Cockpit Complacency

Experience might tell us we can tackle a cold front VFR at night, but it's never a good idea.

Any pilot who has used a personal airplane for regular transportation has had to negotiate bad weather. By the time you accumulate more than 4500 hours of flight time, it’s likely you have dealt with a cold front or three, plus night IMC and a variety of other challenges. With that kind of flight experience […]
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