Hot Fun In The Summertime

The days are longer, and so are the runway requirements. You may not perform as well, either, and a thoughtful approach to the season can pay many dividends.

Each season presents its own set of weather challenges. In winter, icing may be more prevalent, along with low ceilings, freezing precipitation and snow-covered runways. Tailwinds can be epic; so can headwinds. Spring and fall can be mirror images, but both often come with good-weather clouds and great visibilities, plus gusty winds and constant change. […]
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