- Dec 5, 2010
- North Carolina once again.
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You can be as stubborn as you want but it doesn’t change the fact that you have made statements regarding inspection passes and when asked you won’t directly answer the question and resort to patronizing people regarding your position. Your statements are just as useless as that YouTube dummy’s lawyer.You can call me whatever you want. I've been saying the same thing this entire thread: It's entirely possible that 1) the FAA is 100% correct in this case and 2) properly conducted inspection passes and back-country landings are legal. We don't know the legal position the FAA took in this case and we've only heard one version of the facts. That's not enough.
regardless of the facts in this specific case you have made statements not clearly supported in the regs and when challenged you won’t respond in a meaningful manner. I have been here a long time and I know you can do better.