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Articles from IFR (September 1, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
Blasted without warning. McLauchlan, Ken Letter to the editor 270
Cirrus design down one Klapmeier. Brief article 106
Danger on the cutting or trailing edge. Van West, Jeff 528
Don't show me stars tonight. Guglielmino, Jim Letter to the editor 202
Garmin hits the retrofit market. Brief article 103
New options for e-plate readers. Brief article 148
Not-so-cushy departure: departure procedures are too often overlooked in departure planning. Bad idea if you're climbing out between mountains. Van West, Jeff 810
Of alternates and GPS. Curry, Sean D. Letter to the editor 241
On the air. 596
Portables and digi-Jepps. Gorman, Steve; Armstrong, Jay Letter to the editor 214
Standards of separation: while you're IFR, controllers guarantee certain distances from stationary objects or other flying machines--unless you step in. Kramer, Tarrance 1672
The quiz. Brief article 156
Try a broken approach: sure, you've got the numbers dialed in for your airplane. But are you ready for the day when all those numbers are wrong? Singer, Neil 1495
Unmonitored usage. Lindsay, David S. Letter to the editor 444
Weather and IFR delays: it's been two hours since your weather check and you still haven't taken off. How long is too long when hit a departure delay? Dennstaedt, Scott C. 2303
When the pilot makes a mistake, the pilot dies. When the controller makes a mistake ... Brief article 106
Who owns the runway? We often say a runway is "closed," but that's seldom the case. You can use whatever runway you want if you accept the risks. Bowlin, Frank 2261
Why you need to fly TKE: if you have a Garmin GPS and find that tracking courses perfectly takes more than a passing thought, then you're working too hard. Singer, Neil 1222

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