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Good idea, Jock. Thanks.

Good idea, Jock. Thanks.
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Posted By r44flyer

-Ground school 'intro' manual -Powerplant ...

-Ground school 'intro' manual
-Powerplant
-Electrics and Electronics
-Instrumentation
-Airframes and Systems
-Principles of Flight
-Human Performance
-Flight Performance and Planning
-Mass...
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Posted By r44flyer

Oxford ground school manuals

Hello, I have the first half of a set of Oxford ground school manuals sitting here. They are old, dated 2001, so the material may be a bit out of date, but if anyone wants to save them from the...
1st Feb 2010, 22:21
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Posted By r44flyer

Ask them whatever you like, they will tell you...

Ask them whatever you like, they will tell you what they think you want to hear. They are a business and need your money, whether you happen to get a job at the end or not.

I would focus on your...
31st Jan 2010, 12:02
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Posted By r44flyer

I think this comes down to perspective. Some...

I think this comes down to perspective. Some people, presumably such as yourself, take large pay cuts to become professional pilots, whereas others may aspire to a salary of 32k. Personally I think...
29th Jan 2010, 21:16
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Posted By r44flyer

The wing is designed to flex more, having lower...

The wing is designed to flex more, having lower stiffness through material design and structural weight saving?

Is this wing flex more efficient? Is it purely a weight saving exercise?
27th Jan 2010, 23:20
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Posted By r44flyer

Overweight/high speed landing with high wing...

Overweight/high speed landing with high wing loading giving significant wing bending moment?
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Posted By r44flyer

fyi, Farnborough has Dash8-400 sim, but no longer...

fyi, Farnborough has Dash8-400 sim, but no longer a B1900, I believe.
12th Jun 2009, 21:33
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Posted By r44flyer

Have a look for a 4.3" Navigo as well. ebuyer...

Have a look for a 4.3" Navigo as well. ebuyer have stopped doing them and they were the best place for them. Much better screen size than the 3.5.

I've got the 4.3 with TomTom for the car and...
12th Jun 2009, 16:35
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Posted By r44flyer

Navigo here... Navigo 3.5" Sat Nav V2 PLUS -...

Navigo here...

Navigo 3.5" Sat Nav V2 PLUS - UK Maps, Full Postcode Search - MP3 &MP4 player, Bluetooth and FM transmitter - Ebuyer (http://www.ebuyer.com/product/146673)

MemoryMap software...
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Posted By r44flyer

Holy thread resurrection, Batman! Thanks for...

Holy thread resurrection, Batman!

Thanks for the tip, though :ok:
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Posted By r44flyer

You're not John are you?

You're not John are you?
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Posted By r44flyer

Hi Ed :ok:

Hi Ed :ok:
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Posted By r44flyer

Unless I've missed something, they've used the O...

Unless I've missed something, they've used the O groundspeed in the initial formula by mistake. Unless they mean start at B and continue to B by turning round!?

The error would give 1240x360/680 =...
18th Feb 2009, 18:33
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Posted By r44flyer

True. I hope no one starts flying for...

True.

I hope no one starts flying for peanuts if it gets even worse than it already is.
18th Feb 2009, 17:06
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Posted By r44flyer

I think it's about time there was some clarity on...

I think it's about time there was some clarity on this situation, as from what I've been told in the past HMRC has largely ignored it. I think it's quite common to find self employed instructors...
18th Feb 2009, 16:54
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Views: 1,220
Posted By r44flyer

You could consider a Navigo (4.3" screen) with...

You could consider a Navigo (4.3" screen) with MemoryMap CAA maps. It's an automotive based device, and it's basic, but will cost you under 100 for something that will fix your position on a...
Forum: Rotorheads
15th Feb 2009, 17:14
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Posted By r44flyer

Possibly, it might not have been completely...

Possibly, it might not have been completely severed, though. Hitting it hard enough that it loses its structural integrity would be enough.
Forum: Rotorheads
15th Feb 2009, 15:05
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Posted By r44flyer

What a great shame. The first thing I...

What a great shame.

The first thing I thought of when I read the comments on the 'crack' followed by loss of the tail was that the pilot was overcontrolling, for whatever reason, and chopped his...
12th Feb 2009, 00:42
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Posted By r44flyer

Can the CAA be notified of your approved FI...

Can the CAA be notified of your approved FI status by more than one FTO?

If not, you can't be self-employed, no?
12th Feb 2009, 00:28
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Posted By r44flyer

Not a huge amount. It varies so much from place...

Not a huge amount. It varies so much from place to place, some are on retainers, others work for 'flight pay' only. It's very seasonal as well, you could fly max hours during the summer and then go...
Forum: Jet Blast
8th Feb 2009, 01:17
Replies: 19
Views: 1,419
Posted By r44flyer

goatface ...by the sound of it you have set up a...

goatface ...by the sound of it you have set up a variable direct debit facility with Paypal, authorising them to adjust payments to be taken from your current account (as fees). If you owe them money...
Forum: Jet Blast
8th Feb 2009, 01:10
Replies: 19
Views: 1,419
Posted By r44flyer

There are many reported instances of Paypal...

There are many reported instances of Paypal removing funds directly from a bank account following a buyer dispute.

There are other instances of Paypal 'piggy-backing' other transactions you make...
Forum: Jet Blast
4th Feb 2009, 12:37
Replies: 4
Views: 548
Posted By r44flyer

I feel your pain. You've got to laugh, though. If...

I feel your pain. You've got to laugh, though. If you don't you'd cry.

We scrimped and saved on the way up to Christmas as things are very tight with trying to afford training and things. We did...
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Posted By r44flyer

I shudder to think what the total repayable will...

I shudder to think what the total repayable will be on that lot. :{ It'd be like having a second mortgage.
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