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"Airport Hot Spot" Superscript Numbers by blackboxman
I just noticed something new on the airport diagram for Paine Field: airport hot spots. Anybody know what the superscript number after each "HOT" designator is for? Thanks. Ethan
October 22nd 09 04:30 AM
by blackboxman Go to last post
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"Are you worried about all those non-green colors on the radar?" by Peter R.
I actually received this comment today from an FSS (US Flight service) specialist when I called for an IFR flight briefing for a flight from Boston back to Syracuse, NY, early this afternoon. The Bridgeport FSS specialist was not joking either. He went on to say that too often pilots express...
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May 26th 06 01:19 AM
by Matt Barrow Go to last post
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"Best" IFR self training kit? by iliad
ANy suggestions? Sporty's, ASA, King, or other? Would like something that TRAINS me...not neccasarily a brain dump.
April 13th 06 04:50 PM
by Longworth Go to last post
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"Come Sail Away" - Video to music by [email protected]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eo3vC-oPOKY 15 to 20 second snippets of my May 1st and May 2nd IFR flights. Scenes with the blue skies overhead was done in the KMBO NE practice area with a block altitude request and scenes that have a gray overcast was done while I was doing some instrument...
May 3rd 09 02:05 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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"Fantasy" flight - Video by [email protected]
Yesterday's "Fantasy" IFR flight from Bessemer AL back home to Madison MS. KMBO. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GMej00GrhE Cumulus cloud bases were 5000 estimated to 8000 feet. My cruise altitude was 6000. One has to admit, the view at 6000 was more photogenic then Interstate 20 and...
September 28th 08 10:38 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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"Flight" from "One Six Right" by [email protected]
Check out "Flight" from "One Six Right" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_MahVsiQ98
July 16th 07 11:34 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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"Learning to fly diary" exericise 7 Climbing recent update by [email protected][_2_]
Hi all, this is the the most recent update to my learning to fly diary www.learningtoflydiary.com
October 1st 09 07:28 PM
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"Rolling" to ATC by Mxsmanic
Under what conditions, if any, would you explicitly tell ATC that you are rolling, that is, actually rolling on the runway for take-off? I hear this used occasionally, but I don't know if there are any formal circumstances that merit it, or if it is just at pilot discretion, or what. It is...
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February 7th 07 10:42 PM
by Sam Spade Go to last post
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"Tombstone" agency splitting hairs again by BillyJack
A close call between two planes at O'Hare Airport this summer was closer than originally reported. The National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday that an Atlas Air cargo plane and a United Airlines jet came within 35 feet of colliding on July 23 -- not 300 feet as reported back in July...
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November 25th 06 02:05 AM
by Roger Go to last post
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"View Limiting Device" recommendations please by [email protected]
I've been working on that elusive instrument rating for awhile now, but I still haven't come up with a very good solution for my view limiting device. I need to wear glasses for reading (charts), but otherwise I see just fine. I wear progressive lenses (for presbyopia) that vary from a diopter of...
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February 4th 08 02:25 AM
by Morgans[_2_] Go to last post
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'73 Piper Charger by Kobra
Flyers, A friend of mine is an executor of an estate that is selling a pristine 1973 Piper Charger (PA28-235) for sale if anyone is thinking of buying. It has a great useful load of 809 lbs. with full fuel or 1013 lbs. if you leave the auxiliary tanks empty. Contact me for photos if...
March 27th 04 08:49 PM
by Jay Honeck Go to last post
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((( WARNING ))) Pass it on if you have the courage. * by [email protected]
((( WARNING ))) Pass it on if you have the courage. * American Soldiers are being killed in Iraq by our own ]] 9/11 was a inside job, The Iraq War is staged !!! They need a excuse to stay in Iraq to steal the OIL.
March 25th 07 02:55 PM
by Jim Macklin Go to last post
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10 hrs. Instrument for Commercial by Geo. Anderson
Just started looking at ASE requirements. I don't have to get _another_ 10 hours if I am already IA rated, right? Previous instrument training time has to apply here. ? FAR 61.129(a)3(i) Thanks.
August 30th 04 04:51 AM
by Lynne Miller Go to last post
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10/28 Mess at ATL by WhoGivesAFig?
The new multi billion 9000 foot fancy piece of concrete called 10/28 at ATL New concrete that was supposed to help delays all over America Cat 2 and 3 OTS for weeks Why? ILS Interference from power lines
September 15th 07 04:59 AM
by WhoGivesAFig? Go to last post
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101 Best Aviation Attractions by John Purner
As a complimentary site to my new book "101 Best Aviation Attractions", I have activated a new website at http://www.flyingsbest.com Half of this site does FlyIn CampOut issues the other Aviation Attractions. The book will be released by McGraw-Hill in Late April. Amazon is already selling it....
February 3rd 04 06:29 PM
by John Purner Go to last post
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12 horsepower per hour per gallon, equates to percent power by Doug
Rule of thumb. So if you are burning 10 gallons an hour in a 180 hp engine, you are developing (10x12) = 120 hp. 120/180 = .67, so that is 67% power. It's not exact but gets you close.
October 28th 06 06:11 PM
by Andrew Sarangan Go to last post
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16th runway safety lapse at Logan since October 2004 by NotPoliticallyCorrect
BOSTON A jet was forced to abort its takeoff when another plane crossed onto its runway, the second such incident in just over a week at Logan International Airport. The American Airlines jet was moving into position for takeoff when an American Eagle regional jet that had just landed crossed the...
October 25th 05 03:45 PM
by Peter Clark Go to last post
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172P vs 172R for instrument platform..... by Jonathan
I currently rent a 172P for all of my flying needs. The FBO that I rent at is getting a 172R. My question is what is everyones openion of the 172R as an instrument platform? I know it should fly about like the 172P. I am wondering about the systems and any added safety features. One thing that...
July 22nd 04 01:52 AM
by john smith Go to last post
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1960-61 Cessna 210 parts by Victor Bravo
Many 1960-61 Cessna 210 new unused NOS parts being auctioned on ebay now. Some of these parts may fit other year aircraft as well. Includes very hard to find and/or expensive nosegear doors, main nosegear ass'y, cowl skins, nose cowl, cowl flaps. Much more coming soon including rebuildable wings...
June 5th 08 09:59 PM
by Victor Bravo Go to last post
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1961 Cessna 210A Part 135 810 S/FReman $25,800 ? by Victor Bravo
The bidding on the Cessna 210 ebay austion is halfway over, only 4 days left. So far the high bid os only $25,800 which would be the steal of the century...uhhh... I mean the steal of the Centurion! Put in a reasonable bid and you might fly away in a really nice airplane ! This airplane was...
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June 7th 07 08:58 PM
by HankL Go to last post
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