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Articles from Aviation Safety (November 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
Bellanca 17-30A. Brief article 121
Cessna 182. Brief article 126
Cessna 210. Brief article 110
Cessna T210N. Brief article 103
Convair 580. Brief article 119
Cracked flap bellcrank bulkhead. Brief article 114
Departing non-towered airports: when there's no charted departure procedure and the weather's down the tubes, use these tips to do it on your own. Turner, Thomas P. 2729
Departure downdraft: right after takeoff--when we're low, slow and heavy--is a lousy time to encounter convective activity. Burnside, Joseph E. (Jeb) 1299
Etymology. Hunter, John Letter to the editor 275
Flying all the angles: why measuring your wing's angle of attack can increase your flight safety. Emberson, Cory 2411
Ignition timing slippage. Brief article 101
Lancair propjet experimental. Brief article 152
Learjet LR60. Brief article 161
Lockheed SP-2H Neptune. Brief article 117
Mooney M20C. Brief article 176
Mooney M20J. Brief article 294
Overgross. Cabuk, Joe G., Jr. Letter to the editor 379
Piper J5A cruiser. Brief article 150
Piper PA-60-602P. Brief article 119
Potpourri. Oberholtzer, Dave Letter to the editor 525
Proficiency checklist: an idea that's been around for a long time comes back to help you save some money on fuel and keep the edge you worked for with just a little extra effort. Bowlin, Frank 2314
Quirky airplanes: spend some time learning about the systems, handling and procedures making each airplane unique. Durden, Rick 2579
Robinson R44 II. Brief article 139
Top ten risk reduction steps: manage risk wisely by developing a set of policies to implement when results are too threatening. Higdon, Dave 2248
Unbelievable. Burnside, Jeb 443
Unintended consequences. Brief article 310

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