The Pilot's Lounge #46:
In Defense of Precision

There's nothing quite like a sunset flight in a Cub with nowhere to go. You just let the plane have its head and journey where it may. But that doesn't mean we can fly that way day-in, day-out. There is a time and place for precision flying for example, on approach to a 1,700 foot, tree-guarded, peninsula runway in Belize. That's where the Pilot's Lounge convened this month, and AVweb's Rick Durden was there.

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