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  1. I just received this email from Eric Bradley. It has come to my attention that the CrossOver software from CodeWeavers will install the Windows application FLTDUTY XLS and its variants on a Mac computer without needing Windows. Up until this time, I have been telling all those who asked that FLTDUTY was not compatible with any Apple product. Apparently, this is not the case! You need to purchase the install utility (from me), then purchase the CrossOver utility from CodeWeavers. You don't need Windows or a separate partition. You can go to their website or contact Andrew Balfour <[email protected]> for help. https://www.codeweavers.com/compatibility/browse/name/?app_id=13541 http://www.fltduty.ca The recent NPA September 2014 from Transport Canada proposes sweeping and significant changes to the CARs and Standards sections on pilot duty time, flight time and rest limits and options. When these proposals become official CARs Amendment, there will be a 24 month implementation period for 702/703 operations. The 704/705 operations will need to have these changes incorporated into their SMS or FRMS immediately. FLTDUTY cannot be modified to accommodate these changes. The FLTDUTY software will be obsolete at the end of the implementation period. I will try to come up with another software program that applies the new rules for 702/703 operations before the end of the 24 month implementation period after the Amendment is officially published. I will not attempt to offer anything for 704/705 SMS or FRMS content. Eric :^)
  2. Would threading the needle also be considered class C ? I watched 2 - AS355's pull over 400km of sock and thread the center phase with a needle on the Northern Transmission Line. All class C. There is a side pull for the AS350 that is working it's way through the Transport approval process at this time. It has been in use in New Zealand for awhile.
  3. I'm curious as to how AS350/355 can pull sockline if this is a restriction?
  4. Here is Eric's info if you would like to contact him directly.He is very helpful with all things related to Flight Duty XLS. Eric Bradley 453 Waterloo Row Fredericton, NB E3B 1Z6
  5. We would like to apologize for any inappropriate content that is listed in the job posting for a ground personal. We encourage all those interested in the position to submit resumes. We are currently trying to have the post ammended. Regards, James Carr Operations Manager Lakelse Air
  6. Freewheel There might be more appropriate ways of bringing these issues to Transport Canada's attention than posting pictures of other operators aircraft on a helicopter forum. I don't disagree that everyone should play on a level playing field but have some couth.
  7. Does anyone have more info on this subject? Are there any 3rd party developers out there yet or is it strictly in house?
  8. As i'm sure that most people in the Canadian helicopter industry have heard, a pilot had a severe emotional breakdown in a camp in Northern BC. The pilot worked for Lakelse Air and is a good friend of mine. He is a high time pilot and very talented on a longline. Before everyone starts judging and contributing to the rumor mill...think about one thing...this could have been a member of your family or good friend.An aircraft was damaged and the pilot is now getting the medical attention he needs. At the end of the day no one was hurt and machines can be repaired. You just never know what you are going to wake up to and the mind is a mysterious thing! Regards James Carr
  9. If you ask Ian from Hytech i think he will be able to help you out.
  10. Just out of curiosity...How do you know it will do more?
  11. Hey Lee...thanks for bringing up our company name in the same post. Have you read CADORS lately? Nobody's perfect
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