Making my way westward towards Lake Havasu, Nevada (KHII), I decide to stop for lunch in Dalhart, TX (KDHT). The next leg of my flight
Category: Ground School
Learn something new! Check out the Ground School.
Flying General Aviation from Canada to the United States can be an elaborate process. This post will cover what you need to do in order
A recent discussion with a fellow pilot had me going down a rabbit hole to find an answer to a seemingly simple question. In Canada
When you plan a flight, do you check the relevant NOTAMs? How do you know if they are important to you and your flight? Did
I remember one time, during my training with an instructor, that I was landing at an airport. The instructor told me to ignore the VASI
I was perusing the Transport Canada Instrument Procedures Manual today and noticed a rather interesting exercise: It’s called the VOR Time Check and allows you
Are you able to answer this students question? Why *can* airplanes fly upside down if this is how an airfoil works. Or better yet: Why
On this day in 1920, the first ever flight using a “radio compass” was performed in Virginia. It’s destination? A ship 100 miles off shore.
So I have my first crack at setting up my own personal operating procedures (POPs). The document is far from complete, but I’m looking for
“…If the engine fails on take-off with insufficient runway remaining, I will trim the aircraft for best glide and try to land withing 30° of