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19th Nov 2009, 12:39
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Posted By TicketyBlue

You could of course grab a tail number from your...

You could of course grab a tail number from your logbook and check against the a/c register... :ok:
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Posted By TicketyBlue

The current version of volume 5 was published in...

The current version of volume 5 was published in January 2007.

You also may wish to consider the IMC Question and Answer Simplifier from AFE and / or The IMC Confuser.

Hope this helps.
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Views: 1,561
Posted By TicketyBlue

Casio FX-85MS

Pick one up at the local supermarket or Amazon.
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Views: 420
Posted By TicketyBlue

JAR-FCL Licence Numbers

Just a curious question for you JAR ATPL Licence holders....

My PPL Licence has the numbering format UK/PP/xxxxxxx/A and my friend, a CPL holder is UK/CP/xxxxxxx/A I was just curious as to the...
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Posted By TicketyBlue

You will require a machine readable passport...

You will require a machine readable passport Department of State - Websites of US Embassies, Consulates, & Diplomatic Missions (http://www.usembassy.gov)
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Views: 4,962
Posted By TicketyBlue

I was at OBA in January 2009. I'm based on the...

I was at OBA in January 2009. I'm based on the Scottish West Coast and had no problems adapting to VFR flying here, although initially I thought I would. Keep your head down at OBA and get on with...
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Views: 1,416
Posted By TicketyBlue

Never mind the house, how's the "Mighty...

Never mind the house, how's the "Mighty Bugsmasher" doing? Nice to hear from you Mike.
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Views: 1,034
Posted By TicketyBlue

Bose X - fantastic. DC 13.4 very robust and if...

Bose X - fantastic. DC 13.4 very robust and if you do manage to break them, you can easily obtain spare parts and fix them yourself.
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Views: 3,889
Posted By TicketyBlue

Sorry to be pedantic Jock but I think you'll find...

Sorry to be pedantic Jock but I think you'll find that was Mayport Naval Base, Maryland is slightly further North! :}
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Views: 2,525
Posted By TicketyBlue

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11th Feb 2009, 16:30
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Views: 17,394
Posted By TicketyBlue

From Wikipedia:

"The only squadron to operate out of St Athan on a regular basis is the University of Wales University Air Squadron, flying Grob Tutors"
6th Feb 2009, 08:58
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Views: 732
Posted By TicketyBlue

2Close, are you referring to a Class 1? I'm only...

2Close, are you referring to a Class 1? I'm only saying as I held a Class 2 up until 1999. Last year I visited my local AME who conducted an initial Class 2 as my earlier one had long since expired.
5th Feb 2009, 11:55
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Views: 732
Posted By TicketyBlue

Don't quote me on it but I think if it's within 5...

Don't quote me on it but I think if it's within 5 years it's a renewal. You can check with the CAA medical section themselves or speak to your local AME listed on the CAA website.
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Views: 9,015
Posted By TicketyBlue

I took the afternoon off work, went to OBA,...

I took the afternoon off work, went to OBA, passed all my theory exams and completed the PPL the following day (I had to wait until the evening to do my night flying). Show me a pilot who has come...
Replies: 30
Views: 3,229
Posted By TicketyBlue

Do a search on "Ormond Beach" on here first,...

Do a search on "Ormond Beach" on here first, you'll find plenty of info.
25th Aug 2008, 09:57
Replies: 24
Views: 3,199
Posted By TicketyBlue

Highly recommended

Have a go in the Archer III.....
Replies: 42
Views: 2,983
Posted By TicketyBlue

Cool OBA

Just stick in and focus on the flying. Don't get caught up in the 3 B's - Booze, Birds and Beaches. Flying is TOP priority. If you keep this is mind, you'll be fine at OBA. Their current batch of...
9th Aug 2008, 13:04
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Views: 956
Posted By TicketyBlue

I couldn't agree more.

I couldn't agree more.
7th Aug 2008, 10:41
Replies: 21
Views: 2,200
Posted By TicketyBlue

One can only imagine that Bristol will be very...

One can only imagine that Bristol will be very busy with a load of coppers doing their ATPL's :}
5th Aug 2008, 11:10
Replies: 13
Views: 1,235
Posted By TicketyBlue

As Pilot DAR says, the DC's are tough. My little...

As Pilot DAR says, the DC's are tough. My little boy decided to use my headset bag containing my H10-13.4 as a "cushion" to bounce on. He managed to break the rivet on the metal stirrup. I managed...
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Views: 6,385
Posted By TicketyBlue

I know of someone who waited several months for...

I know of someone who waited several months for their refund to "follow them home"
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Views: 2,983
Posted By TicketyBlue

Make sure you get a copy of the rental agreement...

Make sure you get a copy of the rental agreement before you part with any cash or make travel plans.
Replies: 8
Views: 508
Posted By TicketyBlue

Thanks for your replies, I just didn't fancy...

Thanks for your replies, I just didn't fancy having to re-apply for an FAA certificate every time I went stateside, which will be twice a year on average.
Replies: 8
Views: 508
Posted By TicketyBlue

Dividing time between the UK and the US

I'm thinking about flying in the US about twice a year, mainly for hour building. If I apply for an FAA licence based on my JAR licence would it only be valid for a short time e.g. the duration of...
Replies: 57
Views: 6,385
Posted By TicketyBlue

In this particular instance it sounds to me that...

In this particular instance it sounds to me that the whole UK vs US cost analysis is irrelevant. It sounds to me that VFR Transit has already set his heart on doing hour building in the US - correct...
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