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kaz3g

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  1. Early morning is good. Temps hitting mid 30s in Broome this week so hotter inland. Fitzroy Crossing 39 tomorrow.
  2. An example of a CPL who entered foul weather conditions that he knew about beforehand and took his passenger with him.
  3. https://www.atsb.gov.au/publications/investigation_reports/2007/aair/ao-2007-029/
  4. https://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/death-pair-flew-despite-warnings/story-e6frf7kx-1111114089902?sv=f82e3ff6473b6feb64857ad9c06f0c2e
  5. Sorry Turbs but strongly disagree with your generalised statement. Many CPLs have indeed undergone significant extra training and accumulated considerable experience, including in decision-making. But a number haven’t and we read about the consequences. There are also many PPLs, including a few former RPT captains, who have accumulated a lot of the necessary. I likewise accept there is a probably larger number which hasn’t. I think the correct marker for Angel Flight is a sufficient level of training and experience, utilised in a suitably equipped aircraft. The licence doesn’t make the pilot.
  6. kaz3g

    Grob G 109

    The 109 was used extensively for a number of years by the BOM to take weather related measurements http://www.airborneresearch.com.au/pdf/2000 Report Final.pdf lovely to fly...did a few hours in one at Kingaroy many years ago.
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    633 Squadron

    Of course...do you have my card info or do you want me to send it? no, there is a donation coming.
  8. kaz3g

    633 Squadron

    Of course...do you have my card info or do you want me to send it?
  9. kaz3g

    633 Squadron

    Hi Ian put a copy of 633 away for me if available pls and I’ll email my details to you. thanks kaz
  10. Yes but everything is bigger in WA! 🤭
  11. An incredible ending. He had previously been in a 172 but apparently had never conducted a landing. He was uncertain about most of the basics and his radio usage gives a good idea of his novice status. hope it’s a happy ending for all including the instructor who fell ill.
  12. Two lovely birds arrived together...
  13. My mate on Minnie Creek had quite a large hangar for his Aircraft and the Centre trusses were bowed upwards. He commented on this to the former owner who told him a cock-eyed Bob had come through and his previous C172 made a number of attempts to take off inside it. the thermals are big north of the 23rd!
  14. Never mind mate...some people can’t see the wood for the trees, eh?
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