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I don't think the GFC500 was ever installed in a factory plane other than the new Piper 100. I think the picture was a computer simulation....
Looks like he was going 1g1 to KDED and went down in the area around 10g, i40 and 4i3.
We here have all gotten past the "If I get in a small plane I will die" thinking so that makes us more qualified than the average joe. :)
Just don't swap in a Cat and end up with a dog.
I wonder if that Cirrus could have made it if he didn't blow through the localizer.
When tower asked "Are you a solo flight student?" I wonder what would have happened if the answer came back "yes"
@02:20 "If a bug gets in and blocks your pitot, break the VSI glass" :lol:
Doesn't PoA strip off the start time offset when embedding?
Them there's redneck rivets.
Sounds like an awful large investment for something that will probably only get used for a couple of months. She'll outgrow it fast.
I always thought it was more akin to a GPSMap 696 (696 on the left, G300 on the right):
Right, with the loss of the GTN you'll either have COM2+GPS2 or COM2+NAV2 remaining. I never said that you should forgo a backup. What I am saying...
Congrats! Now you can resume your chase for Geico266. :)
Yeah that line is getting awfully blurry these days, isn't it?
I suppose that's why laser light projectors were invented.
If only that white stuff were money...
Modern cars have hill descent control that will downshift downhill.
Edit: Now that I mention it, modern cars also have ascent control as well...
CCFL or LED?
Majority of G1000 piston single planes also have steam gauge backups. I suppose you could fly off those for a while.