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PERFECT FLIGHT

continue to love magazine for the thought-provoking articles you present. Dick Karl’s recent article, “In Pursuit of Perfection” [June], reminded me that the perfect flight is often as elusive as the impossible turn. On a recent flight from Fort Worth Spinks Airport to San Angelo Regional Airport, the perfect flight was about to be accomplished. I was 6 miles from the airport, had called the field in sight and was lining up on Runway 18 when something didn’t look right. The controller saw my

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The CT series is named for the “composite technology” that forms its basis. It began its career in the late 1990s with the CT and CT2K approved as microlights in Europe. The first CTs were approved as S-LSAs in the US in 2005. “We had a small group o
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Flight Design F2 Specs:
Engine: Rotax 912iS Horsepower: 100 hp Propeller: Neuform three-blade CR3 65-inch composite Seats: 2 Empty weight: 835 lb. Max gross weight: 1,320 lb./US LSA limitations Fuel capacity: 34.3 gal.; approved for premium automotive unleaded, as well as 9
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The Safety Partnership
A new year, a new you—pilotwise, that is. The change of the calendar refreshes us and gives us license to start anew. The turn of the page into 2021 marks a particularly poignant desire to strike out and make a redoubled effort to do all of those thi