Article | Apr 29, 2011
Volume 11, Issue 17 — APRIL 29, 2011 In This Issue: Industry, FAA seek fix for knowledge tests AOPA slams L.A.’s attack on Santa Monica Need a flight plan form? FT News | INSIDE AOPA | TRAINING PRODUCTS | FINAL EXAM SPONSOR TRAINING TIPs Looking out below An old saying that every pilot should know states: “From hot to cold, look out below.” Wait a minute—that’s not how the familiar mnemonic goes. It should be, “When flying from a high to a low, look out below.” The second adage is more familiar, but both are true, and both offer ways to learn the complex behavior of a very simple cockpit instrument: the altimeter.
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