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Cessna 340 (All the Details You Need)

Cessna 340 (All the Details You Need)

Small commuter flying got a whole lot more enjoyable with the release of the Cessna 340 in 1972. The pressurized cabin of this light twin piston engine business aircraft was designed for optimum passenger comfort while the twin turbocharged engines delivered on performance.

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Recurrent Training: All the Details You Need to Know

Recurrent Training: All the Details You Need to Know

Being a pilot is not a “learn it and forget it” type of skill. Piloting skills that are not practiced atrophy and knowledge that is not accessed and refreshed is forgotten. A pilot whose skill and knowledge levels peak out on the day he or she passes the check ride is destined to be a dangerous pilot.

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FAA Wings Program (Everything You Need to Know)

FAA Wings Program (Everything You Need to Know)

Pilot safety, currency, and competency amongst General Aviation pilots is an area of concern for the FAA. The WINGS – Pilot Proficiency Program is a targeted continuing education program which was created to “address the primary accident causal factors that continue to plague the general aviation community.
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Scud Running: Reasons Why You Should Be Wary of Doing It

Scud Running: Reasons Why You Should Be Wary of Doing It

What in the world is “scud running?” If you are asking this question you are not alone. It may sound like something a Tusken Raider would do in a Star Wars landspeeder, but human pilots have been known to engage in scud running their rotary and fixed wing aircraft with mixed results.

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