An Icy ODP

Making sure you can meet the minimal climb performance called for in an Obstacle Departure Procedure is one thing. Having a contingency plan if you suddenly can’t is another

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Rime ice giving your Cessna 210 a quarter-inch coating was the inbound surprise to Mission Field in Livingston, Montana. As one accustomed to life without ice protection, you were careful in the planning and had an alternate, but you simply didn’t expect to pick up that much extra drag on approach. Still, cloud levels were […]
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