Monthly Archives: February 2011

Inoperative Equipment

The Pilot in Command is responsible for determining airworthiness of the aircraft by checking compliance of required inspections and visually inspecting the airplane prior to flight. Most of the time everything is normal and works properly but occasionally you may find equipment that is visibly damaged or malfunctioning. Is the airplane airworthy?
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Bend, OR – KBDN

Located on the eastern slopes of the Cascades in central Oregon, Bend is a nice change of scenery from the Puget Sound area. Continue reading

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Ranger Creek, WA – 21W

Only 45 NM away from Boeing Field, Ranger Creek is in another world. The challenge and beauty of this back country airport are unmatched in the Puget Sound area. It must be stated that this airport is for experienced pilots … Continue reading

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