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What plane was it and how wide is the taxiway? He could either be concerned that we wouldn't fit there or FOD.
I think it is technically domestic, I just usually stick to the mainland.
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I'm looking for information regarding flying to and staying in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Has anyone been there? Should I have any safety concerns?...
and not to mention Atlanta ATC is a thousand times nicer than NY.
Just pre-coordinate it, you'll get what you want.
Sure you can but it will require you to precoordinate it with tower (and probably NY depending on what you want to do). Contract the tower before...
What I don't get is why his right engine isn't feathered and left is. In a duel engine failure I'd assume you feather both or none. In the NTSB...
How do we know that he was at 12K?
That's for 24K.
I'm not sure exactly what altitude this guy was at. If it was 12K, than that is rather low. Kinda a pointless altitude for that...
Expect about 250TAS and 285pph/side.
I believe a C90 holds about 385gal. I fly an E90 with a different fuel system, so perhaps someone can...
I was actually a lot more surprised by 175kts.
I flew a Caravan for a little while with a -135, but it had floats so it cruised only around...
If fuel exhaustion was the cause then we should see an NTSB report rather soon.
Wow that's a big difference.
It depends on what's flying behind you. In certain cases I'm sure a faster speed will be appreciate, then again at some point it becomes...
They are good when done correctly.
Just don't ask for it at a bravo airport. :)
I've taken an DA42 and an Aztec up there. I think it's too high for a typical non-pressurized piston, but if the mission requires it, sure I'll do it.