Tag Archives: Aeronautical Information Manual

You’re Doing WHAT? – Part 1 of 2

by Woody Minar Published in Midwest Flyer – August/September 2018 issue There’s a common theme among pilots – we love to fly and we have a desire to improve our skills regardless of our experience or certificate level. After all, … Continue reading

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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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Sign, Sign, Everywhere A Sign

by Hal Davis WisDOT Bureau of Aeronatuics Published in Midwest Flyer – June/July 2017 issue Humans tend to be creatures of habit. And while routines and habits may be helpful in some situations, they can be downright dangerous in others. … Continue reading

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Keeping Up To Date

by Nick Modders Aviation is a dynamic thing. Everything is changing all the time. Keeping track of what’s new can be a major undertaking. Here are some thoughts on easing at least a part of that burden. The Aeronautical Information Manual … Continue reading

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