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Articles from IFR (January 1, 2007)

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Cue the rhetoric on user fees ... again. Brief article 134
FAA gets tougher and regroups. Brief article 123
Going vertical: the VNAV feature seems to be the last trick pilots learn on their GPS, yet it has the greatest potential to make you fly like a pro. Rozendaal, Doug 1000
Looking for Lake Tahoe: somewhere below this soup is a lovely lake, but the approach you'll use to get there gives new meaning to "Look out below.". Holston, Ken; McCloy, John 1118
Making a new approach: tired of all your friends going to GPS mins at their fields while you watch paint dry waiting for VFR? Go publish your own approach. Holston, Ken 1483
Notams. 151
On the air. Bowlin, Frank; Hays, Ron; Brown, Steve; Levinson, John; Hughes, David L. 594
Playing the B-side: mountain pilots sometimes fly a topo map. Urban fixed-wing pilots can get similar help from their rotor-head friends. Brief article 347
Pump up your web WX: we all use the internet as a key factor in our go/no-go call, but few of us truly have a clue. Here's a game plan that works. Dennstaedt, Scott C. 2535
Read the manual. Gallup, Geoffrey Letter to the editor 852
The invisible barrier: you won't find it on a high or low chart, but if you try to fly through on the wrong day, you'll get vectored the long way around. Richardson, Charles 876
User fees and ADIZ training. Tyler, Bob; Morrison, Tom; Prevost, Stan Letter to the editor 682
We could use a few more like that. Van West, Jeff Editorial 536
When ice kills: think horsepower and experience are the medicine you need for in-flight icing? We have some bad news. Garvey, Jane 2124

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