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A preview of the upcoming Video Lecture Series (14 Mar 2019)

This video is a snippet of the third day of the IREX course and it covers the Provision of Alternates

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Take off and landing charts

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CaseyDwyer created the topic: Take off and landing charts

About to re do my performance exam and am struggling with the cessna charts. Does anyone have any tips/ tricks/ know what I might be doing wrong. I used a 0.5mm pencil, straight ruler etc in my last exam and got a kdr full of charts.
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Swarup replied the topic: Take off and landing charts

Use set square’s for accuracy.

Keep in mind that ARFOR and GPWT etc, all forecast winds are taken to be NIL WIND .

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John.Heddles replied the topic: Take off and landing charts

Suggest you post a couple of scanned completed charts. That way we can see, comment and help .. ?

Engineering specialist in aircraft performance and weight control.
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