LSD-744, there to 3BS wrote:Hm. First of all, I feel honored that a man who is longer here than me sits down and takes a few minutes to write a very detailed answer, compared to AA 1818. Thank You.
But there are one or two things that we should not discuss in public!
3) 'Actually, there is such a rule.' I don't ask the Internet to learn how to use a simulator. Either the simulator explains it to me, or I learn it by myself. You probably know Rod Machado (*1953). If you do, you also know his bibliography. I learned how to use a simulator from his first book (2003).
Both of us, we here could publish every single detail of NVFR, which by the way does not really exist in Germany. But an A321 is not flown with NVFR. In Germany, at least you need an IFR license and A321 type rating to see a chance to take off as F/O (A321) now:
0103 am CET - (full darkness, no obstacles can be clearly identified through the window).
And flight hours are helpful, too. A thing that I've discussed with Brian.
PS: We don't ask how old jetphotos seniors are, as I might become one in the new year... But as I mentioned, I've not seen a Piper J3 cub (yob 1947?) live and in colour, as a spotter, in my whole life. So I wasn't aware that it has a cabin and a heating. Thanks for the info.
Fascinating comments. Not sure what it means that I am no longer here. I really do not think I could publish every single detail of NVFR. It is sad that LSD has never ever seen a Piper cub...I hope he does not purchase one after missing the fact that my MSFS cub does have very good climate controls for cold weather flying.