It All Adds Up

No flight seems to go exactly as planned. Soi, flexibility is key. But flex too far and you could get into a bind. It's usually little things and enough of 'em make a big tangle.

Three hours in a single, even a roomy one like the sturdy Piper Dakota, seems to be about the maximum sitting time for most PICs and especially their passengers. It also happens to be a good time to refuel, as the typical four-to-five-hour endurance allows for landing with ample reserves when it’s time for a […]
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