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Articles from IFR (September 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
Bobby Sturgell's math ticks off NATCA. Brief article 103
Can we go down now? Ullman, Dave Letter to the editor 342
FAA Flight Plan open for comment. Brief article 128
Forget those sectionals, here comes Jeppesen with a chart for that GPS. Brief article 143
Ho-hum, another day, another synthetic vision contender. Brief article 126
Kill the speed limit and save gas. Van West, Jeff 538
Making Trouble Again. Saidy, John Letter to the editor 401
Not a good facility: some chart symbology sends us looking for notes in the margin. It doesn't help that the symbol was supposed to be temporary. 558
On the air. 649
On the way to the missed. Steinman, Ed; Leicher, Harry Letter to the editor 392
Predicting bad GPS: never bother with RAIM or FDE? If you fly with a GPS in your panel, here's why you should care. Ewing, John 1167
Pro plate briefings: there are too many critical pieces of information on an approach plate for a haphazard brief. Here's a better way. Singer, Neil 1917
Speaking on the ground: sit up straight and stop mumbling. Here's a controller's advice on talking IFR with Ground and Tower when departing a busy airport. Cunningham, Denny 2137
The quiz. 366
Uncomfortable minimums: setting your personal minimums too high does you no favors. In fact, it may spell the end of your flying. Van West, Jeff 1948
Weaving radar mosaics: the NEXRAD image on your MFD combines various parts reality and best guesses. It may also omit some seriously nasty stuff. Dennstaedt, Scott 2479

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