Simulating partial panel used to be so easy: slap a cover over one or two of the instruments and let the fun begin! In an era of integrated glass panel avionics, however, it’s not always so simple. Take the G1000 for example. The FAA doesn’t like us pulling circuit breakers, so they ask instructors and examiners to use a method that’s far less realistic. That might be better for the electronics… but what about the pilot? Read more →
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When Glass Breaks
Odd electrical gremlins lead to partial panel flight in an SR-22 Read more →
Are Needle, Ball, and Airspeed Obsolete?
I teach glass panel. I’m a fan of glass panel. But we need to stay proficient on the steam gauges, too! Here’s why. Read more →