Rules for the PilotEdge Alphabet Challenge

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Re: Rules for the PilotEdge Alphabet Challenge

Postby stevekirks » Sun Sep 11, 2016 4:05 pm

Shawn Goldsworthy wrote:
flyingdrill wrote:Steve, maybe you should remove the "rule" for the Challenge to be completed by the end of 2015. I noticed that at least one relative newcomer to PE has completed it this year (2016), and the rule may discourage newer pilots from entering.


I just started flying it last week ;)


I changed it awhile back and forgot to post.

Sad part is, my idea and I've never finished it!

:)
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Re: Rules for the PilotEdge Alphabet Challenge

Postby rtataryn » Sat Sep 17, 2016 7:13 pm

26. Rod Tataryn

. . . well that was a lot of flying! Sheesh! There should be a prize or something. ;)

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Re: Rules for the PilotEdge Alphabet Challenge

Postby Kyle.Sanders » Sun Sep 18, 2016 3:28 am

Just started the challenge last night. Having fun so far. 3 legs down.
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Re: Rules for the PilotEdge Alphabet Challenge

Postby rtataryn » Sun Sep 18, 2016 2:30 pm

Kyle, It's certainly a great mission generator, but this challenge is such excellent way to get to really know ZLA's terrain and airspace including all the MOAs and Restricted areas of NV, etc. in areas I'd likely not go. I made it a point to keep real weather and time of day actual, and then plan the flight as I would in the RW - whether to file IFR or VFR, or use radar services or not, picking altitudes for weather and winds, etc. A worthwhile endeavor for sure.
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