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Maximum RunwayTake-off Weight (MRTW)

MRTW stands for Maximum Runway Takeoff Weight. This is the maximum allowable weight that an airplane can be in order to successfully takeoff from that specific runway. Since this is a runway-specific...

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WAAS and 61.65 three approaches

They mysteries of government are open to all kinds of speculation. The only way to know for sure is to write to them. Office of the Chief Counsel 800 Independence Avenue SW Washington, DC 20591

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WAAS and 61.65 three approaches

I don't think the FAA General Counsel will answer the question and would continue to defer to Flight Standards.

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Straight line distance for CPL night xc

Sounds like you are talking about one of the two 2-hr, 100-mi dual cross country.flights, but perhaps reading a bunch of things into it that it doesn't say. Here's what the reg says: "One 2-hour c...

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Straight line distance for CPL night xc

You have to fly to an airport a minimum of 100 nm away from where you start. You do not necessarily have to fly back.* Note that the requirement is the same for the day XC. Also note that both of t...

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WAAS and 61.65 three approaches

I'm familiar with that and it would certainly be an argument I would make in court if I had to. However, the legal opinions take precedent over opinions from anyone below AFS-1. The FAA, like ever...

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Radar Service

This probably wasn't your question, but I can tell you this. There would be very few pilots who would know how to make a position report in a non-radar environment.

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Radar Service

We need more detail on your question. Are you asking the procedures for departing from a Class C/B airport when the radar is out? Are you asking how to get "flight following" radar service if the rada...

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WAAS and 61.65 three approaches

A lot of this discussion involves semantics. The General Counsel 2008 Glaser opinion was revisited with the 2012 Pratte opinion. Note that Pratte was acting manager of the FAA General Aviation and...

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Logging PIC flight time in Army vs. Civilian logbooks

Does anyone have a copy of that letter? The link to it is no longer valid.

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