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Midstate Aviation in Ellensburg, WA by Bob Gardner
I haven't heard any "things," but it is a 141 school and FAA oversight should (I emphasize should) insure that everything is done by the book. The school's program has an excellent reputation. ' Bob Gardner "jacjohn" wrote in...
July 10th 03 12:36 AM
by Larry Fransson Go to last post
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Info on Richmond International in VA USA? by Malcolm Teas
I'm a student pilot out of Leesburg (JYO) and am planning one of my cross country flights to Richmond International (RIC). Any advice on approach paths to RIC, reporting points, usually used runways, FBO's, etc? I thought I'd go in a few days, weather permitting, and might check out the museum...
July 9th 03 10:13 PM
by Malcolm Teas Go to last post
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Needed: online database of airports with designators & Lat/Long for GPS upload by Wayne
FTP is File Transfer Protocol after all. However, 1 megabyte is hardly a large file by todays standards. Not all FTP's are resumable, then again, there are programs now that will allow a resume on an HTTP connection as well. I always use the DOS version of ftp at the command prompt to get the files...
July 9th 03 09:43 PM
by Ken Hornstein Go to last post
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OSH yellow flow, 18R, and the blue spot by Jack Allison
About the same thing I came up with using the same method Ron. Sounds like an exciting fwd. slip to landing since you can't descend out of 1800 MSL until after crossing 9/27. Fun!...no, really, I like slips. :-) -- Jack Allison PP-ASEL "When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk...
July 9th 03 09:25 PM
by Jack Allison Go to last post
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Right pattern for practice? by BJen
"BTIZ" wrote: gilder may have the right of way.. when he's landing and lower than the powered aircraft.. but if he's trying to thermal out from pattern altitude or lower.. he's not landing.. he does not have right of way over "landing traffic".. but it's always, you...
July 9th 03 08:52 PM
by BJen Go to last post
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Apparently floats work both ways... by John Harlow
http://www.msnbc.com/c/0/165/913/ssmain.asp?fmt=&sld=2&res=inline&0ss=N1b916 5913
July 9th 03 08:44 PM
by John Harlow Go to last post
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GARMIN 196 QUESTION by Cub Driver
My guess is that there is something wrong with the unit. Certainly not my experience with the Garmin III+. Prior to that, I used my daughter's Garmin handheld, and it was painfully slow to acquire, and prone to losing signal. The difference between the units is night & day. Can you return it for...
July 9th 03 04:29 PM
by Rob Wren Go to last post
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ATC stand and deliver? (was: O'Hare Controllers Raise Alarm, Blame Small Planes by Ron Natalie
"G.R. Patterson III" wrote in message ... Bull. If an AD is issued on something you own, you *will* find out about it within a year. If an SB is issued on something you own, it's almost certain that the manufacturer will notify you...
July 9th 03 04:26 PM
by Ron Natalie Go to last post
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regs re flying outside the limitations of a plane...? by Ron Natalie
"Roger Halstead" wrote in message ... Was Tex Johnston breaking any regulations when he pulled his aileron roll in the Dash-80? The aircraft was an experimental. And he had a whole bunch of...
July 9th 03 04:12 PM
by Ron Natalie Go to last post
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Eisenhower as pilot by Rick Durden
Dan, Good post. Winston Churchill was also a pilot, soloing, but never receiving a license. He learned very early (don't have the reference here but I believe it was during or immediately after WWI...at a time when the sport was extremely dangerous and, if I recall correctly, he stopped due to...
July 9th 03 02:38 PM
by Rick Durden Go to last post
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BBC Wiltshi Questions for Concorde test pilot by BBC Wiltshire
Your may be interested to know that, in a special BBC Wiltshire webcast from the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford, John Cochrane, the deputy chief test pilot on Concorde will answer online questions about his time with the supersonic airliner, on Friday 18th July 2003 between 1600 and...
July 9th 03 10:31 AM
by BBC Wiltshire Go to last post
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Citabria with gyros by Bob Esser
After long consideration, I have decided on the type of plane to purchase: A Citabria 7ECA. What led me to this decision was the following desire. I want to be a part time instructor and I think the perfect niche for me is roving tailwheel and spin trainer for the flight schools in my area. I...
July 9th 03 12:03 AM
by John Galban Go to last post
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Newsgroups and Email by Jim Weir
Hey, fellers... I was always taught that if a subject started in the newsgroups, it STAYED in the newsgroups. Lately it seems more and more that in answer to some aviation thread in these groups, I'm getting an email request for more information. Please, if it starts in these groups, let's KEEP...
July 8th 03 11:30 PM
by James Blakely Go to last post
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PDA Logbook? by Jean-Paul Roy
Francois, what is the link to get to this Palmlog freeware? Thanks Jean-Paul "FM3" a écrit dans le message news: ... I've been using Palmlog for 4 years and am very happy with it's features. The price is nice too...
July 8th 03 02:42 PM
by RJ Go to last post
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Lightspeed Battery Box Warning by David Rind
Sydney Hoeltzli wrote: Lightspeed is sending replacement UPS red. But. This is a known (though infrequent) problem. Caveat Lightspeed User; don't leave your **** battery box lying on anything expensive or any plastic part of the plane it would be a PITA to replace. 'Cuz that puppy was...
July 8th 03 02:37 PM
by Sydney Hoeltzli Go to last post
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4th of July thoughts (for those residing in the US) by Bart
Mark Twain Said: No man's life, liberty, or property are safe while the congress is in session. Ben Franklin said: They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
July 4th 03 09:56 PM
by Bart Go to last post
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Meigs Field - X-THIS DICK! by Andrew Gideon
Not Dick Daley wrote: Sorry about that.....I posted that (I thought) as a link. That's what came back through to me anyway. FWIW, I saw a link too. - Andrew
July 3rd 03 07:51 PM
by Not Dick Daley Go to last post
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CQ Oshkosh, CQ Oshkosh by Warren & Nancy
My aircraft radio doesn't go that high! Jim Weir wrote: Just a friendly reminder... The airborne simplex national calling frequency is the same as the ground frequency...146.520. This frequency also works well on the ground at Oshkosh. Rarely is it busy for more than a couple of...
July 3rd 03 06:42 PM
by Jim Weir Go to last post
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Pilots Log Mean LOGBOOK Correction by Ian Leslie
I Mean Logbook!!! Cheers Hi All, Is there some software that will record your piolts log elcetronically, Free or shareware. Ideally it will compute leg lenghts (as crow flies from ICAO airport codes)
July 3rd 03 01:43 AM
by ggw Go to last post
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Big Bertha Thing blogs by Tony Lance
Big Bertha Thing Chair Cosmic Ray Series Possible Real World System Constructs http://tonylance.mybravenet.com/chair.html Access page JPG 18K Image Astrophysics net ring Access Site Newsgroup Reviews including uk.railway Detail from frontspiece painting showing, so called arms up to chair sedan.
July 2nd 03 11:58 PM
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