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I would say it depends on how much you fly, what kind of airports you fly from or into, and how much IFR you are flying. Basic works okay for me.
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I had to fly an on-airport NDB approach on my instrument checkride That is exactly the way I flew it and the DPE seemed to be happy.
It would be worth your money and time to spend $35 and join the Cessna 150/152 Club (http://www.cessna150-152club.com/). There are a lot of...
I think the procedure you outlined is good. In fact, I very often enter that way.
I understand your frustration with your avionics. I think we have all been there at one point or another. My advice is to try to fix what you...
Enjoy the Super D. It is a great fun airplane!
Pretty cool flying right over the big airport in our little flivvers :).
I have not looked at the sectional, but if the bottom of the Class C shelf is 2100, I definitely would not fly at 2000. That is just too close....
To each his own, but if Clearance Delivery is available on the ground at an underlying airport, I use it. The controller gives you a squawk, a...
I didn't see it, but it is cloudy/overcast in our area.
Kind of a guess, but i would recommend budgeting about $8,000. It may be less, but then you will have come in under budget! :)
That is what I was thinking also. The FAA is using the MON for GPS backup. The biggest problem I see is that an ILS capable airport is (as I...
You may want to just try flying as a Sport Pilot and see if you still like flying. That route simplifies the medical process.
I would check in with them. They probably are planning to assign the higher altitude, but may be busy doing other things.
Congratulations Bob. Also, it is really good to see several "mature" people here who are getting back into flying!
A fun trip! Thanks for taking us along.
I think that would be great!
Good luck with the E6B, Daniel. I think, as others pointed out, you were just looking at the wrong hash mark. And, although most of us rarely...