Night Moves

Since humans can't see well in the dark, we have to pay a little extra attention to the details if we want our night flying to be successful.

I have something of a love-hate relationship with night flying. On one hand, I love the view of a city lit up at night, or the stars overhead, when away from ground lighting. There’s also the relatively low activity levels at airports and on ATC frequencies, the smoother air and how it’s easier to spot […]
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