|Quoting CptSpeaking (Reply 6):|
Yup you do....this is why we do stop-and-go's, especially at night...you don't necessarily have to taxi back to the end of the runway each time for it to count as a full stop, you just have to come to rest each time.
Stop-n-goes, that's pretty much what I do too. But, what I was commenting on, is this:
|Quoting DKCFII (Reply 3):|
I usually keep current just by asking my students to allow me to do a lap around the pattern when we go up at night,
One lap would mean one stop-no-go, two short than the FAR
requirement (?), if I am understanding DKCFII correctly...