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Articles from Aviation Safety (July 1, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
Bell 407. Brief article 150
Bombardier CL-600-2B19. Brief article 146
Botched bounce: when a bounced landing leads to a prop strike, the only smart thing to do is close the throttles. Burnside, Joseph E. (Jeb) 1237
Cessna 172N. Brief article 134
Cessna P206B. Brief article 105
Cirrus design SR22. Brief article 152
Cozy experimental. Brief article 146
Five reasons to uncouple your approach: flying a coupled approach often is easier, but it does present other challenges. If you're not prepared for them, may want to do this yourself. Turner, Thomas P. 2348
Follow the yellow-brick road: ground accidents are some of the most preventable kinds out there. Planning, technique and paying attention are key to avoiding additional drama. Burnside, Joseph E. (Jeb) 2014
Going to extremes. Hopkins, Steve Editorial 283
Interstate S1A. Brief article 108
Learning your retrofit panel: like flying a new type of aircraft, major avionics work can mean a huge new learning curve. Get quality formal training and try to avoid the local CFI who doesn't know the gear and will be learning it, too. Anglisano, Larry 2090
Lighten up your landings: the biggest problem with executing a proper landing? Many pilots work extremely hard to mess them up. Lockridge, James 2512
Luscombe S-LSA-8C. Brief article 126
Mooney M-20G. Brief article 124
Mushroomed. Burnside, Jeb Editorial 912
Piper PA-28-235. Brief article 244
Piper PA-46. Brief article 146
RV-6A experimental. Brief article 106
TAA training: is bureaucratic inertia at the FAA and within the industry preventing us from getting our money's worth? Wright, Robert A. 2553
Telltale flicker. Hoy, Roger 495
Vans RV-10 experimental. Brief article 201
Vans RV-8 experimental. Brief article 118
Yaw adversity. Hutchins, Mark Letter to the editor 412

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