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Aviation Training One International by planedriver7
Hi there, Aviation Training One International is a flight Academy located in the Dumaguete,Philippines which offer Commercial Pilot training, AMT training, Flight Instructor training too.And here's something different they have a course where you get a Bachelor's In Aviation.. Check It out...
January 26th 09 11:50 AM
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Its been bugging me.. which radar by John Szalay
Mystery solved, at least part of it.. Don't know how many of you have seen this system, I noticed the unit sitting on top of the landfill mounds under the flightpath to SDF in Lousville KY Alongside I-65, just north of the Outer Loop.. I know it's a radar unit, But it has two...
January 22nd 09 04:25 PM
by John Szalay Go to last post
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pilot currency by Peter Hermann[_2_]
weiss jemand eine gute deutsche Uebersetzung fuer "pilot currency" bzw. "currency"? (ich brauche einen guten Ausdruck fuer eine Flugbuchsoftware) http://www.aviationwise.org/AC61-98A.html
January 22nd 09 10:54 AM
by Peter Hermann[_2_] Go to last post
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Object identification by Rich
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/richards_internet/TEMPORARY/MOTORS.html The third picture down. Does anyone know if this is an aircraft part? I think dad intimated it was, but he could easily be wrong about that. TIA.
January 22nd 09 02:11 AM
by Brian Whatcott Go to last post
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Density Altitude Calculator by Brian Whatcott
Rajat Garg wrote: Guys, I just came across this - http://www.pilotoutlook.com/calculators/density-altitude-calculator It may be useful for other students. They also have other flight planning tools at -
January 22nd 09 02:01 AM
by Brian Whatcott Go to last post
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JFK Airport Birdstirke Dangers Being Ignored? by Bill Mulcahy
For years I have been talking about the danger of using a JFK runway (22 right) that has a bird nesting area (Joco Marsh) at it's end. http://pages.prodigy.com/uzac16a/joco3.jpg Rather than redirect this runway to its original location, over the middle of Jamaica Bay, the FAA and the Port...
January 18th 09 09:50 PM
by Bertie the Bunyip[_28_] Go to last post
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I think we've made it through 2008... by Bob Fry
....without any noobs reposting that stupid Night Before Christmas rhyme about Santa. A good start for 2009. -- Believe those who are seeking the truth; doubt those who find it. ~ Andre Gide
January 1st 09 02:42 AM
by Sylvain Go to last post
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GoogleView by Brian Whatcott
A look down at Heathrow. http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=heathrow&sll=40.645521,-73.778182&sspn=0.005788,0.00957&ie=UTF8&ll=51.474515,-0.435736&spn=0.001228,0.003412&t=h&z=19&iwloc=addr or a TinyURL version, I hope.... http://tinyurl.com/8reo8f BrianW
December 27th 08 03:41 PM
by Brian Whatcott Go to last post
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G'day from Australia by Nostalgair
Hi All, I've just discovered your forum and joined in recent days and thought I'd say g'day. I'm from 'down under' in Australia and interested in all aspects of aviation. I fly for a living and write for different aviation journals as well. I've also written one book, 'Down to Earth' which...
December 25th 08 06:12 AM
by Brian Whatcott Go to last post
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Secondary Stall by w3n-a
http://w3n-a.blogspot.com/2008/12/secondary-stall.html This stall is called a secondary stall since it may occur after a recovery from a preceding stall. It is caused by attempting to hasten the completion of a stall recovery before the airplane has regained sufficient flying speed. When this...
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December 10th 08 07:10 PM
by Mike Go to last post
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Flight at Minimum Controllable Airspeed by w3n-a
http://w3n-a.blogspot.com/2008/12/flight-at-minimum-controllable-airspeed.html This maneuver demonstrates the flight characteristics and degree of controllability of the airplane at its minimum flying speed. By definition, the term "flight at minimum controllable airspeed" means a speed at which...
December 4th 08 02:56 PM
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want to ineract with by [email protected]
hi,myself sanjyot i am recently working in avionics domain,as my first job,,i am also keen to work with avionics but here the i am not fully exposed that what can i do in future for better work and quality work in avionics domain. if u wanna help me then please give ur mail id so that i can...
December 3rd 08 03:38 PM
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Russian abandoned aircraft site by Bob Fry
"This engineering was in a museum Aircraft technicians in Moscow earlier. But when a museum have closed, engineering have put on a separate platform open-air and it became nobody necessary." Nevermind the broken English. Photos of what's apparently a place near Moscow for abandoned Soviet...
December 1st 08 04:56 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Steward-Davis employees by Simon Beck
Hi, First time user, so hello to everyone. My first question is I'm keen to talk to anyone who worked or has knowledge of Long Beach aviation company called: STEWARD-DAVIS who did C-82 / Catalina mods in the 60's. Simon Beck www.uswarplanes.net
December 1st 08 02:36 AM
by Simon Beck Go to last post
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European Fuel Prices by [email protected]
I am curious about fuel prices in europe. I was wondering if anyone has any site that lists prices for european countries?
November 26th 08 01:17 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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((((Pristine)))) GARMIN 296 FOR SALE as Christmas Gift by Sky King
Please reply to for complete information....Thank you.
November 23rd 08 04:40 AM
by Sky King Go to last post
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Weird, Strange and True Aircraft Photos by Bob Fry
http://rob.com/pix/oops -- "His mother should have thrown him away and kept the stork." -Mae West
November 22nd 08 12:44 AM
by Bob Fry Go to last post
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Aviation Week scan by Paolo Ulivi
Hi all I am looking for a publication quality (300 dpi at least) scan of an image published in Aviation Week on 9 August 1976. The image is copyright NASA, so it is copyright-free. Does anybody in the group have that issue and can scan it for me? reply at the address above after removing NO...
November 19th 08 09:24 PM
by John Szalay Go to last post
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Question about Routing/Airport Selection by TERPFAN
Hello, I am not a pilot, nor an aviation enthusiast, but I do have a question that hopefully you folks can help me with. If a plane were to be chartered to transport a passenger from Birmingham, AL to College Park, MD, what type of travel time would we be looking at? Would a plane traveling this...
November 17th 08 04:35 PM
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Historical info: airplane Paris-London 1928 by [email protected]
Hi, Working for the International Herald Tribune I am trying to find out which airplane could have been used in 1928 for a Paris-London connection. IHT was the first newspaper distributed by airplane, flying copies from Paris to London in time for breakfast, but I am trying to determin what type...
November 5th 08 02:26 AM
by Brian Whatcott Go to last post
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