May 31, 2021
Episode 179 Show Notes
Topic of the show: Special guest co-host Max Trescott joins us today! Pilot in command (PIC) skills development begins with primary training and never ends. What tips do AG, RH, and Max share to help pilots become better decision makers and safer aviators? We also discuss runway changes, noise abatement responsibilities, and some ATC phraseology.
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