Features

November 2013 Issue

Abnormals

It’s not on a checklist anywhere, but you’ve got a problem. Improvise, and fly the airplane until it comes to a stop.

Things can go “bump” in the night. Daytime, too. Most of them either have been considered before or encountered by someone, resulting in a section of your AFM/POH labeled “Emergency Procedures.”

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