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24th Feb 2021, 08:51
Replies: 8
Views: 2,357
Posted By custardpsc

Complex in this case being defined as: with...

Complex in this case being defined as:

with a maximum certificated take-off mass exceeding 5,700kg, or
certificated for a maximum passenger seating configuration of more than 19, or
...
17th Feb 2021, 14:07
Replies: 3
Views: 1,025
Posted By custardpsc

You do need an EASA licence. Its an EASA...

You do need an EASA licence. Its an EASA aircraft, in Europe. You can get a validation, typically one time for a year, just google EASA CPL validation.....
Forum: Middle East
2nd Feb 2021, 13:03
Replies: 78
Views: 24,835
Posted By custardpsc

double_barrel That's a really interesting...

double_barrel

That's a really interesting point about selection for resistance. Thank you. Wow. Scary. So this is kind of a second derivate problem. If you don't strengthen immunity in everyone...
18th Nov 2020, 08:02
Replies: 16
Views: 1,853
Posted By custardpsc

Max Trescott's Aviation News Talk is good -...

Max Trescott's Aviation News Talk is good - focussed on pilot training and safety, initial and continuing development, plus news and accident analysis.

https://aviationnewstalk.com/
10th Aug 2020, 12:55
Replies: 2
Views: 607
Posted By custardpsc

the short answer is that you are only going to...

the short answer is that you are only going to find out once you take a medical. You will disclose the condition on the application form and then the medical examiner will refer you for further tests...
28th Jul 2020, 08:49
Replies: 12
Views: 848
Posted By custardpsc

>Custardpsc - your confused and have simply got...

>Custardpsc - your confused and have simply got it wrong. Obviously, if a licence is "suspended", "revoked" or "withdrawn" it is not valid.

I'm not confused, but it is confusing ! the question...
27th Jul 2020, 14:56
Replies: 12
Views: 848
Posted By custardpsc

>The EASA licence can only be valid when the...

>The EASA licence can only be valid when the relevant EASA medical is also valid.

Not true. Don't confuse validity with currency or medical status or exercise of privileges.. Valid means 'not...
27th Mar 2020, 12:50
Replies: 5
Views: 791
Posted By custardpsc

how do you intend to take the checkride? you...

how do you intend to take the checkride? you might want to look at that and work back from that ...
10th Mar 2020, 10:37
Replies: 5
Views: 633
Posted By custardpsc

These two handbooks are what you need / are the...

These two handbooks are what you need / are the FAA's own teaching ...

https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/aviation/airplane_handbook/...
28th Feb 2020, 01:45
Replies: 23
Views: 9,870
Posted By custardpsc

What Shumway said - nicely put The reason...

What Shumway said - nicely put

The reason is:

So that your aircraft will stall before it can be overstressed due to g loads when you abruptly maneuver the aircraft.

Fly faster than...
27th Jan 2020, 13:48
Replies: 5
Views: 1,839
Posted By custardpsc

Funnily enough I watched that very video only...

Funnily enough I watched that very video only yesterday ! Not entirely sure what actually let go but it did get a fair intake of water !

Prop erosion due to spray is a notable problem in seaplane...
27th Jan 2020, 13:45
Replies: 12
Views: 2,654
Posted By custardpsc

The OP already has an EASA licence. The 'based...

The OP already has an EASA licence. The 'based in' part is thus covered.

Then, what Office Update said ...
Replies: 3
Views: 1,010
Posted By custardpsc

zero or slight positive are both normal. Slight...

zero or slight positive are both normal. Slight positive is probably the prefreed answer in an exam. See also Loadmeter which is fitted in some aircraft instead which can be confusing.
...
12th Jan 2020, 10:45
Replies: 44
Views: 6,166
Posted By custardpsc

>I don't mind doing exams, but I detest classroom...

>I don't mind doing exams, but I detest classroom training

If you have an FAA CPL you can at least self study for the EASA CPL and not take the mandatory groundschool
9th Jan 2020, 16:57
Replies: 44
Views: 6,166
Posted By custardpsc

S-works - wondering where in Spain are you based ?

S-works - wondering where in Spain are you based ?
7th Jan 2020, 19:55
Replies: 18
Views: 1,903
Posted By custardpsc

whilst you can fly N reg you won't find any for...

whilst you can fly N reg you won't find any for hire easily in the UK. Your goal is PPL only, for fun, right? Part of the fun is the adventure of learning to fly in different places. Don't get hung...
7th Jan 2020, 16:31
Replies: 44
Views: 6,166
Posted By custardpsc

Pretty much identical situation, mail sent.

Pretty much identical situation, mail sent.
7th Jan 2020, 13:23
Replies: 44
Views: 6,166
Posted By custardpsc

Genghis CB IR

Genghis - I too am trying to get set up for the CB IR - I have done a little of the training and hope to find time in May/June to take a week off and get the flying / test done. Are you using an...
22nd Nov 2019, 12:01
Replies: 6
Views: 1,050
Posted By custardpsc

you might want to post a bit more info - skill...

you might want to post a bit more info - skill level, aircraft type etc?
22nd Nov 2019, 12:00
Replies: 9
Views: 7,423
Posted By custardpsc

Another problem I have seen with these is the...

Another problem I have seen with these is the jack socket wiring for the serial connection - typically above your shin/under the panel. The pins can short in the back to each other, joining tx/rx and...
Forum: ATC Issues
29th Oct 2019, 11:22
Replies: 3
Views: 2,035
Posted By custardpsc

Partly Its how the naming started, it wasn't that...

Partly Its how the naming started, it wasn't that long ago that we didn't have airspace classes. And some of the usage is not well or fully defined by A-F and also may require additional rules beyond...
Replies: 32
Views: 6,921
Posted By custardpsc

You can get the training a lot easier than you...

You can get the training a lot easier than you could get the right to work in the usa. You can sit the FAA writtens in a few days. The path to an FAA ATPL starts with either a private certificate or...
15th Oct 2019, 21:52
Replies: 8
Views: 1,830
Posted By custardpsc

> you should be able to do your standalone then...

> you should be able to do your standalone then without having to apply for an M1 visa.

Not related. Don't confuse TSA requirements, which you will need for your standalone private certificate...
14th Oct 2019, 03:42
Replies: 8
Views: 1,830
Posted By custardpsc

If you only want the private certificate then...

If you only want the private certificate then following the requirements and doing the checkride as rudestuff says is the way to go. Getting a 61.75 requires a reasonable amount of work and patience...
4th Oct 2019, 12:42
Replies: 10
Views: 1,475
Posted By custardpsc

Presumably you meant renewing, not revalidating...

Presumably you meant renewing, not revalidating in the first post - ? revalidation implies you are already valid ... renewal , meaning lapsed, currently undergoing refresher training is what I...
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