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.

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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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