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...and specifically, those related to emergency...

...and specifically, those related to emergency procedures, your so-called DVA's (Drills of Vital Actions), Memory Items, Bold Print - whatever they're called at your company.

There is zero sense...
24th Jul 2019, 02:51
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Views: 3,868
Posted By +TSRA

Interesting. Back in the day, I completed my PPL...

Interesting. Back in the day, I completed my PPL in just under 60 days flying from just outside London, Ontario. Early morning fog meant we couldn't fly in the early morning, and then some big...
Forum: North America
24th Jul 2019, 02:35
Replies: 3
Views: 727
Posted By +TSRA

Canada, not the U.S. here, but I've worked for...

Canada, not the U.S. here, but I've worked for two companies that had training bonds.

In both cases, the companies were pretty lax about letting pilots off the hook for training bonds until one...
24th Jul 2019, 00:42
Replies: 10
Views: 2,507
Posted By +TSRA

Just the way a little cup is installed in the...

Just the way a little cup is installed in the duct.

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13th Jul 2019, 19:10
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Views: 2,507
Posted By +TSRA

And that is why I love aviation, the simplest...

And that is why I love aviation, the simplest things sometimes.

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Exhaust shroud...
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Views: 1,307
Posted By +TSRA

It shouldn't be necessary to adjust the CDI at...

It shouldn't be necessary to adjust the CDI at all as the FMS updates this for you on most equipment as it ties directly into an RMI. If you were flying an aircraft where you had to manually adjust...
11th Jul 2019, 02:27
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Views: 2,507
Posted By +TSRA

The only thing that readily comes to my mind...

The only thing that readily comes to my mind would be the exhaust shroud itself, but I'd not touch it too soon after the engine was shut down. The purpose of these is to deflect the exhaust gases...
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Views: 1,307
Posted By +TSRA

These methods only work with the FMS or with...

These methods only work with the FMS or with Universal approved emulators. If youíre trying to do this in flight sim or some other program, the functionality will not be the same - or will be...
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Views: 1,307
Posted By +TSRA

Depending on the clearance, there are three...

Depending on the clearance, there are three primary methods with the UNS-1 that you can use.

1. Waypoint Deletion

This simply involves deleting all waypoints or NO LINKs between the two way...
Forum: Canada
10th Jul 2019, 16:53
Replies: 31
Views: 8,130
Posted By +TSRA

First, there really isnít a specific term for a...

First, there really isnít a specific term for a transport category aircraft the size of a Q400. Technically, it would be narrow-body, but youíd get weird looks referring to it as such. Turbo-prop...
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Views: 1,307
Posted By +TSRA

Well, it depends. Which FMC are you trying to...

Well, it depends. Which FMC are you trying to use?
Forum: Canada
10th Jul 2019, 01:07
Replies: 31
Views: 8,130
Posted By +TSRA

Well, first you'll have to make sure you...

Well, first you'll have to make sure you understand your terms. Narrow body refers to the likes of an A320/B737 or any similar sized, single-aisle transport category aircraft. Widebody refers to the...
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Views: 1,218
Posted By +TSRA

From The Ground Up...

From The Ground Up (http://www.vippilot.com/from-the-ground-up-29th-edition-d190)

It is well worth the sticker price. It will be a reference all the way from a Canadian GPL or RPL up to the ATPL...
Forum: Canada
9th Jul 2019, 01:35
Replies: 31
Views: 8,130
Posted By +TSRA

As far as this question is concerned, it depends...

As far as this question is concerned, it depends on the airline(s) you apply to and how quickly you build time.

If you've got 1000 hours now, you'll be looking to log about another 1500 or so...
Forum: Canada
7th Jul 2019, 17:39
Replies: 6
Views: 3,243
Posted By +TSRA

It depends on what you mean by "notify ATC." ...

It depends on what you mean by "notify ATC."

As grizz pointed out, there is no requirement to talk to ATC when enroute as they won't provide you any services in Class G.

However, in order to...
Forum: Questions
4th Jul 2019, 06:24
Replies: 8
Views: 2,313
Posted By +TSRA

According to the Canadian Forces Leadership...

According to the Canadian Forces Leadership Institute: "[L]eadership is the art of influencing human behaviour so as to accomplish the mission or task in the manner so desired by the leader."
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Views: 4,068
Posted By +TSRA

Parabellum, I found this in the archives at this...

Parabellum, I found this in the archives at this URL: https://www.pprune.org/archive/index.php/t-134138.html
Forum: Canada
4th Jul 2019, 05:58
Replies: 12
Views: 5,090
Posted By +TSRA

You're not wrong. But with an election coming up...

You're not wrong. But with an election coming up that will likely see our ever capable leader looking from the outside in, things would have to move quickly. I'm no lawyer so I ask honestly: Could...
Forum: Canada
30th Jun 2019, 18:54
Replies: 12
Views: 5,090
Posted By +TSRA

I'd still wait to see what the competition bureau...

I'd still wait to see what the competition bureau has to say before saying this is a done deal. Although the two airlines are slated to be operated separately, the bureau has seen this face before...
26th Jun 2019, 19:54
Replies: 11
Views: 4,068
Posted By +TSRA

Often with CRM-type questions, there is no right...

Often with CRM-type questions, there is no right answer and you can end up reading far too much into the question. Alternatively, there is a correct answer but the interview panel will know you're...
18th Jun 2019, 16:18
Replies: 5
Views: 3,364
Posted By +TSRA

Canada is like anywhere else in that there are...

Canada is like anywhere else in that there are some really good schools and there are some not-so-good schools. It's also a very large country, so if you're thinking of moving here I would suggest...
17th Jun 2019, 18:09
Replies: 5
Views: 3,364
Posted By +TSRA

Yep, but far too many pilots to it nevertheless...

Yep, but far too many pilots to it nevertheless because it is the "traditional way."




If Pakistan is really that bad, then yes you're going to have to move to another country - possibly...
Replies: 12
Views: 1,220
Posted By +TSRA

It's better to have some knowledge when asked...

It's better to have some knowledge when asked than no knowledge at all. If you want to be a professional pilot, now is the time to act like it. This is a profession of continual learning and...
Forum: Questions
15th Jun 2019, 02:20
Replies: 7
Views: 1,808
Posted By +TSRA

My company has a mandated QRH review every day...

My company has a mandated QRH review every day and as long as I review that with my FO, a normal line pilot will go through every procedure in the QRH at least once per year. But I find something...
15th Jun 2019, 02:03
Replies: 5
Views: 3,364
Posted By +TSRA

I'd ask what your career goals are before...

I'd ask what your career goals are before offering suggestions. FAR too many pilots, myself included, plunged or will plunge into the "normal" flow of ratings, only to find out it didn't take us to...
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