Decisions In The System

The hands-on part of flying an airplane, even single-pilot IFR, is easy. Managing your flight - making decisions in real time - is the hard part.

It was annual time again for my employer’s A36 Bonanza. It’s worth the trip from our base in Wichita, Kan., to Bob Ripley’s Southern Aero in Griffin, Ga., just south of Atlanta, for his level of expert attention. I chose Birmingham, Ala. (BHM), for a fuel stop; not the cheapest avgas, but one where I […]
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