End Of The Line For Pilatus PC-6 Porter

Credit: Pilatus Aircraft
Lou Churchville remembers well his checkout in the PC-6 Turbo Porter. “I knew that it was going to be dramatic,” he recalls years later, “because the flight instructor was kind of fidgety.” They were cruising at 8,000 ft. over France, readying for a “beta” descent to landing. The procedure called...

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