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Night school: many night-flying accidents result from both a failure to plan and a failure to see. The human eye makes it hard to do one, but we're in charge of the other. Jan 1, 2010 2401
Inadvertent IFR: without an IFR ticket, avoiding IMC requires proper preflight planning. Since merely wishing you were back in VMC won't work, what comes next is crucial. Oct 1, 2009 2468
Induction icing: knowing how and when induction icing happens can help you prevent it. May 1, 2009 2501
Maximizing efficiency: spending some extra time effort to minimize drug and weight while changing the way you fly can pay real dividends. Oct 1, 2008 2545
Keep the sparks arcing: most pilots know the average GA engine uses technology dating from the 1930s, but little more. Ensuring there's always a hot spark can help keep them cool. Feb 1, 2007 2358
Five ILS gotchas: flying the ILS isn't rocket science, but there are a few mistakes pilots regularly make. Knowing what they are and how to prevent them can keep you out of the weeds. Jan 1, 2007 2754
Cold-weather prep: as winter sets in, it's time to change our thinking to accommodate the weather. We can start with prepping for cold-weather flying. Nov 1, 2006 2672
A little ice? 'Tis the season-time to stop thinking thunderstorms and start thinking ice. And while you're thinking, ask yourself-how much ice is too much? Jan 1, 2006 2497

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