King School does not teach this

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King School does not teach this

Postby Atrosa » Sun Sep 29, 2019 10:38 pm

So i have made it throught most of the sections of the King Schools online traing and nowhere have I seen anything about Chem Trails. When am I going to learn about how and when to deploy Chem Trails? Does the CFI cover this?

Also is the a switch or is it altitude triggered?

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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby TimTaylor » Sun Sep 29, 2019 10:53 pm

Have you started taking flying lessons yet?
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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby Scooper » Mon Sep 30, 2019 4:51 am

Uh, Google "chemtrails." Nothingburger.
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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby drseti » Mon Sep 30, 2019 6:06 am

To learn all about chemtrails, you'll have to fly into Area 51.
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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby Type47 » Mon Sep 30, 2019 9:58 am

That comes in the advanced training.
Along with the Earth is really flat lesson.
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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby Wm.Ince » Mon Sep 30, 2019 3:02 pm

drseti wrote:To learn all about chemtrails, you'll have to fly into Area 51.

Actually, you really don't have to go that far.
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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby Atrosa » Tue Oct 01, 2019 11:15 am

TimTaylor wrote:Have you started taking flying lessons yet?


Nope. Jeremy and I are in need of a plane. The only LSA i know of to rent in CT is a J3 cub and I don't have the desire or proper moustache that curls around to fly one of those.

I will still buy one if the right one comes around. I heard that Phil Smith at windham airport is working on a deal with an LSA manufacturer to be a representative. I don't want to disclose publicly which manufacturer as it is not finalized. I'm waiting to see what happens. In the meantime I will knock out the written test.

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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby TimTaylor » Tue Oct 01, 2019 11:29 am

There's nothing wrong with a Piper J3. I have a bunch of hours in one, including a seaplane rating. Those hours will count when you finally purchase something else.
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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby nub_pilot » Tue Oct 01, 2019 3:29 pm

I also started my King training, but don't plan on taking the test until I have a solid plan of plane and instructor setup because once you take the written a 2 year timer starts. if you don't finish in that time, you will have to take the exam over again.

I had a meeting with the owner of the Cub, which is also my instructor. I am just a bit outside the weight limit for the Cub and having a hell of a time getting below the limit. I have heard that some folks at Chester (KSNC) are looking to start an LSA chapter in which they are possibly looking to start with a Champ. Don't know anything and this is way early for any details. Also Mike (owner of the Cub) is also looking at alternatives for rental and training through the Chester Charter (possible lease back from an owner). All is too early to tell.

Tony, I am interested in learning about the Windham deal, they used to have an LSA there also but apparently sold it. That would be perfect if they had something to rent and train out of (30min from home).

There is also a lot of unknown being thrown around with regards to the changes to the LSA limitations. Spoke with a gentleman from MI who Involved in the changes and stated that they are about 18 months away from finalizations. He stated that a lot of "other" planes could become LSA eligible.

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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby drseti » Tue Oct 01, 2019 5:04 pm

nub_pilot wrote: I have heard that some folks at Chester (KSNC) are looking to start an LSA chapter in which they are possibly looking to start with a Champ.


If you're too heavy for the Cub, you'll have the same problem with a Champ. Both have 1220 pound max gross, and empty weight of both is between 790 and 820 pounds.
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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby Atrosa » Tue Oct 01, 2019 5:25 pm

Hey Jeremy give Phil a call. http://learn2flyct.com/

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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby Atrosa » Tue Oct 01, 2019 7:01 pm

Hey Jeremy give Phil a call. http://learn2flyct.com/

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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby Atrosa » Tue Oct 01, 2019 7:03 pm

drseti wrote:
nub_pilot wrote: I have heard that some folks at Chester (KSNC) are looking to start an LSA chapter in which they are possibly looking to start with a Champ.


If you're too heavy for the Cub, you'll have the same problem with a Champ. Both have 1220 pound max gross, and empty weight of both is between 790 and 820 pounds.


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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby TimTaylor » Tue Oct 01, 2019 7:47 pm

Those are both great airplanes. I would love to own either.
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Re: King School does not teach this

Postby nub_pilot » Wed Oct 02, 2019 2:46 pm

Atrosa wrote:Hey Jeremy give Phil a call. http://learn2flyct.com/


I'll reach out to him and see what the plan are. thank for the info.


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