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In your original post you didn’t ask opinions on how to fire your employer...you asked if you should take off overweight. There’s a big difference.
The type of flight plan doesn’t matter...it’s the flight conditions that determine the reserve requirements.
You’re sure you know what ahrs is? ;)
Unfortunately, lots of jets also take off within the certified max takeoff weight, and even within the “maximum weight to achieve climb...
“The Minneapolis FSDO doesn’t do field approvals.”
Apparently the oversight isn’t in place to allow mechanics to do it, either.
A Citation can go anywhere nonstop...at least, that’s what the owner said about his airplane that took off something like 800 pounds over gross to...
So how does an A&P make a replacement curved glass windshield for an antique airplane under Part 43?
What are you flying, and how is it equipped?
There are owners who can’t be trusted to make sure it’s done right, therefore NO owner should be allowed to do it.
Much like there are pilots who...
As @Jamie696 noted, examiners prefer to see you do things the way you would in real life. It’s probably also in your best interest to do things...
If his A&P isn’t providing the necessary oversight, it’s probably not going to be done properly by the A&P under Part 43 anyway.
If the airplane is so equipped, it’s still a requirement.
I was demonstrating one of the common errors.
Depending upon what you’re flying, approach speed is often below best L/D. If you assume that you’re landing into wind, your penetration speed...
I’m just glad none of the real educators are willing to share what’s actually wrong with what the FAA thinks educational theory is.
21.9(b) is about making parts for sale, not owner-produced for one’s own airplane. Nothing in this has been thread about making parts for sale.
Tailwinds both ways! Cool! ;)
Is there any part of the preceding discussion to which your comment actually applies?
*Except when they aren’t.
Depends who’s doing the crop dusting, and what they ate.