Lessons Learned From Flying the Mail

After more than 30 years and 25,000 hours of flying as a freight dog, this pilot knew the unexpected and unplanned would happen.
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Over The Rockies With No Alternator

And that was the good news…
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Look Out, Rapid City!

A return to "needle, ball, and airspeed" saves a B-24 crew.
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‘Talk to Me Goose’

A pilot flies through an incident with grief on his shoulders.
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Are We There Yet?

Ensure your passengers are also ready for a flying adventure.
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Racing a Storm Is Not the Best Choice

Poor decisions add up to a miserable night, but luck was on this pilot's side.
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In Winter, It’s Not the ‘Flying’ Part That Gets to You

Snow and ice present particular challenges for pilots, especially when getting from the hangar to the taxiway.
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A Flutter in the Gauge

An imminent problem turns into a dramatic night.
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A Flock of Geese Triggers Another Hazard

When hazy conditions combine with clouds of snow geese, a pilot learns the value of over communicating and ADS-B.
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I.L.A.F.F.T.: The Glide Slope

A faulty glideslope connection fools a pilot into following the instrument's needle almost into the ground.
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