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Aircraft Weight Question by Bill Denton
Consider the following aircraft: Seats ---------------------------------------------- 2 Empty Weight (typical) -------------------- 920 lbs. Maximum Gross Weight -----------------1320 lbs. Useful Load ----------------------------------- 400 lbs.
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January 25th 07 04:28 AM
by Jim Macklin Go to last post
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Is the 787 a failure ? by Transition Zone
Date: Thu, 23 Dec 2010 21:23:55 -0500 Local: Thurs, Dec 23 2010 9:23 pm JF Mezei wrote: On December 23rd, Boeing announced it is now resuming flight testing on ZA004. They have updated the power distrubution *software* and will test this, along with...
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April 28th 13 02:05 PM
by Bradley K. Sherman Go to last post
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How to calculate TOC and TOD? by Andrea da lontano
Hi everybody, just a simple question: does anybody of you know a simple way of calculating the Top of Climb and Top o Descent points? Thanks in advance for any useful hint. Ciao Andrea
October 21st 04 09:24 PM
by Dean Wilkinson Go to last post
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Cessna Cardinal 177 RG II v. Piper Arrow III (70s) v. Piper Arrow III (brand new) by [email protected]
So I've decided to buy a plane (in July of 2007), and I've come to a dilemma. I learned to fly on a Piper Arrow and very much like that plane, though I haven't flown one in over a year, what I have been flying is a Cessna Cardinal 177 RGII, very nice plane, great handling and a pleasure to fly as...
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September 23rd 06 12:48 AM
by Margy Natalie Go to last post
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Avgas in France has reached $7.50/gal ! by G Farris
The title says it all. Just received the latest price sheet from TOTAL. Probably about the same throughout Europe. JET-A is exactly half the price. G Faris
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April 29th 05 05:17 PM
by CriticalMass Go to last post
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UAV's and TFR's along the Mexico boarder by John Doe
How much of the American boarder with Mexico is out of radar contact? There was some fuss about the FAA creating TFRs for the UAVs that are flying with boarder patrol along the Mexico. Why can't the UAV just fly along under an IFR flight plan and everyone else just avoid the little thing...
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March 31st 06 06:58 PM
by Larry Dighera Go to last post
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I give up, after many, many years! by Jay Somerset
I give up -- not flying -- but subscribing to this NG. It is just too riddled with crap and backbiting, to the point that it carries little if any useful exchange of interest to active pilots. It isn't worth the effort any more, even with multiple kill files. So good riddance to 90+% of the...
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June 4th 08 03:49 AM
by Bertie the Bunyip[_24_] Go to last post
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We Are All Spaniards by Jay Honeck
We are all Spaniards today. As a percentage of Spanish population, the horrendous terrorist attack on Madrid has now actually injured and killed more people than the World Trade Center attacks did to America in 2001. Terrorism must be stopped, whatever the cost. Whether it was Basque separatists...
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January 14th 05 02:59 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Bible-beater pilots by Jay Honeck
Yesterday was clear, in the 60s (in November in Iowa!), and -- best of all -- our day off. With the kids in school, and the plane fully fueled, it was off to...where? Prairie du Chein, sitting at the confluence of the Mississippi and Wisconsin Rivers, beckoned, with its beautiful approaches,...
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December 11th 03 04:39 PM
by Mike Z. Go to last post
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Co-pilot gets sick, stewardess helps land airplane by Clarence do we have clearance?
Maybe he shouldn't have had the fish. Thank goodness Karen Black was working the flight! http://www.chicagobreakingnews.com/2010/06/flight-attendant-helps-pilot-land-plane.html Flight attendant helps pilot land plane June 15, 2010 A flight attendant who has a pilot's license replaced an ill...
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July 19th 10 06:21 AM
by Wingnut Go to last post
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4 Attachment(s) Leaving the community by David Brooks
One thing - one of so very many things - I learned in my five years of flying is that partisan politics does not fit into the cockpit. Most of my flight instructors have, I know, been to the right of me politically. I had a most enjoyable flight with CJ - although he has since earned my...
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November 29th 04 01:07 AM
by Matt Whiting Go to last post
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Thrown out of an FBO... by Jay Honeck
Decades ago, in my younger days (okay, waaaay younger), I was asked to leave a drinking establishment or two, and I've had a few women show me the door, over time...but I never thought I'd ever be asked to leave an FBO. To our amazement, it happened to Mary and me today. It all started pleasantly...
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November 22nd 06 06:09 PM
by Al G Go to last post
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NATCA Going Down in Flames by Jay Honeck
As of today, the FAA has imposed a dress code on their employees, requiring that they (*gasp!*) NOT where flip-flops and cut-offs to work! Amazingly, believe it or not, these employees are now actually going to be required to wear (*Oh-mi-God*) DRESS PANTS and a DRESS SHIRT to work! In the face...
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September 22nd 06 01:35 PM
by bdl Go to last post
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Flaps on take-off and landing by Mxsmanic
At what point does one normally set flaps before take-off? I've been doing it only when aligning with the runway, on the theory that extending flaps prior to that would just make me more vulnerable to wind while on the taxiway or at the gate. Similarly, I retract the flaps completely as soon as...
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September 22nd 06 09:02 AM
by Roger (K8RI) Go to last post
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How high can you fly? by Mark
Ok, it's the year 2016. You are in a little Cessna 150. You're plane isn't pressurized because it will implode, so you're wearing a pressurized body suit. You have an oxygen mask. You plane is powered by a very powerful brushless electric motor supplied by a 20lb carbon nanotube source that is...
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October 17th 10 01:36 AM
by Mark Go to last post
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"Out of fuel, out of hope: 'Help, I'm in the water'" by [email protected]
Out of fuel, out of hope: 'Help, I'm in the water' A 20-year-old from Springfield who had hoped to swim in the Olympics was flying a single-engine plane to his college in Wisconsin late Monday night when he ran out of fuel over Lake Michigan. at...
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May 3rd 05 11:21 PM
by Bill G Go to last post
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1 Attachment(s) Pilot's Political Orientation by Chicken Bone
Flightinfo.com asked for pilots political orientation. Results: Democrat 22.97% Republican 57.24% Ind. 19.79% http://forums.flightinfo.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=21699
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June 29th 04 12:47 AM
by Larry Dighera Go to last post
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Jet fuel A-1 specific gravity by [email protected]
When I was involved in the design-build project of at least two A-1 pipelines here in the United Arab Emirates, I recall seeing the bid documents state the Specific Gravity of A-1 as being between 0.78 and 0.84. Can anyone point me to a link that endorses this range as an accepted international...
May 20th 06 04:39 PM
by James Robinson Go to last post
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GPS Altitude with WAAS by Phil Verghese
I posted earlier about seeing differences of up to 500' between the altitude shown on my Garmin GPS 196 (even while receiving WAAS) and my altimeter. The GPS would consistently indicate higher than the altimeter. Dan Luke suggested the cause might be non-standard temperatures. After some more...
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October 5th 03 12:39 AM
by Fred E. Pate Go to last post
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Should I be scared -- C172 over Gross by tman
Flown C172's for quite a while, and never had anybody in the back. Now I'm planning on quite a trip, with 2 pax and luggage. When I fill the fuel to the *tabs*, calc everyone's weight honestly and consider baggage -- I'm 75 lbs over the 2450 gross on departure. Maybe 100 over gross if I assume...
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May 3rd 08 01:22 AM
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