Tem-Work In Tampa

“Pop” and “hiss” are not aircraft-friendly sounds. Whether you’re prepared for them and how you handle them can make a critical difference.

The Lear 35 medical-transport flight on which I was the captain had just departed Tampa International (KTPA) for Portland, ME (KPWM) carrying an elderly patient and his wife. It was a busy departure as we were already looking for deviations around the typical Florida summertime thunderstorms. The “pop”—accompanied by the sound of rushing air—came just […]
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