Tag Archives: Instrument Pilot

The Quiet, Comfortable Ones

by Harold Green Published in Midwest Flyer – February/March 2018 In every group of pilots, there is a minority who appear to be quite comfortable with their own abilities and judgment. When the challenges of the day appear to most … Continue reading

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Tips That Will Help You In Instrument Flying!

by Michael J. “Mick” Kaufman Published in Midwest Flyer – April/May 2017 It always saddens me to hear about aircraft accidents, but I always try to think of items to write about, which may help pilots avoid them in the … Continue reading

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Is A Safety Pilot Acting As Second In Command? Not Necessarily!

by Greg Reigel If you are an instrument rated pilot, you know that you have to be “current” in order to legally exercise the privileges of an instrument rating as pilot-in-command. Specifically, in order to act as pilot-in-command of an … Continue reading

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Beware & Be Aware!

by Harold Green The focus of this discussion is operations in a non-towered airport environment. Please note that the use of the term “non-towered,” rather than uncontrolled is deliberate. That’s because in effect non-towered airports are really pilot-controlled. This system … Continue reading

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