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Aside from the forward-looking programmer, with the obstacle database being out of date is it still legal for IFR?
This is what shows in a rental I fly.
Is it IFR legal for approaches?
You can walk away tall from this one Ted. Well played.
Also, how about an L-19 Bird dog.
Let the dog transport Ted for a change ;)
That's kind of the plan right now. Also going to speak with the mechanic shortly about checking the GPS connections when he puts the ELT back.
Another thread resurrection..
Garmin 430 (waas), Artex ELT (not sure of model)
ELT went off randomly at airport while plane...
The closest thing to exercise I get some weeks :yawn:
Just as a thread update..
Finally got to speak with the mechanic.
The unit is an Artex brand.
He sent the unit, and battery off for testing, as it...
Someone ate a LOT of Mexican..
I wonder if he spilled his beer.
I'm about to look at the log books and see if that's what they had. It's a '79 Cessna 172.
I wondered too, and also made a joke about bad landings, but apparently no one had flown or even been around the plane in over 5 days.
I'm going to resurrect this thread again instead of starting a new one.
I called to rent a plane but it was down. The reason was:
That is definitely gear up ;)
Sad to see, but I have to admit when I opened the link that picture made me chuckle.
It's always a solemn time losing parents.
I fly with a picture of my dad in my flight bag.
He was a 101st Airborne Ranger, with a lot of jumps....
Yep, that was gold.
What if you were in a 5/3 Bank, loaded, with wings?
Probably getting the cops called on ya, but you're having a good time.
Flying at any angle increases the load on your bank.
Well, unless your parents are paying for it.