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Articles from IFR (September 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
Blowin' in the wind. Ingram, David Lee Letter to the editor 457
Call that a real approach? Nastrom, Greg Letter to the editor 178
Competition to a Garmin radio stack and STEC autopilot. Brief article 108
Designing for RNAV (RNP): progressive approach design promises more safety and utility with less obstacle clearance. Here's how that's supposed to work. Simonds, Fred 1858
Hitting the slopes. West, Jeff Van 587
How not to file a pop-up: converting from VFR to IFR in the air is usually a simple matter of asking the nearest controller. There are times when other strategies are better bets, or your only option. West, Jeff Van 1533
Loading loaded passengers. Harris, Michael Letter to the editor 239
LSA rule revisions underway for IMC, electric motors. Brief article 132
Notams. 153
ON the air. 589
Planned abort points: some critical decisions must be made before you have time to think them through. Preload your actions so you don't get caught wondering, "Is this going to work out?". 2525
Progress in reverse: just when the pilot population was really getting the groove of terminal arrival areas, the FAA is regulating them right out of the approach book. Read on. You won't believe this one. 993
Published missed missteps: we brief the missed approach procedure knowing full well we won't fly all, or even any, of it. But flying it will at least keep you out of harm's way, right? Maybe not. Adelizzi, Bob 2337
Tail-stall surprise. Dewsnup, Dan Letter to the editor 206
The perfect paperless IFR bag: we used to haul around a binder that skewed aircraft weight and balance. Now it's a headset, an iPad and a flashlight to carry the dead batteries. What's the right bag for today's IFR? West, Jeff Van 1189
What makes you so special? 455

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