Fly In The Yellow Arc?

The airspeed range between Vno and Vne isn't a noman's land, but conditions have to be good to go there. Getting back from there might be a challenge, too.

One instrument almost all aircraft have is an airspeed indicator. Of course, it’s important to know how fast we’re going, if for no other reason than bragging rights, and that’s true for airplanes, rotorcraft, gliders and even dirigibles (hot air balloons need not apply). Piston-powered personal airplanes, meanwhile, often have a bunch of color-coded markings […]
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