AOPA Pilot Magazine - Turbine Edition September 2012

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September 2012 Volume 55 / Number 9

The Global 6000
Cover Story | September 2012

Bombardier's new vision. 

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Commentary

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Pilot Counsel: FARs 91.105 and 91.107

The rules on seat belts and shoulder harnesses.

Sep 01, 2012

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Fly Well: Practice good strokes

Stroking a cat soothes him and you, stroking egos beguiles, and doing the breast stroke in the pool exhilarates. And that’s about it for good strokes.

Sep 01, 2012

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Letters

“License to Learn” columnist Rod Machado first pondered why instructors don’t embrace stick-and-rudder training in April 2012 and followed up with the overwhelming response in his July column. I just finished reading Rod Machado’s article (“A Hot Topic!” July 2012) and say a hearty amen to the comments in favor of stick-and-rudder training.

Sep 01, 2012

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License to learn: Free to choose

So how many is too many?

Sep 01, 2012

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President's Position: Going low and slow

Exercising my freedom to fly across America.

Sep 01, 2012

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Proficient Pilot: Look, Ma, no elevator!

When primary flight controls become a problem.

Sep 01, 2012

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Waypoints: Correcting a bad attitude

Dealing with some negative juju.

Sep 01, 2012

Featured

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Technique: Water, water everywhere

Water-crossing considerations

Sep 09, 2012

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Safety Pilot Landmark Accident: Pointing fingers

This month's Landmark Accident is notable not because of the accident; visual flight into marginal VFR or instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) is not as rare as it should be. There are constant reminders by the Air Safety Institute and most aviation publications and websites that this is not a life-prolonging activity. Rather, it was the legal maneuvering afterward that nearly changed the training landscape.

Sep 01, 2012

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Avionics: Time to join the fray

Subscription-free weather and traffic from Garmin

Sep 01, 2012

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Cessna's X factor

Photography by Mike Fizer With the trend line on the airspeed indicator nudging toward a rotation speed of 75 knots, I didn’t rotate, but instead squeezed my left elbow into the Cessna Corvalis TTX’s armrest. The nose popped up to fill the chevron on the flight director, set to the takeoff/go-around position, and away we went.

Sep 01, 2012

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French lessons

How French aero clubs nurture the nation's GA community

Sep 01, 2012

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Flight before Christmas

A little boy goes home

Sep 01, 2012

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Fly-Outs: California bush pilots

Windy adventure in the Channel Islands

Sep 01, 2012

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Ownership: No TC, no problem

THE Adam A500 seemed to have a promising future, but fewer than a dozen were built. The Varga Kachina (above) looks unusual, and that's because it is.

Sep 01, 2012

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First look at the Global 6000

Bombardier's latest Global gets a new Vision

Sep 01, 2012

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Mentor Matters: Go with the flow

Flow patterns add to safety and efficiency for single pilots

Sep 01, 2012

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