Discussion in 'Member Announcements' started by Roger Roger, Nov 21, 2017.
Added the ATPSEL in FlightSafety’s PC12 sim.
If you can pass an instrument checkride you can pass an ATP ASEL checkride
Ha, just gotta keep the LOC/GS inside the donut on the hand flown no flap ILS and do an engine out and air work and you’re pretty much right!
I got mine in the Caravan.....haven't really used it but it looks good on the cert. (at least that's what I WANT to believe)
Here’s how I envision the hand-flown ILS to 1800 rvr in the van.
-intercept glide slope, flaps 10, trim and power for 90 kts
-set dh bug for 200’
-wake up when dh tone sounds
Probably mentioned before, but I have a logbook entry with two approaches and one landing in a Van at MCO.
First approach went as you describe, up until my approach clearance got cancelled at around FAF with a 90 degree turnoff and climb instructions due to 767 behind me.
I think that was about the last approach I flew below big boys Vref.
Fortunately in the dial-a-disaster box you can fly at any safe speed that is comfortable.
As to the question? That and 4 bucks will get you a coffee at Starbucks.
Pretty much. At this point I’m not sure why ATPSEL is even a thing but whatevs.
I think the max bank angle for steep turns is lower so you've got that going for you
Atp SES and MES are where it's at
That's what all the cool kids are doing:
You've been busy in the last 120 days
Actually, it isn't even as exciting as this.
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