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The first one is the actual formula derived directly from the lift equation. The second is the rule of thumb estimate for the first.
VSnew = VSold √(Wnew / Wold)
No, you aren't on the approach yet, you can't just make up your own altitudes.
Go-arounds are often overlooked and I see people botch them all the time. It's a common weak area on flight reviews and rental checkouts. Leaving...
He's trying to capture an LPV though, so the wrong mode is armed.
You said you set up an LPV but it shows a LOC/GS armed annunciation in white. So that means it's trying to capture an ILS, not an LPV, is it not?
I think he's peeved that you asked what Garmin means by DTK on your Garmin GTN, when you could have asked Garmin what Garmin means when Garmin...
Oh no please don't get that one. Another con artist trying to pass off the book as his own.
The copy from ASA is cheaper:...
Lack of creativity, e.g. remaking good movies into bad. They should remake bad movies and make them good.
Too bad he's banned and can't tell us what happened.
As a freelance CFI I get audited by the TSA every year. The inspector's knowledge of the actual rules that they have been put in charge to enforce...
I literally just answered that:
The safety pilot is required when the pilot flying is under the hood. The safety pilot is not required when the pilot flying is not under the...
I suspected that might be the case but no. I listened to it and Jason Blair's discussion is incorrect at best and incoherent at worst. He says...
It doesn't matter what I think, it only matters what the FAA thinks, and I don't know what they think, because there is no formal definition of...
The checkride continued after the issue was corrected.
Because that's totally the same thing as having a pilot who is flying the plane.
Your "that would never happen" scenario happened to one of my students. :rolleyes:
We are not saying the same thing. You can be a crewmember without being a required crewmember. 14 CFR 1.1.