EAA IMC Club Nashua Chapter Virtual Meeting TONIGHT
james.d.carlson at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 14:25:27 EST 2021
The February EAA IMC Club Nashua Chapter Meeting is scheduled for
tonight at 1830L (6:30PM EST) via WebEx conference call.
Items planned for tonight's meeting:
- Boston ATC
- Pilot Workshop Scenario (Wrong Way Out Of Ramona)
- Question Of The Month
- Insert your item here (suggestions wanted)
You can participate from an Apple or Android mobile device via free apps:
If you use one of these mobile apps, the meeting number is 126 887 2530.
You can also connect directly from a desktop computer:
If you can't get audio for some reason, or don't have a mobile device or
computer, you can also dial in to participate:
+1 (408) 418-9388
Access code: 126 887 2530
I'll open up the meeting room at 6PM, so if you want to arrive early and
have a disorganized chat, as we usually do, or to test your equipment,
feel free to do so. The real meeting begins at 6:30PM with a
question-and-answer session featuring two special guests from Boston ATC.
Afterwards, we'll continue with this month's scenario, entitled "Wrong
Way Out Of Ramona."
Here is the Question Of The Month from Radek:
The KEWB ILS or LOC RWY 5 approach procedure notes include these two
AutoPilot coupled approach NA below 470.
#RVR 1800 authorized with use of FD or AP or HUD to DA
These seem to conflict. The first says that you can't use a coupled
AP all the way down to DA, the second says that you have to if you
want to land with RVR 1800. Why is it like that? Which one is true?
Will you miss this month's meeting? If so, please consider attending
Steve Cunningham's EAA IMC Club Manchester Chapter Meeting at 1830L on
Tuesday, February 16th, 2021. Both meetings are
sponsored by National Flight Simulator.
Here are the Manchester (not Nashua!) Zoom meeting details:
Meeting ID: 847 0635 2017
+1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
+1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
+1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)
+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
Please contact George Brome <george at gbflying.com> if you need help with
the Manchester meeting.
Either meeting qualifies for 1 WINGS credit as "Basic Knowledge." You
can sign up in advance for the Nashua meeting here:
and the Manchester meeting here:
Hope to see you then.
James Carlson 42.703N 71.076W <carlsonj at workingcode.com>
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