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I’m looking ahead for a possible touring trip in the US next year. With the target area in mind (Bahamas, Keys, Exumas etc), I’d be trying to source a twin to do it in. Putting aside the logistics of finding a decent twin available to rent without breaking the bank, I’m just exploring the licensing issues.
I’d be very grateful for hints/suggestions/experiences of a way to obtain an FAA PPL/IR/Multi from my existing EASA ATPL with SEP/IR-SP-ME class/Expired MEP. I don’t mind a trip to the US over winter if required, and I also want to be properly proficient with US rules/procedures so that I’m fully prepared for that type of trip. In the meantime, if there is an additional requirement to validate an EASA to FAA MEP, I’d be looking to try and renew my EASA MEP in the UK such that it could be combined flight check or common examiner.
Any input would be gratefully received.
Good morning Euroga,
Before I loose my sanity I thought that I ought to post here.
I’m trying to renew my nav data subscription for the GNS430W. I used to log on the Jeppesen website, pick up my avionics,
sell a kid and update the GNS monthly using the JDM app and the little blue device.
Apparently Jeppesen got acquired by Boeing recently and their UX designer is either from another planet or I suddenly became blind – I can’t figure out how to purchase a new subscription online.
The closest I’ve found is this reseller: http://www.mypilotstore.com/mypilotstore/secp/304 but it doesn’t seem optimal. Garmin doesn’t have nav data for Europe afaik
Where do you guys source your nav data subscription from?
For lack of a dedicated European group (all of them currently are US focussed), I created a new Facebook group called “Aircraft Sales Europe”.
Please feel free to join, browse or advertise.
Generally speaking, a non turbo plane with a POH ceiling of x feet, and (as with most IFR tourers) does +1000fpm at sea level, it will do +500fpm at x/2 feet.