I hope that your flight go's well for you jordaNZone and please try to injoy it as I do flying and let us know how you did.
Hey there Normal
I'm not planning anything at the mo , but I know one day I will need to fly as Stu and I have talked about where we would like to visit when Saf's older.
He takes everything in his stride so I haven't mentioned that the thought of flying scares the cr4p out of me , and the thought of having a PA infront of of ppl......don't even go there.
I'm not on any meds , but I think I would ask the doc for something for flying. I know it's prolly mostly anticipatory but it doesn't make it any easier.
What was it like getting to the bathroom - personal Q but this is one of my main concerns after the PAing on everyone. I know when I'm on a train I'm always worried I'm gonna fall on somebody on the way there cos of the trains motion.
Thanks for all the info on the earlier post , I like planning - it totally helps.
Just remenber That your flight team has has gone tought so much trianing and have 1000's of hours logged in from power on full, pulling up hard and stalling the plane as well as power off stalls wear the plane is actally falling down from the sky and then able to control it back to a level fight and on a crosswind landing you will see that the plane is flying with one wing down into the wind (called crabbing into the wind on landing) this tends to keep the plane in line with the runway and at the last point he will level out the plane and point the plane straght with the runway and land, just a few facts to know about how your flight team has been trained.
I have logged over 600 hrs of flying in a small bush plane pa12 piper here in Alaska sometimes useing only a GPS as there are little land marks to fly by and the only really problem I had was on a landing on a small strip and blow out a tire on a rock, had to stuff it with ground moss and what ever I could find to fill the tire up with and deflate the other tire just to take off and land on the airstrip, had to bring it in at a very low speed just before stalling and then flaring it out to land
So please remenber that you are safer in a plane then driving a car
Post Edited (freezinginAK) : 1/24/2007 10:13:14 PM (GMT-7)