Not enough aircraft will be equipped at the original deadline In an interesting but not unexpected move last week (april 22, 2020) the European Commission and EASA published an amendment to Implementing Regulation EU No 1207/2011 that effectively delays the … Read more
Dusting off the FAA takeoff safety training aid I teach Aircraft Performance for commercial pilots (ATPL) and the question that ALWAYS comes when we talk about V1 is: What if something happens after V1 and the runway is long enough … Read more
Records are breaking July 25, 2019 It is high summer in Europe with record-breaking temperatures (again) today.Also we are seeing record-breaking ranges on LORA trackers. This is one of my gps-nodes on the Things network that rides along in a … Read more
There is no cloud, it’s just someone else’s computer This catchphrase is becoming more popular lately. Why? Because it’s not just about storing your data in Dropbox, or handing over all your images to Google for the convenience of it.Need … Read more
Here’s an interesting video that was brought to my attention today by a Captain from India. On Feb 16th 2017, Jet Airways’ flight 9W-118 from Mumbai (India) to London Heathrow failed to make contact with German ATC after being handed over from … Read more
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