EAA IMC Club Nashua Chapter Meeting TONIGHT and the 17th

James Carlson carlsonj at workingcode.com
Wed Apr 13 10:33:36 EDT 2022

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


Because this meeting is indoors, and the room is not large, vaccination
and masks are recommended.  Please do not attend if you feel ill or have
a recent positive test result.  For those who can't attend in person, a
second virtual meeting will be held on Sunday, April 17th, at 6:30PM EDT
via Zoom:


Without that link, it's meeting ID 357 794 9883 and passcode "5hSjnY"
(without the quotes).

Items planned for tonight's meeting:

  - Pilot Workshop Scenario (Which Heading Out of Harvey)
  - Question Of The Month (EAA and Radek)
  - New FAA "hot spot" symbols
  - Insert your item here (suggestions wanted)

I'll be there by 6PM to open the room, but the real meeting begins at
6:30PM with this month's scenario.  On Sunday, I'll have the Zoom
meeting open at 6PM for those who want to chat or test equipment, and
the meeting starts at 6:30PM EDT.

Here is the Question Of The Month from EAA:

  You are flying the LOC RWY 07 approach to KWST.  You break out of the
  clouds at minimums 2.5 miles DME from I-RLS and can see the airport
  environment.  The wind is 090 at 8 knots.  Should you now begin a
  straight-in descent and landing?  What else can tell you when to start
  your descent?


Here is the Question Of The Month from Radek:

  In the KLNK airport diagram, there are multiple "hot spots," but they
  are marked with different shapes.  What do these shapes mean?


You can sign up for WINGS credit at the in-person meeting tonight here
(before 4PM to make it onto the printed list):


For the Sunday webinar, sign up here:


Hope to see you then.

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

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