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I'm guessing the requirements for those...

I'm guessing the requirements for those undertaking an an-initio integrated fATPL course are different then as they are awarded an fATPL (CPL/MEIR/MCC) with less than 200 hours actual flight time...
9th Jan 2008, 10:48
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Posted By Vee One...Rotate

They'll get over it ;)

They'll get over it ;)
4th Jan 2008, 17:49
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Posted By Vee One...Rotate

There's an ATC forum where you'll probably get...

There's an ATC forum where you'll probably get more useful info.

Best of luck :ok:

V1R
Forum: Jet Blast
3rd Jan 2008, 18:59
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Posted By Vee One...Rotate

I'd have thought the lowering of inhibitions and...

I'd have thought the lowering of inhibitions and the reduced ability to make rational decisions, as a direct result of the alcohol, could well be one reason!

V1R
9th Dec 2007, 12:01
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Perfect, cheers. V1R :ok:

Perfect, cheers.

V1R :ok:
9th Dec 2007, 09:03
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Simulator authority codes

Hmmm, where to post this...seems a good a place as any...

What's the "authority code" of a simulator and where would I find it? Is a lowly Frasca FNPT II likely to have one? I'm guessing it's a...
3rd Dec 2007, 15:59
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Posted By Vee One...Rotate

Thank you muchly.

Thank you muchly.
3rd Dec 2007, 14:58
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Night flying - VFR or IFR etc.?

I've got it in my head that there's no such thing as VFR at night in the UK (regardless of whether the conditions are VMC, meaning, if this is the case, that IFR must apply) but I know that PPL...
21st Nov 2007, 22:43
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"Discovery is a type Space Shuttle, routing...

"Discovery is a type Space Shuttle, routing Florida direct Fairford, currently north of the Azores, 200,000 feet on QNH 1003, estimate Fairford momentarily, request joining instructions."

A...
16th Nov 2007, 12:47
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Posted By Vee One...Rotate

If you fancy an afternoon of sifting, I'm told...

If you fancy an afternoon of sifting, I'm told the privelages of a PPL are in The Air Navigation Order, Schedule 8.

Have fun :ok:
29th Oct 2007, 11:27
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Posted By Vee One...Rotate

Loads and loads of info on the OAT assessment on...

Loads and loads of info on the OAT assessment on this site - just run a search. OAT's own forums are also full of information.
Forum: ATC Issues
28th Oct 2007, 10:27
Replies: 52
Views: 15,375
Posted By Vee One...Rotate

ATCO 2, The altitude indicated on the...

ATCO 2,

The altitude indicated on the transponder and sent to an ATCO's SSR screen on the ground is pressure altitude i.e. the aircraft's flight level and so 1013 mb (OK, OK, hPa!) is the datum....
27th Oct 2007, 19:22
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Posted By Vee One...Rotate

Personally I prefer the UNOS...

Personally I prefer the UNOS (undershoot/overshoot) method i.e. non-timed. Seems to be more accurate and require less fine-tuning after roll-out. The timed method relies on your standard rate turn...
16th Oct 2007, 11:36
Replies: 55
Views: 13,097
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Yeah, wouldn't like to get into certain corners...

Yeah, wouldn't like to get into certain corners in a Seneca either.

In a hot climate, even moderately loaded and at moderate altitudes, when you bin an engine in the cruise you're sometimes forced...
16th Oct 2007, 11:15
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Posted By Vee One...Rotate

Sedbergh, I fly PA34 Seneca aircraft and we...

Sedbergh,

I fly PA34 Seneca aircraft and we often practice engine failures after takeoff (usually at about 200' AGL) and they are, by necessity, perfectly managable. Speed control is important...
16th Oct 2007, 11:02
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Views: 13,097
Posted By Vee One...Rotate

If you know what Performance Category the a/c is...

If you know what Performance Category the a/c is in, you'd be able to find any climb requirements in JAR-OPS (or the FAA etc. equivalent) in the corresponding section.

V1R :ok:
Forum: Jet Blast
14th Oct 2007, 12:00
Replies: 20
Views: 2,733
Posted By Vee One...Rotate

Glorius! Love that Wispa-ery goodness. Off to the...

Glorius! Love that Wispa-ery goodness. Off to the shop now to get one.

No, really.
13th Oct 2007, 10:00
Replies: 6
Views: 1,573
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For what it's worth, there are (and I was quite...

For what it's worth, there are (and I was quite surprised by this!) two students at my flight school who are missing a kidney and they've both got Class I medicals and are in the process of training...
9th Oct 2007, 21:03
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Views: 4,490
Posted By Vee One...Rotate

Just beat me to it rustle!

Just beat me to it rustle!
9th Oct 2007, 21:01
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Views: 4,490
Posted By Vee One...Rotate

One realistic scenario springs to mind - running...

One realistic scenario springs to mind - running a tank dry and having the engine stop before clicking what's happened. Once re-started and the problem identified, you'd have no reason to worry about...
9th Oct 2007, 20:34
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Views: 4,490
Posted By Vee One...Rotate

It would depend on if you'd managed to work out...

It would depend on if you'd managed to work out why it had stopped and the unique circumstances on the day.

Any particular situation you were thinking of?
22nd Aug 2007, 16:44
Replies: 27
Views: 3,432
Posted By Vee One...Rotate

Hi, People with more knowledge can probably...

Hi,

People with more knowledge can probably give you more detailed information but...

If you HAD to land (e.g. all your engines quit) I'd imagine your first choice would be an airfield within...
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Views: 1,860
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Yep - 18 to hold a CPL/IR or 'frozen' ATPL (a...

Yep - 18 to hold a CPL/IR or 'frozen' ATPL (a colloquialism for a CPL/IR + ATPL theoretical knowledge) and 21 to hold a ('full') ATPL.

V1R
16th Aug 2007, 22:19
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Views: 1,226
Posted By Vee One...Rotate

BALPA do it. www.balpa.org V1R

BALPA do it.

www.balpa.org

V1R
26th Jul 2007, 21:45
Replies: 25
Views: 2,867
Posted By Vee One...Rotate

Read through it a couple of times - don't worry...

Read through it a couple of times - don't worry too much about notes. You'll get the gist.

Then go through all of Air Law questions in the PPL Confuser.

That's what I did. Make it a doddle!
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