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Re: CESSNA 150 CLIMB SPEEDS

PostPosted:Mon Jul 13, 2020 7:14 pm
by Rob L
WaxMax45 wrote:@Flyin'Dutch'
all official , here are the links: https://jasonblair.net/wp-content/uploa ... 69-POH.pdf
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/10197 ... -1968.html
https://www.kevincfi.com/files/pdf/manu ... Manual.pdf
if they weren't official I would have quickly assumed human error, however this may still be the case.


Just as an aside, WaxMax45, those documents you link are not at all "official".
Any C150 in the UK is on an EASA CofA and therefore each aircraft has its own, particular manual with the aircraft registration noting to which aircraft it pertains. If you are flying it, make yourself aware of its contents (it's in paper format for an aircraft of that age, not on-line).

Just a gentle warning; safe flying.
Rob

Re: CESSNA 150 CLIMB SPEEDS

PostPosted:Mon Jul 13, 2020 9:02 pm
by WaxMax45
Rob L wrote:
WaxMax45 wrote:@Flyin'Dutch'
all official , here are the links: https://jasonblair.net/wp-content/uploa ... 69-POH.pdf
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/10197 ... -1968.html
https://www.kevincfi.com/files/pdf/manu ... Manual.pdf
if they weren't official I would have quickly assumed human error, however this may still be the case.


Just as an aside, WaxMax45, those documents you link are not at all "official".
Any C150 in the UK is on an EASA CofA and therefore each aircraft has its own, particular manual with the aircraft registration noting to which aircraft it pertains. If you are flying it, make yourself aware of its contents (it's in paper format for an aircraft of that age, not on-line).

Just a gentle warning; safe flying.
Rob

True, but ive looked at them and they are the same as the documents above in the same format :D . I wouldnt have trusted otherwise :D

Re: CESSNA 150 CLIMB SPEEDS

PostPosted:Mon Jul 13, 2020 10:41 pm
by Trent772
If you climb at that, you will fry its testiclays.......

Be nice - climb at a faster speed and take your time, it is kinder to the engine :mrgreen:

Re: CESSNA 150 CLIMB SPEEDS

PostPosted:Mon Jul 13, 2020 10:55 pm
by WaxMax45
Trent772 wrote:If you climb at that, you will fry its testiclays.......

Be nice - climb at a faster speed and take your time, it is kinder to the engine :mrgreen:

Very true :) :) Im just considering it theoretically.