A Beechcraft King Air 350’s left wing is shown shortly after its deicing boots were activated. Note the fractured ice layer toward the wing’s leading edge and the persistence of the relatively thin portion of ice near the boots’ trailing edge.
Flight in known icing is one of the challenges of flying equipped aircraft. The systems and their limitations is another.
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