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CPL complete

My Commercial Pilot Licence is complete. Through night studying, weekend and after work flying, hard work paid off. As a fully rated CPL(A), ME/IR pilot my professional career gets an additional perspective. Fasten your seat-belts ladies and gentlemen, we’re taking … Continue reading

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AIAA Aviation 2018, Atlanta, GA

Chairing a session in Flight Test Education and Training in AIAA Aviation 2018 participating USAF TPS, Florida Institute of Technology and NASA. An amazing week in Atlanta GA, full of aerospace technology and meets. Some time was spent in the … Continue reading

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Presenting at the 50th European SETP, Turin, IT

A very successful 50th European SETP Symposium took place in Turin Italy. Excellent compilation of papers, distinguished attendees from both Europe and US, meeting of new flight test professionals and old friends, high quality technical tours and an amazing Gala … Continue reading

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The ‘magic number’ of Flight Test

Do you believe in “magic numbers”? Are magic and arithmetics two completely different and by definition uncombined concepts or maybe not? Either ways, there are numbers that in certain disciplines are encountered more often than others. So what would be … Continue reading

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700nm trip

CYQS – CNY3 – CYSB – CYTS – CYSB – CYQS Great experience and adventure flying over the Northern parts of Ontario in a single day X-country trip for CPL requirements (>300nm + return). More than 10hrs solo flt time … Continue reading

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Reviewer Certificate received

Always glad when your efforts are recognized; especially when this is done by one of the world’s major scientific information providers.

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EASA Licence refresher on a Warrior

Some flights logged out of LGMG for an EASA licence refresher. While the Piper PA-28 is performance wise very similar to the other traditional trainer Cessna 172, their flying qualities and general operation experience significant differences, including Flight Control Mechanical … Continue reading

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