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When the weather is too bad to go IFR, go VFR.
good to know for those flying a transport category plane certificated under Part 25.
"This is how we did it at Virgin America"
Not the first and won’t be the last.
"Here's a good spot to stall and spin 'er in!"
Maybe it's the questions you're asking? You seem to be absolutely clueless regarding 135 operations. There is no generic 135 training syllabus....
Airline flying this summer:
Rule #1 : Don't take travel advice from an FA.
It looks like a Rotor Flight Dynamics Dominator or just Dominator for short.
Eunice, lol. Mamou was pretty close.
I flew out of KLFT for the whole decade of 1990's. I went to A&P school in Lafayette which was then...
P3 compressor air in a PT6 engine is ~550F? Would the engine even notice? A few hundred feet in 3 sec would ~6000 fpm rate of descent. The POH...
Your OAT gauge goes up to 500F? If not, by what means did you measure the temperature of the 'plume?'
Lafayette? Opelousas? Mamou?
Oh puleeze, lettuce move on from this thread . . .
He must not be looking too hard. Truckloads of stuff like that at salvage yards.
Yes, you can ferry the plane on a ferry permit. Otherwise it's a...
I had a cousin that received his A&P cert. at age 70. Despite having 3 Bachelor's degrees, an AF career in Century series fighters, etc., he said...
He never spent a single day in jail for his crime.
One can "turn off" the ability to be tracked via various "aware" sites. Can't to anything about that because it's not illegal.
No, he was either yanking your chain or he is really, really dum.
lol. As the man says, "not exactly"