Dogs in Flight Training

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Flocker
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Dogs in Flight Training

Postby Flocker » Thu Apr 28, 2016 10:11 am

A little inspiration for those of you in flight training...

https://youtu.be/UGcyier95sw

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Re: Dogs in Flight Training

Postby Cluemeister » Thu Apr 28, 2016 11:35 am

This is supposed to make me feel better about my training how?

Only thing worse than this would be getting beaten by a chicken at tic tac toe. :)

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Re: Dogs in Flight Training

Postby Wm.Ince » Thu Apr 28, 2016 11:38 am

Cluemeister wrote:This is supposed to make me feel better about my training how?
Only thing worse than this would be getting beaten by a chicken at tic tac toe. :)
LOL . . . :D
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Re: Dogs in Flight Training

Postby Nomore767 » Thu Apr 28, 2016 12:30 pm

On these airplanes crewed by a dog and a co-pilot its important to understand their roles:-

Dog....to bite the co-pilot if he tries to touch the controls

Co-pilot....to feed the dog!


I have 2 Chihuahuas neither of which has shown any inclination to fly. Especially if the turbulence is ...(ahem) ..a 'little RUFF"!
However, just been running some numbers and it'll take a good sized bag of dog treats in the dogs fuel/treat tank in order to keep my RV flying.

I'm just going to check with Vans to see if there's any paperwork required for approval for the additional 'fuel supply'.

Can these guys fly legally on a DL? I'm talking Dog License here...not Driver's License.


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