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Articles from IFR (January 1, 2008)

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Briefing the airport: briefing the approach as you descend from cruise should be the last step in a long chain when you're flying somewhere new. Shelton, Joe 1563
Cheap GPS fix. Blakeney, Mike Letter to the editor 214
Controller's union disputes FAA staffing stance. Brief article 112
Flying IFR without ATC. Kolber, Mark Letter to the editor 187
Getting no WX from ATC: thunderstorms can catch you sleeping any time of year. Don't expect the controller to give you a heads-up, either. Miller, Bob 2344
Grab-bag of GPS Gizmos. Reilly, Sean Letter to the editor 674
High stakes in Philly: commercial airports sport all the low-weather gear, but this attempt might be less steak and more like a soft pretzel. Holston, Ken; McCloy, John 1118
Love those long legs: why truck outbound for an hour on an RNAV approach just to reverse course? van West, Jeff 590
Make it a low-cal ILS. Van West, Jeff 552
NASA will release "secret" pilot safety survey. Brief article 114
Nuts and bolts of TKS: TKS is one of the most popular ice-busting systems for light aircraft, but its utility is all in how you use it. Stephans, Emery 2122
On the air. 541
Pilot-optional Gulfstream 550? 117
Safety pilot safety: simulated instrument approaches are necessary for proficiency. Problem is that just having a safety pilot isn't always safe. Pestal, Mark 1070
Stay on that arc. Bell, Charles E. Letter to the editor 263
The departure menu: like Rodney used to lament, departures just "don't get no respect." Here's a simplified matrix to get up and out safely. Brenneman, Dog 1891

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