Pilot Magazine January 2013

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January 2013 Volume 56 / Number 1

Light Sport Luxury. Bristell High End Luxury.
Cover Story | January 2013

Personal Vision: After designing LSAs for others, Milan Bristela built the Bristell his way.

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Feature

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Ownership: Winterize yourself

What to wear when Old Man Winter comes to stay.

Jan 01, 2013

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Frugal Flier: New life for old headsets

Simple update competes with ANR

Jan 01, 2013

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Right-seat confessions

Can't we all just get along? Guess not.

Jan 01, 2013

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PC-12 Progress

Watching a winner through the years

Jan 01, 2013

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Technique: Toughest airports

Learn how to land with tailwinds and steal lift from ridges.

Jan 01, 2013

Commentary

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President's Position: Focus on 2013

Supporting our mission and setting our priorities

Jan 01, 2013

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Letters

letters.html A former AOPA vice president of public relations, Charles Spence, celebrated the life of William Piper Sr. on the seventy-fifth anniversary of Piper Aircraft.

Jan 01, 2013

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License to learn: Lost skills

The total defeat of the feet

Jan 01, 2013

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Waypoints: Why do airplanes cost so much?

Facing GA's fiscal realities

Jan 01, 2013

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Proficient Pilot: Playing favorites

I've never met an airplane I didn't like

Jan 01, 2013

Department

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Proficiency: Hover like a hawk

Slow flight is an essential skill for pilots to understand and master, but practicing it can be a drag (literally and figuratively).

Dec 23, 2013

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Pilots: James Lipton

Inside this television host is a pilot

Jan 01, 2013

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Visual Approach

Aviation photography by Dan Bailey

Jan 01, 2013

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Pilot Briefing

Pilots, watch what you eat The right foods for flightby Alton K. Marsh Everything pilots eat is pretty much wrong.

Jan 01, 2013

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AOPA Action

Responding to member concerns, AOPA and the Experimental Aircraft Association will request an exemption that would allow many pilots flying the most common single-engine aircraft recreationally to use a driver's license and self-certification medical standard.

Jan 01, 2013

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