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My understanding of the PT-6 is that there is no mechanical linkage from the engine to the propeller. So, I don’t think you can connect “prop...
Guys - you’re posting this in the public section. Please take it to the private section.
Really? I've heard its a good idea to start with a sheep, a duck and a rooster.
And that, boys and girls, is how I became a pilot.
If you read the write up ;), it says there is a disconnect button on the pilot's yoke if a passenger "inadvertently" engages it.
Does your transponder have a timer?
I like Taleb as well but boy that guy has a huge ego.
About a year ago, I typed my daughters birthday into her phone and *bingo* it unlocks. So, I lay in wait until April Fools Day. Early that...
So, you're looking for a SoCal RV Flyer, like @SoCal RV Flyer
Go seaplane and pull up here:
I have .6 hours in one. I found it is hard to taxi if you don't turn the yaw damper off after landing! :D
I have nothing to add here other than to be the third poster from Sonoma County. :)
If you look at the pic in the news article. It appears that the cabin was breeched next to the prop.
I've found, for the oral, a good offense works. Just keep drilling him with zingers. If the DPE never has a chance to ask his own questions, how...
Was this the one? I think it helps answer the OP question.
This is probably obvious, but a CPA isn’t the right resource for matters of liability. I’m guessing an attorney’s conclusion to asset protection...
Rob is right. You don't need both. The 430 has two cards - one for Nav data and one for terrain data (the cards cannot be interchanged). Garmin...
Are you flying IFR with GPS approaches? If so, you need the subscription.
You'll also need a special card programmer for the NAV databases --...
As I mentioned above, we see 155+ at 15 gph but that may be due to to the speed mods we have (flap seals, etc but standard cowl)