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Forum: Questions
22nd Nov 2012, 08:09
Replies: 110
Views: 26,744
Posted By Tmbstory

Jet Upset Recovery

From personal experience, it depends on the time you have to deal with the upset, the more the better!

Manual flying skills are essential. A good pilot should be able to hand fly the aircraft from...
12th Nov 2012, 07:29
Replies: 7
Views: 3,210
Posted By Tmbstory

The real DA 20

The real DA - 20 was the Falcon 20, a delight to fly.

Tmb
29th Oct 2012, 14:51
Replies: 21
Views: 5,017
Posted By Tmbstory

Airport at KL

esa - aadvark:

The airport may be Simpang, the Royal Malaysian Air Force base, close to KL.

Tmb
20th Oct 2012, 09:21
Replies: 24
Views: 4,194
Posted By Tmbstory

Flying by Attitude in circuit work

It is a great idea and in the olden days was used a lot. The outside air temperature gauge on the windscreen showed your height in the circuit, if you needed it.

Tmb
10th Oct 2012, 07:28
Replies: 22
Views: 13,178
Posted By Tmbstory

Falcon 200

Thales Coelho:

I cannot help with manuals for the 200, but have some manuals on the Falcon 20 E and F series, a lot of time on them in the past.

Rgds

Tmb
25th Aug 2012, 18:11
Replies: 5
Views: 8,217
Posted By Tmbstory

Citation 2 Training Checklists

Lepolle:
Moment please:

I notice you are looking for Citation2 information.

If you are really interested, then PM me with a contact address and I may be able to assist.

Tmb
9th Aug 2012, 15:22
Replies: 2
Views: 1,298
Posted By Tmbstory

Cargo "Tramps"

Suggest you contact Southern Air Transport who have flown Hercules and other aircraft, on cargo carrying all over the world, for a very long time. There has to be many stories out there

Tmb
Forum: Questions
9th Aug 2012, 14:46
Replies: 38
Views: 36,595
Posted By Tmbstory

Positive rate or positive climb calls after take-off.

Make sure that you do have a positive rate before selecting the undercarriage up. The VSI is not as good as the IVSI in giving you this information.
2nd Aug 2012, 07:29
Replies: 26
Views: 6,179
Posted By Tmbstory

L382 autopilot Limitations

Pass -A - Frozzo:

Not sure about the "Super" Hercules but the L382 model limitation page had the following:

Autopilot Limitations (E-4 and AP - 105).
1. Do not operate with the Autopilot on...
13th Jul 2012, 15:04
Replies: 65
Views: 43,080
Posted By Tmbstory

Falcon 20 Accident south of France

Monkey Boy:

The photo shown above is a Falcon 20 and not a Gulfstream.
21st Jun 2012, 10:26
Replies: 26
Views: 5,345
Posted By Tmbstory

IFR suggestions

VSI and IVSI:

Both served me well during my career, I always used the VSI as a trend instrument and the actual IVSI as a real time reflection of what the aircraft was doing.

Tmb
Forum: Tech Log
4th Jun 2012, 07:05
Replies: 41
Views: 8,544
Posted By Tmbstory

Citation Protection

John Tullamarine

The "wags" of the day always said it was to prevent bird strikes from the rear by slow flying birds!

Tmb
Forum: Tech Log
9th May 2012, 10:01
Replies: 18
Views: 6,606
Posted By Tmbstory

Ci30 and Allision combination

Old Fella:

What a great combination the engine and airframe have turned out to be.

Tmb
19th Mar 2012, 08:53
Replies: 23
Views: 6,323
Posted By Tmbstory

Zero Zero Hand Flown

Lightning Mate:

I can remember some aircraft had Autopilots.

Tmb
17th Mar 2012, 20:13
Replies: 23
Views: 6,323
Posted By Tmbstory

Zero Zero

It can be done and was done in the 1960's on the Eastern Seaboard of NSW, using a combination of GCA /PAR, plenty of practice, good controllers, keen pilots.

All hand flown and when the "man" said...
9th Mar 2012, 08:02
Replies: 59
Views: 7,197
Posted By Tmbstory

PAT and APT

They were part of the instructing medium in the late fifty's when I was a wee lad, so have stood the test of time.

Tmb
8th Mar 2012, 10:36
Replies: 15
Views: 2,701
Posted By Tmbstory

SCPL Australia

Capt Fathom:

Sounds like a fairly good recollection to me.

Regards

Tmb
8th Mar 2012, 08:56
Replies: 15
Views: 2,701
Posted By Tmbstory

SCPL Australia and Malaysia

In days long ago, if you did not work for an Airline you were issued with a Senior Commercial Pilots Licence, with a Command Endorsement and a Command Instrument Rating, the Co- Pilot was issued with...
28th Feb 2012, 08:42
Replies: 76
Views: 24,943
Posted By Tmbstory

Chris Braund

Fantome,

I remember the time that Chris caused a stir by singing to Sydney Tower something like "Sydney Tower is our tower, we use it every day..........." Apparently singing helped with the...
28th Feb 2012, 08:30
Replies: 76
Views: 24,943
Posted By Tmbstory

The passing of Tom

Fantome;

Recently I found out that Tom Long has passed away, he taught me a lot, especially instrument flying on the rain making contracts. Tom had one of the best pair of hands when hand flying...
27th Feb 2012, 09:17
Replies: 76
Views: 24,943
Posted By Tmbstory

Enjoyed your post #31

sixtiesrelic:

Good post and enjoyed the read, talking about dirt coming up off the floor, in those days we used oxygen masks with no oxygen but the microphone was in the mask. The instructor sat...
27th Feb 2012, 09:00
Replies: 76
Views: 24,943
Posted By Tmbstory

The Chipmunk involved in Arthur Kell's Accident

Eagle 86:

The chipmunk involved in the accident was VH-FTA, the same aircraft that I used to instruct on. In those days Instructors were allocated to certain aircraft.

Tmb
26th Feb 2012, 13:53
Replies: 76
Views: 24,943
Posted By Tmbstory

The RAC Bankstown Night Flying incident in C310 and Black Charlie

I remember the night of the incident, the discussion went on for a long time at the bar, lessons were learned

Tmb
23rd Feb 2012, 12:49
Replies: 76
Views: 24,943
Posted By Tmbstory

Good ole days at the Royal at Banstown

Remember Ken Hammond, the Manager of the Royal and the friendly office staff in the early 1960's. The other end of the building was the Instructor's 'Den' with all sorts of stories from there.

Tmb
22nd Jan 2012, 00:53
Replies: 28
Views: 5,445
Posted By Tmbstory

Runway 16 L and 16R

18- Wheeler::

It appears to be taking off from 16L, unless it did a quick side step from 16 R!

Regards,

Tmb
29th Dec 2011, 05:51
Replies: 3
Views: 1,114
Posted By Tmbstory

The trip from Nome to Magadan and Japan

The trip as above has been done many times in Corporate / GA type aircraft in the past, spectacular mountain , snow and ice scenery. It is an alternative way to get from USA to Australia.

Tmb
1st Dec 2011, 03:03
Replies: 25
Views: 4,016
Posted By Tmbstory

My comments

His Dudeness:

Not yours, I quite agree with your comments on pulling CB,s etc. Thrill seekers are not part of Corporate Aviation or VIP Flying. The people who build the aeroplanes put limitations...
30th Nov 2011, 02:37
Replies: 25
Views: 4,016
Posted By Tmbstory

VIP Flying

Some of the posts about speed control on descent show a lack of reality, in VIP Flying.. The DCM (don,t come Monday or any other Monday) termination cheque, would be at your last known contact...
16th Nov 2011, 02:01
Replies: 25
Views: 5,507
Posted By Tmbstory

Mirage in RAAF service.

jas24zzk

Not only that but the French took about 18 months, after delivery, to approve the use of ammunition in the war aircraft!

Tmb
Forum: Tech Log
16th Nov 2011, 01:30
Replies: 53
Views: 13,135
Posted By Tmbstory

Thunderstorms!

one crew:

Hold away, if you have the fuel until the weather improves, or off to your alternate.

From long experience with South East Asian Thunderstorms, a rough guide {and it is only rough}is...
15th Nov 2011, 06:16
Replies: 3
Views: 1,264
Posted By Tmbstory

Falcon 10

Herbaceous:

It was certified under FAA part 25 requirements, check those and see if it helps

It was a delightful aircraft to fly.

Tmb
19th Oct 2011, 07:29
Replies: 8
Views: 2,376
Posted By Tmbstory

AOC

Edward tc1:

Try the Air Operator Certification Manual, Volume 2 from CASA. It has heaps of information in it.

Tmb
18th Oct 2011, 08:31
Replies: 34
Views: 5,523
Posted By Tmbstory

1960 DC3 Missing off Sydney

Fantome:

Thanks for that information, all I can think of is that I must have been working hard to have missed the publicity.

Regards

Tmb
5th Oct 2011, 18:53
Replies: 34
Views: 5,523
Posted By Tmbstory

DC3 lost off the coast of NSW

Fantome:

I cannot remember a search for a DC3 off Sydney in 1960, I was at the Royal at Bankstown in those days.

Rainmaking with Maslings started in 1965. If any was done at Richmond, would it...
26th Sep 2011, 07:19
Replies: 6
Views: 1,143
Posted By Tmbstory

Draining fuel C525

As difficult as it may be, drains should be done prior to Flight. If you leave it to other people or don't do it, then look for another job.

Tmb
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