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- Tue Aug 22, 2006 2:02 pm
- Forum: Rotorheads
- Topic: Salthill static display area
- Replies: 11
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"Engine failures over 100K people", bit of an exageration don't you think!! Believe it or not a heli will pass 100 ft on its final approach and everthing in between. How many engine failures have the A III's had in the last 40 years?I'm sure the safest route in and out was flown, maybe you...
Believe it or not this heli albeit modified held the world altitude record for heli's,quite an achievment for an non turbine heli.The shaft does indeed pass through the cab, the crew and pax are protected by a couling around the shaft.
I think there is possibly a time limit of seven years on your ATPL theory results been frozen, if you don't have a current IR. You would need to check the JAR FCL's. If you plan on flying single pilot class aircraft like Robbies , jet rangers, A 109's, than a CPL/H is fine. If you hope to fly (co- p...
Hi Aviateire, The heli school in question is well established and has been around for some time. While I have had no personal experience in relation to this school, it would be fair to say that some people that I know off have trained there to get their tickets, and build their flight time through i...
- Mon Aug 01, 2005 5:29 pm
- Forum: Irish General Aviation
- Topic: IAA Online Flight Plans
- Replies: 7
- Views: 2241
I noticed the same thing during the week. I filed a flight plan with AIS over the phone and informed them that the on line service was off line so to speak. I was told that it will be back up and running by October.