The End Of Six Delta Fox

Failing to properly manage fuel is one of those accident types that always has a less-than-optimal outcome. And it's always the pilot's fault.

When my student crashed last week, I was one of the first to know. After experiencing relief that there were no injuries and disappointment that the Tecnam P2002 Sierra likely would not fly again, an unsettling feeling—was there something more I could have done?—took over. Maybe by relating in detail what happened, what decisions the […]
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