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That's an artefact of a different era. Before computers were used to create documentation, updating large documents was difficult and expensive. People tried to reduce the workload by using chapter-page numbering. When you have to add pages to a book, chapter-page numbering allows you to replace one chapter instead of having to reprint the whole book. Some ...


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In many parts of the world, the military has reserved large parts of airspace for military activities. As a rule of thumb, civilian traffic is not permitted in these areas. Traditionally, such military areas were reserved 24/7, regardless of whethere there actually was any military activity at a given time. This is not very efficient, as it forces civilian ...


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In response to two NTSB safety recommendations, the FAA stated that it has only identified three accidents involving pilots with valid medical qualifications in which color vision deficiency (CVD) was cited as a contributing cause. As you mention above, on July 26, 2002, a Federal Express Boeing 727-200F crashed during a visual approach to Tallahassee ...


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Being an Air Traffic Controller does not provide any legal shortcuts for piloting courses, in any jurisdiction as far as I am aware. Sure, you could probably sleep through the lectures on meteorology and maybe parts of others, but you still need to sit and pass all 14 exams. You would have little to no advantage on the subjects of aerodynamics, aircraft ...


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In the UK at least if you were flying yourself to the convention for the purposes of legitimately taking part for the purposes of busines then yes, you could get paid for the flight. If you are flying someone else for the purposes of their business then no, you can't. I believe EASA has the same criteria, however every country may have a different ...


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