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Old 12th Jun 2019, 21:57
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Of course some of the blame lies with the folk who set the rules, not the folk who write the exam. I wrote Bristow’s exam for the EC225 type rating but was constrained by Mr EASA’s rules. For example we had to have x number of questions on aircraft limitations. So we inevitably had to have some numbers for airframe, transmission, engine and system limits, even though the relevant point was only about the green, amber and red markings on the gauges (and who cares about the numbers!).
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