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6th Jun 2022, 15:39
Replies: 32
Views: 5,066
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Spoke to my tower controller today. He reckons a...

Spoke to my tower controller today. He reckons a runway incursion is only at surface level and only when ATC / SMC is active. My airport turns to CTAF at night during which it's pretty much all at...
5th Jun 2022, 13:22
Replies: 32
Views: 5,066
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Well, as your self-deprecating answer has stated,...

Well, as your self-deprecating answer has stated, I care because I assume that ATC has stuffed up. I am still the PIC and therefore responsible beyond ATC.
5th Jun 2022, 01:44
Replies: 32
Views: 5,066
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Thanks Mr Approach, it is a great clarification,...

Thanks Mr Approach, it is a great clarification, and a bit surprising, Theoretically, per this, two aircraft taking off at the same time, colliding at 20 feet AGL at the point of the intersecting...
5th Jun 2022, 01:04
Replies: 32
Views: 5,066
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

I fly in exactly the same conditions here at Sea...

I fly in exactly the same conditions here at Sea Level Moorabbin, and lateral limits are one thing, but how high does your Class D extend? 2,500? Ours is 2,500, but I can easily fly from one side to...
5th Jun 2022, 00:42
Replies: 50
Views: 7,548
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

I'd do something like this

https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/pprune.org-vbulletin/1790x1144/id_do_something_like_this_7ab33d5d425c1ace4ac8a133ffff0a0bbafb7c1e.jpg
5th Jun 2022, 00:29
Replies: 32
Views: 5,066
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Incursions - How HIGH does a runway's airspace extend?

I have done some looking and I cannot seem to find any regs about the altitude limit of a runway's airspace in terms of considering incursions. If an airport has crossing runways and an aircraft is...
20th May 2022, 02:05
Replies: 24
Views: 5,789
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

What matters is being ABLE to walk away from it. ...

What matters is being ABLE to walk away from it. That's really the part I'm trying to increase the chances of. It would be pretty silly to have a resource like PPRune to be able to ask people to...
20th May 2022, 00:05
Replies: 24
Views: 5,789
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Loss of Power Over Water. Ditch it, or Beach it Photos

Seeing as I am a pilot in a coastal area, I was looking at the relative success rate of beach landings. Usually beach sand just above the waterline does appear to have relatively compact and often...
15th May 2022, 23:04
Replies: 19
Views: 6,939
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Nah, mate, if I worked for the tabloids I would...

Nah, mate, if I worked for the tabloids I would have also put up a gratuitous photo of Kim Kardashian's tits in the subject line. Plus, you clicked, it even without her tits.
12th May 2022, 13:34
Replies: 19
Views: 6,939
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Why would anybody fly this path?

A friend of min sent this to me and asked me WTF. Usually I can answer him, but in this case, I was also wondering WTF.

Any ideas? Either the pilot forgot his phone charger, or maybe something...
25th Mar 2022, 09:19
Replies: 8
Views: 2,017
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Any runways on Phillip Island?

G'Day guys, PPL holder in Melbourne Australia here, just looking to see if anyone knows of any private runways I might be able to ask about using on Philip Island for when the family wants to use the...
9th Oct 2021, 20:08
Replies: 7
Views: 3,778
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Yeah, thanks Chris, I found that in two seconds...

Yeah, thanks Chris, I found that in two seconds too. That's not what I'm looking for. The term is RELATIVE HEADING.
9th Oct 2021, 12:16
Replies: 7
Views: 3,778
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Never heard of this before...

Hi Guys, I'm looking at the CASA Part 61 Syllabus both PPL/CPL and on the Navigation section in point (F) there is a mention of 'RELATIVE HEADING'. What is that? I have searched and searched on...
30th Aug 2021, 04:58
Replies: 16
Views: 2,262
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Thanks for sending me that, that is what I was...

Thanks for sending me that, that is what I was looking for. But I don't think you read it right. You missed a line.... "3000 feet or 1000 feet above terrain ***WHICHEVER IS THE HIGHER*** ". So per...
29th Aug 2021, 21:54
Replies: 16
Views: 2,262
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Yay, so we can still go!!

Yay, so we can still go!!
29th Aug 2021, 11:00
Replies: 16
Views: 2,262
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Good response. It is an Australian question, and...

Good response. It is an Australian question, and looks like VFR.

I believe most of your analysis is correct, but I also note that the question states non-populous area, and flat terrain, so the...
29th Aug 2021, 03:06
Replies: 16
Views: 2,262
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Can you answer this airspace question?

Here's a Doozy:

You are at a non-controlled airfield (elevation 2700 ft and situated on flat non-populous terrain in Class G Airspace) and the base of an extensive layer of stratocumulus has been...
Forum: Questions
10th Aug 2021, 08:25
Replies: 3
Views: 1,355
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Thanks guys, I got my answer... ...

Thanks guys, I got my answer...

https://www.bobtait.com.au/forum/general-enquiries/6837-denalt-1-degree-c-120-feet-and-also-500-feet-wtf#13502
Forum: Questions
10th Aug 2021, 05:21
Replies: 3
Views: 1,355
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

DenAlt... 1C = 120 feet and also = 500 feet.

I am trying to understand WHY...

A: if you go up 500 feet the adiabatic lapse rate will reduce the temperature by 1C, which is because the air is less dense as you go up... less dense equals less...
Forum: Questions
21st Nov 2020, 08:04
Replies: 0
Views: 440
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Moorabbin ERSA

Hey, does anybody have any Airport Diagrams of Moorabbin Airport from the old days, like the 60s, or 70s, or even the 80s, back when it was a 9 runway layout? Or 10 runways if you count the grass...
13th Sep 2020, 12:38
Replies: 16
Views: 4,944
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Moorabbin Airport History New Info

OK Thanks guys for all your help. So far I have been able to locate these taxiways from history.

But... Does aynbody know or remember where the OLD Taxiway ECHO, FOXTROT, HOTEL or INDIA were?
...
12th Sep 2020, 22:23
Replies: 16
Views: 4,944
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Ive posted a photo of it i down below

Ive posted a photo of it i down below
12th Sep 2020, 22:22
Replies: 16
Views: 4,944
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Thats a good idea. Do you have any contact...

Thats a good idea. Do you have any contact details for anyone that works there?
11th Sep 2020, 06:47
Replies: 16
Views: 4,944
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

The black and white photo here shows the original...

The black and white photo here shows the original runways, I believe referred to as 27 and 29. I believe the 29 runway was later sealed but I don't have a shot of it. I do know that there is a tiny...
11th Sep 2020, 06:45
Replies: 16
Views: 4,944
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

This photo shows the 09/27 grass runway along the...

This photo shows the 09/27 grass runway along the north edge as Centre Dandenong road. Below it is the old taxiway that used to run out to the end of the 04 runways but I don't know what taxiway it...
10th Sep 2020, 23:36
Replies: 16
Views: 4,944
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Moorabbin Taxiway History

OK here,s one for the older generation...

Does anyone remember where the defunct taxiways were at Moorabbin (or have any historical airport diagrams that would have listed them) for:

Delta...
10th Sep 2020, 23:32
Replies: 6
Views: 2,136
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Runway Incursion Altitude Limit

Hi guys,

Runway Incursions from the definitions I have seen describe surface ocurrences. Is there a term for this if the offending aircraft is airborne, yet within the runway area? I know that...
6th Oct 2019, 08:20
Replies: 46
Views: 16,862
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

I know its a bit late but I don't think anyone...

I know its a bit late but I don't think anyone ever said...

Because the drift is caused by the air moving, not the plane(s) moving. Therefore all aircraft supported by that air will be influenced...
24th Nov 2014, 02:42
Replies: 14
Views: 6,207
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Curious about Ambiguity

""to pilot" is quite a broad activity which can be determined from the regs. "departure aerodrome" seems like a fairly simple concept but who knows with CASA."

I'm curious about the above...
23rd Nov 2014, 20:39
Replies: 14
Views: 6,207
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Break out.

Why don;t you just get the Nav endorsement. You can use a $10 Ipad Simulator and get hours and hours of instrument reading training for nothing, so It'll be a cinch to do your flight practicals in...
18th Nov 2014, 12:42
Replies: 15
Views: 3,363
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Great tips guys, quoting you both! Thanks very...

Great tips guys, quoting you both! Thanks very much.
18th Nov 2014, 02:09
Replies: 15
Views: 3,363
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

AWESOME!

Tremendous!

Thanks very much for your input, I will make these refinements.

I had fun writing this and good to know that it was only slightly wrong overall. It means I really got a good grasp...
17th Nov 2014, 21:57
Replies: 15
Views: 3,363
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Thanks Fujii, CreamPuff, and Capn Blogg: ...

Thanks Fujii, CreamPuff, and Capn Blogg:

I've updated those details. Controlled CTAF should read 'Pilot-controlled' CTAF (meaning no tower). 'Uncontrolled' sounds so... barbaric.

Mutley
17th Nov 2014, 20:25
Replies: 15
Views: 3,363
Posted By Mutley Eugenius

Thanks Fujii, I fixed those details, the...

Thanks Fujii,

I fixed those details, the link is the same.

And thanks very much for reading!
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