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Old 03-26-2019, 08:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Complying and following the actual speed adjustment policies, a pilot can run and indicate plus or minus 10 knots or 0.02 mach number of specified speed. Its always better to keep the land air officer in the loop before adjusting the air speed. Exceptions are always there to meet the emergency requirement.
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its a my opinion,

Complying and following the actual speed adjustment policies, a pilot can run and indicate plus or minus 10 knots or 0.02 mach number of specified speed. Its always better to keep the land air officer in the loop before adjusting the air speed. Exceptions are always there to meet the emergency requirement.
isn't this supposed to be posted on the off topic section of the forum
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Complying and following the actual speed adjustment policies, a pilot can run and indicate plus or minus 10 knots or 0.02 mach number of specified speed. Its always better to keep the land air officer in the loop before adjusting the air speed. Exceptions are always there to meet the emergency requirement.
Unless the pilot is unable to fly the aircraft as instructed, speed, altitude, heading, no deviation can be tolerated.

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