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Best foggles or hood w/ Headset and Glasses by Jeff Saylor
If you are a pilot who uses both a headset and eyeglasses, what IFR trainng device works and fits best for you? The generic foggles, like Sporty's sells? The Jeppesen JeppShades Flip-Up hood? A particular model of hood?
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May 18th 04 05:29 AM
by Josef Burger Go to last post
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"Going for the Visual" by O. Sami Saydjari
A while back, I was with an experienced pilot, IMC, descending to land at my home airport. The airport is not in an environment where ATC will give vectors to final. As we approached, ATC asked which approach we wanted. He said that he was "going for the visual." The ceilings were right at the...
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May 18th 04 05:08 AM
by Snowbird Go to last post
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IFR XCrosscountry requirements by Walt Beaulieu
Can you use a safety pilot for long XC or does it need to be a CFII?? Walt
May 17th 04 12:12 AM
by Mark Kolber Go to last post
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IFT-PRO by Greg
Does anyone know if the old (circa 98) IFT-Pro instru sim will run on xp. It does not accept "pge dn to install" input from the DOS install appl. -- Thanks Greg Burgh
May 16th 04 03:59 PM
by William W. Plummer Go to last post
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Monster birds attack planes ! by Tom-Alex Soorhull
They will no longer tolerate the violation of their heavenly kingdoms. Prepare to be attacked and castrated by monster birds with laser eyes !
May 15th 04 03:46 AM
by Tom-Alex Soorhull Go to last post
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STAR to nearby airport by Viperdoc
Recently while returning from a trip I was heading to my home base, which is a class D airport. I was handed off to the local tracon, which has a class C airport, and was issued a clearance to follow a star that led to a navaid near my destination. However, the star was for the class C airport, not...
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May 13th 04 10:48 PM
by Teacherjh Go to last post
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Instrument Checkride on May 17th by David B. Cole
On Saturday my instructor and I flew to Stewart International in Newburg, NY for a few approaches. The plan was to fly out and do the VOR -27 partial panel a couple of times, followed by an ILS. After that we planned to fly to 4N1, Greenwood Lake, before returning to CDW. Partial panel holding had...
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May 13th 04 06:29 PM
by Andrew Gideon Go to last post
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landings (off topic) by Lee Elson
Sorry for the off topic question, but I suspect there are quite a few of you that could help me: I'm looking for good techniques for teaching student pilots how to handle the final phase of landing. In particular how to get students to recognize when the airplane (a Cessna 152 or 172) is sinking...
May 13th 04 06:39 AM
by C J Campbell Go to last post
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ADF Problem by tony roberts
Hi Today I was flying north and my ADF was tuned to an NDB. The needle pointed at 330 degrees (or 11 O'clock) until I reached the NDB, and then it swung until it pointed behind. I dialed up the next NDB and it pointed at 330 again until passage. And I dialed up another NDB - same indication - all...
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May 12th 04 02:59 AM
by Mike Spera Go to last post
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What's the point of this? by Paul Tomblin
I was looking at Phoenix AZ on the low altitude en-route chart, and there is a cluster of GPS waypoints charted all around the VOR (in the Class B). I assume those are for GPS instrument approaches. Is there a reason why those are charted on the en-route? -- Paul Tomblin ...
May 11th 04 05:19 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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What fixes do you use for flight planning? by Paul Tomblin
I'm trying to improve my database generators for CoPilot and other programs (see http://navaid.com/ and http://xcski.com/~ptomblin/CoPilot/ for details). The problem I'm trying to deal with is that the FAA is totally inconsistent on how they name waypoints, DAFIF isn't any better, and there are...
May 11th 04 05:09 PM
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filing IFR plan for VFR flight conditions by Paul Safran
I seem to have read or been told once that, one can file an IFR flightplan with remark for VFR flight conditions when not instrument rated, or current, to get routing and practice within the system. Comments?
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May 11th 04 03:07 AM
by Steven P. McNicoll Go to last post
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Mountain Flying Course? by Nicholas Kliewer
I live in Dallas, TX and don't get out of the flat lands much. This Fall, I am planning a trip to Oregon in a C172 and figure that I could use some mountain flying training. Can anyone recommend a good Mountain Flying Course? Preferably near Colorado Springs (I have family there). Any other tips...
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May 9th 04 05:29 AM
by Blanche Go to last post
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Video from the cockpit of "Siberia Airlines" Tu-154 taking off from Larnaca, Cyprus by HECTOP
"PS" wrote in message ... good one. any more? five more uploaded as requested, there will be more coming in the next couple of days http://www.maxho.com/videos HECTOP
May 9th 04 03:29 AM
by HECTOP Go to last post
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1 Attachment(s) Right seat flying by Matt Whiting
This isn't an IFR related question, but I don't see an r.a group devoted to instruction. I just received the May/June issue of Aviator's Guide and they make an interesting claim on page 38. In the third paragraph they say that it is illegal for a non-instructor pilot to fly in the right seat with...
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May 8th 04 11:36 PM
by C J Campbell Go to last post
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Altimeter inaccurate by smf
My Altimeter is accurate when on the ground or at lower alt. When I climb up to 7k and above and check it against GPS and approach controls read out it is about 300+ feet off. Is it the altimeter I'm having problems with? Steve
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May 8th 04 02:49 AM
by AJNOKC Go to last post
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news by franck jeamourra
hello http://www.airliners.net/open.file/571178/M/ franck
May 7th 04 03:29 PM
by franck jeamourra Go to last post
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Jepp vs NOS at PRB by Doug Campbell
I was training with Jepp charts, and my partner (safety pilot) had NOS, and we were attempting the VOR DME (GPS) B approach into Paso Robles. The Jepp chart shows the procedure turn (when starting at the VOR, not the arc) starting at 6 DME from the VOR, while the NOS chart shows it starting...
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May 6th 04 05:40 PM
by Greg Esres Go to last post
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Finding IAPs by TYPE? by [email protected]
Hello all... I was looking through the online instrument procedures, trying to find a VOR/DME RNAV approach to do the flight test portion of my KNS-80 IFR certification. They aren't that prevalent, and I'm in Virginia, but basically equally close to WV, KY, TN, and NC, which spans a number of sets...
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May 6th 04 07:55 AM
by Richard Kaplan Go to last post
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Approach Question- Published Missed Can't be flown? by Brad Z
Question for the gallery- Refer to the FCI ILS 33 Approach http://www.naco.faa.gov/d-tpp/0405/06066I33.PDF The published missed approach requires tracking to the flatrock VOR (FAK). For the past few months, the following notam has been published: FAK VOR 067-230 UNUSBL. So basically, you'd need...
May 6th 04 04:19 AM
by Brad Z Go to last post
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