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Subject: AS350 left or right seat
 
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lulu58User is Offline
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10/06/2012 7:44 PM  
Hello, What is the main reason,for switching the pilot to he left on a AS350 if you plan to operate the aircraft for tours .Could you just keep the pilot on the right like in the normal configuration. Thank you.
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10/09/2012 1:57 AM  
lulu, sitting on the left means your collective & FCL are protected from passengers legs, handbags & camera straps that tend to fall/knock/hit those important parts! I fly RH side and it's a pain the a$$ sometimes. LH drive is also easier for long-lining.
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