Permanecem por esclarecer as causas da queda do avião que hoje se despenhou... – diz a notícia.
Mas não são evidentes as causas da queda? - A gravidade ! Digo eu…
Aumentaram os transportes e a gasolina... - diz a notícia.
Na verdade o que aumentou foram os preços! - Há que decifrar.
Voltando aos aviões...
Meu recorte de http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/12/30/comair_bad_box/ :
GMTGet The Register's new weekly newsletter for senior IT managers delivered to your in-box, click here. Aging server software has been blamed for Comair's holiday collapse that left thousands of travelers stranded.
Comair last week said that winter storms had affected its computer systems responsible for scheduling flight crews. At the time, however, the carrier - a subsidiary of Delta Air Lines - did not say exactly how inclement weather had brought down its boxes. It now turns out that a dinosaur of a system was only capable of handling 32,000 scheduling changes in a month (a result of the 16-bit conundrum). Snow storms caused an unusually high number of changes to be made and brought Comair's computers down.
By Ashlee Vance in ChicagoPublished Thursday 30th December 2004 21:07