Features April 2018 Issue
When facing a little-to-no-vis departure through a fog layer, you can always wait it out. But when it’s legal to go, should you? Would you?
For some, the shoulder seasons mean ideal flying weather – crisp spring and fall mornings with great visibility, often under a stable ceiling. These conditions offer fantastic climb performance, and the lack of bugs splattered all over the windshield is a plus. Morning fog, too, is pretty to look at, although it sure puts a damper on early-bird departures.