On Thu, 5 May 2005 06:57:16 -0400, "Steve S"
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On Wed, 4 May 2005 22:27:09 -0400, "Steve S"
How about why is an instructor taking a primary student, he doesn't even
have a pp-asel, up in 200- 1/2 with a 0 temp/dew point spread?
Where does it say that a pilot needs a pp-asel in order to take
It's not a question of needing one, just that there is limited benefit, if
any, of instrument instruction to a student still learning basic attitude
flying, navigation etc.
Maybe the student just wanted to see what it was like. Sort of like
folks who take aerobatic rides, glider rides, balloon rides. Limited
benefit? Who can judge?