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Canadian IFR/VFR Flight Plan by smackey
Andrew Sarangan wrote in message ... This is a question for those familiar with the Canadian system: I understand that ATC opens and closes VFR flight plans. Lets say I file an IFR flight plan. ATC comes back...
August 11th 04 03:55 AM
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Commercial crosscountry PIREP (way too long) by David Brooks
I wrote most of this just after getting back from a solo cross-country towards my Commercial certificate. I'd never flown so far solo before. I realize for some of you old hands this isn't exceptional, but I'm still kicking off what seems like a whole series of training wheels. I thought I'd write...
August 10th 04 04:55 PM
by Bob Gardner Go to last post
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DAFIF going away? by Paul Tomblin
For my waypoint generators, my main source for data for outside of the US is the Digital Aeronautical Flight Information File, a product of the US National Geospatial Intelligence Agency NGA (Formerly NIMA - National Intelligence and Mapping Agency, I think, but that's not relevant anyway). I've...
August 10th 04 03:30 PM
by Paul Tomblin Go to last post
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sounds barrier speed limits by Roger Halstead
On Tue, 10 Aug 2004 06:48:46 GMT, "steve mew" wrote: Does anyone know where the specific FAA regulations are that govern supersonic flight ? ie Hypothetically if one wanted to fly across the continental US at post sonic speed how would you go about it ? It's in the FARs,...
August 10th 04 02:09 PM
by J. Hansen Go to last post
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Expiration of CFI certificate by Jim Weir
24 calendar months from the renewal date. Jim Andrew Sarangan shared these priceless pearls of wisdom: -
August 10th 04 12:25 AM
by Jim Weir Go to last post
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Osh04--Best Ever by Newps
So, let me see if I can follow your convoluted logic. you can't even follow a "fup2poster". We can hardly follow your English. I have no idea what the above line means.
August 9th 04 11:59 PM
by Peter Duniho Go to last post
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Cute VOR tutorial by Marco Rispoli
Looking around the web I came across this :) http://www.visi.com/~mim/nav/ I didn't make it. I have nothing to do with it ... but I thought it was a cute little Java app... -- Marco Rispoli - NJ, USA / PP-ASEL My on-line aviation community - http://www.thepilotlounge.com
August 9th 04 11:03 PM
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Corsica? by Jørn Reidel
I will visit Corsica next year - any opportunities for renting a single engine Cessna or Piper? Does anyone fly seaplanes in Corsica? Any links or information is appreciated (unfortunately I don't read French). Regards,
August 9th 04 09:31 PM
by Gilles KERMARC Go to last post
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Medical Implications of Sport Pilot Rule by Cub Driver
This means that if there is any question of eligibility for a medical certificate, it may become worthwhile to schedule an "aeromedical consultation" or "aeromedical office visit" with your AME before you fill out an actual application for a medical certificate. I like the word "consultation"....
August 9th 04 09:23 PM
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Canadian IFR/VFR Flight Plan by gwengler
David Megginson wrote in message ... Andrew Sarangan wrote: I understand that ATC opens and closes VFR flight plans. Lets say I file an IFR flight plan. ATC comes back with a routing I...
August 9th 04 08:39 PM
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Noise (was A question only a newbie would ask) by David Megginson
John T wrote: The majority of the noise generated by piston planes isn't engine noise, but propeller noise. The thing that gets me are the dildos^H^H^H^H^H^Hfellow pilots with CS props who set them to maximum RPM during approach. That makes their planes more than twice as loud as the...
August 9th 04 04:39 PM
by C J Campbell Go to last post
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What to study for commercial written exam? by Dave
(Ross Oliver) wrote in message ... Now that I have the instrument rating under my belt, it seems to be only a little extra work to get a commercial rating. So I've been studying for the written. However, it strikes me...
August 9th 04 03:56 PM
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Wrong pilot detained.... by Jay Honeck
the more the Russians and the French disagree with us, the more likely it is that we are following the correct course. Excellent phrasing, and too true. -- Jay Honeck Iowa City, IA Pathfinder N56993 www.AlexisParkInn.com "Your Aviation Destination"
August 9th 04 03:30 PM
by Bob Noel Go to last post
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Ooops - Correction by Bill Denton
No, it is you who should go to work for the NSA since your mind-reading powers are far better than mine. After all, based on absolutely zero information, you have been able to conclude that I have NOT been "shot up a few times". Would be that were the case. My primary forte is writing, which is...
August 9th 04 01:53 PM
by Bill Denton Go to last post
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Flight training recommendation for Dubai by Roland
Hi all, I'm planning a five week trip to Dubai in the next eight weeks. I would appreciate any and all recommendations or cautions about flight training options in Dubai. I'm currently ten hours into a JAR PPL flying out of Rochester Airport in the UK. Therefore I would like to capitalise on my...
August 9th 04 01:22 PM
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Strobe light usage by Roger Long
"Peter Duniho" As for using the strobes as a way to communicate to the tower, that only works if there's an official policy regarding that. There's not, so it really doesn't matter what you're trying to do, there's no way for you to use the strobes to communicate to the tower that you...
August 7th 04 04:21 PM
by Ron Natalie Go to last post
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OSH CG/W&B by Jim Weir
Not at all common in the 182, Mike. 46 pounds of fuel? 8 gallons for taxi? I think not. Jim "Mike Rapoport" shared these priceless pearls of wisdom:
August 7th 04 04:19 PM
by Ron Natalie Go to last post
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Worst Jokes At Oshkosh by Ron Natalie
"Dean Wilkinson" wrote in message First letter out: C (eh?) Second letter out: N (eh?) Third letter out: D (eh?) The joke on the south side was about the nosewheel RV-6's being Canadian. RV-6-eh?
August 7th 04 04:04 PM
by Ron Natalie Go to last post
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Final OSH Numbers? by TaxSrv
The 100's of thousands is "user days". So if someone goes for 5 days, he counts as 5. No way there are a 1/4 of a million people at Osh at any one time. Have you ever taken a chopper ride at the peak time of day over the grounds? Have you ever seen a verified count of 100 thousand...
August 7th 04 03:44 PM
by Jerry Kurata Go to last post
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Jim Weir's OSH Forum's by Bruce E Butts
Jim, I did not make it to your first forum due to work commitments, do you have the handouts and summary on your web page? Great story about your interesting trip home, I just went home with a cold and the thousand yard stare. Thanks, Bruce Butts
August 7th 04 12:22 PM
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