Existential angst, with airplanes!
Now this may be a dumb question - hardly a first for me, mind you - but there's no issue with wake turbulence on your end, is there?There's such a size difference between your aircraft and the Queen, I could easily see you being more susceptible to even a little bit of wake than, say, a 737.My apologies in advance if this a silly question.--Brian
Hey, you mentioned a few months ago that you and your wife we're going to be trying for a baby. Any little pilots on their way yet?
Wake turbulence can be an issue - not while we are taxiing mind you, but if we attempted to take off before the wingtip vortices from the arriving aircraft have dissipated. ATC gives us 3 minutes (I think it's 3) between a heavy / medium aircraft landing and our takeoff clearance, more if we are departing from an intersection.
Lisa and I put our childrearing plans on hold for a few months to take care of a nagging ovarian cyst (hers, not mine). It's taken care of now, and Lisa just got a clean bill of health so we are cleared to resume trying. Practise makes perfect! :)
Whew...glad all YOUR ovaries seem fine. LOL!! Seriously though glad to hear things are good healthwise :) Good luck with that. Kids are such a joy!!
That made my toes clench briefly, as you rolled over a painted-out h/s line or perhaps the cat3 holding line, barely glimpsed out of the side.
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