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Re: Cross Country Tutorial II - a VFR guide

Postby de profundis » Mon Jul 13, 2015 1:36 pm

sanhozay wrote in Sat Apr 25, 2015 7:28 pm:Note the C337 has a working transponder these days

added in the TODO list for a future update of the document
(cannot tell how soon it will be)
Cross Country Tutorial II - a VFR guide all that's VFR and more...!
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Re: Cross Country Tutorial II - a VFR guide

Postby jharris1993 » Tue Dec 20, 2016 10:17 pm

openflight wrote in Tue Dec 10, 2013 2:41 am:I went through your manual, three comments:

-Very good graphics
-Try to make the language a little more formal
-Cross check all info with a real Flight Instructor if possible

Hope you don't mind the criticism.

That said, the manual is one of the nicest I have seen, good work.

I'll second all of that - except for #2. :wink:

IMHO, it is the lack of stuffy formalism that makes his manual such a jewel. My vote: Keep it that way!

Jim (JR)

p.s. I took a look at the "new" version 3 today, and everything I said in my prior posting applies to this version as well - and then some! I just need to get more bandages for my chin - every time I read his guide I keep banging it on the floor. :lol:
What say ye?

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