Type: Posts; User: Gern_Blanston
This ^^^ :thumbup::thumbup:
Much smaller numbers, of course, but our 7X grosses out at 70,000# and holds 32,000# of fuel, which is 45%.
Empty weight is about 35,000.
This ^^^ :banghead:
Every time I see a pic of the front end of the B-2, I think of this:
Hopefully the program will go smoothly, you know,
like the F-35. :rolleyes:
Well it IS a pretty crappy airplane:
Over budget, underperfoming, and, oh yeah... Late Late Late.
I was always partial to these, also:
And a resounding "Yes" on the Missile With a Man in It.
If my friend Wayne is correct, and heaven is like 4 dozen Udvar-Hazy museums
and you get a library card, Day One of the afterlife...
Basically, most any single-seat jet from the '40s.
They still cared about looks, so curves and fillets and, I believe, a little because-it-looks-right engineering:
Single Mustang... Twin Mustang... Cool either way:
We fly with landing lights on (pulsing in the airplanes that have that mode) any time we're below 18,000 feet in the jets, where we might encounter VFR traffic.
I use the landing lights on little...
Who doesn't?!? :laugh:
Theoretically, any operator hauling people or stuff for hire has to have an air carrier certificate.
gr8 is correct. No flight plan is required for non-commercial VFR flights.
Commercial operations are generally required to file FAA light plans OR
have some sort of in-house flight tracking...
Awesome, Kelly. Love the pic of Kyle and Hoover.:thumbup:
Yeah, sadly I think we all have something in common with those who drive about with their foglights on when it's not foggy.