Flying single-pilot in the furtherance of business is a common and practical activity conducted in perfect safety in thousands of legs every week. However, the challenges posed to the solo pilot are real and unique and sometimes fraught with danger. Indeed, according to accident data collected by Robert Breiling & Associates, for example, four out of five turboprop mishaps involve single-pilot operations. Moreover, the NBAA’s “Risk Management Guide for Single-Pilot Light ...

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