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Waypoints: Morning flight

Pilot Magazine | Sep 29, 2015

When I pulled the Piper Super Cub’s throttle control to idle I had one of those, “Oh, yeah,” moments as I reacquainted myself with seaplane flying.

Waypoints: Can we tech?

Pilot Magazine | Sep 01, 2015

Technology has a way of sneaking up on us. Something new shows up. We adapt and use it. Life goes on. But when you look back over even a relatively short period of time, the change is astounding.


Pilot Magazine | Aug 06, 2015

Transitioning from one type to another builds skills

On level ground

Pilot Magazine | Jul 01, 2015

Thinking of the three As of general aviation, Airports is the one that shines the brightest.

Waypoints: Polishing the fleet

Pilot Magazine | Jun 03, 2015

The enormous number of airplanes manufactured in the 1960s and 1970s continues to serve us well, even all these decades later.

Waypoints: Not one thing can be done

Pilot Magazine | May 06, 2015

News Flash: The general aviation pilot population is in decline.


Pilot Magazine | Apr 03, 2015

In talking with Cessna Caravan owners about how they use their airplanes (see “Winnebago on the Water,” page 84), I was reminded of the importance of friendship and camaraderie in aviation.

Russ is my co-pilot

Pilot Magazine | Mar 09, 2015

One might assume that two pilots onboard are better than one, but many of us have seen examples where two heads are not necessarily better than one.

Not so alone

Pilot Magazine | Feb 03, 2015

Slogging through the murk fearing a two-degree temperature drop may lead to an icing encounter, darkness setting in, facing a low approach at an unfamiliar airport with terrain around.

Automation: A balanced approach

Pilot Magazine | Jan 08, 2015

The debate about the proper role of automation in the cockpit probably started the day that Sperry Corporation developed the first autopilot in 1912.