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More than 5,000 participants from nearly 35 countries are enrolled in the virtual event that will be delivered through the new Aviation for Girls App.
The expansion brings additional spark plugs, vacuum pumps, carburetors, oil filters, sensors and more to the McFarlane storefront.
Probable cause: The pilot’s improper decision to initiate the flight in marginal visual flight rules over mountainous terrain, which resulted in an inadvertent encounter with instrument meteorological and downdraft conditions and the subsequent controlled flight into trees and terrain.
Jeremy Katz submitted this photo and note: “On the longest days of the year, a bit of light lingers in the sky well after sunset. This photo was taken a bit after 10 p.m. during the summer of 2020 while over south downtown Seattle. In the foreground are T-Mobile Park (home of the Mariners) and ... Read More!
The worst thing you can do is to baby the engine.
“I thought 2020 would be total wash-out, and then this!"
Pilots will be asked to review a six weather-related flight scenarios and record PIREPs as if they are flying.
Readers can ride along as Baranek shares all the stomach-dropping thrills of dogfighting and the pulse-pounding tension of patrolling the skies over Iraq with the ability to launch a 100-mile Phoenix missile at the touch of a button.
Probable cause: Impact with terrain for reasons that could not be determined based on the available information.
Mary Ann Lebold submitted this photo and note: “This Heath Super Parasol was built by my father, Frank Vomocil, and his brother, Charley Vomocil, circa 1931 in Yuma, Arizona. In this picture, my father is at the controls. Aircraft flew once piloted by Bill Pender. Crashed near Pilots Knob due to a clogged oil line. ... Read More!
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