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  1. You failed the google test. Wikipedia let you down as a reliable source It happend to valley helicopters in 1990 http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1345&dat=19900619&id=7rkSAAAAIBAJ&sjid=C_oDAAAAIBAJ&pg=7033,2504600
  2. 23-09-2012 A12P0161: The Boeing Vertol BV107-II helicopter operated by Helifor, was grapple logging in the South Bentinck Arm, in Block 7728, about 23 NM West of Bella Coola. Three painters were working near the bottom of the Block. When the grapple grabbed two logs and the helicopter began to lift the load and fly it off the hill. As the turn (the two logs) was getting airborne, the grapple began to slip and the turn was deemed too heavy, the load was released. The pilot noticed a yellow hard hat directly below the falling logs. One of the two logs, which weighed 8,000 lbs, hit the worker who was wearing a yellow hard hat. Operations were halted and medical evacuation procedures implemented. Faller first aid and assistance was summoned and CPR commenced. Paramedics arrived on scene and CPR was continued for about 15 minutes. The Worker was then pronounced deceased by the paramedic crews.
  3. But i have local Knowledge,,,,, so its OK ..................
  4. Don't forget to sign the AD on the Astar. If the doors are removed the rear seat cushion must be removed.
  5. TCAS rocks, huge safety feature. We have it set to alert at any traffic within 1mile. Its amazing how many times it goes off in the middle of know where.. Only down fall is the other aircraft has to have a transponder or it turned ON. In a circuit with multiple aircraft, its does go off a lot.
  6. Things don't look so rosy. Charting for S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index
  7. Is that a donut style cushion? Im to lazy to google. Just assumed..... Mostly on assumptions.
  8. I get around 8-10hrs of life out of my 296. Usually i run it 50-70% brightness. The battery is 5 years old so i think im on borrowed time. As for garmin, there doomed. They have a stupid business model of locking devices and making everything way to complicated. Smart phones and tablets will kill them. If you own stock in garmin sell it.. Apple does a good job of explaining charge cycles and what they mean. Apple Inc.
  9. This sums up this thread. Since everyone has this so called awesome accountant.
  10. This web forum is the hand that feeds Verticalmag.
  11. Full integration of a digital hobbs meter, coupled with Sat tracking info. Then nobody has any fun. Ever baaahahahahahaha
  12. Verticalmag is private company, and they have the right to sensor what ever they like. With 212's going for less than lawyer, i don't think anyone will be writing more than letters, and stamping there feet in the sand box
  13. Ill just leave this here...... Note section 2 ( CANADIAN CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law: Guarantee of Rights and Freedoms Rights and freedoms in Canada 1. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society. Fundamental Freedoms Fundamental freedoms 2. Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms: (a) freedom of conscience and religion; ( freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication; © freedom of peaceful assembly; and (d) freedom of association.
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