What’s Your Profile?

Design your profiles and use them rigorously to inject standardization and consistency into your flying, and to ultimately improve safety.

Let’s discuss profiles—for flight, not social media—that provide whatto- do-at-each-point guidelines that govern how you fly your airplane. During an IFR lesson, I often get questions like: “What speed should I be flying before intercepting the localizer?” Or, “When is a good time to put the gear down?” These and many other questions can be […]
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