Personal Minimums?

They're fine...until they aren't. Applying objective values to subjective situations can create a conflict, perhaps forcing you to break them. What then?

When considering the industry’s take on risk management, one of the arrows in the quiver is something called personal minimums. One idea behind personal minimums is that the FAA’s regulations are minimum standards—we’re free to exceed them: If VFR requires three miles and 1000 feet, why not bump that up to five miles and 2000 […]
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