EAA IMC Club Nashua Chapter Meeting TONIGHT

James Carlson carlsonj at workingcode.com
Wed Apr 11 08:52:57 EDT 2018

Yes, I know we're in the middle of Sun-n-Fun week.  If you're in
Lakeland now, please consider going to Steve's IMC Club meeting in
Manchester when you return.  The new meeting room in Manchester is large
and comfortable.

The April EAA IMC Club Nashua Chapter Meeting is scheduled for
tonight at 1830L (6:30PM) at the Nashua Airport, 93 Perimeter
Road, Nashua, NH 03063.


Questions?  Comments?  Concerns?  Please send them to Jim Carlson
<carlsonj at workingcode.com>.

Items planned for tonight's meeting:

  - Pilot Workshop Scenario (Clear as New York Snow)
  - When Does It Say "No PT?"
  - Question Of The Month
  - Insert your item here (suggestions wanted)

Here's the Question Of The Month (don't reply now; come ready to discuss
at the meeting):

  You are at KOWD (Norwood, MA), holding short of runway 17. Your
  take-off clearance is “fly runway heading, cleared for take-off.”
  You set your heading bug to 170. Is that correct? Will it work if you
  are at KICT (Wichita, KS) and you set 320 had you been holding short
  of runway 32 and received the same clearance? If you had a strong
  crosswind would you correct to “fly” the runway extended centerline?

Will you miss tonight's meeting?  If so, please consider attending
Steve Cunningham's EAA IMC Club Manchester Chapter Meeting at 1830L on
Tuesday, April 17th 2018 in Suite 103, Ammon Center, 175 Ammon Dr.,
Manchester, NH 03103.  Both meetings are sponsored by National Flight


Either meeting qualifies for 1 WINGS credit as "Basic Knowledge."  You
can sign up in advance for the Nashua meeting (until 4PM) here:


and the Manchester meeting here:


Long range planning: August's meeting will be one week late.

James Carlson         42.703N 71.076W         <carlsonj at workingcode.com>

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