From: Joe Curry <email@example.com> Date: 29 Jul 96 13:24:42 References: 1 2
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In message <airliners.1996.1412@ohare.Chicago.COM> firstname.lastname@example.org (C. Marin Faure) writes: > In article <airliners.1996.1142@ohare.Chicago.COM>, email@example.com > (Joe Curry) wrote: > no transponder code or anything. I suppose with the newer technology > that's in the centers today this wouldn't be as much of a problem, but if > they still drop signals moving less than 50 mph from the scopes, that > could make a glider invisible on radar. If that's the case, the only > solution would be to install a transponder on the glider. I received an email from ATC at a UK airport and it suggested that had a good arrangement with their local gliding club. What it meant of course was they had agreed to keep out of the way. I prefer the above solution from C. Marin. Faure. What would it cost to install anyway? -- firstname.lastname@example.org _|_ Joe Curry --o--O--o-- >From the shadow of North Berwick Law in East Lothian,"Bonnie Scotland" Edinburgh Airport is the UK's fastest growing.Insist on flights to EDI. Museum of Flight.http://www.nms.ac.uk.Inventory includes the Comet 4c.