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Expecting the Unexpected: Beating the “Startle Effect”

by Richard Morey Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine June/July 2022 Digital Issue The FAA is particularly good at identifying accident trends and developing Safety Team training to address the underlying issues. Lately, the “Startle Effect” has received a great deal … Continue reading

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Crosswind Landings, Theory & Practice

by Richard Morey © Copyright 2022. All rights reserved! Published In Midwest Flyer Magazine February/March 2022 Online Issue You never forget your first solo. Mine happened nearly 48 years ago, March 24, 1974. I remember the day quite clearly. It … Continue reading

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Turn Time Twist/Track Throttle Talk

by Richard Morey © Copyright 2021. All rights reserved! Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine – December 2021/January 2022 Online Issue Winter is a wonderful time to fly. Aircraft perform well in the crisp, dense air, so long as you can … Continue reading

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Avoiding Runway Incursions… Make Your Taxi Decisions Part of Your Cross-Country Planning

by Richard Morey © 2021 October. All rights reserved! Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine Online October/November 2021 Issue Runway incursions are on the rise. Much of this increase is associated with almost a year’s inactivity by many general aviation pilots. … Continue reading

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Dedicated & Professional Staff Help FBO Maintain Tradition of Excellence!

by Dave Weiman Published in Midwest Flyer – February/March 2019 issue One of the oldest, continuously family-operated, full-service fixed base operations in Wisconsin, is Morey Airplane Company at Middleton Municipal Airport – Morey Field in Middleton, Wisconsin. Third generation Morey … Continue reading

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From Washington To Washington

Published in Midwest Flyer – December 2017/January 2018 issue Field Morey, an FAA-Certified Flight Instructor from Medford, Oregon, with roots in Wisconsin, and Conrad Teitell of Greenwich, Connecticut, an attorney with Cummings & Lockwood, successfully flew to all 49 state … Continue reading

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Morey Airplane Company Named Wisconsin Aviation Business of The Year

WAUSAU-ROTHSCHILD, WIS. – The Wisconsin Aviation Trades Association (WATA) has named Morey Airplane Company – a Middleton, Wisconsin business since 1946 – “Wisconsin Aviation Business of the Year.” The award was presented to Morey Airplane Company President Richard Morey on … Continue reading

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Morey Airplane Company Named Wisconsin Aviation Business of The Year

WAUSAU-ROTHSCHILD, WIS. – The Wisconsin Aviation Trades Association (WATA) has named Morey Airplane Company – a Middleton, Wisconsin business since 1946 – “Wisconsin Aviation Business of the Year.” The award was presented to Morey Airplane Company President Richard Morey on … Continue reading

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Simulator Training Staying Current (and more important, competent) Without Burning Gas!

by Richard Morey, CFII The weather, the economic climate, and your schedule all seem to conspire to keep you grounded. This can be frustrating, especially if you need a few approaches to keep your instrument currency intact. The good news … Continue reading

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The Scan Knowing What To Glance At & When

by Richard Morey, CFII All instrument pilots have heard over and over again that the key to being a good instrument pilot is “the scan.” This seems simple enough, but simple does not mean easy. Developing a good scan technique … Continue reading

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