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But the flying, the hand flying, was the easiest part of learning to fly. Rules/regulations/navigation, etc. took most of the time.
Technically, it's only a regulation, not a law. But the FAA does care, but they only check if they are investigating a smoking hole.
That is exactly what they are doing.
So far, T2 has been my favorite, by far. We'll see how this one rates.
I'd start the engine, 'cuz I'd be in a Stemme.
It has to be reported, and it's not likely disqualifying. Call your AME and ask.
A simple accumulator with a solenoid could help the prime. I've seen that on some airplanes!
Does the manual say to? If not, then not. Also, RTV releases acetic acid whilst curing, which can instigate corrosion.
You say that, but if you learn to fly in a 150 and then land a 182 without instruction you'll prang the firewall when you land heavily on the...
I don't know. The expression that everyone spells wrong is the French voilà.
I was pointing out that whilst I was semi-bi-linqual, it was not useful.
Yep. Old fat men are rare.
No drug or surgery will ever work without a change in lifestyle. A permanent change in lifestyle. And that's free; it may even save you money in...
I got pulled over at the Montreal airport for driving into a crosswalk just as a lady and her baby carriage rolled off the curb. Apparently I was...
The first midair was failure to see and avoid, with the Otter descending into the other plane, and some have speculated that the lousy downward...
Chicks dig the $300k/year big iron pilots, not spam can steerers.
Funny, I was waiting for quite a while in an OH BMV line in February to get my new DL. 1.5 hours before my number was called.
People is wrong.
Whilst some [me!] get on the NTSB for always wanting to come up with a cause, they do occasionally get it right with that sort of finding. The...