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  • hydroguy2's Avatar
    Today, 01:15
    I wanted to go fly today, as We just got some fresh snow. It would have made for good pictures. But no one plowed the runway 5" of heavy wet stuff...
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  • MAKG's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:46
    MAKG replied to a thread Always learn in Flight Training
    Those don't slam down hard on the pavement. Just a (real) flat landing.
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  • DesertNomad's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:06
    DesertNomad replied to a thread Always learn in Flight Training
    Last night I arrived on a commercial flight at SFO on RWY 28L. Over the numbers felt fast (737-900), and we touched down at taxiway L (4100' down the...
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  • chd's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:25
    I started working seriously on my instrument rating today, hitting books and first meeting with a new instructor (recommended by my previous...
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  • yakdriver's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:39
    After having a month of cold, wind, snow and rain it has mellowed out here this week. It was 60 degrees today so I pulled the N3N out and cruised...
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  • KeithSmith's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:17
    KeithSmith replied to a thread Student pilot in Flight Training
    Just know that it is a normal reaction. I've seen airline captains with perspiration stains from their arm pits to their belt during what I would...
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  • KeithSmith's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:06
    KeithSmith replied to a thread Always learn in Flight Training
    Autobrakes and thrust reversers. Autobrakes
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  • KeithSmith's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:01
    KeithSmith replied to a thread CFI Training in CFI
    Do you know which two you missed?
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  • Cary's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:59
    Cary replied to a thread CFI Training in CFI
    96% = great! Cary
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  • Cary's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:51
    Cary replied to a thread Always learn in Flight Training
    I agree that watching others land can be instructive: I was a student the first time I saw so-called pros botch a series of landings. A flight of...
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  • UHBlackhawk's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:36
    UHBlackhawk replied to a thread Always learn in Flight Training
    At my airplane we set flaps prior to the "After Start" checklist, prior to taxi. We then check them several more times prior to takeoff to ensure...
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  • Cary's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:12
    Cary replied to a thread Student pilot in Flight Training
    I think so. When I was instructing, as I felt a student was getting close, I'd often ask, "Well, do you think you're ready to solo?" Some agreed,...
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  • 42jeff's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:02
    42jeff replied to a thread CFI Training in CFI
    96% and I'm really not happy with the two I got wrong. If you've never looked into Sheppard Air and their testing software, I highly...
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  • MAKG's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:30
    MAKG replied to a thread Always learn in Flight Training
    Last time I took a purple 737 to Burbank, the pilot caught the 3rd wire. I wish I could have seen the tail hook on that thing. Well, it FELT...
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  • MAKG's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:26
    MAKG replied to a thread Student pilot in Flight Training
    Are there really any students in group #3?
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  • chd's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:23
    chd replied to a thread Always learn in Flight Training
    Waiting to depart this morning I saw someone *almost* try to land a Citation with the gear up. The gear was still in transition as he came over the...
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  • Siegmund's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:38
    Siegmund replied to a thread Always learn in Flight Training
    Had something vaguely similar happen last week, when I had to fly commercial for the first time in several years (first time since I learned to fly...
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  • runincolorado's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:40
    When I soloed, I was very ready for my solo take off. I was not so ready for my solo landing. I remembered the board saying the CFI wouldnt solo me...
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  • runincolorado's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:36
    runincolorado replied to a thread Always learn in Flight Training
    I always feel like there is a lot to be learned by watching others fly. It is sometimes easier to see others mistakes than your own, yet at the same...
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  • Z06_Mir's Avatar
    Yesterday, 13:47
    Z06_Mir replied to a thread Student pilot in Flight Training
    Your instructor will know that you're ready before you do. When you solo you need to be consistently safe, not consistently perfect. The first solo...
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  • UHBlackhawk's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:36
    "A good pilot is always learning." While sitting in line for departure on the ground at La Guardia Airport I got a good visual display of a lesson...
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  • UHBlackhawk's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:16
    UHBlackhawk replied to a thread Student pilot in Flight Training
    What Cary wrote. I would only add that often students will gain confidence after their first solo as they come to realize that they can, indeed, do...
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  • Cary's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:30
    Cary replied to a thread CFI Training in CFI
    See Neil's comments in the Non Sequitur thread--computers strike again. As you know because you're not a newbie, there are plateaus and...
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  • Cary's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:24
    Cary replied to a thread Test in Non Sequitur Forum
    Good luck! While my computer skills are slightly past the "where's the 'on' button?", it's only slightly. When I read explanations by other...
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  • Cary's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:12
    Cary replied to a thread Student pilot in Flight Training
    Welcome aboard. Students seem to fall into one of 3 "camps": Those who think they are ready to solo and can't understand why their instructors...
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  • Tallen32's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:02
    Tallen32 started a thread Student pilot in Flight Training
    So I'm a relative new student pilot. After about 4 hours I had to get a new instructor as my first one had to prep for airlines. Training has been...
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