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was wondering if there is anyway i can go back several issues? there is a picture of a person who looks like my cousin and would like to send him that picture.
any help would be appreciated. thanks
This site is good. I wish I could say the same for the magazine. I ordered the magazine in October and have yet to receive my first issue. The phone number is bogus, so how do I receive the back issues and the current issues?
In the past back issues were available through the publisher. I cannot confirm if this is still the case.
You can order print back issues of Flying magazine by calling Flying Subscriber Services: 1-800-678-0797 (toll-free, US only) or 1-386-246-0411.
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I was saddened to read (in the January, 2011, issue of Flying Magazine) about the Cessna T-303 that was involved in a fatal crash near Mill Creek, IN. My former employer was the original owner of that aircraft and I put the intial 1500+ hours on it. It was not the fastest light-twin on the market, however, it was an easy and comfortable machine to fly and it had an excellent dispatch reliability. We used it without incident for a number of years before our expanding business needs required trading up to a twin-turboprop aircraft.
Over the years, pilot fatigue has often been cited by the FAA and NTSB as a primary or secondary causal factor in far too many aviation accidents. In spite of these recurring reports, it continues to be a serious problem that we have not been able to entirely eliminate from the cockpit. Keep up the reminders.
Take extra care to avoid activities that might detract from flying.
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