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Posted By Northbeach

Great questions!

When trying to understand the term “standard calls” it is helpful to define the terms involved. “Standard” in this case means flight crews are required by standard operating procedures (SOPs) to...
Forum: ATC Issues
14th Nov 2012, 17:39
Replies: 2
Views: 1,569
Posted By Northbeach

Thank you for the answer.

I hate being out of the loop. That is a fairly big change, and I missed it. Thank you for your years of service, the update and I hope you are enjoying reitirement.

Respectfully,

Northbeach
Forum: ATC Issues
13th Nov 2012, 06:07
Replies: 2
Views: 1,569
Posted By Northbeach

Question for USA Controllers; "Taxi To" clearance change

Will somebody please confirm that the phrase "Carrier ABC/Aircraft you are cleared to "taxi to" runwy 33 is no longer in use (and has not been for some time)"?

I understood that the phrase "taxi...
Forum: Jet Blast
5th Nov 2012, 17:42
Replies: 28
Views: 2,951
Posted By Northbeach

Normal opps to disaster can happen rapidly.

It is a very interesting question you pose. Perhaps the pilot was fixating and tunnel vision on the anticipated touchdown point excluded his peripheral vision.

One has to notice black SUV...
Forum: Night Stop
4th Nov 2012, 00:09
Replies: 11
Views: 3,808
Posted By Northbeach

DC-ATE ya still got me beat

I missed the F, as the temperatures have been reported in C now Stateside for a long enough time. I saw what I expected to see not what you wrote.

At about -40 C and F the two scales converge...
Forum: Night Stop
3rd Nov 2012, 21:36
Replies: 11
Views: 3,808
Posted By Northbeach

DC-ATE ya got me beat.

PAFA, the coolest I have ever seen was Fairbanks as well, but at only -46C it was relatively balmdy compared to your -70C.

KSAN-San Diego California, love that lay over; Gaslamp district, Little...
2nd Nov 2012, 21:40
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Posted By Northbeach

Is there an update on Dana Air 992, 03 Jun 2012, 5N-RAM?

Has there been any cause attributed to the dual engine failure on the MD-80 that was lost on the 3rd of June in Nigeria?

I have done a web search and read the posts and accident seems to be blamed...
Forum: Tech Log
26th Oct 2012, 20:26
Replies: 35
Views: 5,469
Posted By Northbeach

Cardinal wins............

................ the best word picture I have read in a long time!



As a dog owner.......now that is funny!

In primary flight training, fixed gear piston singles, I was never taught to...
Forum: Tech Log
25th Oct 2012, 00:43
Replies: 41
Views: 6,275
Posted By Northbeach

..mummbles......

For a person who comes across as mightily impressed with their technical prowess and command of the industry, I would suggest you do not make the elementary blunder of posting your 7th contribution...
Forum: Tech Log
17th Oct 2012, 23:43
Replies: 15
Views: 3,753
Posted By Northbeach

True statement. I have never seen a...

True statement.



I have never seen a cold weather correction on a SID, simply an observation.

Look at Jeppesen's Terminal Procedures - North America - Canada CA-19 & 20 for a source...
Forum: Tech Log
17th Oct 2012, 23:15
Replies: 20
Views: 2,984
Posted By Northbeach

glum

I do not think so; I have never noticed, read any or seen any data linking change of temperature at higher altitudes in relation to the sun setting or sun rising. Nor is there any real difference...
Forum: Tech Log
15th Oct 2012, 18:05
Replies: 27
Views: 4,875
Posted By Northbeach

MD80s when the same is not...........

I do not have the privilege of flying 777s so I can not comment on that model.

I fly 737-NGs from my vantage point; provided the same model are compared at the same weight and density altitude...
Forum: Questions
12th Oct 2012, 11:24
Replies: 29
Views: 6,890
Posted By Northbeach

No- that was easy.

No that does not appear to be a stable approach for all the reasons already mentioned.

Perhaps there is some reason for this display of "airmanship". I do not have all the information, but as it...
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Posted By Northbeach

Normal stuff

You have a specialized set of skills that need to be exercised or they atrophy, what you are describing is likely normal. Professional athletes practice virtually every day of the week during the...
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Posted By Northbeach

Typed under the FAA system

I have been “typed” in three aircraft; the cost for each type rating was paid for by my employer.

The first time the ground school portion was done at the home base with company instructors, the...
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Views: 1,415
Posted By Northbeach

Always and never are clues.

Over the years I have come to the conclusion that whenever an aviation related question has either one of the two following words; always never, then the answer is usually false. It looks like you...
Forum: Tech Log
25th Sep 2012, 00:38
Replies: 12
Views: 2,160
Posted By Northbeach

Big picture

Topper80,

When your aircraft was certified it met the regulatory requirements to fit into Category C under normal operating conditions.

Airports, their runways, and approaches are built to...
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Views: 1,338
Posted By Northbeach

Training then experience and hour building.

I would want to know whether or not the school employees its own students as flight instructors following graduation? Your first challenge will be to master the material and gain the coveted...
Forum: Tech Log
13th Sep 2012, 00:21
Replies: 38
Views: 9,516
Posted By Northbeach

Coming to a future near you.......

I would have to respectfully disagree with Huck and the poster above from Hong Kong.

Hucke says he is in the business of flying freight I am not, perhaps he is right. However with ground based...
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Posted By Northbeach

737-800 type rating with 200 total hours of experience.

Researching your activity here on PPRuNe it appears you are a citizen of Oman, have approximately 200 hours and a Canadian Commercial pilot's license perhaps a frozen ATPl as well. You are looking...
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Views: 1,681
Posted By Northbeach

Stick with your job.

You can provide well for yourself and the people you care for by continuing to do what you are now doing. Why give it up for aviation?

Become a flight instructor and teach flying on the side as...
22nd Aug 2012, 22:12
Replies: 49
Views: 9,274
Posted By Northbeach

Every addict has an addiction demanding to be fed!

Every individual overcome with an addiction/dependency feels the“need” you wrote about, sometimes the “need” is so overwhelming that they will do anything, including kill, to satisfy the craving. I...
17th Aug 2012, 19:10
Replies: 49
Views: 9,274
Posted By Northbeach

Heathrow Harry, are you telling us that there is...

Heathrow Harry, are you telling us that there is not already a tax on jet fuel?


In a previous job I was charged with monitoring jet fuel prices domestically and in Europe for our flight crews...
15th Aug 2012, 16:52
Replies: 49
Views: 9,274
Posted By Northbeach

Good Luck with your cause.

The government that can and promises to “give” you everything can “take” everything as well.

It seems like those in positions of political power view commerce and the masses as servants to their...
Replies: 11
Views: 2,206
Posted By Northbeach

Bad and getting worse

No you are not the only one asking the question. It gets worse, after paying out the huge sums of money required to get all the necessary training, you still do not have the experience to land a job....
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