About to fly from LFOF to LFRJ and back.
The flight plan:
Visual approach charts:
Take some pics if you can :)
That 430 am showtime ;)
I second Civil Air Patrol! I learned to fly, earned my Mitchell award and attended some of the most fun events of my youth. Next time I'm heading DCA way, I will shoot you a message, sir.
Sounds good. Currently live in TX but visit DC a lot since it's my home. Just shoot me a pm as early as you know :)
I love those calm days with absolutely no wind and no turbulence!
Enjoying a nice and smooth ride from LFOF to LFRG!
Do you have any shots of your instruments to couple with the pics looking outward from the cockpit? If so please add. Keep this going folks :)
I do have those :)
Excellent, thanks @Axel_B
From another flight (with a DA20 this time). We are here cruising at 105 knots with the Manifold pressure set at 25.7 and the RPM at roughly 2200.
I wish I could learn to fly but my mom said "only if it is a jetliner."
Ahh.. the majestic B777 with the GE90-115B engines... my dream.... one day though...
More like a 772 ER with Trent 892Bs
Gearing up for a flight around Indianapolis the other day. :)
Taking one of those back to Europe tomorrow then a 300 out to the far east later in the week. ;)
If you ever need a contract copilot let me know ;).
Geeze, do they post those memory items in all plane's? No offense but that needs to be second nature not posted. There are no such monickers in bigger equipement even if bigger is a kingair. Plus when an emergency occurs that should come to memory like tying your shoes
Im nauseous after reading your last post. Everything alright heavy?
Took my little nephew a few days ago and had a similar placard. I'm seeing this more and more sadly.
Emergency should be memorized period. It will literally be a life and death moment you don't want to be reaching for the red tab. Ha