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Ride along with Master Instructor Dick Rochfort on an in-flight demonstration of a normal takeoff in this beautiful new Piper M600/SLS aircraft equipped with Garmin G3000 with Autoland. Dick uses proper call-outs and well documented, disciplined procedures to ensure the safety of this challenging flight. Dick Rochfort is a full-time pilot trainer specializing in the Piper PA46 M600, M500, M350, Matrix, Malibu, Mirage and Meridian aircraft. He provides pre-purchase valuation, training, corporate service and expert witness services worldwide. You may view hundreds of additional videos and articles about flying the PA46 aircraft at http://www.rwrpilottraining.com/ or contact Dick directly at [email protected]

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    • Hi Pete,Good question. The tilt adjustment hadn’t been made yet. I had turned on the radar prior to takeoff to let it get warmed up and running. In general I use the 40 mile range with ground visible in the outer quadrant. Then I use the vertical profile to positively identify water (rain) ahead of the aircraft. Fly Safely – Train Often .. DR

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