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8th Nov 2012, 13:56
Replies: 105
Views: 39,422
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

AAIB Report published

Very sad. My condolences to the family of the pilot who died.

At least by following the joining instructions published for an airfield everyone has a better idea of where aircraft might be.
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4th Nov 2012, 19:57
Replies: 12
Views: 4,004
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

Umm...........

Umm...........
4th Nov 2012, 08:27
Replies: 8
Views: 6,145
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

Another article - with a little more detail, ...

Another article - with a little more detail,

Pilots escape uninjured from crashed plane in North Yorkshire (From York Press)...
26th Oct 2012, 13:37
Replies: 26
Views: 6,103
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

Perhaps one of the most "impressive" trips in a...

Perhaps one of the most "impressive" trips in a Piper Cub. It left an impression on me.

Look carefuly for the detail!!

London to Sydney Air Race Doc 2001 - YouTube
21st Oct 2012, 05:25
Replies: 31
Views: 5,715
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

What did your maintenance organisation say about...

What did your maintenance organisation say about the hot cylinder when they checked it?

That is assuming you asked them to check it out before a cylinder fails in flight on you??

What are the...
14th Oct 2012, 08:47
Replies: 31
Views: 4,427
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

I have bought a number of aircraft over the years...

I have bought a number of aircraft over the years and helped others in the purchase of theirs.

Once a decision has been made about what you want the aircraft to do (is it for touring, VFR or IFR,...
13th Oct 2012, 20:54
Replies: 235
Views: 23,587
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

A&C, My comment was directed about the hole in...

A&C, My comment was directed about the hole in the wing skin. We looked at buying a SR22 at one point and what impressed me was the degree of structural strength in the design, not from just the spar...
13th Oct 2012, 16:00
Replies: 235
Views: 23,587
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

My take on the statement is that incorrect...

My take on the statement is that incorrect control input may place the aircraft beyond recovery through further use of the controls.

On another note, 1200' to recover from a spin (from input of...
13th Oct 2012, 13:29
Replies: 235
Views: 23,587
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

An interesting report. In summary: It...

An interesting report.

In summary: It talks of the spin charecteristics not being fully tested as required for JAA certification WITHOUT the CAPS system being fitted.

I do note the one...
13th Oct 2012, 10:04
Replies: 235
Views: 23,587
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

Hi Fuji - Do you have a link to the EASA spinning...

Hi Fuji - Do you have a link to the EASA spinning report for the Cirrus? I could not find one,

The spin recovery you describe is not that different from the one in the POH for the Terrohawk.
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13th Oct 2012, 09:11
Replies: 235
Views: 23,587
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

Rory Dixon; My quotes were from Philip Greenspun...

Rory Dixon; My quotes were from Philip Greenspun - he is a very well respected pilot and Cirrus owner.

Cirrus SR20 (and a bit about the SR22) (http://philip.greenspun.com/flying/cirrus-sr20)
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13th Oct 2012, 07:17
Replies: 235
Views: 23,587
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

007 - Sadly I think there are hints within your...

007 - Sadly I think there are hints within your posts of a lack of understanding of the issues with respect to the Cirrus. Without doubt its a great aeroplane, its fast, flies great and certainly...
12th Oct 2012, 22:18
Replies: 235
Views: 23,587
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

That's an interesting observation. Please tell us...

That's an interesting observation. Please tell us more about your experiences spinning aircraft and how you have arrived at that conclusion?

Have you ever spun the SR22 or variants?

If the...
12th Oct 2012, 21:48
Replies: 235
Views: 23,587
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

Refresh my memory 007 - exactly why was the chute...

Refresh my memory 007 - exactly why was the chute fitted to enable certification?

To help - a clue: SPINNING

Not as a get out of trouble at all stages of flight card...
12th Oct 2012, 21:19
Replies: 235
Views: 23,587
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

28.69ft per second, that is a pretty heavy...

28.69ft per second, that is a pretty heavy deceleration,
12th Oct 2012, 20:57
Replies: 235
Views: 23,587
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

FA - Good points, even with small wheels and...

FA - Good points, even with small wheels and 60kts, Points 1 to 5 shout out for an attempt at an off airfield landing
12th Oct 2012, 20:51
Replies: 235
Views: 23,587
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

Having had some experience of the cost and...

Having had some experience of the cost and complexity of composite repairs I am amazed that the repair cost is so low. The AC in the video has significant wing root damage from the wheel spat, the...
12th Oct 2012, 09:56
Replies: 150
Views: 15,101
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

At Birmingham (UK) when it had an active GA...

At Birmingham (UK) when it had an active GA community, it was a requirement that students had been trained to divert to another airfield (Wellesbourne was the airfield of choice) prior to their first...
10th Oct 2012, 20:56
Replies: 18
Views: 2,373
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

What about the extra burden of inspection to...

What about the extra burden of inspection to ensure reliability in IFR conditions, for example altimeter pressure testing, ASI calibration, radio certification, dual systems where needed, the list...
10th Oct 2012, 20:14
Replies: 18
Views: 2,373
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

The difficulty I guess is deciding where the...

The difficulty I guess is deciding where the cutoff point is. In my opinion if you are going to fly with passengers in IFR conditions then you need the safety and redundancy of the minimum equpment...
4th Oct 2012, 11:06
Replies: 45
Views: 5,804
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

Still around, just busy doing what I enjoy most -...

Still around, just busy doing what I enjoy most - messing around with aircraft!!

Some very interesting questions raised in the thread, shall be interested to see if anyone posts any real answers....
22nd Sep 2012, 12:55
Replies: 2
Views: 814
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

Google Brian Mellor (BM Aviation) at Jerez....

Google Brian Mellor (BM Aviation) at Jerez. Excellent school and they have a 172
22nd Sep 2012, 12:32
Replies: 37
Views: 6,325
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

I see that G-BIFY is one of the EX Bonus Aviation...

I see that G-BIFY is one of the EX Bonus Aviation aircraft. How much work have you got to do to comply with the latest Cessna blurb?

The cost of that work might temper the amount of money to...
15th Sep 2012, 22:44
Replies: 4
Views: 2,464
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

Good news - both crew ejected, one no injuries,...

Good news - both crew ejected, one no injuries, the other some back problems.

ASN Aircraft accident 15-SEP-2012 Aero L-39C Albatros ES-YLS (http://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/wiki.php?id=149156)
12th Sep 2012, 19:32
Replies: 39
Views: 4,265
Posted By goldeneaglepilot

Pace - well said. It's only to easy to...

Pace - well said.

It's only to easy to drift into IFR at night. Potentially a killer.
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