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The passage of a cold front affords opportunity for a scenic flight over south Florida's Jupiter Island.
The most fun you can have in an airplane.
Just talking on the radio does not make pilots safe, but exchanging relevant information can certainly help reduce risk and make pilots safer.
Atmospheric pressure varies hour to hour and place to place; so how does the instrument, the altimeter, reflect a correct height above ground when the base line reference is constantly changing?
Within aviation, it is generally accepted that tailwheel pilots have stick and rudder skills superior to the average pilot; also, many pilots suspect that tailwheel pilots have more fun.
This section will help keep those legends alive with a resource for tailwheel pilots.
If you fly a taildragger, if you have fun flying and airplane, you will enjoy my most popular essays specific to tailwheel topics.
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