IFR Emergencies

Losing your PFD in IMC is definitely an emergency, and a successful outcome will depend on how much you've practiced for it using realistic scenarios.

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There you are, droning along in the clag toward your destination. You still have over an hour before your ETA and the frequency isn’t all that busy, so you’ve eased the seat back a bit to stretch your legs while George flies. In a few minutes, you’ll get the ATIS and load the expected approach, […]
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