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    For good reason. Just looking at the gear,...

    For good reason. Just looking at the gear, there's no way to be absolutely certain that the gear is down AND LOCKED, or even just fully extended, though they CAN tell if it's an obvious partial...
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    Of course in the real G36 there's a manual gear...

    Of course in the real G36 there's a manual gear extension capability, as well, which just needs "armstrong" power.
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    How many of these women have you known...

    How many of these women have you known personally, as opposed to reading about them or hearing about them? In the first place, it would be a rare individual indeed (man OR woman) who could put up...
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    That is definitely NOT true for all the women...

    That is definitely NOT true for all the women I've met and flown with over the years. They've all flown for the same reason that men do, love of aviation. If you read Flying Magazine, Martha Lunken's...
  5. Thread: Is this an error

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    Well, in the U.S. STARs are for arrivals......

    Well, in the U.S. STARs are for arrivals... :pilot:

    Good catch.
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    Good. I'd note that, as you move up in aircraft...

    Good. I'd note that, as you move up in aircraft performance and complexity there are some things that are different from using the C-172. Power management will be different, as will altitude choices...
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    As for cruising altitude for a C-172, pick an...

    As for cruising altitude for a C-172, pick an altitude that will clear the terrain (especially over populated areas) by at least 1,000 feet (you can climb and descend, if you wish, as the terrain...
  8. Thread: Taj Mahal, Agra

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    OK, but facial expressions, body language and...

    OK, but facial expressions, body language and tone of voice don't come through the keyboard, and I certainly didn't want someone who had not read the book to think Gann was actually trying to destroy...
  9. Thread: Taj Mahal, Agra

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    It doesn't seem to exist any more -- after all,...

    It doesn't seem to exist any more -- after all, that was 75 years ago. On Google Earth the Agra airport is a good five miles from the Taj Mahal, and no runway points that way anyhow, so it must have...
  10. Thread: Redundant Gauges

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    But has the disadvantage that when you have more...

    But has the disadvantage that when you have more than one aircraft using the same gauge, you also have multiple copies of the gauge. So care is needed.
  11. Thread: GPS v. NAV

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    The GPS gives you the same info, but the...

    The GPS gives you the same info, but the autopilot takes its input from whichever source is selected by the GPS/NAV switch. If you're flying manually it's not as important, except in certain...
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    Not only have you resurrected what should be a...

    Not only have you resurrected what should be a dead horse, an almost 10 year old post, but the differences between the two sims is much greater now than it was in 2012. So your arguments are pretty...
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    That's good -- I bought their package for my wife...

    That's good -- I bought their package for my wife back in the days when it was on VHS tape -- it was great then, and probably better now.


    Nice - thanks Randy.
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    How much are you reducing power to start the...

    How much are you reducing power to start the descent? You can come all the way back to flight idle. Also, you could deploy spoilers as they sometimes do on real aircraft.
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    Of course turboprops are not really disappearing...

    Of course turboprops are not really disappearing from the U.S., though perhaps from airlines. There are plenty of turboprops in non-airline operations all over the U.S., so that headline is a bit...
  16. Thread: Slew You

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    Glad you got it working. Enjoy.

    Glad you got it working. Enjoy.
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    No problem -- I just wondered if there was...

    No problem -- I just wondered if there was something I'd not yet come across.

    Take care,
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    What is FSX Streaming? That's new to me. Or do...

    What is FSX Streaming? That's new to me. Or do you mean FSX Steam Edition, which is a whole different ball game, not streamed?
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    The initial (Phase 1) phase out of VORs, from...

    The initial (Phase 1) phase out of VORs, from 2016 to 2020, eliminates 74 VORs across the U.S., out of 1,000 or so that existed in 2016. Phase 2, from 2021-2025, will phase out an additional 234...
  20. It helps to understand that, when we talk about...

    It helps to understand that, when we talk about "per hour," that's per hour of time that the engine is running. So a four hour flight into New Mexico (and, of course, 4 hours back) might mean you're...
  21. Real world flying clubs do, indeed, make it...

    Real world flying clubs do, indeed, make it cheaper to fly. The L-21 in my avatar was owned by a club with 8 members, organized as a stock-holding corporation. In 1995 it cost me about $6000 to buy...
  22. Great, Neil. Glad to hear you're started on your...

    Great, Neil. Glad to hear you're started on your training. I'd offer you a thought or two though. I wouldn't wait to pass the written before starting the in flight portion. Properly done (and most...
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    That's probably because few airports have a VOR...

    That's probably because few airports have a VOR or VORTAC on the field. There may be one within a few miles or there may be one 40 or more miles away. So you'll need to spend some time looking at...
  24. Thread: Slew You

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    I did read that, which is why I posted the...

    I did read that, which is why I posted the relevant contents of my Standard.XML file. That file contains what is assigned to controls and, on my system, is located in...
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    It just means that you don't need the rudder...

    It just means that you don't need the rudder entries. There should be keyboard keys to slew in yaw. And if all else fails, you can go into the Controls menu choices and set things individually,...
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