A truly inspirational talk by Brian Shul:
Was privileged to fly with a friend yesterday evening and got some practice in a different aircraft (low wing). Here is the path we took along with some ‘turning around a point’ practice:
It’s blank today, but I hope to see this filled in before Sep 2018:
I’ve noticed that gathering aviation info can be frustrating. It’s never in one place and when you find one thing it often refers to something else like a FAR/eCFR, or AIM, or the Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge (FAA-H-8083-25B), etc. Definitely a challenge to put it all together.
airnav (links to FAA airport diagrams)
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