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Articles from IFR (June 1, 2012)

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Controller dismisses emergency call. Brief article 105
European IFR changes: new European regs may dramatically increase the number of private instrument pilots, but will force FAA license holders resident in Europe to be dual-qualified. Thorpe, Jim Column 2607
Getting all the NOTAMs: getting most of the NOTAMs is easy. Getting the rest isn't. The problem is that there's a tiny, but non-zero, chance that what you don't know can, in fact, hurt you. Smith, Lee 1538
Later life flight: part two. Van West, Jeff 634
Low over water: ATC is in charge of traffic management, and we're in charge of getting to our destination alive. When those responsibilities are in conflict, it's up to us to prioritize. Haber, Dennis R. 1090
Notams. Brief article 107
On the air. 616
Say (your) intentions. Nicholson, Kent D. Letter to the editor 298
Seven-mile final? Rally? Johnson, Danl Letter to the editor 371
Staying sharp, a bit at a time. Lincoln, Steve Gorman Letter to the editor 124
Steam (gauge) power. Letter to the editor 372
The hail detector: one problem with trying to expand your weather savvy is understanding what additional information is useful and what isn't. Here's our take on a current hot item: VIL. Dennstaedt, Scott 1101
The quiz. 859
Troublesome t and a: you've got to mind the details when it comes to takeoff and alternate notes. But it doesn't help when the details themselves don't make logical sense. Van West, Jeff 812
VOR? Wazzat? Lebel, Ron Letter to the editor 208
Your best-laid plans: setting up for the expected approach when you're 30 minutes out is simple. It's handling those last-minute changes to a different approach that tests your mettle. Bowlin, Frank 2019

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