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16th Jun 2013, 18:47
Replies: 13
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Posted By 421C

DefDefect, My understanding is that article 8.5...

DefDefect,
My understanding is that article 8.5 exactly address your situation, as you have written. Of course, you'll want to check from a more authoritative source than an anonymous bloke on...
11th Jun 2013, 14:56
Replies: 61
Views: 14,992
Posted By 421C

I did say with one exception. Many people do the...

I did say with one exception. Many people do the training (full or conversion) in minimum hours so there is no scope for the 170A to be a scam, since it occupies training hours that would otherwise...
9th Jun 2013, 07:37
Replies: 13
Views: 8,445
Posted By 421C

non-EASA Type Ratings on EASA licence

I wonder if anyone here has taken advantage of Article 8.5 of the EASA Aircrew Regulation (Part FCL)


What this means is that to comply with the EASA regs that require the crew of a (for...
7th Jun 2013, 07:43
Replies: 61
Views: 14,992
Posted By 421C

I see you are based in Aberdeen. I am on the...

I see you are based in Aberdeen. I am on the South Coast but fly to Scotland a few times a year, went to Aberdeen a few weeks ago. The avgas pricing in Scotland is the most eye-watering I have seen...
7th Jun 2013, 07:29
Replies: 61
Views: 14,992
Posted By 421C

Thanks, you support my point. Your friend did it...

Thanks, you support my point. Your friend did it in minimum hours.
That was my point, the ATO did not scam him for unnecessary training.

Flying is expensive in the UK. I am not defending that,...
7th Jun 2013, 05:53
Replies: 61
Views: 14,992
Posted By 421C

There is a precedent - the conversion of ICAO IRs...

There is a precedent - the conversion of ICAO IRs to JAA ones, where in the UK the previous training was credited for all but 10hrs FNPT2 and 5hrs aircraft training. Very analogous to the new model...
5th Jun 2013, 20:46
Replies: 54
Views: 66,143
Posted By 421C

I'm not so sure the segment isn't suffering a...

I'm not so sure the segment isn't suffering a cyclical effect. The last boom led to a lot of development say around 2000 and a lot of light jet sales in the last decade. The problem now is a double...
5th Jun 2013, 06:50
Replies: 61
Views: 14,992
Posted By 421C

It's not clear because there is nothing to...

It's not clear because there is nothing to clarify IMHO. An IR(A) is an IR(A) whether it's obtained through a Modular route, and Integrated route or a Competence-based Modular route. It should be...
4th Jun 2013, 12:33
Replies: 61
Views: 14,992
Posted By 421C

. So the IMCr stops the weather ever...

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So the IMCr stops the weather ever changing below minima?
What's the difference between depending on a TAF for a VFR flight, depending on a TAF for a EIR flight, depending on a TAF for a IFR...
4th Jun 2013, 09:59
Replies: 61
Views: 14,992
Posted By 421C

Err no, I think we are meant to use a "TAF" and...

Err no, I think we are meant to use a "TAF" and plan accordingly.
28th May 2013, 13:55
Replies: 34
Views: 11,094
Posted By 421C

That doesn't make sense. Plenty (most?) twins...

That doesn't make sense. Plenty (most?) twins have negative climb at Vmca unfeathered. Aren't there different certification rules being muddled here - ie. how Vmca is derived for certification...
21st May 2013, 12:03
Replies: 54
Views: 66,143
Posted By 421C

Thanks for the links Deptrai. The PC-24 is...

Thanks for the links Deptrai.
The PC-24 is massive for a $9m single-pilot jet. It's a midsize, dwarfs the P300 and CJ4. See the size comparator down the page in Deptrai's first link, the "welcome to...
14th May 2013, 17:35
Replies: 9
Views: 2,584
Posted By 421C

I was operating a twin Cessna when the Cessna SID...

I was operating a twin Cessna when the Cessna SID issue emerged in the mid 2000s.
A couple of 400-series aircraft used for Grand Canyon sightseeing (and therefore a vast number of hours and short...
8th May 2013, 19:26
Replies: 78
Views: 20,302
Posted By 421C

Jetblu With the very best wishes for your...

Jetblu
With the very best wishes for your complete recovery and resolution of your troubles, forgive me making 3 rather blunt suggestions:

1. I would stop writing about this on an anonymous...
21st Oct 2012, 15:01
Replies: 31
Views: 5,804
Posted By 421C

I chased a JPI-indicated hot cylinder for a very...

I chased a JPI-indicated hot cylinder for a very long time. Wasted a lot of fuel over-rich, since it was my limiting cylinder. Tried everything and wasted a lot of money on engineers tweaking baffles...
19th Oct 2012, 16:56
Replies: 30
Views: 5,049
Posted By 421C

I agree. But why is this any more suitabe for...

I agree. But why is this any more suitabe for anything else?

The background is very murky on that line in ARA. Originally it wasn't even there in the NPA. There was pushback from some NAA...
18th Sep 2012, 13:22
Replies: 22
Views: 4,615
Posted By 421C

Whopity, where'd you get that from? I don't see...

Whopity, where'd you get that from? I don't see anything in Part FCL about differences training needing an ATO?
brgds
421C
9th Sep 2012, 19:48
Replies: 25
Views: 3,084
Posted By 421C

No; you quote the right para of 14 CFR but have...

No; you quote the right para of 14 CFR but have missed the bit in underline below
What this means is that once your currency lapses, you have 6 months in which you can regain currency flying the...
7th Aug 2012, 20:46
Replies: 16
Views: 6,748
Posted By 421C

Let's also be clear there is absolutely no...

Let's also be clear there is absolutely no comparison between the fees the CAA would charge a UK examiner and the "briefing" for a non-UK examiner. The content of the latter is restricted by Part FCL...
29th Jul 2012, 20:42
Replies: 16
Views: 1,855
Posted By 421C

Err, where did you get that from?

Err, where did you get that from?
29th Jul 2012, 10:25
Replies: 174
Views: 12,473
Posted By 421C

Who is saying that handling is not important?...

Who is saying that handling is not important? No-one. But what handling skills don't do is trump everything else. I could equally reverse what you've said....eg. when handling skills break down, we...
28th Jul 2012, 19:16
Replies: 174
Views: 12,473
Posted By 421C

Pace To be clear, I am not saying handling...

Pace

To be clear, I am not saying handling is out of date! I am saying that a view of pilot training that focuses on handling and maneuvers and does not integrate technology, SRM,...
28th Jul 2012, 15:54
Replies: 174
Views: 12,473
Posted By 421C

Well, you are 30 years out of date in your...

Well, you are 30 years out of date in your thinking. Flight training used to emphasise maneouvers and handling exercises and resulted in pilots who crashed planes because they were inadequately...
27th Jul 2012, 23:02
Replies: 174
Views: 12,473
Posted By 421C

Of course, everything else being equal, 5hrs...

Of course, everything else being equal, 5hrs instruction makes us all better pilots. But everything else isn't equal. For most people 5hrs aeros instruction would be a trade-off against 5hrs of other...
27th Jul 2012, 22:37
Replies: 174
Views: 12,473
Posted By 421C

It's nice of you to say, but I think the truth...

It's nice of you to say, but I think the truth that applies to just about all of us is that our risk of a fatal accident in a light airplane changes very little as we get more experienced/qualified...
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