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28th May 2015, 09:56
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I used mostly the Avery stuff just off the shelf...

I used mostly the Avery stuff just off the shelf from the pilot shop + some practice exams and passed everything first time. I also used the ATC Human Factors book and the BOM Aviation Meteorology...
23rd May 2015, 08:45
Replies: 44
Views: 10,790
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I reckon you could interpret (if you had an...

I reckon you could interpret (if you had an expensive enough lawyer to back you up):
(a) a multi‑engine turbine‑powered aeroplane that is configured for flight, and operated, with a co‑pilot; or...
19th Jan 2015, 09:22
Replies: 25
Views: 4,467
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

Yeah I understand. That's what I was saying about...

Yeah I understand. That's what I was saying about the VICs:
They have to get ASICs because you are only supposed to use a VIC 28 times a year.

Don't at all disagree the ASIC is completely useless...
18th Jan 2015, 06:51
Replies: 25
Views: 4,467
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

jas24zzk I was under the impression you needed a...

jas24zzk I was under the impression you needed a VIC unless you were a passenger even if you are escorted.
16th Jan 2015, 15:14
Replies: 25
Views: 4,467
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

It's because you can only get (at YMML at least)...

It's because you can only get (at YMML at least) a VIC 28 times in a year.
28th Dec 2014, 04:51
Replies: 60
Views: 22,123
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

Nope. I chucked CNN on when I heard about this...

Nope. I chucked CNN on when I heard about this and it was just total nonsense. Including a 10 minute interview with "aviation expert" GT.
24th Dec 2014, 13:16
Replies: 5
Views: 4,230
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

I'm talking about pretty much anyone who operates...

I'm talking about pretty much anyone who operates outside the terminal but inside the fence.
24th Dec 2014, 06:22
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Views: 4,230
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

No, it's a specific first hand experience. At...

No, it's a specific first hand experience. At least in Australia. Plenty of people pass airside completely unscreened and even the ones who drive vehicles through the security checkpoints are not...
24th Dec 2014, 05:44
Replies: 5
Views: 4,230
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

It could stupidly easily be happening here too....

It could stupidly easily be happening here too. Airside security is a complete farce.
9th Dec 2014, 01:46
Replies: 16
Views: 3,120
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

Nomde plume had it in post 3. 2499 if the tower...

Nomde plume had it in post 3. 2499 if the tower is active. Probably 2400 effectively or a 'not above 2500' clearance flying at just under 2500.

2100 if the tower is inactive and E goes down to 700.
30th Nov 2014, 00:17
Replies: 19
Views: 4,918
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

Check out your whiz wheel. CAS (IAS) vs Pressure...

Check out your whiz wheel. CAS (IAS) vs Pressure altitude gives a constant mach number. You are correct that the mach number varies with temperature but so does the air density. So if temp increases...
14th Nov 2014, 10:55
Replies: 39
Views: 142,088
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

Yeah but that isn't backed up by anything in the...

Yeah but that isn't backed up by anything in the actual regs I can find.
14th Nov 2014, 07:22
Replies: 39
Views: 142,088
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

FWIW I rang CASA and the response I was given...

FWIW I rang CASA and the response I was given (after some deliberation) was that I can continue to fly twins and singles under my CAR 5 licence but once I get a part 61 licence I won't be allowed to...
13th Nov 2014, 21:47
Replies: 39
Views: 142,088
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

Thanks manymak, however I read that differently...

Thanks manymak, however I read that differently to you.

I read 61.375 as 'if you did your PPL test in a twin you would get MEA and you would also be allowed to fly SEA as an extension.'

But I...
13th Nov 2014, 11:14
Replies: 39
Views: 142,088
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

I want to go fly a piston single as PIC. My last...

I want to go fly a piston single as PIC. My last AFR earlier this year was in a twin. My last single engine related thing that would cover it was over 2 years ago. Does anyone know if I can go fly a...
24th Oct 2014, 13:15
Replies: 42
Views: 7,921
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

Yes, I meant it wasn't just my one instructor...

Yes, I meant it wasn't just my one instructor making it up on his own. It was presumably being taught that way to all the students at the time.

At the place I currently hire from I have questioned...
24th Oct 2014, 01:18
Replies: 42
Views: 7,921
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

Wasn't actually just made up by one of the...

Wasn't actually just made up by one of the instructors, it was in the manual of one of the major Moorabbin schools.

I am fully aware there is no published 'decision speed', but I imagine the...
23rd Oct 2014, 09:24
Replies: 39
Views: 4,387
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

pineappledaz I'm no legal eagle but assuming it's...

pineappledaz I'm no legal eagle but assuming it's a strict liability offence (i.e. Pretty well all Aus civil air law) isn't proving Mens rea not required?
23rd Oct 2014, 09:14
Replies: 42
Views: 7,921
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

Just for general info: I did my initial multi at...

Just for general info: I did my initial multi at a Moorabbin based school in '09ish and at least then, this is what was being taught:

Blue line speed = decision speed so there is no 'in between...
23rd Oct 2014, 01:38
Replies: 39
Views: 4,387
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

How about this one. I hire a 172 or something and...

How about this one. I hire a 172 or something and go for a burn around the bay. It's a lovely clear day and I take some pictures as I go. I land, taxi in, shutdown, pay and go home.

I have a...
21st Oct 2014, 03:42
Replies: 42
Views: 7,921
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

The 17 most popular ways to fall out of the sky...

The 17 most popular ways to fall out of the sky video had a good line about light twins.

It was something along the lines of: "Unless you restrict the weight, you're essentially flying a single...
9th Oct 2014, 05:27
Replies: 39
Views: 142,088
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

That AIP 19.1.something note 3 or whatever it is...

That AIP 19.1.something note 3 or whatever it is must be the most underused rules in Aus aviation.

It totally baffles me how many people, even in flying training etc simply don't know of its...
30th Aug 2014, 00:06
Replies: 15
Views: 6,479
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

I heard something along the lines of 'buy us a...

I heard something along the lines of 'buy us a Q400 sim and you can have the program' type deal.

Don't really know the source well though so take with a grain of salt.
28th Jul 2014, 14:04
Replies: 20
Views: 3,389
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

I would have thought CAR 2(7) was the reference....

I would have thought CAR 2(7) was the reference. Although I must admit just having looked at it then, it's been rewritten since I last saw it.
My italics.
(7)For the purposes of these Regulations: ...
28th Jul 2014, 13:28
Replies: 20
Views: 3,389
Posted By JustJoinedToSearch

No. CAR 2(7)(D) is only one of the situations...

No. CAR 2(7)(D) is only one of the situations classified as a private operation and it relates to all parties sharing the cost of the flight.

As long as you pay for it yourself you can take an...
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