Monthly Archives: June 2017

NOTAMs: “What if, instead, the Authorities had simply written what they meant?”

  Mark Zee’s statement above is sticking in my mind as I prepare for the IFR add on to my CFI.  Mainly because I see it leaking into how we learn. Archaic CFII and IFR prep questions remind me that … Continue reading

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Homage to the Skywagon (Cessna 180 / 185)

When I first got into aviation I called my company Skywagon Air Service.  That’s how nuts I was.  Nuts about the 180 / 185 that is.  In the basement, of this house, next to this 185, is where the company … Continue reading

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