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1st Feb 2018, 02:12
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Posted By Virtually There

Yeah, there are a couple of survey vans that I...

Yeah, there are a couple of survey vans that I know of - obviously full of equipment - and I've seen the odd meat bomber, but I recall there was another for private hire at one stage (ostensibly for...
31st Jan 2018, 10:18
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Posted By Virtually There

Caravan hire out of YPJT

Anyone know of any C208 (A or B, 11 or 14 seat config) vans available for private hire and/or charter out of YPJT? Pilot has about 900 hours on type. PM if you like. Thanks.
22nd Sep 2017, 05:31
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Posted By Virtually There

The end.[/quote] I'm happy to leave it at that.

The end.[/quote]
I'm happy to leave it at that.
22nd Sep 2017, 05:19
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Posted By Virtually There

I'm quite comfortable with what I see. Perhaps...

I'm quite comfortable with what I see. Perhaps you should look back at your initial interactions with me. Respect is a two-way street - as most here will know.


Just because you haven't heard or...
14th Sep 2017, 10:41
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Posted By Virtually There

To the first and second points, correct. I quoted...

To the first and second points, correct. I quoted the reg and that contains provisions for both aid failure and going out of tolerance. I went back to one of the sources I obtained this from to...
14th Sep 2017, 09:05
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Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

Yes, and while it's not always ideal, it's safe,...

Yes, and while it's not always ideal, it's safe, legal, and there is a reason behind it. And I take your point about the MAPt vs MDA on an RNAV in a high-peformance aircraft. All this shows is there...
14th Sep 2017, 08:59
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Posted By Virtually There

Horses for courses. I also said earlier in this...

Horses for courses. I also said earlier in this thread it wasn't being proposed for every approach; only in certain circumstances where there were no known obstacles and you could still track...
14th Sep 2017, 08:56
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Posted By Virtually There

1. Yes, if you are bang on glidescope. And your...

1. Yes, if you are bang on glidescope. And your aircraft has altimetre pressure correction. Otherwise, you might be a little under (still within tolerances), or have a 50' higher DA, and reach it...
14th Sep 2017, 08:43
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Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

I understand, and thank you for taking the time...

I understand, and thank you for taking the time to post. This is the GA forum - none of what I've written applies to the jet jockeys - and all I was really asking was for someone to point out the...
14th Sep 2017, 08:27
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

Actually, I got my answer a few pages ago and...

Actually, I got my answer a few pages ago and said as much in Post 52. But, you know, then the seagulls swooped with their suggestions I wanted to kill myself etc, and here we are, flogging a dead...
14th Sep 2017, 08:18
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Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

Post 50, etc.

Post 50, etc.
14th Sep 2017, 07:23
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Posted By Virtually There

As I've already pointed out, we're not talking...

As I've already pointed out, we're not talking about precision approaches.

This is not directed at you, RAMROD, but there are a lot of people here quick to comment and slow to read.

If I'm...
14th Sep 2017, 07:15
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

WTF? Have you ever done an instrument approach? ...

WTF? Have you ever done an instrument approach?

WTF? If aircraft didn't occasionally go out of tolerance on an approach, there would be no need for ENR 1.5 1.10.1.

WTF? Can you even read...
14th Sep 2017, 02:57
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

The circumstances in my last post are what they...

The circumstances in my last post are what they are referring to. The grey area is obviously that you can still legally land whilst executing a missed approach if you break visual and are in a...
14th Sep 2017, 01:54
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

Ask CASA. AIP ENR 1.5 1.10.2 clearly says "fly to...

Ask CASA. AIP ENR 1.5 1.10.2 clearly says "fly to the MAPt", but it doesn't say how. 1.11.1(c) suggests dead reckoning, but not in relation to 1.10.2.

It wasn't suggested to fly down to the MDA,...
14th Sep 2017, 01:48
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Posted By Virtually There

Completely in agreement.

Completely in agreement.
14th Sep 2017, 01:34
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Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

That's a very interesting suggestion. Because it...

That's a very interesting suggestion. Because it alludes to one of only two possibilities: that I discovered and applied this legal loophole all by myself . . . or that it was suggested to me by...
13th Sep 2017, 11:46
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

AIP ENR 1.5 -10 Missed Approach Tracking You...

AIP ENR 1.5 -10 Missed Approach Tracking
You weren't wrong trojan.[/quote]
Exactly. 1.10.2 does not tell you when to start the climb - it says fly to the MAPt and followed the MA procedure. Yet...
13th Sep 2017, 09:41
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

There's a difference between arguing a point and...

There's a difference between arguing a point and aligning yourself with it. Lawyers do it all the time. I'm not a lawyer. I hadn't even thought of this scenario myself, yet it appears some would like...
13th Sep 2017, 07:59
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

Agreed. But pick an RNAV - any RNAV - and read...

Agreed. But pick an RNAV - any RNAV - and read the MA instructions. Most, if not all, state "Track DCT to H, at H turn left/right heading X. Climb to X." - in that order.

If I were to read that...
13th Sep 2017, 07:06
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

What has this got to do with me living or dieing?...

What has this got to do with me living or dieing? You're the third person who seems to have fixated on this. Care to explain?
13th Sep 2017, 07:03
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

AIP GEN 3.3 4.4 An aircraft must not be flown...

AIP GEN 3.3
4.4 An aircraft must not be flown under the IFR, lower than the published lowest safe altitude or the lowest safe altitude calculated in accordance with this section, except when being...
13th Sep 2017, 06:03
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

Ah, but I am executing a Missed Approach in...

Ah, but I am executing a Missed Approach in accordance with 1.10.1 . . . it's just that I haven't started climbing yet because the regs do not state you must commence an immediate climb unless you...
13th Sep 2017, 05:15
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

Fair point, but as you say, you may still be...

Fair point, but as you say, you may still be configured for a circling approach.


I agree, it makes provision for climbing prior to the MAPt. And we can rule out any precision approach in the...
12th Sep 2017, 15:59
Replies: 96
Views: 12,249
Posted By Virtually There

GA single or multi.

GA single or multi.
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