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Good grief REX, FSX and Horizon, Bristol Channel
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Posted by Wycliffe
Jan 16, 2009
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GA Fly-ins / Re: GA Flightplan for April 23rd - Isle of Man to Inverness
« Last post by nafez on Fri, 19 Apr 2019, 23:27:06 »
Pilot.....Nafez
C/S......G NNAA
A/C......??
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GA Fly-ins / Re: GA Flightplan for April 23rd - Isle of Man to Inverness
« Last post by SAM G-BMSF on Fri, 19 Apr 2019, 12:03:21 »
Pilot SAM
A/C Piper Cherokee.
C/S G-BMSF
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GA Fly-ins / GA Flightplan for April 23rd - Isle of Man to Inverness
« Last post by Mac@Bath on Wed, 17 Apr 2019, 23:23:44 »
A “simple” flight this week….
 
You are delivering BBC Corporate Executives to a “Spot the Nessie” away-day.   They are SOOOOO important, that for insurance purposes, they must not travel together on a cheap package air ticket.   We will thus ALL be chartered for collecting & carrying three passengers in our Manx tax-efficient VIP craft – collecting one passenger from each of the three en-route stops.

It needs to be an early morning dawn departure, with fair weather, but increasingly cloudy, which should require some skilful VERY low-level  slow flying, northbound, up Loch Ness and an (essential) IMC arrival into Inverness.
 
Winds ‘slight’ from 090, but ‘changeable’.   QNH will remain 1013.
Information ALPHA.   Tower opens for rapid off blocks from EGNS at 05:30 hrs (1930 r/wt)
 
EGNS – Isle of Man:   Assemble @ S/W apron (gates 1-11)    Active runway 08 via Alpha/Bravo
EGPK – Prestwick:      Active is Rwy 13.    ILS frequency 110.30, joining Right base
EGPF – Glasgow:        Active is Rwy 05.   ILS frequency 110.10, straight-in.
EGPH - Edinburgh:      Active Rwy 06.   ILS frequency 108.90, straight-in.
 
Beware of some (reasonably) high mountains (~3,500ft) en-route to Fort Augustus, but plan for rapid descent on turning to 045 for traversing length of Loch Ness.
Call your position inbound at mid Loch.   
If busy or congested, then expect to be given a “Hold” overhead Dores VRP or Loch Ashie, prior to being called forward for IMC arrival (Vectors) at….

EGPE – Inverness:    Active Rwy 05 with ILS Arrival on 108.50 or NDB on 109.20.
 
Enjoy the flight.
B.   8)
 
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The Kitchen / Re: Flying the "Pattern" in a t-6 Texan II
« Last post by SAM G-BMSF on Wed, 17 Apr 2019, 20:29:19 »
Interesting and imformative video
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GA Fly-ins / Re: GA Flight for 16.04.2019 Remembering Titanic
« Last post by nafez on Tue, 16 Apr 2019, 16:15:31 »
Route 2.
NNAA
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GA Fly-ins / Re: GA Flight for 16.04.2019 Remembering Titanic
« Last post by nafez on Tue, 16 Apr 2019, 16:14:19 »
Pilot.....Nafez
C/S.......GNNAA
A/C.......Beechcraft Duke B60


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The Kitchen / Flying the "Pattern" in a t-6 Texan II
« Last post by TeXXasAl on Tue, 16 Apr 2019, 15:58:44 »
A very good video, which explains not only the "WHAT" to do, but the "WHY" to do it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuhStmbUccE

regards

Al
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GA Fly-ins / Re: GA Flight for 16.04.2019 Remembering Titanic
« Last post by JMS on Tue, 16 Apr 2019, 11:41:29 »
Pilot: John Sharman.
A/C: Beechcraft Duke B60.
Call-sign: G-ANME.
Route 2 (Short)
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GA Fly-ins / Re: GA Flight for 16.04.2019 Remembering Titanic
« Last post by Pete Allnutt on Tue, 16 Apr 2019, 07:56:37 »
Pilot     : Pete A
Call sign : GSPCA
Aircraft : C185 Tundra
Shorter route for me
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GA Fly-ins / Re: GA Flight for 16.04.2019 Remembering Titanic
« Last post by Pete N on Tue, 16 Apr 2019, 07:04:29 »
Pilot - P Norton
Call sign - G-EGVN
Aircraft - beechcraft Duke turbine
Route 1
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