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9th Feb 2019, 17:30
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Posted By lasseb

More likely it will eventually be replaced by the...

More likely it will eventually be replaced by the BIR .
More here (https://www.flyer.co.uk/easa-progress-on-easier-instrument-flying-for-ga-pilots/)

Is it given that UK will leave EASA?
Some...
Replies: 3
Views: 588
Posted By lasseb

Wet lease ... Includes drunken pilots . dry...

Wet lease ... Includes drunken pilots .
dry lease ... no pilots as there is no alcohol .

Yes rude, but you will never forget it
Replies: 11
Views: 1,402
Posted By lasseb

There is no guarantee that the school you want...

There is no guarantee that the school you want to use have the CBIR. An ATO is a private company and they can choose what courses they want to provide, just like some schools only provides...
Replies: 15
Views: 4,028
Posted By lasseb

For the school all they care about is wether you...

For the school all they care about is wether you have the money to pay for the flying or not . If you have the money they will be perfectly happy 😉
Getting a job later on is another story though but...
14th Feb 2018, 12:31
Replies: 41
Views: 5,402
Posted By lasseb

This sounds very interessting. I wonder how...

This sounds very interessting.

I wonder how fast you actually moved it? 100 fps is equiavalent to 0.5m/s i.e. approx 4 seconds from floor to over your head. My guess is that you are moving it...
Replies: 5
Views: 1,174
Posted By lasseb

The FAA has produced some excellent books on...

The FAA has produced some excellent books on practical instrument flying (and many other subjects). Take a look at the library.
https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/aviation/
Replies: 20
Views: 6,714
Posted By lasseb

Unless changed recently then no. EASA says you...

Unless changed recently then no. EASA says you must take the theory and the practical course for a license in the same member state. So you cannot take theory in Germany and then do the flying in...
Replies: 12
Views: 2,907
Posted By lasseb

Just to clarify. There is NO difference between...

Just to clarify.
There is NO difference between taking the old IR(A) and the "new" CBIR(A) route as regards to the end result. You will end up with exactly the same rating, and exactly the same text...
Replies: 12
Views: 2,907
Posted By lasseb

You are right. It is 7 subjects (I just...

You are right. It is 7 subjects (I just remembered it wrong).

Yes you can do the 7 subjects anyhow you want it, but it is still 7 subjects.
Airlaw, Instrumentation, Flightplanning, Human...
Replies: 12
Views: 2,907
Posted By lasseb

forget all about the IR(A). It is replaced...

forget all about the IR(A). It is replaced completely by CBIR. I suspect it is only kept in the regulation for administrative purposes.

CBIR is reduced theory and reduced hours compared to the...
Replies: 7
Views: 2,143
Posted By lasseb

The specific minima for circling will vary a lot...

The specific minima for circling will vary a lot depending on the specific airport. It can be as low as 1.500 meters / 400 feet (for CAT A airplanes)
2.400 meters as mentioned above is mostly for...
Replies: 12
Views: 1,615
Posted By lasseb

I'm not following you in that interpretation of...

I'm not following you in that interpretation of the lift formula.

Firstly, the Cl coefficient depends (also) on the angle of attack and can be anything from 0 to a lot. When Cl = 1 we are not...
30th May 2017, 12:36
Replies: 30
Views: 4,483
Posted By lasseb

Thanks for posting it.. So the Diamond has such...

Thanks for posting it.. So the Diamond has such height. A bit high I must admit, but since I have never flown one I cannot decide if it is overkill or not.
Still have not seen in in a piper POH...
Replies: 19
Views: 1,837
Posted By lasseb

Well the question does say "any...

Well the question does say "any accelleration...". This implies a transition phase and not the point where you are established with a new speed and all the vectors are steady.
22nd May 2017, 18:12
Replies: 30
Views: 4,483
Posted By lasseb

I do appreciate the idea of the ACA as stated...

I do appreciate the idea of the ACA as stated above and in the previous posts. I just don't get how you would find the actual value for a specific airplane, as no such figures are available in the...
19th May 2017, 14:25
Replies: 30
Views: 4,483
Posted By lasseb

I feel kind of the same. In all my years flying...

I feel kind of the same. In all my years flying and instructing on (light)twins both private and commercial I have never ever seen an "ACA" value in any POH or SOP. So maybe I also missed something...
Replies: 19
Views: 1,837
Posted By lasseb

ahh, read it as speed above Vx/Vy in A,B..... My...

ahh, read it as speed above Vx/Vy in A,B..... My mistake...
Well no cant really explain it. A,B is correct. D only correct if above Vy.
Althoug you could argue that at the instant you lower the...
Replies: 19
Views: 1,837
Posted By lasseb

I think the "logic" of the question is something...

I think the "logic" of the question is something like this:
If you need to accelerate in a climb without touching the power, the only thing you can do is pitch down..
So that would decrease ROC...
16th May 2017, 10:41
Replies: 82
Views: 8,517
Posted By lasseb

Uncontrolled flight into terrain is not an...

Uncontrolled flight into terrain is not an accident cause, its an accident result. An accident in flight that does not end with "flight" into terrain, is probably not that serious an accident :O
...
13th Mar 2017, 22:49
Replies: 14
Views: 2,813
Posted By lasseb

I don't think you can do PPL theory in English in...

I don't think you can do PPL theory in English in Denmark anymore. The Danish CAA has stopped this very recently. But check with them to be certain. We have one doing this on our school at the moment...
9th Mar 2017, 15:37
Replies: 48
Views: 7,875
Posted By lasseb

I remember having some doubt about how much a...

I remember having some doubt about how much a wing could actually cope with. Then I saw these pictures. And this is only the negative G load ;-)

http://www.mooneyevents.com/images/wingld1.jpg
...
6th Mar 2017, 09:46
Replies: 14
Views: 2,844
Posted By lasseb

You can take the courses in (almost) any order...

You can take the courses in (almost) any order you like.
I took the IR before I did the CPL.
My obscure path was in the following order:
PPL, EASA IR-theory, SE-IR, EASA ATPL-theory, FI, ME-IR,...
1st Jan 2016, 08:09
Replies: 31
Views: 3,086
Posted By lasseb

It might be a good idea to check with your...

It might be a good idea to check with your ensurrance company also. Maybe there is a clause somewhere about who may or may not taxi the a/c.
Replies: 14
Views: 7,798
Posted By lasseb

Aviation Exam, Bristol, EASAQB.com, ATPL...

Aviation Exam, Bristol, EASAQB.com, ATPL online...
It's all the same ;-). At least when it comes to the questions.
Big difference in pricing / app / web system / question support etc.
I used...
Replies: 18
Views: 2,558
Posted By lasseb

It doesn't matter what you do as long as you keep...

It doesn't matter what you do as long as you keep the airspeed the same.
For larger planes usually auto-throttle keeps the airspeed, so you can fly using pitch.
For light a/c its a better option to...
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