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FAA registry still indicates Conti power. I don't know if that is updated upon conversion. Those things glide very well, I am told; from their...
Yeow. When other pilots and instructors want the guy grounded, he should probably be grounded.
Any landing you can limp away from ...
dot org. You get what you pay for.
There is a "thing" about tractors: many people are selling them very cheaply right now, because they owe a bunch of money on them. But they aren't...
Sounds suspiciously like my current gig.
And with the shoulder belts unhooked.
It would be difficult. Suicidal ideation can be a part of true PTSD. I don't want that person flying.
They can, will, and have crosschecked. And it was a mess for those involved.
That would depend on the time period; we changed ours at an hour usage and after a certain time if those hours didn't happen.
Two weeks, 'cuz the ramp had six inches of slush that had frozen, and I had to drive 250 miles home, then 250 back to get it. The FBO charged me...
If, as reported, the pilot flew the first part of the trip at 1,800 feet, that's pretty low, given the 1,000 or so ground elevation in that area.
Compared to ... not flying at all?
That's why you keep a bag of the most common fasteners in the glove box.
The same started happening in the automotive world a couple of decades ago, and now it's pretty universal: written-off motor vehicles have the...
I didn't like 'em 50 years ago. I love having my own door. That's why I didn't buy a 737.
I have such a propeller in the corner of my music room. I didn't try to fly once I had, um, adjusted it.
Yeah, something like that. There is no NTSB report, that's for sure.
You can probably do better than Textron right here on PoA. But 20% of a new 182 could get you your very-own, not shared, used 182.