Icing Revealed

It's a wonderful autumn day with just enough clouds to give the sky texture and beauty. Beware! Those pretty clouds can present dangerous icing conditions.

Since the dawn of aviation, icing has emerged as one of the great hazards of flying. The 1994 American Eagle crash in Roselawn, Indiana, shows that this problem has dogged aviation well into the modern era and called the bluff of even trained and experienced pilots. Even in the 2000s, when numerical forecasting had become […]
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