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If the student doesn't understand after several tries it's the instructor who is at fault. Blowing a gasket on the student would be unexcusable
I'd like to start the bidding at $1
My plane was 54 years old when it got its first attitude indicator. I only put it in so students could see what 60 degrees looked like.
Back when I was instructing for a living my employer charged $56/hr for instruction. We instructors were paid on a sliding scale from $12-20/hr,...
Fortunately they're a thing called math to reconcile those differences down to the foot of necessary
I always thought timing the takeoff run was a seaplane thing.
I'm definitely a fan of observing ground roll distance on every take off and...
Some animals are just more equal than others
What's the old saying? Can't keep a top end on a Continental or a bottom end in a Lycoming?
With the Lycoming it's usually corrosion from...
Carb heat is your "alternate air" if your air box gets plugged.
Well executed response airman. You get to do it again.
I pulled the Narco mk 12 and CDI from my plane last year.
Tried to give it away a couple of times.
I took a ride a few months ago and the DPE strongly preferred check over cash. I don't think I asked why, just thought it was odd.
Back when I...
I went to help one one of my kids out last week and pay a ticket off for him.
They wanted to collect an $18 "convenience fee" for the privilege...
I think it's okay as long as you don't teach them to land.
There is more than one type of Scorpion. The scorpion Verde which I currently have on my car are known to get very noisy as they wear. Mine are...
My bad. Airplane Flying Handbook.
Still an old procedure, published by the FAA. Nothing new about it
I love that people think that is a "new" method. I've been flying 23 years and that has ALWAYS been the entry depicted in the AIM.
I buy hazard insurance for my tires when I get them. It will replace all four if one is damaged.
That said, I think it's a myth.
Except he is talking about a Texan II
I love Mooney's and would probably choose it in this scenario. Have to say though, I had a 177RG and put about 400 hours on it. I flight planned...