my car, some in my pack, I just wash them in soapy water and hang to dry after each wearing.

    No problem.

    Remember Mask it or Casket.

  15. #13791
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    The virus is on water droplets that DOES get filtered out.
    Only by medical masks. Not or hardly by non-medical masks.

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