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I’ve been looking into getting my pilot’s certificate in Canada. I’ve heard it’s easier for pilots who already have a FAA certificate, which I do, but I haven’t found any guidance. Where can I find some information?
You’re a commercial airplane single-engine land rated pilot and you are working towards earning a rotorcraft private pilot certificate. You’re coming up on the expiration of your last flight review and you want to give the FAA WINGS program a try. Can you fulfill your flight review requirement by utilizing your rotorcraft training to complete a phase of the WINGS program?
You’re planning a flight down the east coast of Florida to Key West. Everything is proceeding well with your planning until you get to Miami’s Class B airspace. You did this flight years ago and Miami approach was overloaded and couldn’t take you on as VFR traffic to transit their airspace. So you ended up flying through the two alert areas and over some less-than-favorable terrain to the west of MIA to avoid the class B airspace. You want to avoid this if possible, but you ... more
It’s that time of the month again, time to update your panel mounted GPS database. Every 28 days or so you go out to the airport, pull the data card out of your GPS, drive home, update it, and drive back to the airport to replace it in the GPS. After doing this you’re all done, right? This doesn’t need to be entered into the aircraft logs, or does it?