Winter-Flying Tips: Our Top Five

Having a cold-weather strategy means ensuring you and the airplane stay warm and healthy.

One pilot’s romantic ideal of flying might be the soft, sighing touchdown of a taildragger on freshly mowed grass at the end of a warm summer day. Another’s could involve a floatplane splashing down next to a favorite Alaskan fishing hole, or a sailplane working the thermals. No matter which of these might be your […]
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