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ATC stand and deliver? (was: O'Hare Controllers Raise Alarm, Blame Small Planes by journeyman
On Tue, 08 Jul 2003 13:44:13 GMT, Steven P. McNicoll wrote: The solution does involve more spending, on concrete. You already have a more than adequate supply of the stuff. :-) Morris (with my own above-the-neck supply)
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July 11th 03 05:55 PM
by G.R. Patterson III Go to last post
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Details on Baron Crash in Memphis? by Greg Esres
Everyone says wake turbulence, but the following description sounds more like a Vmc rollover, as unlikely as that would be just prior to touchdown. ================================================================= NTSB Identification: ATL03FA115 14 CFR Part 91: General Aviation Accident occurred...
July 11th 03 04:37 PM
by Greg Esres Go to last post
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British pilot (in Britain), survives forced mountain landing by Tim K
Tomahawk pilot flying over a mountain range in North West England/Wales survived a forced landing but had to be cut free from wreckage. Sounds like he's a bit knocked about but he'll live. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/wales/north_west/3056443.stm Good coverage from the BBC. Got his aircraft...
July 11th 03 04:14 PM
by Ron Natalie Go to last post
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Failed Com Radio Suggestion by Richard Kaplan
"JFLEISC" wrote in message ... OK, I must have missed something or the senility is progressing faster than predicted.; Where does it make any distinction between digital cell phones It is sort of like reading Part 135 of the...
July 11th 03 03:37 PM
by Sydney Hoeltzli Go to last post
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Space Junk & GPS Reliability by Dan R
That's because you keep putting ignorance gas into the tank... "Tarver Engineering" wrote in message ... "Newps" wrote in message ... Lockheed employee wrote:
July 11th 03 01:38 PM
by Carsten Kurz Go to last post
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Looking for ATC working in LAX/ORD/NYC Tracon by Marc
Hi guys! I have to write a special report for my work about a tool, a "departure sequencer" so as to have the departing aircraft separated using the "miles-in-trail" method. It would be great to get in touch with a real ATC working at either LAX, ORD, or NY Tracon which are known to use this kind...
July 11th 03 01:30 PM
by Marc Go to last post
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Crash at Truckee, CA by Jim Weir
We at Nevada County Airpark appreciate your sympathy. Richard was a very beloved person up here. I have not heard how Beverly is doing; I've been inundated the last two days and she was taken to Reno, a hundred miles away from here. The EAA flyin is Saturday. We're doing a missing man formation...
July 11th 03 08:15 AM
by Scott Moore Go to last post
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question i was thinking and should ask my cfi by Peter Duniho
"Matthew Chidester" wrote in message news:[email protected] but everytime I take a lesson here from salt lake international and listen to atis.. why doesn't atis just GIVE you the density alt. at the surface on hot days instead of the "check...
July 11th 03 04:20 AM
by Matthew Chidester Go to last post
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Will pilots always be kept in the loop ( automation)? by Justin Maas
Hey all, Now that I'm starting to fly more automated aircraft, I'm getting worried about where it's all going. Right now, I really enjoy programming in the flight and "flipping switches," as it's actually very satisfying. Most avionics in the works are keeping the pilots in the loop, but how...
July 11th 03 03:02 AM
by G.R. Patterson III Go to last post
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Route calc. by Montblack
("Greg Burkhart" wrote) snip Found this too: http://y58.wxhost.com/ Can you make KANE do that? Or is it a subscription thing? Blaine, MN 55434 or 55014 or 55449 Oh BTW, The Big Bombers are at ANE this weekend - starting today - Thur. http://www.goldenwingsmuseum.com/Collings.htm
July 11th 03 01:52 AM
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Sudanese foreign minister blames plane crash on US sanctions by G.R. Patterson III
stan clark wrote: It's a win-win decision; even if some NTSB managers make it, we've solved the NTSB problem. g And what problem is that? George Patterson The optimist feels that we live in the best of all possible worlds. The
July 11th 03 12:29 AM
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Funding for Pilot Training course. by UK-Flyer
I was just wondering where you are meant to obtain $50,000 to complete a training course? My bank will only offer half of that. Is there anywhere i can apply to obtain sponsership or will i have to work while i'm training to obtain the funds? Any suggestions would be...
July 10th 03 09:26 PM
by Tom S. Go to last post
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Boeing hopes to clinch fully integrated air traffic flow system deal with the FAA by Roger Tracy
Maximize it for who? Those who fly big Boeing airplanes?? "Larry Dighera" wrote in message ... ------------------------------------------------------------------- AVflash Volume 9, Number 28b July 10, 2003 ...
July 10th 03 09:20 PM
by Roger Tracy Go to last post
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Plattsburgh NY - PLB or PBG? by Steven P. McNicoll
"Big John" wrote in message ... Plattsburgh AFB was a SAC base. Had B-47's ('56-'65) then B-52's ('66-'71)and then FB-111A's. Also KC-135 tankers. And also KC-97 tankers.
July 10th 03 09:18 PM
by Steven P. McNicoll Go to last post
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site by FBI 2003
My site name is F-16 Fighting Falcon & Turkishstars This site has a lot of aircraft ,helicopter picture. And photos of the earth taken form space. Also patch , pilot helmet arts , Ataturk photos ,screensavers , wallpapers , videos ,acrobatic tems..... Many interesting things. www.turkishstars.com
July 10th 03 04:38 PM
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Young Eagles Day at 47N - July 12 by john price
To celebrate 100 years of powered flight, EAA Chapter 1333 and Central Jersey Regional Airport (CJRA) would like to invite you to its 3rd annual EAA Fly in and Young Eagles Day on July 12th, rain date July 13th, from 10am to 4pm at Central Jersey Regional Airport in Hillsborough, NJ. Kids...
July 10th 03 04:30 PM
by G.R. Patterson III Go to last post
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This explains the lambswool seat covers in Airliners by StellaStar
Excerpt from Elizabeth Schuett's tale of flying back before A/C in cockpits... "You're a good sport," he complimented as he iced himself down. "Ever flown with a guy in his underwear before?" My answer was simple and honest. "No, captain. You're my first." (end article excerpt) Interesting. I...
July 10th 03 04:17 PM
by G.R. Patterson III Go to last post
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Supersonic Flight Question by Paul Tomblin
In a previous article, Big John said: Must have read this in AW&ST ..................but some time ago??? Isn't it two axis (up and down)? "up and down" is *one* axis, pitch. And yes, that's what the F-22 has. -- Paul Tomblin , not speaking for...
July 10th 03 02:01 PM
by Dennis O'Connor Go to last post
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Bonanza Seat Mod by Ron Natalie
"Ashton" wrote in message news:[email protected] Are there any shops that have chopped down a bonanza seat frame to give the pilot more headroom? By a Navion :-)
July 10th 03 01:57 PM
by Margy Natalie Go to last post
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Fair insurance spliting by Dylan Smith
On 30 Jun 2003 13:40:32 -0700, Michael wrote: I looked into adding someone as a named pilot on my PA-30. I pay $2400/yr. The rate with the new person was over $5000 for the same coverage. Of course you're not going to insure a twin for $1000, but a friend of mine had a...
July 10th 03 11:36 AM
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