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What can you do with an ATP that you can’t with an R-ATP?

All of the limitations of an R-ATP can be found in 14 CFR 61.167, Airline transport pilot privileges and limitations: (b) Limitations. A person who holds an airline transport pilot certificate and ...
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Which countries use qfe field pressure?

I learned PPL and IFR in the USA. QFE was briefly mentioned in training but everything else at all times was QNH. ATC always reported in QNH as did inflight and online weather services (I have seen a ...
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Which countries use qfe field pressure?

Also why doesn't everyone use it? Isn't qfe field pressure better than qnh local pressure... Advantage of QFE is that it will read 0 on the field (and therefore approximately height in the pattern), ...
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Which countries use qfe field pressure?

In the U.S. the use of QFE (altimeter setting that displays height above field elevation) instead of, or in addition to, QNH (altimeter setting that displays height above mean sea level) would be a ...
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What is "taxi speed" for an Airbus?

The Flight Crew Training Manual (FCTM) defines taxi speed as a ground speed of up to 30 kt: Taxi Speed and Braking On long, straight taxiways, and with no ATC or other ground traffic constraints, the ...
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