January 2011 Issue


I appreciated your article and will endeavor to be more conscious of dealing when pilots are in the right seat ("Right Seat Tips," October 2010) in the future. Several years ago, in a rented 172, while on final for Runway 27 at Oshkosh, Wis., to attend EAA’s AirVenture, and after controllers directed a turn to base sooner than I would have done, I let a presumed more-experienced pilot in the right seat take the controls to demonstrate a slideslip. I will not do that again.

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