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Old 22nd May 2024, 17:34
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Great thread

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Old 29th May 2024, 11:37
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Hi.

We have started a series of free lessons and explanations with videos about "problem topics" for ATPL students.

The first one is about chart convergency. https://www.easy-pilot.com/blog/what...rt-convergency

If there is any topic you need help with just reply on this comment with the name of the "problem topic" and we will try to help.
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Old 5th Jun 2024, 22:31
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Originally Posted by Hawkers
Hi.

We have started a series of free lessons and explanations with videos about "problem topics" for ATPL students.

The first one is about chart convergency.

If there is any topic you need help with just reply on this comment with the name of the "problem topic" and we will try to help.
Thanks, that is actually pretty straight forward. Any chance you can do one on fuel planning? Point of equal time, safe return, and the reduced contingency?

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Old 6th Jun 2024, 05:55
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"Chart convergency refers to the phenomenon where meridians (lines of longitude) converge towards the poles on a Mercator projection aeronautical chart. "

Your first problem is that the meridians do not converge on a Mercator chart...... they are parallel. Shirley you mean Lambert?


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Old 22nd Jun 2024, 19:36
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Old 2nd Jul 2024, 07:34
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Post and Video about reduced contingency fuel procedure:

https://www.easy-pilot.com/blog/redu...fuel-procedure
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Detailed guide about the ECQB2024 update being impletemented recently.

https://www.easy-pilot.com/blog/ecqb...te-explanation
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