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Articles from IFR (November 1, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
ADS-B full deployment by 2013. Brief article 130
Bully for the kids up front. West, Jeff Van 541
Could you elaborate on that? Jones, Mike Letter to the editor 353
Decoding airways. Matalon, Joseph Lee Letter to the editor 152
Flying high and visual: when there's any kind of major convection in the forecast, flying high and staying visual is usually the best strategy for a comfortable and successful flight. Dennstaedt, Scott 1670
Flying with expired data: ever since the first databases, we've complained about the expense of keeping the data current. But obsolete data might be more expensive. Bowlin, Frank 2329
Into uncontrolled air: the airport is uncontrolled, but how about the airspace just above? Savvy pilots know how to use the difference to their advantage, and how a mistake could mean a violation. Shelton, Joe 1780
Just do nothing: there are precious few times in an aircraft when immediate action is absolutely required. Sometimes the best reaction is inaction. West, Jeff Van 1419
Mastering short-haul IFR: when the flight time is short, staying ahead of the aircraft includes offloading tasks from the toughest parts of the flight to whatever low-load moments you may have. Cushing, Evan 2510
Notams. Brief article 159
Of iPads and true tablets. Williams, Daryl M. Letter to the editor 891
On the air. Besley, Grant Brief article 237
The quiz. 630
What is LAAS? Serbinenko, Andrey Brief article 113
What's changed here? Ever wonder how many changes there really are when they amend an instrument procedure? Now you can see them all, down to the most trivial pixel. West, Jeff Van 895

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