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    Arm-Chair QB judgementalism:

    Lots of foreground clutter
    Bad focus
    Touchdown to the left of the dashed white line
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3WE View Post
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/small-pla...040351119.html

    Arm-Chair QB judgementalism:

    Lots of foreground clutter
    Bad focus
    Touchdown to the left of the dashed white line

    Somehow I think you would find fault in an orgasm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoeingBobby View Post
    Somehow I think you would find fault in an orgasm!
    Somehow, I think you would find humor in sarcasm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3WE View Post
    Somehow, I think you would find humor in sarcasm.
    Never quite sure with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3WE View Post
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    Arm-Chair QB judgementalism:

    Lots of foreground clutter
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    Touchdown to the left of the dashed white line
    And lane change without signalling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    And lane change without signalling.
    Indeed!
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    Yeah but he did fly under an overpass!

    It must be true because the Internet said so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    And lane change without signalling.
    And immediately after that violation a police car pursued him and pulled him over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    And immediately after that violation a police car pursued him and pulled him over.
    According to the FAR's what five documents must be present (and the mnemonic word to remember them). (Not that a traffic cop would know, need or ask for them)

    I am not sure that this includes one's pilots certificate/license and logbook. (ATLCrew flamming in order)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3WE View Post
    According to the FAR's what five documents must be present (and the mnemonic word to remember them). (Not that a traffic cop would know, need or ask for them)

    I am not sure that this includes one's pilots certificate/license and logbook. (ATLCrew flamming in order)
    Do you really think you are required to carry your log book? You are not even required to carry the aircraft logbook!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoeingBobby View Post
    Do you really think you are required to carry your log book? You are not even required to carry the aircraft logbook!
    Well, you're sort of required to carry your log book if you want it to be handy to enter data into it...so as to what the FAR's say...not sure it matters that much in this instance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3WE View Post
    Well, you're sort of required to carry your log book if you want it to be handy to enter data into it...so as to what the FAR's say...not sure it matters that much in this instance.

    Not only are you NOT required to CARRY your logbook, you would be a fool to do so. If something were to happen to it ( loose, stolen etc.) it is basically irreplaceable. Do you think that an international airline pilot carries his/her logbook around with them on flights? Even the aircraft logs are not required to be kept in the aircraft for the same reasons!

    The only documents that the airman is required to have in his possession are licence, medical and FCC radio operators certificate. And that is only if the aircraft has a radio in it. If I am out flying my Cub, which has no electrical system at all in it, I don't even have to carry that. Aircraft have their own set of documents that are required and that depends on the type of equipment installed and the type of operations being flown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoeingBobby View Post
    Even the aircraft logs are not required to be kept in the aircraft for the same reasons!
    Atlas flies without the AML?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATLcrew View Post
    Atlas flies without the AML?
    "and that depends on the type of equipment installed and the type of operations being flown". I was pretty sure it was a high winged Cessna we were talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoeingBobby View Post
    "and that depends on the type of equipment installed and the type of operations being flown". I was pretty sure it was a high winged Cessna we were talking about.
    Oh, so we are talking high wing Cessnas?

    Seems to me I can think of three really solid reasons you might want your logbook on a light aircraft, but I'll defer to the 50K hours that the presence of a logbook makes me a fool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3WE View Post
    Oh, so we are talking high wing Cessnas?

    Seems to me I can think of three really solid reasons you might want your logbook on a light aircraft, but I'll defer to the 50K hours that the presence of a logbook makes me a fool.
    You made a blanket statement, sigh. ATL is talking about the aircraft maintenance log that is required to be carried on a transport category aircraft for every flight. You are talking about the PILOT's personal logbook. Yes if you are going to get instruction and the instructor is going to be making an entry in your log, you are going to be carrying your log book. Part 91 aircraft are NOT required to have the AIRCRAFT logs carried in them, just available for an FAA inspector. That means you can have them at home, or in the case of a flight school, in the office.


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