Thats just a way to factor in fatigue so that people cant fly 24 hours a day, no 135 implications meant.and as you have mentioned a pilots total flight time cannot exceed 8 hrs per day
This is all loosely based on a IRL adventure Ive had, minus the airport stopping goals.Sorry, just thinking out loud about some RW flights I've had.
Oh yah, your not requried to have full fuel, and thats half the challenge.*NOTE- I will have to do some further computation, but with the specified payload and a full tank of gas the 172 is overweight.
Wheels touching ground is good enough for me. All of the above are acceptable.By landing, do you mean full stop, or can a touch and go or stop and go count?
Hmm didnt think about this one. My initial reaction tends to go public only, as private airports usually have restrictions for a reason (And may not be modelled in all simulators for fairness). All the stated goals can be done at public airports.Also, are we allowed to land at private fields or only fields open to the public?
Nope, you only have to buy it if you plan to fly at night.Question: Must I purchase the night flight upgrade if my plane is equipped for flight at night even if I do not fly at night? Or must I purchase that upgrade only if I fly at night?
I can't speak for the USA, but in Canada you need an endorsement to fly at night. You have to have nav (position) lights. Your landing light needs to work if carrying passengers, an attitude indicator is required and you need 45 mins of reserve fuel as opposed to the 30 in the day.I have to ask for those of us that don't fly RW, what additional costs are associated with Night Flight?
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