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November 2013 Issue

Real-World Risk Management II

The author’s multi-leg trip continues, without icing but with thunderstorms, and a reminder about how health-related surprises can change everything.

In the first part of this series (Aviation Safety, September 2013), I related how I use practical risk management to meet the challenges of using my Beech Bonanza for virtually all of my domestic business travel. I will continue that tale here, using a multi-stop business trip that I conducted in June 2013. In the first part, the challenges were mainly environmental, namely the coming together of mountainous terrain and icing conditions.

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