Author Topic: fuel to air ratio  (Read 11393 times)

airtac

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Re: fuel to air ratio
« Reply #30 on: July 12, 2008, 02:52:55 AM »
I've always learn this is 15:1 and this is what we are teaching to our ATPL students.


yes, but you're in France!

don't you guys have the metric system over there? ? ?
it's gonna be all different, isn't it?!

 ::rofl:: ::rofl:: ::rofl:: ;D ;)


(I see a new Chicken Wings strip in this . . .)

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Offline Mic

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Re: fuel to air ratio
« Reply #31 on: July 13, 2008, 08:12:22 PM »
I've always learn this is 15:1 and this is what we are teaching to our ATPL students.


yes, but you're in France!

don't you guys have the metric system over there? ? ?
it's gonna be all different, isn't it?!

 ::rofl:: ::rofl:: ::rofl:: ;D ;)


(I see a new Chicken Wings strip in this . . .)

Well you're right ! I forgot that a metric ratio is different than a british one !!

It make me remind on comic strip I saw few years ago :

- Weather report from ATC : "horizontal visibility = zero"
- Pilot to tower "Is that in feet or in meter ?"

A good landing allows pilot to walk out
An excellent landing allows the plane to fly again

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Re: fuel to air ratio
« Reply #32 on: July 13, 2008, 09:56:57 PM »
good one!

just read a similar on the other day:


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