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Articles from Aviation Safety (January 1, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
Accidents of training. Letter to the editor 678
Beech 95-C55 Baron. Brief article 210
Beech D - 45 (T - 34 mentor). Brief article 135
Beech S35 bonanza. Brief article 102
Big blows: flying safely in high wind conditions is a matter of adopting the proper technique for your aircraft's weight and configuration. Laboda, Amy 2340
Cessna 172R Skyhawk. 103
Cessna 172RG cutlass. 111
Cessna 550 citation II. 201
Cessna T337 turbo skymaster. 115
Cirrus design corp. SR20. Brief article 194
Cirrus design corp. SR22. Brief article 109
Do we really need an airplane to train? 508
Don't get cross. 487
Gethomeitis: a ferry pilot launches an overweight Skyhawk into icing and severe turbulence. Burnside, Joseph E. (Jeb) 1239
IFR emergencies: system failures under IFR must be handled differently than when the weather's good. Above all, remember to fly the airplane first, then deal with the problem. Burnside, Joseph E. (Jeb) 2019
Interesting times. Burnside, Jeb 432
Piaggio aero industries spa P180. Brief article 163
Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee 180. Brief article 102
Planning PFD upgrades: thinking about a primary flight display? The benefits of increased automation and situational awareness depends on panel layout and your interface knowledge. Anglisano, Larry 1881
Preheating: why and how. 357
Siai - Marchetti S205-22R. Brief article 109
Slip survey. Letter to the editor 437
Synthetic vision for the masses. 547
The training mix: advances in technologies and regulations mean the best mix of airplanes, simulators and other resources also is changing and will enhance your training. Wright, Robert A. 2104
Three out of four. Gillis, Corky 447
What to tell ATC ... and when. 414
Winter flying lessons: some things about winter flying can't be learned from textbooks but only come from experience. Here are some examples. 2649

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