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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Edward Longe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Jul 2009 at 10:44pm
Ok, I have not been  totaly honest about my most memorable experiences, I should of added
1) Not securing the fuel cap on the fuel tanks so we leaked feul.
2) Nearly and I mean about inches from clipping wings with a stationary aircraft while attempting to park.
3) Conpleteing my first NavEx and Land away.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TomA320 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Jul 2009 at 8:05pm
Not securing the fuel cap on the fuel tanks so we leaked feul.
2) Nearly and I mean about inches from clipping wings with a stationary aircraft while attempting to park.
Wow, there quite majour mistakes!  The worst thing I have ever done is forgot to pump the brakes, therefore the aircraft moved forward, but not by too much.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote twright Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Jul 2009 at 9:12pm
Originally posted by Edward Longe Edward Longe wrote:


1) Not securing the fuel cap on the fuel tanks so we leaked feul.
 
Wow that's quite serious!!  My flying instructor would have given me a stern talking to if I did that!
 
 
Originally posted by Edward Longe Edward Longe wrote:

2) Nearly and I mean about inches from clipping wings with a stationary aircraft while attempting to park.
 
I hate parking it!  I've not (yet) had a problem with that, but I manage to clip the wing mirrors of my car when manouvering in tight spaces, so several feet long wings bolted on either side of me it won't be long before I do something!! Embarrassed Confused
 
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If you keep your nose wheel on the line, your wing trips should be safe.

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Admitaly they were quite serious however they were within my firsrt 10 hours, and it gave everyone in the club house a good chuckle!

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Originally posted by CaptCosslett CaptCosslett wrote:

If you keep your nose wheel on the line, your wing trips should be safe.



Depends how big the parking slot is, and how big the aeroplane is you're parking in it.
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Hello ....the piper ZS-JUG you flew in 1977 ....it crashed in August 1979 just outside Greytown ...you wouldn't happen to have any info on this incident or know where I may find some ...my uncle was one of the fatalities that day
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Hello ....the piper ZS-JUG you flew in 1977 ....it crashed in August 1979 just outside Greytown ...you wouldn't happen to have any info on this incident or know where I may find some ...my uncle was one of the fatalities that day
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Hi there.. the piper ZS-JUG you flew in 1977 crashed near greytown in August 1979 on route to Virginia airport from grand central ...would by any chance have any info on the incident or perhaps know where I could find some....my uncle was one of the fatalities that day....
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