Increased Workload

Mix a long day, no autopilot, a good—but not quite sufficient—knowledge of the avionics, and low weather and you've increased your workload significantly.

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Since starting in 1984, I’ve logged over 1800 hours in more than 45 aircraft types. As much of this has been in the past four years under the employ of a major avionics shop, the recent experience factor provides a bit of confidence, especially since I’m quite familiar with most avionics offered today. A trip […]
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