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By Paul Van Brunt
CFI MEI IGI Faast Team Rep 

Weather Flying Again

 

October 1, 2020

Photo courtesy of Paul Van Brunt

The summer is fading fast and the weather change is inevitable; no more high clouds and light rain, its low clouds, fog, and yes snow for the general aviation flying. If you have an instrument rating are you prepared? Remember all the acronyms that are used? Things can get intimidating fast if you have not flown in the weather in a while, and without using the auto pilot.

With new technology we have auto pilot approaches that are becoming common in GA aircraft, but what happens if the auto pilot decides it needs a break? Can you continue on a nice stable approach or does panic set in and sw...



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