Learning Experiences

November 2010 Issue

Stay On The Yellow Stripe

I had flown my experimental airplane from California to Kansas to attend a plane-builder’s reunion. I departed early in the morning, after drinking a lot of coffee. Soon, it needed relief. I tried everything to ease the pressure but after two hours, I had to land pronto. I used the NRST button on the Garmin and found my way to Pratt, Kan. The landing was uneventful.

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