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Amelia Walsh just published an article on AOPA Online about flying to Canada, including the ArriveCan app and the requirement for pre-flight testing, but I'd like to know more details about the arrival procedure.
Before COVID, CBSA rarely actually met your flight upon arrival if you are a small GA aircraft. Is that still true or do they always meet you now to perform COVID formalities? The requirement for a negative test says it must be submitted to the flight ... more
wow! a new Tiger coming a-n-d, the Tom Cruise Top Gun Maverick sequel in the same year....
I've got about 400 hrs time in the 2-place AA-1A TR2, and about 50 hours in the 150hp AA-5 4-seat Traveler. Anybody want to comment on their Tiger aero-experiences ?
If you know of anyone we missed, please comment, THANKS ! AOPA / PIC
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Assuming the former, I can exercise those sport pilot privs with just my driver license, even with an expired medical, right?
Can I use sport pilot privs to "act as PIC" as a safety pilot for another pilot practicing under a hood in VFR? Can I ... more
Just to let you know...
You CAN equip your plane with ADSB in AND out for less than $2000!
I am on the low end of the ownership spectrum and simply could not afford more. My goal was to fully equip for less than $2000 and that is what I did...you can too.
-Obtained a uAvionix certified (TSO'd) TAILBEACON for $1790 which fit right into my tail-light on my 1977 Cessna 150M.
-Obtained a STRATUX ADSB-in ... more