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Old 20th Jun 2014, 12:03
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Back at Manila today, taxiing past the local low cost carriers

Park up the aircraft

And discover that an engineer has a pair of pet goats
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Old 20th Jun 2014, 12:10
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One of which has a PAIR of Kahunas!!

The tail on that ATR looks a little crooked. Is that normal?

Pianoman, where do the nosewheels on that boat of yours retract into?
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Bloggsie, I was very impressed!

As for the wheels, the retract up, however the front nose wheels are always exposed and out of the water line!
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That's an original looking c model Aztec sitting there!!
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Yes. We're all very proud of HARS and everybody involved.
Thanks guys and I'll see if I can give you a hand soon.


Cheers, S.
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Old 25th Jun 2014, 09:46
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Taken over Wollongong last weekend

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Check this out from about the 2:50 mark, some great (but somewhat scary) flying !

BHSH PILOT EPISODE 20 - River Hang out in BUSH PILOT SERIES on Vimeo
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Old 28th Jun 2014, 11:14
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Some joy in mid-winter weather patterns.....

Friday - YWHA/YMEN
Jabba - Lean of Peak of course..... (59% power/ 43L/hr per side)



and going downhill

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Old 28th Jun 2014, 11:30
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Check this out from about the 2:50 mark, some great (but somewhat scary) flying !
Spectacular to look at, but the sort of stuff that gets people killed, promoting unsafe flying in LSA aircraft.
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Why is it that drivers are apparently able to distinguish a rally driver's antics on TV from acceptable behaviour on the highway and yet showing anything risky in the aviation sphere is seen as a sure path to doom? I don't buy it.
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Whats the aircraft type UTR? That looks damn satisfying.
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Why is it that drivers are apparently able to distinguish a rally driver's antics on TV from acceptable behaviour on the highway and yet showing anything risky in the aviation sphere is seen as a sure path to doom? I don't buy it.
Because almost every pilot thinks they are better than everyone else. therefor, anyone doing something outside their comfort zone is on a one way ticket to hell.


What would happen if a Jabiru was flown around a red bull air race course? OMG ! the stupidity! what would they say if they were told it was Matt Hall or Paul Bonholme flying it at the time?
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They would say 'Who? By the way, when is Hannes due on track?'
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Whats the aircraft type UTR? That looks damn satisfying.
601P
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(needed 10 characters)
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Old 28th Jun 2014, 20:08
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Old 28th Jun 2014, 22:43
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ok then:

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Looks like you've set area qnh 1003 a bit early
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Old 28th Jun 2014, 23:44
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Megle2. Not according to AIP 1.7 2.1.4, he hasn't.
Set QNH anytime when on descent to an altitude before passing the 'Transition Level'.

Although it would make it a bit iffy if asked to report "level 'leaving'". ;-)

601P! I'd like one of them for christmas. Please Santa.
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something for nothing

Jabba - Lean of Peak of course..... (59% power/ 43L/hr per side)
So which one was it - 59% or 43 L/hr?

11.35 gph x 13.75 = 156hp

Either you've got 265hp engines or you were cruising at 45% power on 350hp engines, or the FF k-factor has been sneakily reset on you...

Just curious, no gotcha intended!

-- added -- do the 290hp aerostars have a MCP rating of 265hp perhaps?

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