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TSO Confusion

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lcanning created the topic: TSO Confusion

Hi Team. Hope this message finds you well well.

Im just up to page 155 in the IREX book and I have found myself quite confused.

For IFR transport I am told that Two RNAV/GNSS Receivers (Other Than TSO 129) can be used, however across the page on 155 in the example questions we are given a scenario where two TSO 129's are being used but this doesn't seem to be an issue at all as the actual problem with the questions is the state of the weather not the GNSS that the aircraft is using. Can anyone help explain this to me.

Thanks Team.

Kind Regards
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Stuart Tait replied the topic: TSO Confusion

Is this the question your refering to?


We amended that question because it used to refer to 2 TSO 129's to avoid that issue.



From our Errata page www.bobtait.com.au/updates-and-errata/24-irex-errata
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lcanning replied the topic: TSO Confusion

Hi Stuart.

Yes that is correct, my book reads two TSO 129's

Awesome stuff.

So to just confirm. you cannot fly with 2 TSO 129's but you can fly with just one. Correct ?
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Stuart Tait replied the topic: TSO Confusion

No you can't, if an TSO 129 you have to navigate by ground based aids or DR.

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