While NDBs are becoming rare, the bearing pointer skills used to fly them are extraordinarily useful, both as a mental exercise and in practical 21st century IFR operation. Read more →
Category: AOPA Pilot
Alone, Overseas–and Clueless?
Third-party flight planners can be worth their weight in gold. They can also cause migraines if you don’t remain sufficiently involved in the planning process. Read more →
Connecting the Dots
Everyone talks about the airlines, but corporate aviation has its own pilot population shortages, too. Read more →
Flights to Remember
I was recently asked to contribute to the Turbine Edition of AOPA Pilot magazine. My first article: a series of “flights to remember”. Read more →