Scud Running At Night

A Bonanza pilot stumbles around in the dark, in instrument conditions, with predictable results.

From time to time, pilots are confronted with a set of circumstances posing a significant challenge to their ability to complete a mission. It might be a mechanical problem, but it most often involves uncooperative weather. The time-honored act of launching into poor weather to “take a look” sometimes works out, but the chances of […]
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