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Stumbled upon this question when studying for the ATP written: RTC 8404 PLT124 How does Vne speed vary with altitude? A - Varies directly with altitude. B - Remains the same at all altitudes. C - Varies inversely with altitude. I answered C but my ASA prep book says the correct answer is B. Both Robbies and Schweizers have the Vne / Pressure Altitude chart. Error in the prep book?
I have almost completed all requirements for the ATP helicopter. I'm looking for a CFII with recent experience either signing off an ATP applicant or that has recently achieved the rating. This is a requirement. I have access to an Enstrom 480B with Chelton (GENESYS) EFIS and GNS 430 that I would like to get spooled up on for a few hours and do some ground to get sharpened up on my skills. We should be able to get through it in 2-3 days. I am CFII rated in helicopters and flying regularly. I'm looking at summer 2016 to begin. PM me if interested.
Hi, I am getting ready to retire from the military in the near future and I am curious as to how much is the average pay for someone with an ATP in medium lift helicopters(S70) is or how much the major US companies are paying for these qualifications? Thanks!
I've been in the sand box a while and need some FAR interpretation help. I'm trying to find guidance on a ATP holding a CFI not CFII, teaching instruments in a FTD for a student seeking instrument time for a rating (ATP). The instructor is a former military pilot that use to be an IE (instrument examiner- esseintially the military equivalent of a civilian CFII). Any previous forums or FAA legal interpretation any one can think of? And would he sign the student's log book as CFI or ATP if he were able to teach instruments in the FTD. (Training will be taking place under part 61 not 135).