6. Cross-Country Complacency
Listen now
Description
Pilots often fight the spectre of get-home-itis—but it's especially hazardous when coupled with the assumptions made while flying a familiar airplane. FLYING reader Kenneth Wilson shares his own cross-country lesson on this week’s episode.
More Episodes
Pilot Wayne Pinger’s journey to become pilot took him on a memorable Alaska cross-country—and a crime scene. Learn what lessons he did.
Published 05/17/22
When pilot Paul Entrekin got the chance to fly Jim Bede's BD-5 microjet, he encountered an out-of-balance fuel situation that nearly ended in disaster.
Published 05/03/22