Re: FAA Motorglider info
- --- In FLY-UL@yahoogroups.com, SportTriker@h... wrote:
> > Registering something like a drifter as a motorglider is another*****
> issue however... and try not to screw it up for other motorgliders.
> Mike H.
Unless and until you can back up your statements with references to
specific regulations related to the certification and registration of
aircraft and supply web links to those regulations, you hold little
credibility. I am very willing to say "hey, I was wrong" if you can
supply the above. And I do mean WRITTEN documentation from the
FAA...just as I have supplied.
> -----Original Message-----Wrong question, and to the wrong person. The proper question would be;
> From: SportTriker@... [mailto:SportTriker@...]
> Sent: Sunday, August 03, 2003 12:06 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: UL: Re: FAA Motorglider info
> >>>>Chuck, your rhetoric encouraging most of the US sport flying
> >>>>world to head towards "glider" is pointless.
> Chuck Wrote;
> >>>I do not encourage most of the US sport flying world to head
> >>>towards glider.
> Mike writes;
> >>Which sections, then?
> Chuck writes;
> >This is not a comprehensible question in context to the above
> I'll re-write the question in the hope you can understand it.
> And others are welcome if they can express it in a way
> Chuck understands, if I can't get the question accross.
> My impression Chuck, has been that you are suggesting that
> the guys should go for "glider" rather than for "sport".
> If that is not what you are suggesting, then exactly which
> group of pilots/planes are you suggesting should be heading
> for "glider" rather than to "sport"?
> I can't imagine I could ask it any clearer than that.
> Mike H.
Mike, Why would you think you could get a straight answer from Chuck?