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Ping Hilton by Jim Burns
Hey Hilton, Check this site out. It may be something you're interested in. http://www.alphapilottraining.com/ (insert full disclosure comment here) I have nothing to do nor do not attest to the quality, accuracy... blah blah blah of the above site or their products. I just saw it posted. Jim
April 5th 05 05:52 PM
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Ping Hilton by Steve Foley
Hilton, I'd like to apologize for my 'troll' response. I have been reading the TSA BS about the 'GA Threat', aliens being denied flight training, and the rest of the BS going on, and then I saw your post. I replied too quickly without thinking , and am sorry if I offended you. Steve Foley
April 5th 05 05:13 PM
by Hilton Go to last post
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Michigan Rental? by Arnold Sten
Any recommendations or suggestions about where one can get checked out in a 172 anywhere in the Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Lansing, or Grand Rapids areas of Michigan. I'll be five days there this July and want to take some family members sightseeing.
April 5th 05 12:36 PM
by Blueskies Go to last post
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Pilot Site Feedback by [email protected]
We would like your help. The Alpha Pilot Site has just been re-designed. We have updated it to include a new message board system and an entirely new look. I think that I am too involved in the design to evaluate it objectively. If some of you would look it over and give solid input, it would be...
April 5th 05 05:31 AM
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Feedback on Pilot Site by [email protected]
We would like your help. The Alpha Pilot Site has just been re-designed. We have updated it to include a new message board system and an entirely new look. I think that I am too involved in the design to evaluate it objectively. If some of you would look it over and give solid input, it would be...
April 5th 05 05:27 AM
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No spin training in the US? by Mark Morissette
What's eveyrones opinion regarding the lack of spin traning for students in the US? I see that there was a thread about this from an instructor viewpoint a while back, but not necessarilly from the student viewpoint. Personally, there was only two lessons that I didn't look forward to - Spin...
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April 5th 05 03:51 AM
by Dave Go to last post
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Would you go? by Dan Luke
You have to take off at dawn to pick up an Angel Flight patient 200 miles away, so you call the FBO the night before to have the airplane pulled out and fueled. When you arrive at the airport, you find the fuel truck parked in front of the airplane, blocking it. The FBO is locked up and no one's...
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April 5th 05 01:25 AM
by Andrew Gideon Go to last post
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L52 by Javier Henderson
Has anyone here flown to L52 lately? I noticed that their website, www.aircamp.com, is offline. I'm thinking about camping there for a night or two soon, and I was hoping to get some current feedback... Thanks. -jav
April 5th 05 12:42 AM
by Javier Henderson Go to last post
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Pics from Davis Monthan "Boneyard" by [email protected]
I put some of my pics on Davis Monthan at http://greenmarble.blogspot.com feel free to leave a comment if you would like Rich
April 4th 05 01:05 PM
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Yikes! by A.Coleman
Just taking a whimsical break from "all Pope, all the time..." on TV. http://www.thepilotlounge.com/yaf/Default.aspx?g=posts&t=1309 http://www.thepilotlounge.com/yaf/Default.aspx?g=posts&t=1046 http://www.thepilotlounge.com/yaf/Default.aspx?g=posts&t=774 and this is why I don't care for the...
April 4th 05 09:28 AM
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Barometer Setting in Europe question... by
Here in the US, the barometer setting used is either the local setting when below 18,000' MSL or 29.92 when at or above 18,000' MSL. This is according to FAR 91.81. My question is on understanding how this works in Europe (and other airspaces besides the US). My current hazy knowledge is that the...
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April 3rd 05 09:43 PM
by ShawnD2112 Go to last post
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The Real Reason For Airlines' No Smoking Policy by Larry Dighera
U.S. regulators proposed that airlines replace or modify insulation on 1,600 BOEING CO. planes worldwide because the material does not meet fire-proofing standards. Half the planes covered by the Federal Aviation Administration airworthiness directive are flown by domestic passenger and cargo...
April 3rd 05 09:16 PM
by C J Campbell Go to last post
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Shear Pins for Propellors? by Rich Lemert
Back when I was growing up on the farm, we used several powered implements that received their power from the tractor through a power take-off assembly. Somewhere on the device's power train, between the PTO take-off and the "business end" of the apparatus, there was always either a belt-drive or a...
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April 3rd 05 09:04 PM
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Mountain Flying Course: Colorado, Apr, Jun, Aug 2005 by [email protected]
------------------------------------------------------------------------ Finally, a mountain flying course in Northern Colorado! (see dates/locations below)! See also... http://www.coloradopilots.org/ I teach both the ground school portion, and the flight portion. If you are unable to attend...
April 3rd 05 08:48 PM
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High Blood Pressure by Jay Honeck
Well, I'm officially old. After watching my blood pressure slowly climb over the last three years (strangely, the years we've owned the hotel -- coincidence? :-), my doctor has decided that my ineffective weight loss efforts aren't going to do the trick. Here are the facts: BP is 155/85. ...
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April 3rd 05 07:41 PM
by George Patterson Go to last post
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Seeking Gadsden Alabama/KGAD Information by jsmith
Mom's Airline/Mom's Individual Air Charter, an occassionally unscheduled carrier will be flying to Gadsden AL (KGAD) this week. New charts and pubs have been purchased and reviewed. Last time I was there was 20+ years ago. Any recent information from those living in the vicinity would...
April 3rd 05 04:49 PM
by Chris Ehlbeck Go to last post
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Sport Pilot Article by 10Squared
wrote: "Rod Madsen" wrote: I believe the article was in an AOPA or EAA publication within the last several months. I've looked through my stack but cannot find it. Does anyone remember the magazine and issue? I...
April 3rd 05 03:48 PM
by gilan Go to last post
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Pilatus accident kills six in Central Pennsylvania by Peter
"BENNER TOWNSHIP -- Six people were killed Saturday when a single-engine airplane en route to University Park Airport crashed within yards of the new Centre County Correctional Facility. Pilot Jeffrey Jacober and his five passengers, all of Providence, R.I., reportedly were returning from Florida...
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April 2nd 05 06:31 PM
by Bob Chilcoat Go to last post
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Barometer Setting in Europe question... Altitudes in 100' multiples? by
All this information is very helpful... I thank you all. Needing to account for Transition Altitudes and Levels in some potential software, I will take this all into account. It wasn't stated directly, but can I presume these altitudes are always a multiple of 100 feet? (In airspaces where english...
April 2nd 05 03:35 PM
by Julian Scarfe Go to last post
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AOPA supports cell phones in GA aircraft by Cub Driver
From the Aero-News Propwash newsletter this morning: AOPA Lobbies Congress For Cell Phones In GA Cockpits Aviation Advocacy Group Says The Time Is Now General aviation pilots should be able to use cell phones in the cockpit while they're airborne. And they should be able to do it now. That's what...
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April 2nd 05 01:28 PM
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