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Designing the Approach Customized Instrument Procedures

Designing the Approach Customized Instrument Procedures

You are cleared for the RNAV RWY 19R approach at Dulles (KIAD) flying the LPV. At LAUGH waypoint, you are at 3,000 MSL and start your descent on the glide path. The METAR shows a ceiling of 300 AGL, just above minimums. You break out of the clouds just before the DA of 478 and Read More

Let’s Talk Fuel: Strategy and Tactics

Let’s Talk Fuel: Strategy and Tactics

From recent NTSB preliminary reports: A Piper PA46-310P was substantially damaged during a forced landing while on approach to Poughkeepsie, New York. The pilot and two passengers were seriously injured, and one passenger sustained minor injuries. The airplane came to rest upright among trees and brush. The was no evidence of fuel, no fuel spillage, and Read More

Top Turboprop Series: Pre-Owned King Air C90 and King Air 200

  Anyone who has read my writing knows that I absolutely love the King Air lineup of airplanes. Rugged, reliable and easy to fly and maintain. And today, there are many types of King Airs serving in a multitude of general aviation and military roles, each with specific abilities and associated costs. The highly successful Read More