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Visually it is difficult for an aircraft pilot to make accurate turns, especially with wind drift.
SKY THE LIMIT: 16-year-old Arran Farqughar has gained his glider pilot and aircraft pilot licences; COME FLY WITH ME: Arran wants to become a commercial pilot
G-induced vestibular dysfunction (GIVD) is a condition well known to aircraft pilots who experience high positive and negative G loads during unlimited-aerobatic competitions and air-show demonstrations.
The body of the light aircraft pilot was recovered on Sunday night, while the bodies of the other four were removed from the wreckage last night.
"They will have to find out whether the light aircraft pilot disobeyed instructions, was given the wrong clearance, or mistakenly did the wrong thing in crossing the active runway."
But light aircraft pilot Mr Gray, who is taking the Transport Security Administration to court, claimed bungling security chiefs have mixed him up with a Hispanic man.
A LIGHT aircraft pilot escaped with "not a mark on him" after making an emergency landing on a main road in Warwickshire.
But light aircraft pilot Gray, who is taking the Transport Security Administration (TSA) to court, claimed bungling security chiefs have mixed him up with a Hispanic man.
In addition to the receipt of the CS300 aircraft type validation awarded by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the first set of six pilots from airBaltic have completed their C Series aircraft pilot initial type rating course, and route-proving exercises with the CS300 aircraft in Europe have been successfully conducted.
A MICROLIGHT aircraft pilot was badly hurt yesterday when his machine smashed through the window of an airport building.
The Vision Center will be the flagship location for all Cirrus Aircraft pilot, owner and customer activities including training, service, support, sales, marketing, delivery, personalization, fixed base operations and more.
The Vision Center will become the flagship location for all Cirrus Aircraft pilot, owner and customer activities including sales, delivery, training, maintenance, support, personalization, fixed base operations and more.
A light aircraft pilot made a safe landing at Ireland's Shannon Airport on Friday (31 December 2004) after a fuel leak drained the aircraft's fuel tank and almost forced him to crash into the Atlantic Ocean.
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