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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
by Roland Go to last post
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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
by Bruce E Butts Go to last post
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Bonanza F33A CG envelope question by Judah
One reason we love to fly is because we get there twice as fast... "Victor J. Osborne, Jr." wrote in : Ya, why is that? We all love to fly but we pay for speed so we can get there as fast as possible. Go figure.
August 7th 04 09:55 AM
by Judah Go to last post
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Aero club rates by Paul Tomblin
In a previous article, Andrew Gideon said: BTW, isn't 60 people and 4 airplanes tight? We've 45 and 4, and we're always looking at how to improve "availability". We're 52 and 5 right now, and trying to get an airplane on a summer weekend is an exercise in pre-planning and...
August 6th 04 07:50 PM
by Barry Go to last post
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AirMap® 2000C by Kai Glaesner
Jay, Jim Weir rated it "Best of Show" at his forum -- but only because Jim forgot to look at the new AvMap. In the past I saw some discussion about connecting AvMap EKP's to Jeppesen FliteStar on the AvMapNavigation homepage (by the way, it works with almost every Garmin unit ;-). Does anyone...
August 6th 04 02:24 PM
by Jay Masino Go to last post
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Airways (was Getting unlost) by David Megginson
Roger Halstead wrote: Again, in the eastern half of the country I doubt the RADAR coverage is much better on airways than off. I do agree that it's good to give yourself the most and best possible options. When I've flown down in the U.S. IFR, Boston Centre has occasionally lost me on...
August 6th 04 11:59 AM
by David Megginson Go to last post
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IFR in G airspace? by Thomas Borchert
Gatt, American envy German freeways, and let me tell you it isn't just Germany. After a look at the accident statistics, you wouldn't anymore. I vastly prefer long distance driving in the US to Germany. You can't go really fast in Germany anymore anyway, either there are speed limits or too...
August 6th 04 09:44 AM
by Thomas Borchert Go to last post
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100LL "the future looks grim" by Cub Driver
On Sun, 01 Aug 2004 04:17:46 -0000, Marty Shapiro wrote: Does anyone have more accurate information about this gas than my fading memory? As recently as 20 years ago, white gas was sold in gallon containers as lantern and stove fuel. Dunno about octane, but it...
August 6th 04 07:07 AM
by Janne Blomqvist Go to last post
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Training Q - Is this appropriate by Jules
Scott D. wrote: WTH are you talking about. The terms of insurance at his fllight school. As for the other, where do you draw the line? Student "pretty much ready" or the student really ready?
August 6th 04 05:57 AM
by Scott D. Go to last post
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Boeing Field/Mus. Of Flight Trip by gatt
"Brian Burger" wrote in message The Museum of Flight - http://www.museumofflight.org/ - is amazing. They've got a Concorde - and it's TINY - All that titanium in the back....yummy. Notice that the A-12 (SR-71) is bare, and you can see its titanium skin. Titanium is...
August 5th 04 08:12 PM
by gatt Go to last post
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Palm.net is Shutting Down by Judah
But you can't get a Cell Internet connection at 10,000'! Palm.Net connections at 10,000 were not bad in many areas... (PaulH) wrote in : Judah wrote in message
August 5th 04 07:25 PM
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AMD Alarus IFR Trainer*** by H.P.
I'm thinking of purchasing a share in the AMD Alarus IFR trainer. I'm just 7 hours in a 172. Anyone have any recent experience or info? A Google search indicated that the last discussion on this was in 2003 on r.a.s
August 5th 04 07:10 PM
by H.P. Go to last post
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In for Annual by Jim Weir
I import switches from the Far East, PC boards from Eastern Europe, and send components all over the world. I will **ONLY** do it by USPS, as the buggers at the freight companies charge ridiculous customs fees. Jim Javier Henderson
August 5th 04 07:06 PM
by Jim Weir Go to last post
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Brokerage fees (was In for Annual) by David Megginson
Javier Henderson wrote: Jim, how do you ship? USPS? UPS? I shipped some computers to BC a few months back, via UPS ground, and UPS had a mandatory $50 brokerage fee. Whether this is a real fee charged by Canadian customs, or a profit center for UPS, I know not. Note that this were not...
August 5th 04 07:02 PM
by David Megginson Go to last post
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