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Old 17th May 2018, 15:43
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Seagull201
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I'm referring to general aviation flying training at night.

I'm sure you're quite qualified to do a forced landing at night time and land on a highway, over a residential area and walk away from the aircraft uninjured.

Only if you're superman.

I'm sure it feels wonderful, flying in a single over terrain such as Katoomba at night.

At least in a twin gives an added safety factor.

When a single runs into a house a night whilst conducting circuits, rules will change in a heartbeat.

i'm not CASA mister, it's up to them, so don't panic.