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Re: AIRCRAFT SPECIFIC STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP'S)

Unread postby HJK 414 » Wed May 16, 2018 7:31 pm

Orthin Opter wrote:
HJK 414 wrote:Remember - CAA is there to assist - support and regulate ?? JK

Or obstruct to meet another agenda.


Sorry Orthin Opter ....

I keep reading Cemair ..... Cemair .....- Cemair .....must be dyslexic
You were saying ??

If RET wishes to help - he would offer the SOP template to the man
But that is not "policy" it seems

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Re: AIRCRAFT SPECIFIC STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP'S)

Unread postby grounded » Wed May 16, 2018 8:42 pm

HJK 414 wrote:It is stunning that the SACAA (who will have the same SOP's on file) - does not give the applicant a copy as a template - and asks him to specify which parts he will be utilizing and change the given template to his specific circumstances ...

Remember - CAA is there to assist - support and regulate ??


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intellectual property of individual manuals, resides with the operator, CAA has copies as proof, not as a means to sell it forward to competitors (re: template)
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Re: AIRCRAFT SPECIFIC STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP'S)

Unread postby happyskipper » Wed May 16, 2018 8:58 pm

The problem is that anyone who is applying for an aircraft to be put on an AOC/ATO etc..... who has NEVER done that before, will have NO IDEA how to go about it - most agencies involved with the regulation of a specific industry will, at least, provide guidelines as to what is required, and how to go about finding the required information.
To NOT do so would border on subverting the "client's" application.
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Re: AIRCRAFT SPECIFIC STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP'S)

Unread postby Goffel » Wed May 16, 2018 9:56 pm

I have a 441 SOP in my box which u can have for free....no cookies, no beer..no nothing.. free.

Just in case some people think i am getting something in return....it is for free.
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Re: AIRCRAFT SPECIFIC STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP'S)

Unread postby happyskipper » Wed May 16, 2018 10:07 pm

Goffel wrote:I have a 441 SOP in my box which u can have for free....no cookies, no beer..no nothing.. free.

Just in case some people think i am getting something in return....it is for free.

So - just to avoid any confusion - is that for FREE, Goffel?? :lol:
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Re: AIRCRAFT SPECIFIC STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP'S)

Unread postby Conquest » Thu May 17, 2018 7:31 am

happyskipper wrote:
Goffel wrote:I have a 441 SOP in my box which u can have for free....no cookies, no beer..no nothing.. free.

Just in case some people think i am getting something in return....it is for free.

So - just to avoid any confusion - is that for FREE, Goffel?? :lol:



Goffel...thank u very much...am mailing u know
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Re: AIRCRAFT SPECIFIC STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP'S)

Unread postby V5 - LEO » Thu May 17, 2018 8:40 am

Conquest wrote:
happyskipper wrote:
Goffel wrote:I have a 441 SOP in my box which u can have for free....no cookies, no beer..no nothing.. free.

Just in case some people think i am getting something in return....it is for free.

So - just to avoid any confusion - is that for FREE, Goffel?? :lol:



Goffel...thank u very much...am mailing u know
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... :D :D you will have to give Goffel a flip in your kayak though :lol: :lol:
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Re: AIRCRAFT SPECIFIC STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP'S)

Unread postby happyskipper » Fri May 18, 2018 8:52 pm

V5 - LEO wrote:
Conquest wrote:
happyskipper wrote:So - just to avoid any confusion - is that for FREE, Goffel?? :lol:



Goffel...thank u very much...am mailing u know
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... :D :D you will have to give Goffel a flip in your kayak though :lol: :lol:


I'm waiting for a ride on Goffel's sloop, she's a beauty..... :lol:
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Re: AIRCRAFT SPECIFIC STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP'S)

Unread postby Goffel » Sat May 19, 2018 11:08 am

The 441 is a mean machine.

CT to Upington at midnight, myself and Andrew Mc Farlen, (i think that was his surname), we clocked 510 knots GS on the GPS.

I recorded it in the flight folio...(2002, i think).

By the was HS will definitely get a ride as we need a land base in Moz before carrying onto the Suez for the Med



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