Started by etodd, January 21, 2020, 03:11:17 am
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QuoteThe new 172 qualifies as a "technically advanced aircraft" for whatever thats worth.
Quote from: TheSkyHornet on January 21, 2020, 03:21:36 pmIs the change regarding TAA now that Commercial requires training in TAA, or that TAA requires additional training under Part 61 before an airman may operate a TAA? It's me--I got lost in the dialogue. I understand that CAP requires training in the G1000 before operating the G1000 (as a TAA), but I'm not missing something from the Part 61 side, am I? I've flown G1000s before outside of CAP, but they were never logged in my logbook as anything other than, say, C172 or SR20. So I don't really have "TAA Time" unless I was to go back and match the tails with the aircraft equipment.
Quote from: TheSkyHornet on January 21, 2020, 04:26:18 pmThe older I get, the more of a recreational pilot I become.
Quote from: etodd on January 21, 2020, 04:35:43 pmQuote from: TheSkyHornet on January 21, 2020, 04:26:18 pmThe older I get, the more of a recreational pilot I become.Understand that! Me? I'll get my Commercial in the next couple weeks before I turn 64 next month. LOL
Quote from: audiododd on January 23, 2020, 02:22:39 amFYI, the Power-Off 180 & Accuracy Landing is now considered an emergency procedure and you only get one shot at it -- ask me (and my checkbook) how I know :-(
Quote from: etodd on January 23, 2020, 04:07:28 amThats the one I find easy. Its the lazy-eights that give me trouble, and yet others say its easy. Its funny how each pilot has a different thing they struggle with. Everyone is different.(But now I've just jinxed it and will land 100 feet short. LOL)
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