Learning Experiences

February 2007 Issue

Close Encounter

It was a beautiful clear day for my VFR flight in a DiamondStar DA40. Approximately 15 minutes into the flight, level at 7500 feet and still monitoring CTAF and Ft. Wayne (Ind.) Approach simultaneously, one of my passengers spotted an airliner in the distance at my 10 o’clock position.

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