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I'd also vote for an RV of some sort.
Find an experienced CFI to mentor you through the process. Ride backseat during actual training flights and observe how it's done. Do this with...
So many wonderful ideas to consider. Thanks, guys! It's a 182L.
Electronic device under the bottom of the yoke. Is it for the old Navomatic autopilot?
Yeah, I already have a new Chart Supplement. I need the old A/FD for a video we're working on. Many people think the A/FD no longer exists.
They sell old, obsolete A/FDs on Amazon?
Thanks, Brad. Yep, I found a pristine volume from someone's archives.
The A/FD still exists. It's the main section inside the Chart Supplement publication. What changed was the name of the booklet itself.
I watched STS-95 from the air. It was a furball of aircraft. ATC told everyone to STBY their transponders. We were told to stay west of the river...
Roger. But I need the actual book for a video we're working on.
This is it! Shoot me an email at email@example.com and we'll arrange for the transfer. Thanks.!
Thanks. I've been using it for a long time and yes, it's original.
The ball represents the airplane's tail. The two-bars/cage represent the airplane's nose. When they are together in the inclinometer, the tail is...
Oh well, I appreciate the effort.
And thank you, too! We'll so who has what.
Thanks! Much appreciated.
As we all know, the FAA changed the name of the A/FD publication to the Chart Supplement a few years ago (although the A/FD lives on, as a section...
Yep, I saw the Ford GT team in Sebring in 1970 or 71. It was great to see the background on the development of these cars. Thoroughly enjoyed it.