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23rd May 2016, 20:40
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Posted By athonite

Why, please enlighten me!

Why, please enlighten me!
23rd May 2016, 19:41
Replies: 30
Views: 4,627
Posted By athonite

I say this as a CRM profesional, fireflybob, in...

I say this as a CRM profesional, fireflybob, in my experience in arilnes he was the best,
23rd May 2016, 19:38
Replies: 30
Views: 4,627
Posted By athonite

Ghengis, I need to say Flyflybob is not qualified...

Ghengis, I need to say Flyflybob is not qualified as a CRM trainer as far as I know, more importantly he is an advocate or CRM and Human Factors, an experienced ailine pilot, but CRM in his DNA, I...
23rd May 2016, 19:21
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Views: 9,686
Posted By athonite

If im apply rudder, to prefent further wing drop,...

If im apply rudder, to prefent further wing drop, would I not be putting the aircraft in balance, very different to raising the stalling wing with rudder?
23rd May 2016, 15:26
Replies: 47
Views: 9,686
Posted By athonite

This term 'using rudder to pick up a wing' has...

This term 'using rudder to pick up a wing' has been going on for years it really iritating just as to 'kicking the rudder'. It really down to poor instructional use of language and a lack of...
4th Sep 2015, 19:39
Replies: 1,757
Views: 892,554
Posted By athonite

Well this display would have been regulated...

Well this display would have been regulated within the display authorisation, can I kindly ask if the DA profile was not met.

But, also as professional pilots we apply margin in terms of take off...
4th Sep 2015, 19:24
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Views: 892,554
Posted By athonite

But all the indications are that the loop started...

But all the indications are that the loop started at below 500 ft, why, what was the margin for error?
4th Sep 2015, 18:58
Replies: 1,757
Views: 892,554
Posted By athonite

In the news today, top of loop was 2600 ft at...

In the news today, top of loop was 2600 ft at 100kts, fine in a BAe Bulldog, even Neil McCarthy, PPL JP3 and Hunter (?) display pilot, has stated it was a bit low and slow.

Apparently no defects...
25th Aug 2015, 22:19
Replies: 1,757
Views: 892,554
Posted By athonite

Courteny Mil Is it possible based on your...

Courteny Mil

Is it possible based on your 'expert evidence' you could disclose your full name and address on pprune, so we can pass your details onto the coroner, as you are clearly the right...
25th Aug 2015, 21:54
Replies: 1,757
Views: 892,554
Posted By athonite

APG you miss the point. In any accident,...

APG you miss the point.

In any accident, loss of life or assets, are never down to a a single person, hence pilot error does not exist, was Three Mile Island 'operator error', was Herald of Free...
25th Aug 2015, 19:55
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Views: 892,554
Posted By athonite

JFZ has hit the nail on the head with his...

JFZ has hit the nail on the head with his comments, such as the aircraft ran out of height, was the display to risky and what were the margins.

For those professional pilot's on here, we all know...
25th Aug 2015, 16:07
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Views: 892,554
Posted By athonite

To clarify, I think that ideally the 1500 hrs...

To clarify, I think that ideally the 1500 hrs needs to be fast jet or mix of fast jet/rotary as a test pilot.

But previous fast jet experience is degraded with time, possibly. As previously...
25th Aug 2015, 12:45
Replies: 1,757
Views: 892,554
Posted By athonite

It's interesting that wingswinger mentions...

It's interesting that wingswinger mentions medical fitness and combining displaying with jets with a career as an airline pilot. Perhaps flight time limitations need to include display flying, I know...
23rd Aug 2015, 22:00
Replies: 1,087
Views: 949,035
Posted By athonite

Sadly I think there are a number of factors to...

Sadly I think there are a number of factors to consider some have already been mentioned:

(a) The BBMF standards seem very sensible, these aircraft do not need to demonstrated to their limits, and...
2nd Aug 2015, 11:12
Replies: 273
Views: 136,907
Posted By athonite

While it's always sad when a pilot loses his/her...

While it's always sad when a pilot loses his/her life, there are previous posts flagging up the pilot's RAF experience, while the press claim the pilot as ex RAF, ace, etc.. I'm not sure you can...
1st Aug 2015, 09:30
Replies: 358
Views: 212,398
Posted By athonite

I'm not sure why flying this aircraft type...

I'm not sure why flying this aircraft type privately, you wouldn't still apply 1.43, seems like good practice to me, taking into account the lack of overrun at civil fields as opposed to military...
1st Aug 2015, 09:01
Replies: 358
Views: 212,398
Posted By athonite

I agree with fairflyer, very little margin here,...

I agree with fairflyer, very little margin here, RWY 25, THR 324 ft, LDA 1059m, and the quoted landing distance for this aircraft is 799m at MLW, Sea Level, ISA.

It would interesting what biz jet...
29th Mar 2015, 12:33
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,934,907
Posted By athonite

Psychometric Testing

I'm interested the way it is being suggested by the media that psychometric tests are the answer, and likewise Lufthansa claim all their pilots undertake regular psychometric test, clearly the tests...
29th Mar 2015, 00:10
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,934,907
Posted By athonite

BASIL - since you asked ATPL/FI/IR, 32 plus types...

BASIL - since you asked ATPL/FI/IR, 32 plus types flown, in excess of twenty years experience in Aviation Human Factors, including academic research, published papers, training of crews from over...
28th Mar 2015, 23:30
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,934,907
Posted By athonite

No factor in isolation causes an accident, and...

No factor in isolation causes an accident, and this was something that Professor James Reason, of Manchester University, as one of the leading experts in Human Error always stressed including the...
26th Mar 2015, 16:56
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,934,907
Posted By athonite

FLYING OFFICER KITE - Not sure I agree with your...

FLYING OFFICER KITE - Not sure I agree with your thesis that all ex miltary types are more stable. Just remind, me what was the background of the captain who took off his trousers at the BHX security...
26th Mar 2015, 12:25
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,934,907
Posted By athonite

LADY2013 - I entirely agree with you, but...

LADY2013 - I entirely agree with you, but practicalities are going to be very difficult indeed!
26th Mar 2015, 11:10
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,934,907
Posted By athonite

KAFKY - I'm really interested interested as a...

KAFKY - I'm really interested interested as a Clinical Psychologist how you would on a practical level you would address issues of mental health within an airline? Do you have any experience of...
26th Mar 2015, 10:13
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,934,907
Posted By athonite

It seems we need a rethink here in terms of the...

It seems we need a rethink here in terms of the way we operate as follows:

(a) For short sector flights less than three hours I can see no reason why the crew need to leave the flight deck at all....
25th Mar 2015, 00:33
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,934,907
Posted By athonite

MIXTURE you have a point, perhaps PPRUNE should...

MIXTURE you have a point, perhaps PPRUNE should only allow professional pilots, engineers, air traffic controllers, and human factors specialists on here, I fall into two of these groups.

In...
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