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16th Aug 2020, 19:16
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Tinstaafi, that is intriguing, I know accident...

Tinstaafi, that is intriguing, I know accident stats are always skewed as you only tend to hear the accidents with fatal outcomes reported (ie: Engine faliures where they end up landing safely rarely...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

There is no substantiated information to suggest...

There is no substantiated information to suggest the Oxford site will close. Ground school is moving to one of the Gatwick sites that is it, flight training will continue at Oxford.
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

ZFT, yes you are right, just done a quick search...

ZFT, yes you are right, just done a quick search on CAE sites at Gatwick and it seems there are two CAE site's in close proximity, the original one at Fleming Way (which I was referring to) and CAE...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

B61, the CAE Gatwick site is not new, it has been...

B61, the CAE Gatwick site is not new, it has been around for quite some time, I did a sim assessment there in 2014, so it has been around for a while, not sure exactly when it opened.

But as I...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Not aware it is needed for license issue, but you...

Not aware it is needed for license issue, but you will need before you can start your first multi pilot type rating.
28th Jun 2020, 18:50
Replies: 10
Views: 1,006
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Possibly getting confused with a UK CAA...

Possibly getting confused with a UK CAA concession that allows Instrument instructor privileges to be added to a FI(A) but limited to teaching for the IRR (imc) only, gets stamped on the UK license...
28th Jun 2020, 12:49
Replies: 7
Views: 2,168
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Also while many Kingairs are now operated multi...

Also while many Kingairs are now operated multi crew, most companies still require the FO to have 500 to 700 hours total time, so 200 hours and a King Air rating you wont be insurable.
24th Jun 2020, 23:30
Replies: 7
Views: 2,230
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Key point here, "yet we are still on lay off...

Key point here,
"yet we are still on lay off with reduced salary"

You are receiving a reduced salary, this sound more like furloughed not laid off. If they are still paying your salary (even if...
Replies: 18
Views: 3,004
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Such short memories everyone, I suggest everyone...

Such short memories everyone, I suggest everyone should research the recruitment practices in the last downturn; prior to the very intermittent recruitment boom of 2017 to 2019, a lot of low hour...
Replies: 203
Views: 57,036
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Parkfell, you are partly correct, there is an 18...

Parkfell, you are partly correct, there is an 18 months time limit to complete the exams once the first exam is sat, the 36 months for completing the training starts from when the exams are...
11th Jun 2020, 21:45
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Just to add, while it is not just having a...

Just to add, while it is not just having a Progress Test being done by an appropriate examiner but the core phase also needs to cover the all the content as a PPL; as all MPL courses are different...
9th Jun 2020, 06:27
Replies: 14
Views: 3,308
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Thanks Awair, the CAA system was just before my...

Thanks Awair, the CAA system was just before my time, so I should have said I was referring I was referring to JAA and EASA. I wasn't aware of how the Pre-JAA system worked regard to the IRs. The...
8th Jun 2020, 19:44
Replies: 17
Views: 2,005
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Monty Niveau, Your "2 Cents" ties in very...

Monty Niveau,


Your "2 Cents" ties in very well with the AMC;

i) category A — an aerodrome that meets all of the following requirements:
(A) an approved instrument approach procedure;
(B) at...
8th Jun 2020, 18:33
Replies: 14
Views: 3,308
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Parkfell, apologies to be pedantic, but the LST...

Parkfell, apologies to be pedantic, but the LST on the A320 gives a MPA/IR (which as you correctly said is type specific) the IR on a piston twin is a SPA/IR.

There were a handful of old...
6th Jun 2020, 18:43
Replies: 17
Views: 2,005
Posted By portsharbourflyer

"Your post contained an error". Yes I called an...

"Your post contained an error". Yes I called an AMC a regulation, accepted, what still stands is that AMC is the most relevant piece of information in the documentation set with regard to the subject...
6th Jun 2020, 13:31
Replies: 17
Views: 2,005
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Lets keep the post on topic, SEPP you can lecture...

Lets keep the post on topic, SEPP you can lecture about the semantics of Regs and AMC, but as Bizjetjock points out 95% of operators will use the AMC guidance as an absolute minimum.

In response...
Replies: 8
Views: 1,301
Posted By portsharbourflyer

MrPeewee, only you know you circumstances, do you...

MrPeewee, only you know you circumstances, do you need a ME/IR right now or can you cope with just a SPA SE/IR?


Have you previously held a MPA ME/IR?
Now to do you first type rating it use to...
6th Jun 2020, 07:52
Replies: 17
Views: 2,005
Posted By portsharbourflyer

SEPP you need to go a few pages down on the...

SEPP you need to go a few pages down on the regulation.

(i) category A — an aerodrome that meets all of the following requirements:
(A) an approved instrument approach procedure;
(B) at least...
Replies: 8
Views: 1,301
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Believe the rules have recently changed (infact I...

Believe the rules have recently changed (infact I think EASA had the rule change a while the UK CAA has only recently implemented). So they can only grant the IR validity if you have a relevant...
Replies: 203
Views: 57,036
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Yes you can renew the medical without even...

Yes you can renew the medical without even flying. If you are under 40, while the class 1 medical expires after 12 months, it is still then gives you a Class 2 medical for a further 4 years (5 years...
31st May 2020, 16:27
Replies: 281
Views: 128,294
Posted By portsharbourflyer

"Also be weary of IT professionals who claim that...

"Also be weary of IT professionals who claim that they "CAN" make more money than flying but only working 2 days a week, on a professional pilot forum of all places. Okay mate sure ya can"
...
Replies: 6
Views: 552
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Daniel, To clarify if you obtain a South...

Daniel,

To clarify if you obtain a South African CPL/IR, then the conversion is as you stated, sit the 14 ATPL exams, to convert the CPL it is then training as required and the EASA skill test,...
23rd May 2020, 18:26
Replies: 15
Views: 2,185
Posted By portsharbourflyer

I will normally fly solo from the right hand side...

I will normally fly solo from the right hand side when I need to do a solo flight (quite rarely to be fair these days), though probably not a PA28 purely for the reason the fuel selector switch is...
Replies: 203
Views: 57,036
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Peter_Ahons, if you are worried about finishing...

Peter_Ahons, if you are worried about finishing training in a hiring wave then its best for you to stop flying now and go find a different industry.
In the last 20 years the only hiring boom was...
Replies: 203
Views: 57,036
Posted By portsharbourflyer

"It always amazes me that those enrolling think...

"It always amazes me that those enrolling think it is all about aeroplane design. It is not. 90% of the course is mathematics":

While what you say is in essence correct, I think the better way to...
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