Articles for All Pilots
- Altitude Critical Areas – this article was published in the Wings of Carolina Newsletter.
- Two Pilot Cockpit – this article was supposed to be published in the Wings of Carolina newsletter but I think it got dropped in an editor changeover.
- Talking to Yourself – it can really help you fly better!
- On landings.
- Logging time – it’s not as straightforward as you might think (or hope).
- Flying Your Kitchen Table – the poor persons cockpit procedure trainer.
- Non-owned aircraft insurance – often called renters insurance and why you might need it.
- Preparing for a Flight Review.
- Using A Checklist – why checklists are a good idea.
- Using Air Traffic Control services – some advice and pointers to reading in the AIM and additional books.
- Personal Minimums – we know what the regulations say, what are you comfortable with?
- Aircraft Lights – know when to use them.
- Radio Management
- Stable Approaches
- Aircraft Leasebacks
- Standard Callouts
Instrument Training or Flying
- Obtaining an Instrument Rating – some advice for those thinking of getting an instrument rating.
- Pairing up for IFR training – train with a friend, it can be fun and efficient!
Global Positioning System (GPS)
- How to operate your GPS – not model specific, what you should know about your GPS.
- CFI checklists – CFI’s need some memory checklists they can use to backup their clients when thy’re preparing the plane for flight.
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