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      dbahn replied to the thread Diversion Scenario:.
      Don't try to diagnosis anything from the pilot's seat. It's simply a MEDICAL emergency. ATC may or may not ask further questions, but...
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      Tavares, Florida. Not far from Orlando. Nearest airport is Leesburgh. That's where we took our PA12 on floats, leased by them for the...
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      My original flight instructor and I bought this PA12 on wheels. I flew it from Vermont to the Baumann Float factory in Wisconsin where...
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      dbahn replied to the thread Diversion Scenario:.
      When you have any emergency you are free to do anything that reduces its risks. Keep ATC advised and realize that your decision making...
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      dbahn replied to the thread Done . . ..
      Halfway through radiation/chemo, I'm acutely aware of one of the side effects: ;) (Two or three days of raking up fallout. At least...
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      dbahn replied to the thread False DUI.
      Could this in any way be related to your earlier post about answering "no" when the correct answer was "yes"? It's hard to make DUI...
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      dbahn replied to the thread Medxpress error.
      If it's been reported previously it shouldn't be a problem, however "should" and "FAA" often don't work in the same sentence. You may...
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      Pretty well, in my experience. You don't have to do anything to make them do that on landing, but it helps to kill the engine when...
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      The violation has already occurred by violating the 500 foot bubbe if the people and property are that close on either side. "Undue"...
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      Not as clearly a you think. "In the event of power failure" only applies to the risk of people on the surface, not the risk to the...
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      The hooker in the altitude regulation is the exception that says "when necessary". The FAA can easily take enforcement action when they...
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      Just remember that Flight Following is voluntary, obviously for the pilot but sometimes the controller will be unable to provide the...
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      I used flight following most of the time in Alaska, filing VFR flight plans the old fashioned way. Flying in mostly deep valleys...
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      dbahn replied to the thread Class D trip yesterday.
      Controllers will almost always prefer to clearly know your intentions without having to ask for them. You can usually do that quickly...
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      dbahn replied to the thread Best prep for IPC?.
      I don't see any problem with just hiring an instructor to get you proficient and when you are proficient get signed off, presuming that...
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