Fast-Movers, Close By

Military training routes flown by high-speed jets at general aviation altitudes are a fact of life. While they're charted, additional details can be hard to come by.

I started learning to fly at the quaint, waterfront Albert-Whitted Airport in St. Petersburg, Fla., back in the 1980s. It was a great place to fly—beautiful scenery, plenty of options of places to go for practice landings and a reasonably easy airspace set up to facilitate painless statewide cross-country flights. There was one caveat, however. Just […]
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