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Zero Flight Experience to Light Jet Type Rating - Requirements, Feasibility, and Timeline?

Aside from the costs and an insurance company willing to provide you hull insurance on an airplane like that, your chief difficulty is going to be building the experience and seasoning to move into ...
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Can we do this approach using suitable RNAV instead of ADF/ DME,

Yes. You need to be equipped with a VOR receiver and use it to monitor the final approach course guidance. But identifying other fixes with a suitable RNAV system is fine. The exact rules for what you ...
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How can I identify VDP on VOR 1 runway 36 at KOCF

DME is required, and there’s no way to identify VDP without DME.
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Engine failure after takeoff during IMC. What to do?

YOU DO WHAT YOU BRIEFED! This is a great example of why it is important to brief each takeoff. Have you become familiar with the airport environment. Where is a safe place to land if an engine fails....
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Engine failure after takeoff during IMC. What to do?

There is no time for a "procedure". You save yourself however you can. 500 ft is high enough for a turn around to the airport and I would simply start a 30 deg banked turn to a reverse ...
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Can you do a IFR flight in a uncontrolled space in a helicopter?

IFR in uncontrolled airspace (classes F and G) does not require a clearance. You still have to fly whatever the legal minimum altitudes are. In the US, that's 1000 feet above the tallest obstacle ...
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Can you do a IFR flight in a uncontrolled space in a helicopter?

The defining feature of uncontrolled airspace is that you are allowed to fly IFR without a clearance. It doesn't matter what type of aircraft you're using; in uncontrolled airspace your scenario is ...
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what is "short range clearance procedure" like?

I don't know that this is common at all in the usa anymore, but the idea is that you would file a flight plan along the lines of KABC..XXX.V10.YYY.J20.ZZZ..KDEF ...
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FAF: Lightning Bolt vs Maltese Cross on approach plates?

LPV and LNAV/VNAV are officially "Approaches with Vertical Guidance" because they don't meet one (completely irrelevant) detail in ICAO's definition of "Precision Approach". ...
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