Monthly Archives: June 2011

Controlled

Today’s flight was another short cross country in the system. I filed the flight plans over and back to Immokalee (KIMM) before heading to the airport this morning. I remembered to file alternate airports for both destinations this time, since … Continue reading

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The KNS-80

A couple of people have asked me about the navigation radio I have installed in my plane. Normally, I would just add information like this into a post about a lesson, but I didn’t want to clutter up a description … Continue reading

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IFR to Melbourne

Today’s flight was another IFR flight up to Melbourne, Florida. This is a little further north than last week’s flight to Ft. Pierce. Before the flight this week, Joel wanted me to do the flight plan and file it with … Continue reading

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In “The System”

Today was another very interesting and educational lesson. Joel and I met first this morning to review flight planning and how to file an IFR flight plan. Our flight today would be up to Ft. Pierce and back. Ft. Pierce … Continue reading

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Real Partial Panel Flying

Today’s flight was another safety pilot flight. This time, I was back with Douglas. The goal was to try and wrap up my safety pilot hours so I could get back to my lessons with Joel. I still need two … Continue reading

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Another Safety Pilot Flight

This evening was another flight with a safety pilot. This time it was with a friend of mine, Winston. He is a little older than Douglas (my last safety pilot), and has about the same number of hours as me, … Continue reading

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