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Posted By outside_loop

99jolegg, the 'risk' is no different with an...

99jolegg,
the 'risk' is no different with an integrated candidate. any assessment prior to the course was done by a flight school with a huge vested interest. It has little credibility. Not knocking...
6th Mar 2008, 09:35
Replies: 15
Views: 4,496
Posted By outside_loop

does anyone have a link for this? or was it in...

does anyone have a link for this? or was it in flight international?
27th Feb 2008, 12:23
Replies: 26
Views: 2,278
Posted By outside_loop

the turbo arrow is basically a 1 engine seneca....

the turbo arrow is basically a 1 engine seneca. (dont buy one though - its ok, but there are nicer, more modern a/c available now with modern engines and all the trimmings). the arrow will carry...
21st Feb 2008, 12:28
Replies: 37
Views: 4,298
Posted By outside_loop

Dinger, theres no issue of an abuse of power....

Dinger,
theres no issue of an abuse of power. You're dealing with an adult who can make their own mind up about any relationship of any type. you're not clergy. you're not a doctor - you donít have...
8th Feb 2008, 17:01
Replies: 30
Views: 4,342
Posted By outside_loop

:yuk: people will tell you this type of stuff to...

:yuk: people will tell you this type of stuff to make themselves feel better about pawning granny's wedding ring to pay OAT for the course. But its obviously bollocks. you cant buy intelligence or...
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Views: 4,749
Posted By outside_loop

it doesnt handle the failure itself. you switch...

it doesnt handle the failure itself. you switch off the master switch and the prop feathers - in the same way that you pull the blue lever in a pa34 and....the prop feathers. its not rocket science...
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Posted By outside_loop

you need differences training to fly ANY twin you...

you need differences training to fly ANY twin you havent flown before, its not specific to the DA42.

also, you use raw data for your IR in the DA42, just like in an old spam can, only difference...
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Posted By outside_loop

i broadly agree with WWW, things donít look good...

i broadly agree with WWW, things donít look good really, although he has more faith in the 'economic cycle' concept than i have. i hope it doesnít turn out to be as bad as it might be, but i'm glad i...
2nd Feb 2008, 15:22
Replies: 6
Views: 953
Posted By outside_loop

So, a FI can do everything a CRI can AND train ab...

So, a FI can do everything a CRI can AND train ab initio students too?? (have never been sure what the CRI rating was...)
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Posted By outside_loop

i would have been in this situation too but had...

i would have been in this situation too but had gliding hours which can be counted towards cpl issue, 30 hrs of it anyway (read the small print in lasors if this applies to you). you do need 200hrs...
29th Jan 2008, 12:33
Replies: 3
Views: 637
Posted By outside_loop

Reasonably priced twin for MEP reval

hi everyone,

i'd like to reval my MEP rating in a couple of months time - does anyone know of a reasonably priced twin i could do it on? in the south of the country. i learned on a DA42, which...
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Views: 1,100
Posted By outside_loop

its not you - the crp 5 is poorly built. Most of...

its not you - the crp 5 is poorly built. Most of the ones i've seen have been gash for one reason or another. I donít think pooleys have any quality control despite the 70 quid asking price - my old...
28th Jan 2008, 15:56
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Posted By outside_loop

blimey, 2 mccs eh! Mind you, if we do go...

blimey, 2 mccs eh!

Mind you, if we do go into recession it wouldnít surprise me if the airlines start asking for 2 cpls and an IR on a plane with 4 engines instead of 2!!

i'm guessing you've...
28th Jan 2008, 12:38
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Posted By outside_loop

thanks zk so unlike the ryanair thing - the...

thanks zk

so unlike the ryanair thing - the airline pays for the type rating etc, but, you have to basically gamble £7K on an mcc which costs £2K anywhere else, and then you still could be told...
27th Jan 2008, 19:55
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Posted By outside_loop

so the mcc course at ctc is the final selection...

so the mcc course at ctc is the final selection stage to see whether you progress to joining an airline and start a type rating etc? that sounds like a job interview costing £7K - or have i...
20th Jan 2008, 20:20
Replies: 23
Views: 3,548
Posted By outside_loop

Re: the taildragger differences issue, Iím trying...

Re: the taildragger differences issue, Iím trying to find out at the moment whether doing it on a SLMG/TMG counts for SEP types too. Couldnít find anywhere in LASORS that said it didnt. LASORS did...
16th Jan 2008, 17:37
Replies: 23
Views: 3,548
Posted By outside_loop

Yes its odd, TMG is a JAA rating, SLMG is a...

Yes its odd, TMG is a JAA rating, SLMG is a national rating - a relic of the old CAA administered regime, pre JAA. There isnít much difference in terms of how the two aircraft classes are defined, as...
15th Jan 2008, 12:16
Replies: 9
Views: 1,510
Posted By outside_loop

thanks whopity, that settles it then!

thanks whopity, that settles it then!
14th Jan 2008, 16:06
Replies: 9
Views: 1,510
Posted By outside_loop

thanks for the replies. yes - i guess the...

thanks for the replies.

yes - i guess the turbine caravan is a likely contender, as i'm pretty sure theres no type rating for it, but you presumably cant fly it on a SEP rating (there being no...
14th Jan 2008, 12:22
Replies: 9
Views: 1,510
Posted By outside_loop

SET and MET class ratings

i was getting some info from my licence yesterday and happened to notice the existence of SET (single engine turbine) and MET (multi) class ratings in the abbreviations section.

never heard of...
Replies: 3
Views: 659
Posted By outside_loop

It might be cheaper in theory - not sure - but i...

It might be cheaper in theory - not sure - but i wouldnt if i were you!
why? because you'll need to take two IR flight tests - they're expensive in themselves, but what happens when you find you...
Replies: 3
Views: 1,494
Posted By outside_loop

yep i was in this situation. you still...

yep i was in this situation.

you still need to have 150 hrs total time to start the cpl course, but the 30hrs of gliding can be counted towards the 200hrs for cpl licence issue.
3rd Jan 2008, 15:54
Replies: 9
Views: 1,430
Posted By outside_loop

you need to do 5 hrs before the FI course? ...

you need to do 5 hrs before the FI course?

within what period?
3rd Jan 2008, 07:15
Replies: 8
Views: 1,434
Posted By outside_loop

the exams only expire if you dont renew the...

the exams only expire if you dont renew the instrument rating for more than 7 years, which i will, i just wondered whether anyone had any inside knowledge about what will happen in the transition
2nd Jan 2008, 16:20
Replies: 8
Views: 1,434
Posted By outside_loop

JAA CPL/IR after EASA

I have a JAA CPL/IR and am about to do an instructors rating. I wont be able to convert this to an ATPL while working as an instructor and i wonder what will happen to it when EASA licensing is in...
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