From TAAs to Terrain

RNAV approaches are workload friendly, but many do have flight-planning catches. Add an unfamiliar airport and a small mountain range, and the to-do pile gets, well, higher.

When thinking about mountain airp, states like Wyoming and Colorado come to mind. But there are plenty of mountainous destinations outside the Rockies. Head 1400 miles southeast, where the Blue Ridge Mountains offer breathtaking landscapes and lots to do in the great outdoors. While on a much smaller scale than out West, these landforms do […]
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