Going Below Minimums

You break out at minimums, see the runway, and think you’ve got the landing made. Really? Are you sure you’ve thought all this through?

Operations below minimums on an instrument approach can be quite simple if the ceilings and visibilities are significantly above minimums. But when the chips are down along with the ceilings and visibilities, things aren’t quite so simple. Let’s take a deep dive into what it takes to get an airplane on the ground after a […]
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