Back in January of 2007, I breifly talked about the Canadian Runway Friction Index (CRFI). With the recent winter-like weather in Southern Ontario I figured
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One thing you need to do that wasn’t really taught (to me) was how to calculate when you’re flying at night (or Legal Night as
A friend of mine mentioned that it would be cool to have “a million dollars” to have his own airport. I told him that all
A while back I posed the question “Does an airplane in 45° bank experience more G forces than a slower one?” The quick answer: No.
There are two “types” of uncontrolled airports, both of which have different rules and procedures. An uncontrolled aerodrome is one where a control tower does
Documents and Airworthiness Q: With respect the Air Regulations, what documents are required to be on board for every flight. A: Certificate of Registration, Certificate
I am going to illustrate how to intercept a NDB track using MS Flight Simulator 2004 in a perfect world (no wind to worry about).
There are five types of attitudes that can be considered “hazardous”. It is these attitudes that make us do things that have consequences that outweigh
A plane needs air to be able to fly. Thanks to the laws of physics, the same parcel of air can have different characteristics based
Take a look a the map that I photoshopped the other day as a reference. Today I’m going to talk about the different classes of