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Remember briefly using Four Forces Aviation...

Remember briefly using Four Forces Aviation ground school notes for a time. Didn't seem to last too long, if I remember correctly there might have been some legal or copyright issues?
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Posted By RichardH

Exactly Alex which is why with some regret I am...

Exactly Alex which is why with some regret I am retiring from TKI this year as I can no longer put up with this crap.
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Having both sat & written exams for my previous...

Having both sat & written exams for my previous (non aviation) profession these exams are bloody disgrace & embarrassing especially for a so called 'professional qualification'. As stated they give...
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Posted By RichardH

along with can't use a calculator. I remember...

along with can't use a calculator. I remember those days
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Posted By RichardH

The late great Sandy Thomson - "high class...

The late great Sandy Thomson - "high class rubbish" was another description, time for a 'dish of tea' as he would say.
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Posted By RichardH

Evening josecr1980, the ED6 chart you refer to...

Evening josecr1980, the ED6 chart you refer to comes as part (along with lots of other charts) of the 1999 Jeppesen Student Manual - see first photo.

BUT there is also a new Jeppesen General...
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Posted By RichardH

Very sad - Coventry was a great place to instruct...

Very sad - Coventry was a great place to instruct at, especially back in the ProPilot & the early CTC days. L3 Coventry was a very different animal than L3 Southampton, we actually had windows you...
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Posted By RichardH

When I was learning back in the 70s one of my...

When I was learning back in the 70s one of my early solo cross-country flights was to fly from Birmingham EGBB in a C150 (those were the days) to overfly Halfpenny Green (Wolverhampton...
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Posted By RichardH

You can put the datum anywhere you like. So in...

You can put the datum anywhere you like. So in this case I am going to make the datum on the main wheels.

2 x 725 = 1450 kg x arm to main wheels 10 m = -14500
4 x 6000 = 24000 kg x zero arm...
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Posted By RichardH

On BGS you can search for questions containing...

On BGS you can search for questions containing "GSPRM" there are about 70 of them last time I looked this will bring up all the new Jeppesen Manual questions both VFR & IFR. It is not so friendly...
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Posted By RichardH

I should stick to Stapleford just on the grounds...

I should stick to Stapleford just on the grounds it's so convenient. Flying training can be very tiring, a 20 minute drive is very easy an 1:45 will become a pain after a while. Being so close...
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Posted By RichardH

It won't make any difference to an airline where...

It won't make any difference to an airline where you do your PPL via the modular route. Schools trying to flog you a full ATPL course come up with this all the time, don't fall for it. Several...
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Posted By RichardH

How very true. Welcome to the world of EASA...

How very true.

Welcome to the world of EASA exams, nothing to do with flight safety but out to trick you along revenue generation for the numerous aviation authorities.
Rightly or wrongly just...
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Posted By RichardH

Having instructed this high class rubbish for...

Having instructed this high class rubbish for over 20 years & using a razor sharp pencil the CURRENT graph gives you 26000. However these graphs are not the original ones from Boeing when the...
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Posted By RichardH

Try the UK Met Office, you might have to register...

Try the UK Met Office, you might have to register for an account. https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/premium/generalaviation/#/metarDecodeInformation
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Posted By RichardH

Modular ATPL is possible in 6-7 months but you...

Modular ATPL is possible in 6-7 months but you are going to have to be very focused & committed with no distractions & little or no social life. I did have a CPL(H) student do it 5 months working...
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Posted By RichardH

Jon87 on the information given I too get 124/22...

Jon87 on the information given I too get 124/22 on my trusty CRP-5. So it looks like you are doing things correctly.

Richard (ATPL GN Instructor)
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Posted By RichardH

As others have suggested I should just...

As others have suggested I should just concentrate on doing the PPL theory which 'should' provide a reasonable base line to start your ATPLs eventually. Most of the PPL exams do actually bear some...
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Posted By RichardH

Stanley Cash Again & Again (UK CAA) have...

Stanley

Cash Again & Again (UK CAA) have always reserved the right to use other publications in addition to CAPs but rarely do. I have been a TKI for 20 years including transferring from CAA to...
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Posted By RichardH

Both my 1975 E6-B2 and 1977 CRP-5 both give the...

Both my 1975 E6-B2 and 1977 CRP-5 both give the correct answers above. Don't forget on both of the above problems you will NOT have to correct for drift (balancing/shuffling) as you have been given a...
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Posted By RichardH

It looks like 14 degrees of right/starboard drift...

It looks like 14 degrees of right/starboard drift (not 5), agree answer 190(T)/63
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Posted By RichardH

Logbook entries showing flight is enough no other...

Logbook entries showing flight is enough no other paperwork. I personally should annotate log book to indicate that this is a CPL QXC. I always used to keep my landing fee receipts as further...
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Posted By RichardH

I have been around long enough to remember the...

I have been around long enough to remember the days of proper sponsorships when airlines (including BA) actually PAID (true sponsorship) for you to go and get your Frozen ATPL then you of course...
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Posted By RichardH

GF yes believe or not these 2 questions are from...

GF yes believe or not these 2 questions are from the European EASA ATPL theory exams and have been around for years, probably since Admiral Horatio Nelson got wings. HMS Victory didn't have FMS so...
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Posted By RichardH

Welcome to the forum bhsap. Some thought...

Welcome to the forum bhsap.

Some thought provoking questions here. Everybody has different goals, ability, budget & motivation and what might be best for you might be very different than another....
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