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Features April 2018 Issue

Morning Commute

Morning Commute

When facing a little-to-no-vis departure through a fog layer, you can always wait it out. But when its 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.

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