You Can’t Rush Things

When time is tight, a standard to-do list to prepare for a trip can help avoid oversights. But it can’t avoid surprises. Even when in a rush, there’s stuff you can’t skip.

Flying in the system is about, well, flying, and not so much about checking the boxes of 14 CFR Part 91-fill-in-the-blank. Yet the rules are always in the background, directing your tasks. You (usually) don’t check the regulations; moreover, they’re in different places in the rulebook, or in a different book altogether. And, they’re in […]
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