Stuck with a Visual

The most common approach is the most efficient when the weather’s good, mainly because it’s flexible. But it’s not always simple. So add in some underutilized tools to help.

Flying a reliable but legacy-equipped airplane, you’re looking for a way to make it into Tucker-Guthrie Memorial Airport, Harlan, Kentucky, (I35) with an IFR flight plan ending with a visual approach, or just VFR. It’s a long way from home in the flatlands of central Illinois—a one state to the southeast—but a 50-gallon getaway is […]
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