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Pilot
Because IFR in Germany requires a flight plan and an ATC clearance and you will be under control all the time. I don't think that you will be cleared onto a route that takes you anywhere near to t...
Pilot
I don't think it won't make such a big difference. Most privately owned and operated GA aircraft don't see much usage and many maintenance events are rather necessitated by calendar time than by f...
G ahau sml
The problem with those, at least in the UK, is they would be an unlicensed (and unlicensable) motor vehicle and so not legal to use on public roads. (Personally, I can get my non-folding bike in th...
Tb20 9
None. I have it from this aviation VAT specialist that say a TB20 (French made) was moved around the EU under an internal VAT arrangement, and provided that it was never physically exported and re...
Pilot
Ever done any training or checkrides in a twin? I have not yet flown anything that does not require some amount of crossfeeding after 15-30 minutes of asymmetric flight.
Dscf0390
In France no ATC uses ADS-B except in: Ajaccio due to lack of radar coverage below 4000 ft (I'm not sure if it's operational or for advisory purposes) Remote area such as Tahiti, New caledonia, Fre...
Wp 20140827 001
Ah the joy of learning. My colleague decided to test the weather reports and venture out. Well weather reports correct so I enjoyed a short bimble of the first Island as passenger. But the plus ...