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Articles from Aviation Safety (January 1, 2006)

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A little ice? 'Tis the season-time to stop thinking thunderstorms and start thinking ice. And while you're thinking, ask yourself-how much ice is too much? Leis, Ray 2497
Beech F33A bonanza: November 9, 2005, Geyserville, Calif. Brief article 167
Burden of ownership: some Airworthiness Directives may not seem all that important. Others are critical. Burnside, Joseph E. 1181
Cessna T210N turbo centurion: November 19, 2005, Dana Point, Calif. Brief article 112
Cracked cylinder heads: Continental IO-520C. Brief article 122
Glass cockpit reliability: primary flight displays are all but standard equipment in new airplanes, although some doubt their reliability. Avidyne says those worries are misplaced. Bertorelli, Paul Interview 2374
Hand-propping. Trolander, Stephen W. Letter to the editor 221
How to crash 101. Paavola, Steve Letter to the editor 391
In-Flight fire: do you know your airplane's most likely sources of an in-flight fire? how quickly you respond and get on the ground means everything. Pardo, Jeff 2506
It's not a river in Egypt. 727
Mooney M20M: November 11, 2005, Summerville, S.C. Brief article 109
Overgross! Even a small amount of weight in excess of max gross can drastically affect performance. Here's what to expect if you overload your airplane. Turner, Thomas P. 2340
Piper PA-28-161 warrior: November 9, 2005, Leesburg, Va. Brief article 112
Piper PA-28R-180 arrow: November 6, 2005, Opa--Locka, Fla. Brief article 130
Schleicher ASH 26 E: November 2, 2005, Sparks, Nev. Brief article 216
Singles vs. twins. Barbata, Brian Letter to the editor 357
Talking about ice. Burnside, Jeb 475
Teaching spins. Fox, David Letter to the editor 220
Turnbacks reconsidered: if an engine quits on takeoff, where you go is less important than how you arrive. A straight-ahead landing remains the best low-risk option. Stowell, Rich Cover story 2893

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