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Pilot Briefing

Pilot Magazine | Feb 01, 2007

Have your own 'Personal Blimp' A Massachusetts company does not claim to have invented the hot air airship, but it does want to provide, among other things, something more spiritual: air therapy. By combining the best of what powered and lighter-than-air technology has to offer, Skyacht Aircraft Inc.

Pilots

Pilot Magazine | Oct 01, 2005

Kate Board never really wanted to be a blimp pilot — at least not at first. "I didn't even know what a blimp was," she admits.

Test Pilot

Pilot Magazine | Apr 01, 2005

GENERAL A pilot is flying an un-pressurized airplane at 11,000 feet msl. He opens a thermos bottle that had been filled at sea level with hot coffee and is immediately blasted with injurious steam.

Test Pilot

Pilot Magazine | Feb 01, 2003

What was the first airplane to have interconnected controls (roll and yaw control combined)?

Test Pilot

Pilot Magazine | Oct 01, 2000

GENERAL Provide two reasons why it usually is more advantageous during VFR flight to lower the nose and increase airspeed when flying through a downdraft than it is to add power and attempt to maintain altitude. What is the Goldfish Club? Under what circumstances should a pilot start an engine with the fuel valve in the Off position? The empty weight and CG of an airplane must be recalculated whenever items are installed or removed.

Test Pilot

Pilot Magazine | Nov 01, 1999

GENERAL A nonrigid airship maintains its shape because of the gas pressure within its envelope. It has no internal structure.

Pilots

Pilot Magazine | Nov 01, 1998

Let's say that you want to write an adventure novel about flying and need a name for the leading character. Can't use Jack Ryan; that's already been taken by Tom Clancy.

Flying the Bag

Pilot Magazine | Jan 01, 1997

The collective weirdness of the day's flying experience finally catches up with me when things slow down and, then, quite literally stop. At first I smile and then start to laugh.

Pilot Briefing

Pilot Magazine | Aug 01, 1996

FAA's top brass leaving The FAA's chief of regulation and certification, Tony Broderick, has retired in the aftermath of investigations into the crash of a ValuJet airliner in Florida. Contributing to his decision was a pending proposal to split the branch he now heads, creating separate regulation and certification offices.

Test Pilot

Pilot Magazine | Jan 01, 1996

GENERAL From reader Robert (Boom) Powell: Pilots, controllers, and mechanics refer to various aircraft by using descriptive nicknames, not all of which are complimentary. Can you name the aircraft to which the following refer?a.