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I trained on a sundowner and we always had ballast in the back on most flights
Private IFR in Australia has components. Enroute first and add-ons available
Lol, yes, I see that now. Just went with the Northeast subject and PA :-)
Brandywine Flight School
More abrupt power changes was the old discussion around engine issues at patterns but I think it never really played out that way statistically
About 15 years ago in Australia I was taught to depart crosswind and over the field, climbing circuit/pattern really and then radio call the...
Also don't update maps or nextrad, FBO prices etc unless you need it.
I second the T700
I knew this would be Queenstown. Used to go there every year for snow boarding for about 8 years in a row before moving to the States
Agreed, but from the CFI stand-point, you wouldn't be doing steep turns during slow flight manu's. you'll need some performance and power to pull...
You can do a steep turn, but you'll need to full power, lose altitude and pick up airspeed in the process of the turn. Think Emergency turn, Box...
Jacobson Flare. I worked through this system when in Australia. It's engineering based flaring and quite interesting that works well for me.
I flew there today with Sarah.
Had a nice lobster roll at Ricks and then took a ride to the dunes for a bit of a walk along the beach and...
Flew just over the southampton TFR today. NY approach is pretty awesome across the board
The pilot ... zoom in to the pic and/or check out his mouth. He is still screaming at the top of his lungs on final approach
He is still yelling
I thought the pilot was screaming at the top of his lungs. Obviously the mic but now cannot unsee
I used to have to practice a zoom climb with idle power to gain around 150 to 200 feet depending on day (sundowner), but then your pitch over to...