Yesterday, my attention was drawn to a recent legal judgement detailing how Transport Canada had wrongly interpreted its own regulations and handing a small but significant victory to aircraft owners and operators. If you’re one, or if you’re planning on taking a flight test any time soon you’ll want to read this.
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Suppose you wanted to learn the piano. And your piano teacher said that they were going to teach you one note per lesson: today, we’ll learn middle C. Tomorrow, maybe an E♭; the lesson after that will be on an F♯. And at the end of being taught all 88 notes on the keyboard, you’ll be able to play the piano.
Doesn’t that seem a funny way to learn a musical instrument?
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Today I added some survival equipment to the baggage compartment of FLYO.
Those aircraft owners who are involved (as much as is permitted) in the maintenance of their own aircraft might be interested in a case that came before the Transport Appeal Tribunal of Canada (TATC) in June 2018.