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Any update on this?

Any update on this?
11th Aug 2020, 12:43
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I was with BD in the '90's and remember well the...

I was with BD in the '90's and remember well the outsized baggage belt and scanner that was located T1 landside at the rear of departures to the right of what was then Burger King. It was housed in a...
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If CAE are contracting Volotea to conduct base...

If CAE are contracting Volotea to conduct base training on completion of an Easyjet MPL course, Part-FCL Subpart E, Appendix 5 and specifically the GM detailing the MPL Training Scheme would be...
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So not the CAA but the DfT which, you rightly...

So not the CAA but the DfT which, you rightly point out is not the same. My understanding is that the CAA has only provided guidance concerning how to restart recreational flying, commercial ...
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Did the CAA stop any flight training Alex,...

Did the CAA stop any flight training Alex, commercial or otherwise?
24th May 2020, 17:20
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SWBKCB - Take a look at FLY3R Forums "How do we...

SWBKCB - Take a look at FLY3R Forums "How do we get training going again" on the GA page; post #1771546
24th May 2020, 11:23
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DfT HW. They have made a distinction between...

DfT HW. They have made a distinction between recreational General Aviation (as described in your link) and commercial training. How an ATO mitigates risk associated with the current social distancing...
23rd May 2020, 16:35
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I don't believe the CAA stopped training - the...

I don't believe the CAA stopped training - the decision to voluntarily suspend training activity was made by training organisations. My understanding is that the resumption of commercial training has...
5th May 2020, 09:58
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Sterling's collapse precipitated the more...

Sterling's collapse precipitated the more flexible MPL we have under EASA - it was not always transferrable.

I would say the only similarity between MPL, P2F and Self-sponsored type training is...
4th May 2020, 17:50
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The MPL situation is difficult; similarly, a...

The MPL situation is difficult; similarly, a significant number of ex-Flybe MPL cadets have been left high and dry with no physical licence, some already flying the line, and others waiting for a...
1st Apr 2020, 16:33
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ak7274 - are you sure that's what it says? ...

ak7274 - are you sure that's what it says?

Correct FTD, as homunculus says, the ORS for Part-ORA and specifically for GA is not yet published.

I was interested to read GAGuy's comment about his...
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The approvals I mentioned in the Phoenix area...

The approvals I mentioned in the Phoenix area were also post-EASA adoption.
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CAE acquired a number of independent FTO's some...

CAE acquired a number of independent FTO's some years ago - each held an approval in it's own right for training outside of member states under JAR and therefore training in Phoenix was approved by...
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B61 - I thought the Belgians and Dutch approved...

B61 - I thought the Belgians and Dutch approved EASA training at CAE PHX as well?
26th Sep 2019, 14:54
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Really sad news. I knew Al well during his...

Really sad news. I knew Al well during his Firebird days and shared a beer or two with him on a number of occasions. Remember watching his Pitts routine at Farnborough in '92 in G-IIII from the north...
26th Sep 2019, 14:39
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I would but can't afford his fee :} Was told that...

I would but can't afford his fee :} Was told that in preparation for the Congressional hearing following the Colgan crash, wanted to charge another witness for a discussion beforehand to share...
16th Sep 2019, 17:26
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No mandatory incipient or developed spin training...

No mandatory incipient or developed spin training required during basic training any longer Uplinker although there is some quite advanced UPRT conducted at one school I'm aware of although to be...
16th Sep 2019, 14:20
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Mental impairment vs capacity under stress is not...

Mental impairment vs capacity under stress is not discussed in the AAIB report of course, but the facts remain that the F/O stated that he was "afraid" that he might touch down on the runway edge...
13th Sep 2019, 16:50
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Mr Guest v Flybe Ltd...

Mr Guest v Flybe Ltd (http://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/5bcdb277ed915d4349d7c03c/Mr_Guest_v_Flybe_Ltd_-_1301761.2017_judgment_Final.pdf)

Not recorded whether he left the flightdeck but...
13th Sep 2019, 14:39
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Interesting comment about restricting training...

Interesting comment about restricting training with W/V >10kts as I have witnessed this myself, although usually only for solo flight. I have been aware of instructors who insist on landing the...
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Indeed parkfell, I worked under 509 and the...

Indeed parkfell, I worked under 509 and the students mentioned were long after we moved to JAR-FCL and some time after 'Standards' were disbanded. I don't think anyone fails the PT's anymore and in...
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These “no hopers” hopefully removed at an early...

These “no hopers” hopefully removed at an early stage of training can depend entirely on the market in my experience as I recall a couple of students who reached a spectacular 40-50 hours, numerous...
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I recall a conversation with a TKI from one of...

I recall a conversation with a TKI from one of the big ATO's a couple of years ago where he told me that a number of high-performing graduates were recommended to a prospective employer on the...
Forum: Jet Blast
10th Sep 2019, 14:27
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Views: 7,187
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I was told by an AA man that the M25 overhead...

I was told by an AA man that the M25 overhead gantry type cameras were difficult to maintain due to health and safety concerns and were not used for long. I now see the yellow side mounted angled...
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All six of the executive team are ex-OAA although...

All six of the executive team are ex-OAA although some were also more recently L3...demonstrates what an incestuous industry this is though when you see that they have also joined forces with Virtual...
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