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  1. Sorry if this is a stupid question, On top of that, assume you still need to purchase firewall forward, Rotax 912?
  2. Couldn't find this posted here before. I've always been fascinated with cockpits, came across this link showing a bunch of USAF virtual cockpits if anyone may be interested, especially enjoy the SR71 pilot and RSO cockpits https://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Visit/Virtual-Tour/Cockpit360/
  3. This is a sensible answer..... But I just want one OK, On a Hornet STOL. With Fat tires! So I can pretend I'm Pilatus Porter and do cool stuff.. and never look at a the spreadsheet to see where the money is going, then aviation is fun
  4. Crazy Taxi..? Axel (recognised the car but had to google the character name...)
  5. A single seater is sounding more and more like a good idea....
  6. I love how you can mingle and walk up directly to the aircraft... Meanwhile in Australia, actual photo of CASA installing "safety" barriers at an airshow..
  7. I've been following the build on his channel, that Wilga is a beast. Good on him.
  8. Welcome, love the Bathawk. What Engine are they using now that the Jabiru CamIT version is no longer available?
  9. mAgNeToDrOp

    Air box hot

    I thought the 914 was just a turbocharged 912 (80 hp) ? giving it about 115hp
  10. Makes me think they want to see what happens with the self declared (raaus) medical and 760kgs , then 1500 kgs. Any issues and their casa butts are covered, that’s what it’s all about in the end... no fingers pointing at moi..
  11. Gotta love the passenger brief, . ( Link ) Brief each passenger ( or legal Guardian ) as follows: "(a) the person does not hold a standard medical certificate required for private pilots; (b) the person holds a CASA-issued certification that the person meets a lower medical standard, and that permits use of the person’s private pilot licence subject to conditions; © the lower medical standard is based on the medical standards applicable to commercial drivers’ licences; (d) the person is carrying the person’s medical certificate, and a statement of the applicable conditions, for inspection by a passenger or a guardian of a passenger."
  12. Meanwhile in UK, Canada, NZ? ....CASA is stuck in the dark ages. Can't even fly a 172 out in the sticks without a safety pilot (T1 Diabetes), but in UK I can be a commercial Airline pilot. I give up..
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