Summer Patterns

An awareness of the typical weather patterns you’ll encounter when flying in airspace to which you are not accustomed can help you stay out of trouble.

Summertime almost certainly means vacations, cookouts, and maybe some time on the beach. There are airshows, fly-ins, $100 hamburgers, and of course AirVenture at the end of July. Whatever the destination, there’s a good chance you’ll be putting in some flight hours in the coming months. Flying outside your home area means unknown weather patterns […]
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