Back in August, We discussed the Go / No Go decision, with a focus on a perfectly good airplane, which exhibited some anomalies with its annunciator lights. The manufacturer and A&P said it was working as intended, but Marc knew differently. Today, Marc brings up the same Go / No Go decision, but with respect to the pilots capabilities and the environment around him or her. Does the decision come down to legalities, safety, intelligence, personal minimums, or maybe a more objective criteria concerning having "outs". The discussion is not as cut and dried as one might think. Take a listen and let us know what you think. You can write Marc at firstname.lastname@example.org
Marc also spent some time going over current events. Congrats to Honda for its certification of the HondaJet. Other items that may interest you include a manned drone like aircraft, or the fact that the government is looking for someone that can help them take safe control of someone else's drone and earn a cool $100K for their efforts. And one warning, don't bring your hoverboard on your next flight!!!
Thanks for listening. Blue Skies and Tailwinds!