No Approach Here

Flying to a rural airport with no IAP? Remember VFR? It co-exists with IFR and for many, it's a normal way to get around while remaining in the system-mostly.

Unless you’re one of those lucky pilots who fly only from big, comfy airports with at least a part-time tower, copying and canceling IFR clearances while airborne are routine. And while it’s not as common to file IFR to a destination with no instrument procedures, there are plenty of such airports scattered around, so it […]
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