No Plan For That

If equipment goes bad on departure, a Plan B for a quick return might do the trick. Or, maybe it's safer to keep climbing and use Plan C. Or, perhaps...

Departures into low clouds might not be your thing, and that’s fine. Staying on the ground is the ultimate risk mitigation for absolutely any concern. But departing in IMC is common practice and can mean anything below three statute miles of visibility and/or ceilings below 1000 feet. That’s a wide weather window when deciding if […]
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