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  1. New ADS-B regs ARE more restrictive than xponder regs for a/c w/o electrical systems

    As I'm now reading the regs, you are right for the most part, except that there is a difference in the construction of FAR 91.215 (transponders) and FAR 91.225 (ADS-B-out) that will have the...
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    Now back to normal again-- there's something...

    Now back to normal again-- there's something about this particular website format that my computer seems to sometimes seems to give my computer hiccups, don't have issues normally with other forum...
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    Wow, right now I reloaded the thread and the...

    Wow, right now I reloaded the thread and the first post looked all garbled again-- and right now as I type this post it also has bery strange spacing even though I am not using bold or sny special...
  4. Similar to transponder rules -- mostly

    Ok, I guess I hadn't reviewed the transponder rules for a long time. We do see some similar language in FAR 91.115, which helps to see where they got the language for FAR 91.225, and how they might...
  5. Still not completely clear

    There's unclear language in the Proposed Rule in the Federal Register that still has me uneasy that the FAA MIGHT possibly try to impose a 10,000' cap on aircraft without engine-driven electrical...
  6. Case-by-case exceptions

    Also relevant: from the Federal Register, ProposedRule (explaining the proposed regulation)--- https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/FR-2007-10-05/pdf/07-4938.pdf

    "There are some aircraft, however,...
  7. This AOPA article...

    This AOPA article https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2017/january/19/ads-b-requirement-clarified-for-nonelectrical-aircraft links to this clarification from the FAA Office of the Chief...
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    Probably some weird problem on my end I guess. ...

    Probably some weird problem on my end I guess. I'm not going to change them back to bold this time, but I'll let you know if I run into the problem again in the future. And they did show up just...
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    OK, I see the reply on the thread, thanks, but...

    OK, I see the reply on the thread, thanks, but they sure weren't working for me for some reason. I just went and changed all the bold to Arial Black. Wasn't working for me before then. Using...
  10. I just went and changed all the bold to Arial...

    I just went and changed all the bold to Arial Black. Wasn't working for me before then. Using Chrome on Vista but never had trouble with any website before in this manner. Thanks for the note...
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    Definitely something to do with using bold-- I...

    Definitely something to do with using bold-- I turn off the bold and mouse over and the text comes back--
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    Are my posts now corrupted?

    http://eaaforums.org/showthread.php?8993-Unclear-language-in-exemption-for-no-electrical-system-ADS-B-out-FAR-91-225(e)(2) -- three posts-- are they all corrupt now? Do I need to redo? I see...
  13. OK, what the heck just happened to all three...

    OK, what the heck just happened to all three posts in this thread? Do I need to redo them? They were fine a minute ago. Is there a problem with using bold font?
  14. This 2017 AOPA article more or less suggests the...

    This 2017 AOPA article more or less suggests the answer is "yes". However it would be nice to see some explicit reassurance from the FAA on this regard, since the language of the regulation is...
  15. Re above-- I think there may be something in the...

    Re above-- I think there may be something in the background behind the top of the tail that you are mistaking for the balance horn of a hard-over rudder. Actually, the Dauntless rudder didn't have a...
  16. re 91.255(e)(2) and where we may fly w no electrical system or ADS-B-out

    Here's the shorter version of all that:

    Can we simply assume that the restrictions stated in FAR 91.255 (e)(2) ONLY apply within the lateral boundaries of (i.e. within, above, and below) Class B...
  17. More thoughts after a little reflection--

    Some time has passed since this thread has last been active.

    My thoughts have changed a little, but not much--

    In JO 7400.11C (the "Airspace Designations and Reporting Points" document), the...
  18. Unclear language in exemption for no electrical system--ADS-B-out-- FAR 91.225(e)(2)

    (Edit 6/21-- to cut to the chase, skip to post #15): ...
  19. current language of AIM 3-2-6 is a very recent addition

    I did some checking in old editions of the AIM and found that that line was only added in a revision that became effective May 26, 2016. Nothing like that appears in older editions of the AIM.
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  20. It's clear that magenta depiction was likely...

    It's clear that magenta depiction was likely motivated by the coming change to the alphabet airspace system, but it happened a year earlier. The magenta depiction happened around September 1992, and...
  21. Error and unclarity

    Partly because of the risk of simply getting a confused or inaccurate answer. [/QUOTE]

    Here's an example of how the FAA can screw up an answer --
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  22. EDIT 5-17-2019-- I've excised out some of the...

    EDIT 5-17-2019-- I've excised out some of the portions of the post below. I no longer feel that the exact language of the FARs as they stood during the time when we had "Control Zone extensions"...
  23. Me too. I know a hang glider pilot who was told...

    Me too. I know a hang glider pilot who was told by an official at the local FSDO that the class-E-to-surface areas could be ignored in relation to part 103 whenever the weather at the airport was...
  24. Thanks for the note re the AIM- and what is the...

    Thanks for the note re the AIM- and what is the mechanism for acting the FAA Chief Counsel for an opinion or interpretation? Just write a letter?
  25. Though may not be obvious at first sight, the...

    Though may not be obvious at first sight, the floor of the Class E "extensions" is definitely the surface. Look at any of the E3 and E4 airspace descriptions in FAA Order JO 7400 --...
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