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FS Aeronautical engineering textbooks for sale by john hawkins
I am cleaning up my bookshelves and have the following Engineering Text books for sale. Make me an offer for all or selected volumes. You pay the shipping in addition to your offer. Hardbacks
March 26th 05 09:53 PM
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Boeing 777-200ER longest route by John Hilt
On 16 Aug 2003 12:52:53 -0700 Emo Dyulgerov wrote: Can somebody tell me which is the longest route B777-200ER is flying on? Yes ... http://www.asiatraveltips.com/travelnews2002/10June2002Boeing.shtml The Boeing 777-200ER is one of the longest-range and most technologically advanced aircraft...
September 5th 03 09:52 AM
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Saved By a Horse by John Kunkel
Reported in the Sacramento Bee: SACRAMENTO COUNTY - Authorities are amazed that a 26-year-old woman walked away from a helicopter crash Thursday afternoon south of Rancho Murieta that destroyed the vintage aircraft she was flying. Perhaps even more remarkable, after walking nearly two miles from...
November 11th 05 08:34 PM
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Using a tablet PC when airborne? by john smith
It gets real interesting when you are bouncing around in turbulence. I have an Apple Newton 2100 that I have used to record flight information on. The Newton is kneeboard size. Peter wrote: Hi, I've been told that airline operations increasingly use tablet PCs for ground planning purposes,...
December 14th 04 07:10 PM
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SR-22 by John Szalay
Appears to be a Bad month for Cirrus SR22 drivers Glancing at the NTSB accident file for this month these reports "jumpped out" there have been 3 crashes...
March 29th 08 08:03 PM
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How to take a real flying leap by John Szalay
Outhouses cushion small plane crash in Wash state. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090502/ap_on_fe_st/us_odd_toilets_crash
May 5th 09 06:25 PM
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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
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Joe Baugher's ISP move by John Szalay
NOTICE:: IF YOU ARE A USER OF JOE BAUGHER'S AIRCRAFT SERIAL NUMBER webpages. Joe Baugher's Internet Service Provider is discontinuing its support of personal web pages, effective mid-March of 2010. Consequently, this Web Page is moving to http://www.joebaugher.com. Please update your links...
March 10th 10 09:40 PM
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LIFE Wasp engine photos by John Szalay[_2_]
Captioned as found. A close-up of the 410 H.P. Wasp, the first engine used in the first airmail plane. Location: US Date taken: 1943 Photographer: Ralph Morse http://www.gstatic.com/hostedimg/70046990bcfbb618_large A close-up of the R-985 9 cylinder 450 H.P. Wasp Jr
June 1st 10 12:08 AM
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Wingless Plane photos & info by John Szalay[_2_]
Test Flight Of Wingless Plane, Bill Horton - Designer, Builder, Pilot Date taken: 1952 Photographer: Loomis Dean http://www.gstatic.com/hostedimg/006a97b043129075_large http://www.gstatic.com/hostedimg/bafe2c0c91c55558_large http://www.gstatic.com/hostedimg/22ee892f47187d1b_large ...
June 28th 10 07:05 PM
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Are Your Heroes Cowboys? by Jon A
I now see the guy as a prick based not only on this, but added to what a whole bunch of what folks who know him say. Make your own determination and if you get a chance, flip him off at OSH. AV Press "Yeager's comments on Crossfield hit new low" Here is a transcript of William P. Warford's...
May 2nd 06 02:50 PM
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New Garmin? by Jon A
The big avionics houses have all dropped the price of the Garmin 396 by $300.00. Last time this happened the 295 was in vogue and the 296 was introduces. Not long after, the 296 price dropped and the 396 was released, all while Garmin denied everything. It only stands to reason that I heard...
June 8th 06 04:00 AM
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Small plane yoke travel by Jon Danniken
I'm hoping this question isn't too far off charter for this group, but it's been ages since I've been up in a small plane, and I'm wondering about yoke travel. Specifically, in a plane such as a Cessna 172, how far is the yoke travel from all the way forward to all the way back? Thanks for any...
December 3rd 14 11:09 PM
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Aircraft Illustrated by Jon Izzard
Hello all, I'm having a clear out and have put all my old Aircraft Illustrated magazines from the 1970s on www.ebay.co.uk if you're interested. I don't want to throw them in the bin so if anyone wants them, you know where to find them Cheers Jon
June 5th 05 04:18 PM
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Aircraft Illustrated by Jon Izzard
Hello all, I'm having a clear out and have put all my old Aircraft Illustrated magazines from the 1970s on www.ebay.co.uk if you're interested. I don't want to throw them in the bin so if anyone wants them, you know where to find them Cheers Jon
June 5th 05 04:14 PM
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'Brown Skies' (UPS Airlines) Info! by Jon5700
"Brown Skies" will exhibit nightly activity at the United Parcel Service 'Worldport' located at Louisville International Airport within Louisville, Kentucky (USA). The entire fleet consisting of the Boeing 757-200PF, Boeing 767-300F, McDonnell Douglas MD-11F, Airbus A300-600RF, and the amazing...
August 18th 09 03:04 AM
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CFI looking for an airplane in Asheville, NC by Jonah Rogin
Hi Everybody, I just moved to AVL and looking to get into some freelance instructing. But of course I need access to an airplane, so if anybody knows of one that I could instruct in, I would really appreciate hearing about it... Thanks, Jonah
August 19th 03 10:05 PM
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Fuel efficient freight planes by Jonas Heisenberg
Hi all. Looked around a bit for fuel efficient (big, commercial) airplanes. The best ones I found were the Tupolev TU-330 and the Antonov AN-70. They had cruising speeds/fuel consumption of 780-850 km/h and 118-125 g/t-km. Now my question: would lowering the cruising speed to e.g. 300-400 km/h...
November 17th 03 02:24 AM
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Test by JonC340
Forgive the test
June 9th 05 12:42 AM
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Lantern Test by Jono
Hey, I was applying for a job as an ATCO, and have been given an invitation to the selection day, however on the application form there was lots of questions about vision - whether your short or long sighted etc, but nothing about colour blindness. I have perfect vision except for a slight...
December 27th 04 12:42 PM
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