Dec 28, 2020
Episode 157 Show Notes
Topic of the show: Echo Hotel wants our thoughts and opinions on handling a pilot that forgets to cancel his/her IFR flight plan at a non-towered airport. Is a Brasher Warning and possible pilot deviation/violation necessary? What do we suggest to avoid this issue and prevent the discussion from even happening? A special thanks to PATRON Max Trescott, host of Aviation News Talk podcast for producing such an amazing show. If you’d like to hear the episode in question, check it out here! Thank you, PATRON Echo Charlie for the show title idea!
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