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Squeezing past T-storms: are there simple rules for thunderstorm navigation even a computer could use? Possibly, but success for the human pilot is as much intuition as information. Aug 1, 2010 2131
Semi-stable approaches: by creating an approach standard that tightens progressively, you keep your options open while maintaining control. May 1, 2009 2024
Panels of the past: after nearly 80 years of keeping the dirty side down using round gauges, the age of attitude-instrument flying may be on its way out. Oct 1, 2008 1190
Old-school storm flying: satellite-smart avionics are great, but storm savvy and level-headed resolve are equally important tools for the T-storm season. Aug 1, 2008 2161
Two new words for ATC: don't wait for the FAA to create the next generation of air traffic control. Get better service using the technology you already have. Apr 1, 2008 2145
Transition to turbines: more and more pilots are making the switch to turbine-powered mounts. But when they do, they find it's not all roses. Nov 1, 2007 2285
Go get your ATP: when your best intentions for proficiency get pushed aside, try a little pink slip fright and bragging rights for motivation. Sep 1, 2007 1415
Getting to the airshow: it's the season to fly in to airshows big and small. Everyone is watching. Don't leave them sadly shaking their heads. Jun 1, 2007 1357
Approaches in a hurry: sometimes you've got to get set up for the approach at lightning speed. The secret is to pretend there's no hurry at all. Mar 1, 2007 1866
Life after capstone: like a 10,000 hour Cessna 150 with a new paint job, the FAA's plans for the future of air traffic control bears some closer inspection. Feb 1, 2007 1802
Going vertical: the VNAV feature seems to be the last trick pilots learn on their GPS, yet it has the greatest potential to make you fly like a pro. Jan 1, 2007 1000
The perfect panel: the options for a panel upgrade have exploded in recent years, which makes for amazing improvements--and headaches. Sep 1, 2006 2253
Punching high: in these days of four-dollar-a-gallon Avgas, burning a little oxygen on your trip can save real money--as well avoid real headaches. Aug 1, 2006 1891
Zero-zero departures: clear air is only seconds away above the damn fog. Now the question is: Do you have the right stuff to get there? Jun 1, 2006 1399
A scud-running rating: hood time can't prepare you for the low-level maneuvering in low visibility that's part of the IFR diet. Welcome to the real world. May 1, 2006 2296
The lost art of heading: even in the modern world of airplane symbols on magenta lines, sharp heading and CDI skills are still golden tools. Mar 1, 2006 1926

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