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Looks pretty nice to me, although I don’t get the guy hanging his leg out the open door? Perhaps I am looking at that incorrectly.
Truly, the only...
That is EXACTLY what I have been a proponent of during the entire thread.
But, too be clear... on a CAT 2 or 3 approach, there is a lot going...
Whatever.... agree can’t land.
I give up .
Thank you... I mean that sincerely, as now I think you understand what I’m driving at.
Obviously you have no idea just what the question is.
Also please read my earlier post. This cane into a question while on a CAT II approach. Just how low do you take it without a clearance when you...
To your last question. Roughly 20,000 hours..??
There are IFR rules if no further clearance received by an EFC... if that’s what you are driving at??
This is the best, albeit “non regulatory” answer so far. That’s pretty much my school of thought as well.
It would not be another regulation, just a modification of an existing one. Instead of “don’t touch wheels to pavement”, it could be “don’t...
Oh c’mon... everything I’ve said was in relation to NOT act recklessly.
It doesn’t have to be a huge red truck with flashing lights, but rather...
My point is what good is it to “not land”, but fly a foot off the pavement and smack the truck on the runway? I was asking if the LACK of a...
I appreciate your work and time on this, but it really does not get to my point.
Perhaps I’m not explaining myself clearly.
But we are not cleared for a “low pass”. We are not cleared for anything. That’s the crux.
Ahhh.... I’m agreeing with you. I’m just think there should be more defined rules. as I always say, “judgment rules the day”.
Still does not satisfy the question of what can or cannot be done without a landing clearance.
The only thing I know for certain is that wheels...