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Pattern Operations Revisited

by Harold Green Published in Midwest Flyer – June/July 2018 issue It seems that traffic patterns at pilot-controlled airports remain a source of concern for general aviation, as the majority of accidents happen in the pattern. It would be oversimplification … Continue reading

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Confidence vs. Complacency

by Harold Green Recently, I was asked, “How does a pilot develop confidence in his/her piloting ability?” My answer is weak because everyone reacts differently and I am certainly not an expert, or anything remotely close to it, when it … Continue reading

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