Break the error chain with your iPad

The day you have been preparing for the past 3 months has finally…

What I learned by attending the Aircraft Electronics Association Annual Convention

I had the pleasure of attending the 64th annual Aircraft Electronics…

My experience as a rusty pilot – Part IV

Editor's Note: Welcome to the final installment of Chris McGonegle’s…
172 landing

My experience as a rusty pilot – Part III

Editor's Note: Welcome to part three of a four-part series on…

My experience as a rusty pilot – part II

Editor's Note: Welcome to part two of a four-part series on Chris…

My experience as a rusty pilot

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Welcome to part one of a four-part series on Chris McGonegle’s…

What I Learned While Learning to Fly – Four Tips for Aspiring Student Pilots

Pilots are an eager group to get new prospective students into…

Giving back – a fun day at the airport

Like many of you, my flying has been on a hiatus for the past…
Grass runway

Why taildraggers improve your flying skills – and how to do it in a 172

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I know when I checked out in a Citabria about 15 years ago, it changed how I thought about the landing process and it recalibrated my “seat of your pants” flight instrument (that we all have). My landings weren’t always pretty, but the experience taught me to focus on three things in particular.

A Brief History of the World (of Aviation)

The Beginning October 12, 1492.  July 4, 1776.  July 20, 1969. …