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25th Mar 2016, 03:14
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Posted By GregP

Finally, someone with extensive direct experience...

Finally, someone with extensive direct experience of the type ... in this veteran's view, clearly a good aircraft.
24th Mar 2016, 07:08
Replies: 414
Views: 238,559
Posted By GregP

When did say i was a "government employed...

When did say i was a "government employed investigator"? I'm not now, never have been and wish never to become any kind if government employee, thank you very much. Moreover, I'm relishing my well...
24th Mar 2016, 06:27
Replies: 414
Views: 238,559
Posted By GregP

This is an interview with a disgruntled mechanic...

This is an interview with a disgruntled mechanic ... if you take that as good evidence for the aircraft's operational history, perhaps i can interest you in a parcel of shares of the Harbour Bridge ...
24th Mar 2016, 06:23
Replies: 414
Views: 238,559
Posted By GregP

Utter rubbish!!

Utter rubbish!!
22nd Mar 2016, 06:38
Replies: 414
Views: 238,559
Posted By GregP

More 'wild speculation' ... for goodness sake...

More 'wild speculation' ... for goodness sake man. And just who do you think would be privy to the kind of design data you're referring to? Try getting that sort of material out of Boeing or Airbus...
22nd Mar 2016, 06:20
Replies: 414
Views: 238,559
Posted By GregP

The Tindal 'incident' was reviewed as part of the...

The Tindal 'incident' was reviewed as part of the A303 Inquiry and was revealed to be a sham along with one (or two?) other false reports of alleged 'misadventure' at Mt.Isa.
22nd Mar 2016, 05:57
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Views: 238,559
Posted By GregP

The Nomad

Lead Balloon, "wild" speculation all right. And wildly off the mark.
22nd Mar 2016, 03:06
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Views: 238,559
Posted By GregP

The Nomad

Lead Balloon, thank you for 'giving it to me straight'. And your qualification(s) for those remarks are??
19th Mar 2016, 02:23
Replies: 21
Views: 4,463
Posted By GregP

An Aztec

Hmm ... no post-crash fire??

I've got over 1,000hrs on an Aztec; a difficult aircraft to get into trouble with. I wonder whether in a rush to depart he may have mishandled fuel selectors instead...
14th Mar 2016, 01:08
Replies: 414
Views: 238,559
Posted By GregP

I'm not privy to the aircraft's initial design...

I'm not privy to the aircraft's initial design and test parameters along the lines you're citing however, given that the wings are fully strutted and that i know that an exceptionally well qualified...
13th Mar 2016, 07:33
Replies: 414
Views: 238,559
Posted By GregP

In broad terms, the Nomad's operational profile...

In broad terms, the Nomad's operational profile was as, obviously, a twin with exceptional short field performance in and out unprepared strips capable of delivering a couple of sections of equipped...
11th Mar 2016, 04:55
Replies: 414
Views: 238,559
Posted By GregP

The Nomad

Pitty i didn't see theses posts before. I conducted the last inquiry into the crash of a N22 in Australia ... Army A303 at Cheviot Hills near the town of Drake (Nth NSW) in 1992/3.

Almost...
12th Jan 2016, 01:01
Replies: 37
Views: 9,703
Posted By GregP

Cool Note that it says "may be" printed out, not...

Note that it says "may be" printed out, not "shall be". So, retention on a Tablet alone should suffice.
17th Nov 2015, 03:52
Replies: 44
Views: 17,544
Posted By GregP

Angry CASA Medical Incompetence

A couple of weeks ago i did my Class2 renewal; with all the requested ophthalmology and endocrinology reports together with a positive report from my GP with excellent pathology plus a positive...
15th Oct 2015, 05:31
Replies: 52
Views: 36,758
Posted By GregP

When i was a fresh young engineer working for a...

When i was a fresh young engineer working for a certain Australian airline we had an accident in which an apprentice was crushed to death under the nose of a B707 which was having new steering...
10th May 2015, 04:49
Replies: 16
Views: 4,022
Posted By GregP

Just Toys?

Some one has suggested that i use a flight sim program on my laptop as an adjunct to IFR currency. Who's used such a program, did it contribute to your continuing instrument competence and what...
20th May 2014, 02:08
Replies: 54
Views: 15,790
Posted By GregP

RAIM Check

What's the gen on checking for RAIM using the aircraft's equipment .. is it mandatory even if one gets timely Notam advice about possible outages for specific locations?

If there's a mandatory...
20th May 2014, 01:58
Replies: 11
Views: 6,998
Posted By GregP

Just 'book learning' is the second rate way to...

Just 'book learning' is the second rate way to learn (virtually anything for that matter). If you're based in Sydney, Red Baron Aviation (at BK) are about to start a BAK course, to be conducted by...
20th May 2014, 01:50
Replies: 13
Views: 3,528
Posted By GregP

I had the pleasure and privilege of speaking with...

I had the pleasure and privilege of speaking with Sir Jack about three years ago at a function in the central west of NSW. I was a LAME at BK in the early 1970s (when we were selling aeroplanes as...
16th Apr 2014, 00:29
Replies: 28
Views: 6,774
Posted By GregP

Adios Bazza

Well there goes Abbott's triumphalist press conference about Badger's Crik! The project's not getting off to a great start, is it?!?
15th Apr 2014, 05:43
Replies: 28
Views: 6,774
Posted By GregP

Bad luck for BK and CN and thousands of jobs. The...

Bad luck for BK and CN and thousands of jobs. The sensible decision can only be Williamtown .. it already has a 'jet' standard runway (it'll need another of course), a deal of infrastructure, it's...
15th Apr 2014, 03:42
Replies: 53
Views: 10,090
Posted By GregP

Adieu Bankstown and Camden??

Well .. all the speculation would appear to be over now. Abbott has just announced the decision to go ahead with Badgery's Creek as the site for a second Sydney basin airport(!). It's not clear...
1st Nov 2013, 04:45
Replies: 2
Views: 1,832
Posted By GregP

Very many thanks for that ... sounds like a...

Very many thanks for that ... sounds like a comprehensive suite indeed!

Cheers, Greg.
;)
31st Oct 2013, 05:12
Replies: 2
Views: 1,832
Posted By GregP

New Technology for Old Horses

I'm just returning to outback flying. I have a number of flight plans/notifications and weather/Notam product codes in the AAirservices data bank but, of course, i really need a device to use in...
Forum: Cabin Crew
18th Aug 2013, 04:42
Replies: 15
Views: 11,690
Posted By GregP

As a young engineer, one early evening i rushed...

As a young engineer, one early evening i rushed into a BA aircraft closed up at a gate to carry out a cabin inspection (well before ETD, waiting for crew, fuel etc) only to find a pair of cabin crew...
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