The impeller is mounted within the inlet duct and is driven by the engine.
It takes seawater via the inlet opening on the underside of the vessel and discharges via the outlet nozzle and the steering nozzle at the transom.
It's honestly the worst thing about the place. You'll estimate a project before you have any knowledge of it, absolutely every time guaranteed, and then something else will come up towards the end of the project and you'll suddenly be behind and everyone will get stressed because you've told the CEO you'll deliver something on day X and suddenly it looks like you won't.
Pros Rapidly growing company with many opportunities.
Obviously some jokers in there but for the most part they are very hard working. There is a big push for "one team" within the company but it doesn't feel like one team at all.
Raises are given pretty much every year, company wide. Depending on which team (or subteam) you're in it can vary quite a fair bit. A lot of the time big projects are given to one team or the other causing the devs on that team to be incredibly overworked. They'll say they are when you interview but they are not agile at all.
When the crew warned that their behaviour may lead to a diversion of the aircraft, Wilson responded by challenging them to do so, using strong and abusive language.
Briston also aggressively pushed a cabin crew member in the chest.
The vessel will float and not list more than 10 degrees to the horizontal allowing the launching of liferafts.
Each waterjet consists of an inlet duct that forms an integral part of the hull, a pump impeller, outlet nozzle, steering nozzle and a reversing bucket.
Speaking after the decision, Phil Ward, MD of Jet2said: “The behaviour of Mr Wilson and Mr Briston was deplorable, and we welcome this decision by Middlesbrough County Court, which is the latest in a number of judgments handed down against disruptive passengers.