I think the guy in the right seat was in charge for some reason.Who was flying the airplane in that AN-26 video ? Both those guys were grabbing the yoke (and fiddling with the pitch trim wheel) at the same time so often I couldn't tell. And why didn't one of the pilots have his hands on the throttles during T/O ?
And the "F/E" was just in the way most of the time. But the guy in the back had his Jepp manual open so all was not lost...I guess.
And they all looked grumpy. I can see why the F/O was grumpy...he was ancient. The upgrade time must be long at UII.
If all you can afford is a $55,000 T-6 then you really can't afford a $55k T-6. Trust me.I'm not sure I'd want to try and own a T-6 that was only 55 grand. That seems....a bit bargain basement, possibly for good reasons.....
One of these lives at JYO. It is badass.Piper Cheyenne 400LS
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Not pretty, but it was effective.
Disclaimer: I have no knowledge of these other than fueling one that an aviation accident lawyer that we had as as a tenant when I was working line service. He liked to wear a flight suit and helmet and I never saw him with a passenger. Weird guy but a cool airplane.