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write for us email sign-up article archive articles accident reports debate friday photo go/no go history the hungry pilot i can’t believe i did that interview i was there logbooks opinion technique weather geek young pilots dick’s blog john’s blog videos newsletter write for us about us what is air facts? meet the authors air facts history by vinton land / i was there / january 18, 2017 confessions of a former line boy read more by sporty's instrument rating course / video tip / january 17, 2017 video tip: ifr approaches and fog read more by steve robbins / i was there / january 16, 2017 flying beyond a doubt: an epic dc-3 journey read more by chuck stone / i was there / january 12, 2017 an intro ride becomes a thrill ride read more by tony vallillo / i was there / january 11, 2017 an incredibly short-haul airline flight read more friday photo: mountain sunset over vancouver miracle at mojave: surviving an airplane crash new articles our most recent posts friday photo friday photo: mountain sunset over vancouver by joel gagnon is that beautiful shot from deep in the wilderness? no. actually, joel gagnon captured this snowy sunset over vancouver. as he says, it’s very rewarding to “enjoy the freedom and wilderness so close to the city.” read more i can't believe i did that miracle at mojave: surviving an airplane crash by ken howell at an altitude of about 50 feet, the airplane stalled and gus lost control. given our present situation, a team of engineers, analyzing every available factor, would be hard pressed to come up with a set of circumstances that would make this event survivable. i closed my eyes just before the lights went out. read more i was there confessions of a former line boy by vinton land you see, being a line boy teaches us how to treat people and, in turn, how we like to be treated. the fact that i can remember n222gl, n399tl, and n11la from 43 years ago, but can’t remember what happened last week is probably more indicative of age, but also a vivid reminder of the experiences around each of these airplanes. read more video tip video tip: ifr approaches and fog by sporty's instrument rating course in this month’s video, rob reider from sporty’s instrument rating course shares some valuable tips for dealing with fog and low visibility. you’ll learn the conditions that cause truly low approaches, how to predict them, and why certain types of fog are particularly dangerous. read more i was there flying beyond a doubt: an epic dc-3 journey by steve robbins we know that mechanical things fail, people make mistakes and aviation, like the sea, is inherently unforgiving of failure or mistake. that thought was on my mind recently when we took off from burlington, vermont, aboard a classic old airplane, a twin engine dc-3 built in 1945. we were headed for europe, but less than three hours later, in a flash event, both the failure and the mistake happened at the same time. read more friday photo friday photo: colors of denmark by andreas christensen danish pilot andreas christensen and his wife were flying their diamond da-40 to a birthday party when he snapped this colorful picture. it shows the island of funen, with yellow fields and green trees nestled against the sea. the warm colors contrast nicely with the sleek wing of the diamond. read more i was there an intro ride becomes a thrill ride by chuck stone with nearly calm winds and clear skies, i taxied out and transmitted my departure intentions in the blind. from midfield i lined up on what was left of a 5000-foot runway. with the passengers’ weight, the tail wasn’t as quick to volunteer to fly first. it ended up being a three-point takeoff. this didn’t surprise me. later in the flight was a time for surprises. read more i was there an incredibly short-haul airline flight by tony vallillo the lady from crew sked (as always, courteous to a fault; unlike a few of the brethren who react, when called, like bears rousted from hibernation!) proceeds to acquaint me with the latest offerings from the new york catalog of 757/767 flying. interestingly enough, the main offering for tomorrow is a 757 ferry flight from ewr to jfk. this brings back some long forgotten memories. read more caption contest caption contest #4 by john zimmerman welcome to our latest monthly feature at air facts – our caption contest. once a month, we post a photo and call on our very talented readers to provide a caption for that photo. check out our most recent one below and if an amusing or clever caption comes to mind, just post it as a comment. read more dick's blog opinion and analysis from richard collins arriving at the vfr sweet spot – without colliding or spinning in by richard collins to me, the sweet spot on a vfr approach is when 500 feet above the ground and descending toward the runway. here, if the sight picture of the runway is correct and the configuration, speed and rate of descent are right on, the fun part, the landing, should be a piece of cake. the question is, how do you get to that sweet spot with the least possible risk? read more they didn’t follow the magenta line in 1942 by richard collins it wouldn’t be accurate to say that magenta lines are the only reason that airline flying is so much safer today than it was in the 1940s. today’s airplanes are far superior in performance and reliability, and training and operational procedures are far better. however, in looking at the five dc-3 accidents during those war years, it is apparent that today’s high-tech stuff could have prevented most of them. read more crash history: cessna 182 and bonanza 36 by richard collins in doing safety studies over the years i, a dedicated single-engine advocate, have always been encouraged by the almost complete lack of engine-failure related fatal accidents in singles. that appears to be changing, by at least a bit, and i fear that the trend will continue as the airplanes age and the price of overhaul or replacement goes up as the value of the airframe goes down. read more view dick's blog john's blog from air facts editor john zimmerman two cheers for the faa: why recent reforms should be welcomed by john zimmerman everyone likes to complain about the federal aviation administration, and often it’s richly deserved. but for an open-minded pilot who’s willing to ignore the typical pilot talk, there are some encouraging developments in aviation policy right now. if you can find it in your heart, the folks in washington might even deserve our thanks. read more searching for a miracle cure to loss of control accidents by john zimmerman like a bad golfer who is convinced the latest driver will fix his persistent slice, the aviation community keeps chasing miracle cures for loss of control accidents. but just like that golfer, pilots are likely to find that more practice beats bold new ideas. read more what the artificial intelligence boom means for aviation by john zimmerman artificial intelligence (ai) is the hot technology of 2016, finding its way into research papers and cocktail party conversations alike. as usual, most talk is either hopelessly optimistic or relentlessly negative (you know a trend is mainstream when you start reading headlines like, “is fashion ready for the ai revolution?”). cut through all the hype, though, and pilots can find a lot of reasons to be enthusiastic about ai. read more view john's blog at air facts, readers are pilot in command. share your story: editor@airfactsjournal.com i can't believe i did that learn from other pilots' mistakes miracle at mojave: surviving an airplane crash by ken howell at an altitude of about 50 feet, the airplane stalled and gus lost control. given our present situation, a team of engineers, analyzing every available factor, would be hard pressed to come up with a set of circumstances that would make this event survivable. i closed my eyes just before the lights went out. read more it can happen to you – a low fuel confession by stephen hunter i always said of pilots who lived through fuel starvation that “god protects drunks and fools… and they probably weren’t drinking.” i never understood how someone could be so thoughtless. and then this… read more vfr on top… for a long time by josh ford slowly but surely, my outs — the airports that i intended to be able to land at if need be, began to close up. first was baton rouge, as the overcast quickly engulfed the airport to ifr. i also noticed that the taf had been amended to include ifr conditions for most of the remaining day. next was new orleans. now the gravity of the situation began to take hold in my mind. what if everything closes up? 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