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The fact that they pushed the weather envelope is surprising to me, because I know first hand that Maimi Air has pretty stringent company...
Yep, actual is definitely different from foggles on a VFR day
Well this thread went sideways quickly
I've logged a ton of hours in that very plane....as a passenger that is
Absolutely, even listened to the HIWAS
Negative on the auto pilot...does not have one
I remember one time as a kid growing up in west Virginia there being a loud thunderstorm one night, looked outside and there was an inch or two of...
That's great!! Glad to hear!
From what I understand the FAA typically frowns upon flying through IMC conditions while not on an IFR flight plan
Yes, it's true, I did it (and it wasn't the first time)...yet I am not ashamed.
I just flew a 205 NM trip in a 172...without the magenta...
Just googled it... my response to his position....
Was waiting for that one
Well, I didn't get to fly today...anyone's GPS **** the bed today?
I did my multi training in a Baron..loved it
Yep, pretty much any time I'm going IFR I'll call and get a briefing. I do my research on the computer then call to get a thorough briefing
I only carry when I fly with @eman1200
I realize the information I have is limited, but from what I do know, these crashes could have been avoided by simply....disengaging the...
Just did an accelerated mutli add on it my commercial. Two days, great training and a fair price for what you get in my opinion. Greensboro NC....
None of that seems appealing at all
I get the point you're trying to make, but that's a pretty extreme analogy....GPS to pilotage is a little different than AoA to non-AOA...