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3rd Feb 2014, 16:35
Replies: 94
Views: 77,717
Posted By Flying Beancounter

I'd say you were pretty close Magicmick. There...

I'd say you were pretty close Magicmick. There are certainly stories of TRI/TREs being pulled off courses to fly the line. Short of Captains, but hopefully good news for experienced FOs.
Holyjoe,...
Replies: 14
Views: 6,153
Posted By Flying Beancounter

CRM Europe

Have a look at CRM Europe at White Waltham. Good quality course and a good price. Comes well recommended.
27th Nov 2012, 11:39
Replies: 6
Views: 1,866
Posted By Flying Beancounter

About 40 to 45 WORKING DAYS (almost 9 weeks!)

Yes mine took 43 working days. I needed to renew my JAA licence as it had less than six months to run and I needed a foreign validation. I telephoned Licensing & Training Standards at Gatwick...
28th Sep 2012, 15:19
Replies: 133
Views: 29,786
Posted By Flying Beancounter

One ACCIDENT and a number of INCIDENTS

Accident: Ryanair B738 at Rome on Nov 10th 2008, engine and landing gear trouble, temporarily departed runway (http://avherald.com/h?article=40fc7579&opt=0)
Forum: Questions
11th Sep 2012, 09:57
Replies: 2
Views: 1,290
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Climb at White Bug with Flaps 15

If OEI in icing conditions then for obstacle clearance you would continue the climb at White Bug and Flaps 15.
The ATR42-500 performance charts for the company at the particular airfield would...
5th Apr 2012, 12:00
Replies: 88
Views: 70,053
Posted By Flying Beancounter

ATR Cold Weather Operations

You can get all the latest info on cold weather ops from the ATR website.

Cold Weather Operations 2011 - PDF ~ 2812 kB
...
3rd Apr 2012, 10:36
Replies: 88
Views: 70,053
Posted By Flying Beancounter

We will have to wait to see the full report...

We will have to wait to see the full report before we can speculate as to what actually happened to those poor guys.
ATR gear retraction usually comes as soon as you have positive climb which is...
3rd Apr 2012, 09:31
Replies: 88
Views: 70,053
Posted By Flying Beancounter

T/O Flap Retraction and Icing Speeds

Take off flap is 15 degrees.

At "Acceleration Altitude" the "Climb Sequence" is initiated. The nose is lowered with a climb airspeed of 170 Knots set in the ATR 72 (some companies use 180 Knots)...
Replies: 8
Views: 7,930
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Skyblue

I did my ATR rating with Skyblue and was very happy with the whole experience. Their trainers and examiner were very experienced and professional and the cost was the best at the time.
Skyblue are...
Replies: 3
Views: 1,779
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Yes, I did a ATR Typerating with Skyblue in 2008....

Yes, I did a ATR Typerating with Skyblue in 2008. Very good experience and the price was also good. I believe they use Toulouse, Morlaix(where I did my rating) and apparently Dublin depending on sim...
20th Apr 2011, 18:38
Replies: 22
Views: 15,978
Posted By Flying Beancounter

The route will be serviced by a fast new ATR 42-500 series aircraft

I realise that this is a rumour network, but why the speculation when the position is on the BI website under news (and has been there since March!).
"New route between Jersey and London City...
Forum: Questions
18th Jan 2011, 11:26
Replies: 1
Views: 1,874
Posted By Flying Beancounter

No not particularly. Ice protection on...

No not particularly.
Ice protection on turboprops usually comes by way of electrically heated propellers and horns together with pneumatic deicing boots on the leading edges and engine intakes, etc....
12th Nov 2010, 11:49
Replies: 6
Views: 2,341
Posted By Flying Beancounter

October 2011 if you can believe it!

Latest reports are now for an October 2011 start. They have had ATR pilots in Cabinda for some while waiting for the start!
12th Nov 2010, 11:24
Replies: 4
Views: 2,652
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Hours on type?

There are jobs if you have an ATR rating and 500hrs on type, but currently they would be in Africa or Asia.
Forum: Italian Forum
4th Nov 2010, 13:54
Replies: 7
Views: 1,288
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Avionimc Yes, that would have been Yorden. He...

Avionimc
Yes, that would have been Yorden. He is a Dutch New Zealander! A very well organised ferry guy and a pleasure to fly with. We were only stopping to refuel but the Indian Customs guy was...
Forum: Italian Forum
3rd Nov 2010, 16:31
Replies: 7
Views: 1,288
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Former I-ATPA now XY-AIS

Apologies for replying in English.
Yes, we ferried this aircraft (s/n 626) from Ciampino to Kuala Lumpur leaving Rome on 24 October. We went via Beirut (fuel stop), Al Ain UAE (overnight stop),...
24th Sep 2010, 14:57
Replies: 4
Views: 2,597
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Please put back in: Airlines, Airports & Routes

WHY MOVE TO:
Spectators Balcony (Spotters Corner) If you're not a professional pilot but want to discuss issues about the job......

THIS THREAD REALLY DOES BELONG IN:
Airlines, Airports &...
23rd Sep 2010, 11:10
Replies: 4
Views: 2,597
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Yes, the UK

see the following from the news section of United's website:
10 Jul, 2010
United Airways celebrating three years of operation.
United Airways celebrates three years of its service today. On the...
17th Sep 2010, 15:15
Replies: 2
Views: 5,815
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Yes exactly as BV says: ATR 72-212 has the...

Yes exactly as BV says:
ATR 72-212 has the PW127 and is Non-PEC (Propeller Electronic Control) and therefore has manual prop setting.
ATR 72 212A also has the PW127 but with PEC (so the prop has an...
9th Sep 2010, 11:08
Replies: 4
Views: 1,591
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Bangladesh Air Law Exam?

Can anyone give any clues where to find the syllabus for the CAAB Air Law paper?
The CAAB website doesn't seem to give any clues.
Is there any information detailing the Bangladesh Air Law...
12th Aug 2010, 11:31
Replies: 2
Views: 642
Posted By Flying Beancounter

I have sent you a Private Message

I have sent you a Private Message
Forum: Questions
29th Jun 2010, 09:31
Replies: 3
Views: 1,184
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Skyblue in Exeter

It's a good course, I personally did it in 2008.
They now use the sims at the ATR Training Centre in Toulouse, but Skyblue always seem to be more competitive on price.
With Sterling relatively...
Replies: 8
Views: 1,433
Posted By Flying Beancounter

No real comparison

Seneca:
One battery + two generators + external power connector (DC)

ATR:
Two batteries (main + emergency),
Two engine driven DC starter/generators,
Two static inverters (supplied by DC...
Replies: 4
Views: 1,258
Posted By Flying Beancounter

CPL/IR - Try Aeros

I did my CPL/IR with Aeros at Gloucester.
Very good setup and excellent instructors.
Good first-time/first-series pass rates.:)
8th Feb 2010, 12:31
Replies: 7
Views: 6,986
Posted By Flying Beancounter

Go East

ATRISGREAT/JOHN, I am sorry to see you comment "the ATR type rating is more expensive than an A320 or B737 TR". Whilst this may well have been your experience, the ATR rating is usually about half...
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