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Articles from IFR (August 1, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
Annoyed by NYC ATC. Letter to the editor 453
AWOS by phone. Shanks, George Letter to the editor 118
Can we call it lost comm? Letter to the editor 351
FAA tells unions and regional airlines: make changes on pilot time and training. Brief article 108
Flying long-range IFR: you're at the MAP with no pavement in sight and only 20 gallons of gas between you and an NTSB report--just like you planned. McGovern, Rob 2876
Go lower with RNAV LP: when obstructions abound close to the threshold, an approach without vertical guidance could be just the ticket. Ewing, John 891
IFR by the sun and stars: not that long ago crews flew thousands of miles with no navigational aids except the sky itself. It's such an elegant solution. Castlen, Bill 2065
Light singles go electric on a world-wide stage. Brief article 119
New York region airspace redesign passes a test in court. Brief article 102
Notams. Brief article 172
On the air. 614
R U down with VDP's? Visual descent points are one of those IFR subtleties that separate the hacks from the pros. (Don't worry. It's easy to go pro.). Singer, Neil 1290
Taking it one leg too far: most accidents require multiple factors coming into alignment. But breaking the chain takes a pilot alert enough to see the storm brewing. Compton, Bill 1459
The right kind of time. Van West, Jeff Viewpoint essay 625
Two Garmins in the stack: realizing a tangible gain from a pair of GPS navigators means organizing your resources and customizing what you see when. Van West, Jeff 1557
Using someone else's WX. Sage, Gary Letter to the editor 369

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