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21st Mar 2019, 16:39
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Posted By Sam Rutherford

Can I suggest that there are equally few G reg...

Can I suggest that there are equally few G reg ramp checks in the UK by UK CAA inspectors?
21st Mar 2019, 12:19
Replies: 1,766
Views: 2,066,285
Posted By Sam Rutherford

FAA rules are wobbly prop, wobbly gear and flaps....

FAA rules are wobbly prop, wobbly gear and flaps. It's a tad more detailed than that (!) but them's the basics.

So a Piper Arrow is complex.
20th Mar 2019, 15:07
Replies: 7
Views: 556
Posted By Sam Rutherford

I'm not suggesting it, I know it. Indeed I...

I'm not suggesting it, I know it.

Indeed I have a mate who flies between London and Rome twice a month with the Boss' wife's dog for a trim. Sometimes the only pax on board has four legs -...
20th Mar 2019, 14:41
Replies: 7
Views: 556
Posted By Sam Rutherford

Well, it is possible to fly into/out of the UK...

Well, it is possible to fly into/out of the UK with a footballer perfectly legally in a private plane - apparently pooches are subject to stricter legislation!
20th Mar 2019, 14:39
Replies: 10
Views: 576
Posted By Sam Rutherford

And how does the registration change any of this?...

And how does the registration change any of this? G or N, both can be used illegally equally easily...
20th Mar 2019, 14:30
Replies: 7
Views: 556
Posted By Sam Rutherford

Hm, so all the millionaires flying their pooches...

Hm, so all the millionaires flying their pooches between London and St.Tropez on their jet - all illegal?
20th Mar 2019, 13:55
Replies: 7
Views: 556
Posted By Sam Rutherford

Entering the UK, private aircraft, with dog - prohibited?

Somebody sent me an email telling me that it was no longer possible to bring a dog into the UK on a private plane - I was surprised but have zero experience of transporting pets.

Is that the case?...
20th Mar 2019, 13:51
Replies: 10
Views: 576
Posted By Sam Rutherford

One of my planes is on the N register, mainly...

One of my planes is on the N register, mainly because it is more easily modified (changing windows, adding equipment etc.). Particularly the whole field approval procedure which has no easy...
19th Mar 2019, 17:32
Replies: 16
Views: 1,577
Posted By Sam Rutherford

In light aircraft? (as per thread title)

In light aircraft? (as per thread title)
19th Mar 2019, 17:25
Replies: 16
Views: 1,577
Posted By Sam Rutherford

wrecker And that is how many times in total? ...

wrecker And that is how many times in total? That you've seen this effect and been hit by lightning?
19th Mar 2019, 17:08
Replies: 16
Views: 1,577
Posted By Sam Rutherford

On balance though, not really a concern - thanks!...

On balance though, not really a concern - thanks!

I wonder when/if I'll ever see it again - typical I was solo at the time...
18th Mar 2019, 08:18
Replies: 16
Views: 1,577
Posted By Sam Rutherford

So whilst this is not (I think) a desirable...

So whilst this is not (I think) a desirable situation to be in (safety-wise), is it:

Not too bad
High risk
Dangerous
You'll be lucky to survive

I will admit to simply not knowing, would...
17th Mar 2019, 21:38
Replies: 16
Views: 1,577
Posted By Sam Rutherford

St.Elmo's fire in light aircraft.

So, a first for me tonight, little blue flashes along leading edges. Stormscope had strikes about 30km away, but clearly there was more electrical activity nearer by.

Anyone else had this?

Sam.
11th Mar 2019, 10:30
Replies: 19
Views: 1,622
Posted By Sam Rutherford

Thank you everyone, very helpful. I did know...

Thank you everyone, very helpful.

I did know about the 'not having to go to the US', but whilst there is lots of "I think it's possible via Tom/Paris/etc. etc.- I've not seen a 'certain' other...
8th Mar 2019, 02:55
Replies: 19
Views: 1,622
Posted By Sam Rutherford

Okay, so first reply suggests that my...

Okay, so first reply suggests that my understanding is correct - though will wait in case there are other answers to be sure. Interesting for the second part, though I suspect impractical in reality.
8th Mar 2019, 01:18
Replies: 19
Views: 1,622
Posted By Sam Rutherford

FAA piggyback, keeping it legal

Got a question.

FAA piggyback licence. Not me (have standalone) but asked by a client...

Have to go to US, have foreign verified - we agree.

Now, I thought that you need do nothing else...
3rd Mar 2019, 07:53
Replies: 2
Views: 1,291
Posted By Sam Rutherford

10K kg

Question (only just relevant here!)

Nav fees start once MAUW exceeds 2 tonne, are there any other weight points at which the calculation changes? Ie flat $50/tonne until 50 tonnes, then...
26th Feb 2019, 16:58
Replies: 25
Views: 2,354
Posted By Sam Rutherford

Flying with personal logbook

I've assumed for years that it was a legal obligation until I saw another post on another thread.

Then, just thought that whilst in the army we never had our logbooks with us (if for no other...
26th Feb 2019, 16:53
Replies: 7
Views: 925
Posted By Sam Rutherford

+1 for Oregon - amazing product that last...

+1 for Oregon - amazing product that last forever...
26th Feb 2019, 16:22
Replies: 9
Views: 689
Posted By Sam Rutherford

CG is another that will have a huge impact,...

CG is another that will have a huge impact, particularly in a tailwheel aircraft if it's weighted towards the rear...
22nd Feb 2019, 15:46
Replies: 2
Views: 653
Posted By Sam Rutherford

We have a solution for this...

We have a solution for this...
14th Feb 2019, 03:36
Replies: 17
Views: 1,927
Posted By Sam Rutherford

One nice trick is only giving the clearance on an...

One nice trick is only giving the clearance on an HF frequency - but there is a workaround.
13th Feb 2019, 14:29
Replies: 17
Views: 1,927
Posted By Sam Rutherford

The rules on HF are variable depending which bit...

The rules on HF are variable depending which bit of ocean you are flying over. Also the levels of control/checking vary by state.

Not hugely helpful answer, but at least will clarify that there...
5th Feb 2019, 14:51
Replies: 1,766
Views: 2,066,285
Posted By Sam Rutherford

If they recover the GPS it should answer a bunch...

If they recover the GPS it should answer a bunch of questions as it will have been recording position (every second, or even more?) until being submerged.

And the odds are that the data is okay.
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