The Unstretchable Glide

When your only engine fails, it's ultimately up to you to choose where to land, not ATC.

The thing about airborne emergencies is that there are not that many scenarios in which using the radio will help. Sure, getting lost or trying to find better weather come to mind, but most emergencies depend on the pilot or crew to resolve them without external help. Failure of a single-engine airplane’s powerplant is an […]
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