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  1. Well where is the regulation about contacting the...

    Well where is the regulation about contacting the local airport?

    What does the statement about enforcement action have to do with notifying airports? Besides they have now lost at least two court...
  2. No I do not agree with that. It's just not me. ...

    No I do not agree with that. It's just not me. The NTSB judge said that there are no present FAA regulations that apply to model aircraft. Or at least not that applied to the Pirker case. ...
  3. The only regulations the FAA may be able to apply...

    The only regulations the FAA may be able to apply are the regulations for obstructing airspace. IE don't fly in front of planes. Part 91 specifically says that it applies to all on board the...
  4. I see no harm in playing devils advocate. ...

    I see no harm in playing devils advocate. Especially when the FAA likely has better lawyers. Best not to be suprised by any arguements they may make.
  5. I think we are seeing eye to eye on this now. I...

    I think we are seeing eye to eye on this now. I can't believe this. Something is wrong!:confused:
  6. Yes, but the law does not define it and for...

    Yes, but the law does not define it and for techical people a visual line of sight is an imaginary line determined visually, possibly with optics. The AMA rules redifine this and the law does not. ...
  7. No such case I am simply saying it is the intent...

    No such case I am simply saying it is the intent of Congress to follow the CBO rules since they did not even bother to define VLOS and the literal defination is simply an imaganary line determined...
  8. Sure does, but that was not in the law, that is...

    Sure does, but that was not in the law, that is from the AMA rules.
  9. That's what I thought but some of the airports...

    That's what I thought but some of the airports are already grounding clubs as I understand.
  10. Well without defining VLOS it means you can fly...

    Well without defining VLOS it means you can fly the plane to the next galaxy if you keep an unbroken visual line of sight. The AMA defined what they meant by VLOS but Congress did not. But then...
  11. I'm afraid I do not understand. The FAA did not...

    I'm afraid I do not understand. The FAA did not quantify if the pilot was manipulating the controls continuously, so he can hand over the controls for a time. Did you understand that?
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    It would seem a waste. But I see now it is not...

    It would seem a waste. But I see now it is not an Intruder. They are mid wing and that is shoulder wing. Other than that it does look a lot like the old Intruder pattern plane.
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    I am going on actual numbers of flying planes. I...

    I am going on actual numbers of flying planes. I believe passenger miles are up due to the fast flying jets. But small single engine and possible twin engine are way down. I doubt you would notice...
  14. Working with contractors and the tricks they do...

    Working with contractors and the tricks they do to get out of work by their interpretation of the specifications. Believe me if you do not use the word continously or otherwise quantify how often he...
  15. Neoprene would work as well, might even last...

    Neoprene would work as well, might even last longer. But you won't be able to see the fuel chuging through.
  16. Which is what the instructor is doing when he...

    Which is what the instructor is doing when he switch's the trainer switch and takes over, the same with full scale when you take over the controls. I don't see the word continously in that...
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    Why are they launching an Intruder pattern plane...

    Why are they launching an Intruder pattern plane from a rail?
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    Not so much now, very few private planes flying...

    Not so much now, very few private planes flying today except for the biz jets.
  19. It may well end up that way but not on your say...

    It may well end up that way but not on your say so, and the FAA seems to be leaning against that.
  20. Ok I missed that. But just the same they allow...

    Ok I missed that. But just the same they allow them to fly in the NSA with only the manufactures rules yet they do not reconize them as a CBO.
  21. I was not distraught, you and others went ape...

    I was not distraught, you and others went ape when I pointed out that in engineering and per dictionaries, and per english language rules and syntax the word simply means an imaginary line sighted...
  22. I disagree. If using a buddy box the PIC is still...

    I disagree. If using a buddy box the PIC is still PIC by virtue of having control of the training button or switch. In full scale you can let your passenger take control but that does not make them...
  23. Only a few days left to make comments to the...

    Only a few days left to make comments to the interpretation, not sure if I made as detailed comment about the 5 mile rule as I should have. Can you make additional comments?
  24. It is not a requirement so most won't go and...

    It is not a requirement so most won't go and those not in the AMA will never know these rules. Making up a bunch of new rules will not in and of itself, solve anything.
  25. Just posing a question. But can an enthusiast be...

    Just posing a question. But can an enthusiast be commercial as well? IMO the AMA is stepping out of bounds but the bylaws do not say specifically that their is no commercial activities. But to say...
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