UPDATE: Now that I’ve earned my wings, I’m still flying, still learning and the cameras are still rolling. This blog will remain open and active for those interested in the flight training process. However, if you want to see what I’ve been up to since becoming a sport pilot, come on over to EAA.org/abinitio to watch videos of my most recent flights. - Brady
Jason and I sat in the Remos today just to take a look and feel the plane out.Here’s what the panel looks like (ours is setup slightly different). I’m sure I’ll be spending more time with this diagram and in the plane learning what all the instruments and dials do.For such a small plane, it is amazingly roomy. We are both decent-sized guys and yet our shoulders don’t even touch. The visibility seems great too—big windows on all sides.Now, I’m really itching to get in the air.
Posted by Tammy
@ 02:32 PM, November 20
References in PDF...Remos G-3 600 manualhttp://gatewaysportaviation.com/REMOS_G-3-600_POH.pdfRotax 912 manualhttp://gatewaysportaviation.com/912_Operators_Manual.pdfEFIS D-100 manual (glass display)http://gatewaysportaviation.com/EFIS-D100.pdf(Home Page...http://www.gatewaysportaviation.com/)