Features

March 2015 Issue

In The Belly Of The Beast

You should never, ever, ever, fly into a thunderstorm. If you’re even thinking about it, you probably have a whole different set of problems, and there may be no choice. With that in mind, here are some suggestions on how to keep things pointed in the right direction—and the wings on—adopted from the FAA’s Advisory Circular AC 00-24C, Thunderstorms.

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