AOPA Pilot Magazine - Turbine Edition

The Turbine Pilot edition includes all of the stories in AOPA Pilot, plus a few additional articles written specifically for pilots and owners of turbine-powered aircraft. If you fly a turbine aircraft, or will transition into one in the near future, call Member Services at 800-USA-AOPA for more information.

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September 2015 Volume 58 / Number 9

Touch Here

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The Debut of a New ProLine Fusion

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Touch and go

Enter the Pro Line Fusion Touch. Rolled out earlier this year, the launch platforms for this avionics suite will be the Beech King Air 350i, 250, and C90GTx.

Aug 10, 2015

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Mentor Matters: Databases on top of databases

As turbine aircraft host more and more sophisticated flight decks, they become more dependent on a humble item all too often taken for granted—the database.

Aug 10, 2015

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Market Report: Ups and downs

It almost seems natural that when worldwide climates are at their respective extremes, so are the seasonal sales cycles.

Aug 10, 2015

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Debrief: Mastering the visual approach

Many of my clients admit their fear of flying under visual flight rules (VFR).

Aug 10, 2015

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Quick Look: Pilatus PC–12

The Pilatus is ruggedly built and is just as at home on a grass runway as it would be on the ramp at the busiest airline hub.

Aug 10, 2015

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Turbine

This month, we look at Rockwell Collins’ new Pro Line Fusion Touch avionics suite.

Aug 10, 2015

Featured

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Safety Pilot Landmark Accident

A botched approach in a Cirrus SR22

Aug 10, 2015

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Mastering the Martin's Marauder

Finally, there is Flak-Bait, the B–26B-25-MA that rolled out of Martin’s Plant 2 in Middle River, Maryland, in April 1943.

Aug 10, 2015

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Aviation Legends: The world according to Clay Lacy

Aviation legend Clay Lacy has become synonymous with jet aircraft and Southern California, so it’s with some surprise that when he appears at a Wichita Aero Club luncheon, he’s introduced as a native son.

Aug 10, 2015

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Speedy Italian

Cessna workers, Tecnam appears to be aiming at your single-engine market.

Aug 04, 2015

Commentary

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Foundation Focus

Optimism and support keep GA flying

Aug 06, 2015

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President's Position

Introducing students to aviation

Aug 06, 2015

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Waypoints

Transitioning from one type to another builds skills

Aug 06, 2015

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Fly Well

Top 10 reasons pilots lose flying privileges

Aug 06, 2015

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Pilot Counsel

Five important traffic situations

Aug 06, 2015

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Letters: From our July 2015 issue

Our debates always generate a lot of mail from readers, and the discussion aboutthe best way to fly to OSH didn’t disappoint.

Aug 06, 2015

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License to Learn

Responding to angle-of-attack warnings

Aug 06, 2015

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Proficient Pilot

How wind affects your judgment

Aug 06, 2015

Departments

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AOPA Fly-In Colorado Springs, CO

A special section for the AOPA Fly-in at Colorado Springs, Colorado

Aug 11, 2015

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P&E: ADS-B

What early ADS-B Out adopters have to say

Aug 10, 2015

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Membership News & Notes

Member help still needed on medical reform

Aug 10, 2015

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Never Again: The long and winding river

I made a poor decision to attempt a flight into unfamiliar terrain, with marginal weather, and without a chart to follow.

Aug 10, 2015

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Pilots: 'Flight of Passage' author

Rinker Buck’s personal aviation history is literally an open book.

Aug 10, 2015

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Pilot Briefing: Budget Buy

Gulfstream/Grumman American AA–5A

Aug 07, 2015

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P&E: Avionics

Bringing a legacy Skyhawk into the twenty-first century

Aug 07, 2015

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P&E: Medical

FDA approval doesn’t mean an FAA blessing

Aug 07, 2015

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P&E: On Instruments

The procedures for dealing with lost communications when IFR are set down in FAR 91.185, but you might be able to avoid the pressure of having to immediately recall them when the heat is on.

Aug 07, 2015

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P&E: Frugal Flier

Nonaviation units show the way

Aug 07, 2015

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Pilot Briefing: Regulations

Tips for GA operators in the national airpace

Aug 07, 2015

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Test Pilot

AOPA Pilot magazine's Test Pilot section

Aug 07, 2015

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Pilot Briefing: Fly-Ins

Colorado Springs hosts September fly-in

Aug 07, 2015

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Pilot Briefing: Products

The Stratus 1S and 2S are evolutions of the market’s most popular route to subscription-free traffic and weather in the cockpit.

Aug 07, 2015

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Pilot Briefing: Saving Airports

An Alabama airport is revitalized

Aug 07, 2015

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Pilot Briefing: New Pilots

Summer camp provides broad exposure

Aug 07, 2015

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Pilot Briefing: AOPA 2015 You Can Fly Sweepstakes

Spins aren’t so tough, after all

Aug 07, 2015

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P&E: Ownership

Two nearly identical Cessna 172S models take the runway side by side for a real-world test of whether vortex generators make a measurable performance difference.

Aug 07, 2015

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Pilot Briefing: News

Electrifying battle above the English Channel

Aug 06, 2015

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