CATEGORIES

ICING OUT OF OPTIONS

IS WHAT LIES AHEAD WORSE THAN WHAT LIES BENEATH?

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Flying
June - July 2020

PATHWAYS to the AIRWAYS

ALTERNATIVE ROUTES FOR THOSE FIRST STEPS TO BECOMING A PILOT

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Flying
June - July 2020

LOVE IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

SAME PLANET, DIFFERENT WORLD

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Flying
June - July 2020

FIRST FLIGHT

THE MEMORY—DECADES OLD—CANNOT BE ERASED

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Flying
June - July 2020

HOW DOES AN AIRPLANE GLIDE?

OR, IF IT’S IN A NEWSPAPER HEADLINE, PLUNGE?

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Flying
June - July 2020

EMBRAER PHENOM 300E

A 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED IN BOSSA NOVA STYLE

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Flying
June - July 2020

GIVING IT UP…AGAIN

WHEN AN AGING PILOT SHOULD CALL IT QUITS

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Flying
June - July 2020

THREAT-AND-ERROR MANAGEMENT

AVOIDING THE CORONAVIRUS AND A GOPHER TURTLE

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Flying
June - July 2020

DOWN TO EMPTY

ANOTHER ONE FOR THE BOOKS

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Flying
June - July 2020

BRANSON RNAV (GPS) RWY 32

Until the recent slowdown in travel because of the COVID-19 virus, Branson, Missouri, was a top destination in the Ozarks for families with kids, boasting a host of live shows, restaurants, golf courses, museums, hiking trails and much more. While everyone hopes the lull in flying to getaways such as Branson will be short, the current downtime offers pilots a perfect opportunity to tune up their IFR chart-reading skills.

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Flying
June - July 2020

WHAT THE FAA LADY SAID

LEARNING TO KEEP MY MOUTH SHUT

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Flying
May 2020

WHERE THE LION ROARS

FLYING WITH MACK AIR IN BOTSWANA

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Flying
May 2020

WE'RE NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE

GENERAL AVIATION IN SAUDI ARABIA

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Flying
May 2020

THE PRIUS AND THE PRIVATE PLANE

IT’S EASIER TO BE A GOOD CITIZEN ON THE ROAD THAN IN THE AIR

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Flying
May 2020

SERIAL GRILLER

WILL FLY FOR BBQ

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Flying
May 2020

TEXAS AIRCRAFT COLT

CAN THIS LSA BECOME A REAL 21ST-CENTURY TRAINER?

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Flying
May 2020

TEST PILOT

TAKE YOUR POST-MAINTENANCE FLIGHT WITH CAUTION

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Flying
May 2020

LESSONS FROM THE MOUNTAINS

A PILOT’S RETURN TO THE BACKCOUNTRY

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Flying
May 2020

GENERAL AVIATION COPES WITH CORONAVIRUS

THE COMMUNITY’S EFFORTS TO KEEP FLYING

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Flying
May 2020

ENOUGH SPEED, WITH LITTLE TO COMPROMISE

Grumman AA-5 Series

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Flying
May 2020

WE FLY: PILATUS' NEW PC-12 NGX

The latest edition of the popular single-engine turboprop will make any jet pilot feel right at home.

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Flying
April 2020

SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL

The year 2020 has begun with significant efforts by business aviation to promote and use sustainable aviation fuel (discussed in this issue in Peter Garrison’s Technicalities).

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Flying
April 2020

PRACTICAL STRATEGIES FOR EFFICIENT FLIGHT TRAINING

USING TECHNOLOGY TO FLY SMARTER—WITHOUT SACRIFICING SAFETY

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Flying
April 2020

NEW ADVENTURE

PLOTTING OUR RETURN TO THE LAND AND SKIES

6 mins read
Flying
April 2020

In Depth

CYNDHI BERWYN - FROM THE AIR FORCE TO FLYING A HOSPITAL

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Flying
April 2020

How to Weather BAD WEATHER

It’s Best Done by the Book

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Flying
April 2020

HORTEN HX-2 UPDATE

The striking Horten HX-2 flying wing that was unveiled in Friedrichshafen, Germany, in April 2018 has completed the initial stages of its flight testing and continues to progress through ground-vibration and flutter testing at Horten headquarters near Eisenach.

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Flying
April 2020

CONSERVATION FROM ABOVE

FLYING WITH LIGHTHAWK

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Flying
April 2020

BAR HARBOR, MAINE, RNAV (GPS) RWY 22

Whether you’re flying to the Maine coastline to add your name to the list of the 3 million annual visitors to Acacia National Park or to try to decide which restaurants really are the 10 best for lobster in the region, you might come face to face with the RNAV (GPS) Runway 22 for an approach into Hancock County-Bar Harbor Airport (KBHB).

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Flying
April 2020

NO RUSH

TAKE TWO SECONDS TO SAVE A LOT OF TROUBLE

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Flying
April 2020