Just kind of a rant here... This morning during AT144 (Private pilot lectures), my instructor mentioned the push for ATP requirements for all 121 pilots. Then some tool yelled out "Will they give us waivers since we're in a college program?!?!". Wow, just wow.... No one here really has a clue about real life.
well then that changed from when UND was looking, because what we were told (instructors) that Piper decided to not make them anymore. i wish we still had pipers too, they are built a lot better than the 172'sNope, I saw recently that they plan on selling a PA-28 with a G1000 for roughly $300,000. Saw it in one of those monthly magazines, thinking it was AOPA.
Its fairly recent. Believe it happened around the same time that Piper got bought out by the company from Singapore, or wherever they are from. I've been looking for the last hour, but haven't been able to find it again. I'll keep looking, and see if I can't find you a linkwell then that changed from when UND was looking, because what we were told (instructors) that Piper decided to not make them anymore. i wish we still had pipers too, they are built a lot better than the 172's
That's very similar in price to any of the "4 place" trainers on the market.300K for a flipping PA-28?
But...but...why would I need SA when I'm flying a shiny jet with a flight director?? Brah, I would fly a jet for free it is so much fun. :rawk:I'm really hoping to get on with RAH and get my hands on that heavy RJ in midwest paint. I am so excited to fly for a mainline!! I have one question about the E190 tho...does anyone know if there is an iPod dock in the flight deck? Thanks in advance!A plane is a plane to a higher time pilot who has flown several types. To a low time SP/PP or low time/no-time dual given CFI they can be very different. Going from Warriors to Cirrus when the instruction is already lackluster is a bonehead move. I feel bad for the kids who will never fly instruments on steam gauges, I have a feeling they're going to lack basic situational awareness skills.