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:bulletred::bulletred:IMPORTANT JOURNAL --- MUST READ---:bulletred::bulletred:

We have 316 watchers, but only 66 members! Just beacause you were a member before Pilots was a group it doesn't mean you still are. All members will be accepted!!
ALL OLD MEMBERS NEED TO RE-JOIN!

Once you are accepted, you are a member. ONLY members can submit to the group! If you are just a watcher, you wont be able to submit anything to the group. But you will receive the submissions in your messages center of course :)



Join requests are "subject to vote", so please wait till you are accepted.


please note that watching pilots will not make you a member. so feel free to watch pilots even if you do not want to become a member



Member additions and your initial welcome message from Pilots will happen as soon as possible.

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All new submissions are sujected to two votes before approval.
Not all submissions will be accepted, only those with quality to  be shown here!

So: if you have some great pictures of airplanes, we will be glad to take them here! Please show us what you've got!!


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There are new rules, so read them!

Remember: only 5 deviations a week are allowed for each member! counting from Sunday to Sunday.

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Read the FAQ and you will be able  have you answers to a lot of questions!





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YukiTakashi Featured By Owner Edited Aug 27, 2016  Professional General Artist
Who else clicked on random group from boredom and ended up in here? Never seen this type before.
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Orphydian Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey!

If you dont have anything against it I would like to affiliate our groups.

arsmilitaria.deviantart.com/

My newborn group is specialised on high detailed military illustrations (including aviation) and it will host only the finest deviations and will gather some of the most talented artists.

I sent the request. You have to confirm it. In fact it would be better to send an affiliation request from your side if you have some voting procedure and some administrators are absent or if the request expires in the meanwhile.

You should also consider to join us

And yes pls. add the Affiliates section if you agree.
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914four Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi,
I am not a member of this group, not being a pilot (my father was), but I am hoping to find someone who could assist me with some fact-checking. In the novel I am writing, an individual has his own custom-appointed Gulfstream V which he uses to fly weekly between SFO and HKG. The facts I am trying to confirm are as follows:
1)- would a standard two-person crew be sufficient to fly this regular route, assuming a privately owned aircraft following a heading of 308.7 from SFO? (I know return would be shorter due to prevailing winds)
2)- If the Gulfstream were to strike a bird landing in Hong Kong, is it unreasonable for the plane to be grounded for a minimum of two weeks while repairs are made? What sort of damage could cause this? (I was thinking a damaged turbine) Would there be repair facilities in Hong Kong (in 2014) capable of doing these repairs?
3)- Would a Bombardier Global 6000 be a workable replacement, or would it require a 7000 to make the trip non-stop, and again, could it be done with a two-seat crew?
If you can help, I'd ask for you to please PM me, or go to my journal page Pilot help neededHi everyone,
first, for those that don't read my "the Deviant is" widget, I have pneumonia, and have been bedridden for a few days (going back to bed after this), so I apologize to those awaiting responses from me, I'll get to them when I feel better.
Lying in bed gives me lots of time to think, and I've gotten worried about a couple of items in "The Centaur" around Mr Lee's (the Dark Haired Man) private aircraft.
In book one, he is flying in a Gates LJ 55C, which is used mostly for flying up and down the West Coast. For his bi-weekly flights to Hong Kong, he has a Gulfstream, and that is what I need help with mostly. I know very little about civil aviation, what I know is mainly through friends and family, and none of them could answer these questions for me. I am hoping to find someone on :devart: who could assist me with some fact-checking, or to point me to sources that I could use. In the novel, Lee has his own custom-appointed Gulfstream V which he uses to fl
so as not to hijack this space.
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chincz Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012
Hello. Let me invite you [link]
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Peleda-Art Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2012
Submission would exceed the per-folder limit of 5 deviations every 7 days.

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Sparkypoo Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow, I absolutely love this group! :heart:
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AJHoward Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
A-2 nose art love!
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concaholic Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
Mind if we affiliate?
:iconconcorde-group:?
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AJcsF Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
request sent ;)
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concaholic Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010
Thanks :)
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