Unfamiliar Choices

Without some research, it's easy to miss right traffic patterns or the best options when an engine goes walkabout shortly after takeoff at new-to-us locations

The day’s mission was to get me and my Debonair from Wichita, Kansas, to Las Vegas, Nevada, in loose formation with a friend who would be flying his Piper Comanche 180. Although we had scheduled this trip weeks ago, we both presumed the other guy a) had done this before and b) knew how. Over […]
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