Unpleasant Surprises

Despite having (most of) the big picture, controllers aren't mind readers. Be sure to tell them your plan so they can plan accordingly.

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When I was learning to fly, my instructor would say, “A good flight comes from good information.” Surprises in the cockpit aren’t generally good things. To avoid them, you absorb data, whether it’s a preflightweather brief, the information on the ATIS, or what your instruments are telling you. You take these disparate pieces and assemble […]
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