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  1. If you do I'd be interested in hearing a few stories and ask a few questions .. PM me if you like
  2. Does anybody have a pdf version of a 355N POH they're willing to share? Would appreciate it. cheers +M
  3. Premier Helicopters out of Pitt Meadows (when they were operating) did 100h of Airtime. Clock started just before lifting the collective. I wonder if TC has to void licenses if they keep going the way they're going as lots of commercial pilots will not have 'valid' licenses?
  4. SD2 = B2 with LTS101-700 Series SD1 = BA/B1 with LTS101-600 Series (not very common)
  5. Completely agree, it's great for the 'hours flown / time' limits .. however it doesn't tell you when your next day off will have to be or how many days off you've had in the last so many days etc. .. Apparently you can run a report and see whether you have or have not breached a rule, but there is nothing on the RADAR that tells you whether you've had enough days off .. I had contacted Coradine regarding this and they agreed they didn't have the capabilities .. Which again, is very unfortunate
  6. I see ... thanks for the info .. do I know who you are? Otherwise the beer thing will get difficult :punk: however .. LogTenPro still doesn't do what e.g. FLTDUTY does .. as in, prompt you of impending CARs breaches etc .. What you're saying is you have to run a report and then figure out whether you're still within limits, right? I wished the guy from FLTDUTY would get together with the peops from Corradine and they figured that out .. now THAT would be sweet
  7. Does it though? Was there an update that I missed? Last time I checked there was no way of tracking "days free from duty" .. Can you elaborate?
  8. I vote MMike for moderator, WHO'S WITH ME????
  9. Sincerest condolences to the family, RIP +M
  10. matsgone, like I said, we've had this issue in the past where the overspeed test resulted in a decel and / or shutdown. we traced the flaw back to a faulty control box. May I suggest you contact the provider of your conversion kit. Who knows, maybe there's a revision on the box or a firmware update or what have you. PM me if you want more details.
  11. I've heard about something like that and believe the fault lay in the overspeed control box. I'm not 100% on the details, but I believe there was a flaw in the hardware programming.
  12. emphasis on 'taste' of the North .. not the full meal deal
  13. good place to jump in .. I would concur that getting the finances in place is highly advisable .. luckily we Canadians are in a fortunate position to have the oilsands in our country .. if you truly want to make money, and fast, pay a visit to Fort McMurray .. there are lots of jobs around, for each and everyone (quite amazing actually) and the pay ranges from good to absolutely amazing (careful you don't get stuck cuz the money is so good, or get depressed when going back into aviation and making aviation pay two birds with one stone, you get a taste of the North too!
  14. baaaaahahahah .. Ryan, priceless ...
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