Common Approach Mistakes

Keeping a watchful eye out for these pitfalls will help the needles to stay centered and the aircraft on-profile

When I am doing check rides, training and instrument proficiency checks, I take a lot of notes. My goal is to write down symptoms needing attention, such as altitude deviation or airspeed mismanagement, and find solutions. Most pilots strive for professionalism, and they work with me to identify those solutions. During post-flight briefings, I start […]
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