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Federal statutes for legally drunk pilots by anon
Could someone please clarify what the legal FEDERAL minimum a pilot must blow to be charged with a crime? also, could someone please confirm that state or police have no jurisdiction over this offense if the accused does NOT live within the same state or city. Thanks
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January 25th 14 07:23 AM
by Arouet Go to last post
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Looking for Advice.. by majortom546
I just graduated from high school and my dream job is to become a pilot. I have wanted to be a pilot since a very young age. I plan on attending my local community college this fall. They offer an aviation science program that is mainly a transfer program where you go for 2 years then transfer to a...
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January 10th 14 04:27 PM
by Arouet Go to last post
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Research project by Marten Kemp
After watching some American football games recently I thought of a good project for the FAA and NASA: "Flight Characteristics of a Thrown Football in Known Icing Conditions." -- -- Marten Kemp (Fix ISP to reply)
January 10th 14 04:25 PM
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Piper Archer carb heat by [email protected]
On Wednesday, January 8, 1997 3:00:00 AM UTC-5, Bob Webster wrote: Does anyone know when should carb heat be applied in a Piper Archer? I've been told (a) just for a short period (20 seconds) during the landing checklist, and (b) from the landing checklist until landing. The POH says...
December 30th 13 07:04 PM
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What does "bug speed" mean? by Bill[_23_]
I was reading a CVR transcript (Eastern Airlines 242) and saw this transmission: "Whatís our speed? Letís see, whatís our weight? Get me a bug speed." What is "bug speed"? A cursory search struck out. Thanks in advance - B
December 25th 13 08:00 PM
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Video: flight into Queenstown, NZ at minimums by Bill[_23_]
On 11/23/2013 12:52 AM, Edward A. Falk wrote: An instrument approach at minimums, compressed into just over four minutes. It's well worth the watch; I've seen it twice. http://www.chonday.com/Videos/pilotnewzdalnd1 That was some very nice footage. I could have lived without the...
December 22nd 13 04:07 AM
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usenet vs. private walled-gardens (was New European GA forum) by Fritz Wuehler[_13_]
Attempts at moderation are usually futile because enough people disagree with moderation decisions and begin to leave or argue with moderators. Moderators are the biggest problem with walled gardens. A good moderator only blocks spam, not controversy. Alas, most moderators censor opinions...
December 8th 13 05:17 PM
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Video: flight into Queenstown, NZ at minimums by Arouet
On Sun, 24 Nov 2013 08:31:43 +1300, george152 wrote: On 23/11/13 18:52, Edward A. Falk wrote: An instrument approach at minimums, compressed into just over four minutes. It's well worth the watch; I've seen it twice. http://www.chonday.com/Videos/pilotnewzdalnd1 What can I say....
December 8th 13 05:04 PM
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OT - Suspected Hit & Run. 2:44 p.m. by [email protected]
California plates. VW four-door sports coupe. Blue. Lic. #5KWW565. Chevy Astro mini van. White. Lic. #5ZDJ519. Ford Mustang. Dark blue. Lic. #6DUS721.
November 29th 13 11:45 PM
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Flying Electric 'helicopter' bike unveiled in Prague by Larry Dighera
http://www.upi.com/Science_News/Blog/2013/06/13/Flying-helicopter-bike-unveiled-in-Prague/9911371143955/?spt=fsb&or=ros Science News Flying 'helicopter' bike unveiled in Prague Flying bicycle unveiled in Prague takes first five-minute test flight in this video. By KRISTEN BUTLER, UPI.com | Blog
November 16th 13 08:55 AM
by Sylvia Else Go to last post
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General Aviation Dead? by Quaalude
"I look with sadness on the Cessna with bees nests in its air vents, or the Mooney sitting on its rims with critters running in and out of it, and the Cessna 150, faded and gutted like a fish. I ask myself, how did it get to this? How could someone let their plane īdie° this...
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November 7th 13 03:01 AM
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US pilots licences and photographs by Sylvia Else
This is background research for an article I'm writing. Can someone tell me whether the FAA (or other agency) retains a photograph of people who hold private pilot's licences in the USA? Sylvia.
November 7th 13 02:22 AM
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HELP - Boston area rental - NOT Executive Flyers!!! by [email protected]
Shameless plug for a new flight school in Plymouth (PYM). Yes, I am associated with the school. Pilgrim Aviation rents clean, well maintained 152s, 172SPs and a Warrior out of the main terminal building at PYM. We also have a new Skycatcher for sport and a Cherokee Six. Our "short" runway is 2000...
November 1st 13 01:40 PM
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Torque and P-factor by Marten Kemp
I'm a 200-hour private pilot and was wondering about torque and P-factor effects in high-powered aircraft, especially warbirds. From what I've read they could be significant, especially during takeoff and landing, and were a major reason for operational write-offs. Narrow-track gear were...
October 28th 13 05:13 AM
by Dudley Henriques[_3_] Go to last post
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Anybody take a small plane into LAX? Is it crazy? by [email protected]
On Sunday, June 2, 2013 8:58:26 PM UTC-5, Larry Dighera wrote: On Sat, 1 Jun 2013 22:14:04 +0000 (UTC), (Edward A. Falk) wrote: I want to attend an event in two weeks that's practically walking distance from LAX. Is it crazy to fly a light single-engine plane in...
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October 23rd 13 01:32 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Avion Research - Panels by 170driver
Word to the prudent - If you are ever thinking of doing a panel rebuild in your plane check out all others before going to A.R. Once bitten twice shy! N3437D
October 17th 13 11:29 AM
by DouglasBell Go to last post
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Hello from sunny South Texas! by Jay Honeck[_13_]
Just for the halibut, I thought I would take a look at good ol' rec.aviation, and was heartened to see some names I still recognize! Glad to see y'all are still here! Mary and I are now in sunny South Texas, on an island in the Gulf of Mexico called Mustang Island. We've created an aviation...
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October 11th 13 12:04 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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L-18 Birddog aerobatics? by Marten Kemp
So, writing a story where a bunch of young college-age women discover some crated L-19s in a corner of a hangar. I'm planning that they assemble them under the watchful eye of a semi-retired pilot and A&P who can sign off on the FAA paperwork. Once the airplanes are assembled and flying, then...
October 6th 13 05:48 PM
by Marten Kemp Go to last post
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UAV Hunting License Applications Mount by Larry Dighera
UAV Hunting License Applications Mount http://www.avweb.com/eletter/archives/101/2626-full.html#220551The?ET=avweb:e2626:218609a:&st=email Colorado town that will vote in October on a controversial ordinance to issue hunting licenses to shoot down unmanned aircraft over the town has been...
October 3rd 13 04:12 PM
by Jake Blanton Go to last post
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Huge AD on Continental engines by Vaughn
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323446404579007132398529364.html or: http://tinyurl.com/mj4udjt "U.S. aviation regulators on Monday will propose stepped-up inspections and accelerated replacement of engine parts on about 6,000 small propeller planes, one of the most sweeping...
August 12th 13 09:29 PM
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