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Problem is people confuse commercial pilots with the commercial airline pilots.
Problem is many here did not train in California.
If “bump it” means that annoying bass vibration that can be heard for a mile, it should be outlawed.
Just the other day I was behind someone with...
You failed a checkride because you went full deflection.
I hate to say it, but yes, the examiner was right to fail you.
No. No one should be yelling in the cockpit period.
RIP. Loved him and The Cars.
Personally I would leave it alone...
Aviation is a small world. Stay on the good side of everyone you can. Pilot, controller, fueled,...
We all know you must operate IFR above FL180. Nothing new there.
The point is just because you are operating under IFR does not mean you are...
Well your point sure seemed real to me, especially after several reiterations.
Trust me... your knowledge is welcome. Preaching is not. —just...
Fair enough.... it was my interpretation (apparently incorrectly so), that you thought Ed’s post was a joke.
Jon... do NOT go there. You are making a huge mistake. You will be completely roasted over the coals.
These guys are not fly-by-night yahoos....
I’m curious to know how your mains were on centerline, but your nose was not.
Perhaps, but back when I got my IR the requirements were different. We needed cross country time. Can’t remember how much, but it was a specific...
I’m not sure how common or important SIDS are to light, slow GA aircraft. Perhaps they are, I just don’t know.
That said, in all my years of...
I can’t tell from the pic.. is he rescuing his golf clubs?
Okay, I’ll roll with that. Is that what the OP meant I wonder??
Well there are indeed localizers that are not lined up, and some that even have glide slopes.
Yes I understand what you are saying, but that’s different than a straight in approach vs circling approach.
Different minimums for straight in. Jepp doesn’t use the “S”. As a default, if it’s not a circle it’s a straight in.