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3 green's
11th Apr 2003, 02:28
HI ALL

could somebody please let me know what the permitted uses are for a PC-12/45 in JAA member states ? (commercial operations)

my understanding is that they may fly to much to the same minmima / WX conditions as a B200 king air in the USA (Part 135)

thanks

3 green's

Stan Evil
12th Apr 2003, 04:41
At present no single engine aircraft can be used for public transport IFR. This should change in the next couple of months but there may well be a freight-only limitation imposed.

3 green's
12th Apr 2003, 16:57
q1 can you use a nice 20 year old BE 55 for IFR / IMC / PAX

Q2 ON THE BASIS THAT YOU CAN IN FACT USE THE BARRON AS DESCRIBED ABOVE ---WHAT WHOULD YOU CHOOSE TO FLY ON A DARK AND STORMY NIGHT WITH LOTS OF WX AND ICE ABOUT (A PT6 POWERED NEWISH PC12/45 OR CARAVAN OR THAT "TRUSTY OLD BARRON")

OK OK I'LL TELL YOU I WHOULD CHOOSE SOMETHING WITH A PT 6 UPFRONT - I CHOOSE LIFE...

:p :p :p :p :p :p