Works well on the larger engines too, I uhhh... I mean a friend of mine hand propped a 402. Of course he would never do something like take that aircraft flying because the AI would go spinning like a top on the climb out. :eek:
I don't remember the SR20 being approved for aerobatic flight. I know that the SR22 isn't and that they are both not approved for intentional spins.
Thanks to the witnesses we can call off the NTSB, we already know the reason of the crash.
I would hope that the people at the 70 pound mark are a minority and not a large part of the customer base, because pissing your customers off simply doesn't sound like a good idea.
But hey, that's just me.
Ghee I haven't posted here in a while, been lurking just not posting. Not too many faces that I recognize. But I got this DVD today, it's a great film I very much enjoyed it for the first time (never seen more then snippets). It's great to see it out of the vault and released.
The scene where...
True, but the sportsman routinely is normally geared to be able to be done in lower end aircraft. It was a couple of years back that I saw it, but I think it was because he zeroed a maneuver, was the reason that killed his score.
Anyone know the phone number of Comair's IT manager? I'm always looking for work. :)
Heres to hoping that I have no problems with my January trip to Lost Wages.
Then again I am flying United and stopping in Denver. ;)