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:lol: Very nice but where is the GPS :shock:

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Dunno, i think it was gettin repaired. Was flying today and it was there which is a good thing :D
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Just wondering, should'nt the transponder be on 1200......

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Hi there,

1200 is the standard VFR code for the US. Europes standard squawk for VFR is 7000. But here in Cork (EICK) we have a set squawk range for VFR which ranges from 0200 - 0210 (i think thats how far it goes).

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:) Very glad to hear the GPS is back where iy belongs .The panel looked a bit bitty without it .Cheers :)

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usually the pilots at cork would reset the transonder to 2000
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usually the pilots at cork would reset the transonder to 2000

haahaa, for as long as I can remember, the xponder in one of our PA28's has been set to 0205 [/quote]
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alphaLaura wrote:
usually the pilots at cork would reset the transonder to 2000

haahaa, for as long as I can remember, the xponder in one of our PA28's has been set to 0205
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"our PA28's"

ya theyre usually just left a the previous setting and when your lucky you get the same squak as already in the box,

The jets always reset to 2000,EI and another few defo do,because i was testing a TCAS on TA/RA mode at 2000 on the box,with the ADIRUS aligned for NAV data,and its a standard that they have at 2000!!
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