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Is math needed to become a pilot

Hey guys, just asking if core maths is needed to become both commercial pilot or private pilot.

Answered by: Brandon 12410 views

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Helicopter ATP – steep turns

Thanks all of that is very helpful. I am flying a Eurocopter EC135p2

Answered by: Mike O 259 views

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Helicopter ATP – steep turns

Since we do settling with power at 1,500 AGL, I would think that would be a safe altitude to use. As far as airspeed, we don't have a maneuvering speed to deal with as we do with airplanes. You didn...

Answered by: Kris Kortokrax 259 views

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Helicopter ATP – steep turns

Thanks for that info. The helicopter ATP PTS doesn't actually call for an exact degree to use, it simply states to select an altitude recommended by the manufacturer or training syllabus, establish a...

Answered by: Mike O 259 views

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Helicopter ATP – steep turns

It pays to be a pack rat. I have a copy of AC 61-27C published in 1980. It is the old Instrument Flying Handbook. It contains the following description of steep turns in a helicopter: __________...

Answered by: Kris Kortokrax 259 views

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LNAV MDA not authorized – NOTAM

Conner, You did not provide a reference to an approach nor a link to the NOTAM, so it is impossible for me to comment.

Answered by: John D Collins 273 views

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IFR recency requirements

Of course, good clarification!

Answered by: R. Anderson 314 views

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IFR recency requirements

You actually have until the end of July. Take the date of the proposed flight, say, July 20th. The rule quoted above is "within the six calendar months preceding the month of the flight". The 1s...

Answered by: Russ Roslewski 314 views

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IFR recency requirements

FAR 61.57(c)(1): "Within the 6 calendar months preceding the month of the flight..." 1. Calendar Month of your proposed flight = June. 2. Calendar Month when you established your currency per...

Answered by: R. Anderson 314 views

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Pilot Certificate Military

Hopefully this link will work: http://fsims.faa.gov/wdocs/8900.1/v05%20airman%20cert/chapter%2002/05_002_015rev1.pdf Start reading at paragraph 5-618 after you have read the regulation and you'l...

Answered by: KDS 289 views