Flying to a New Destination, Part 1

Destinations sign at Union Glacier Airport, Antarctica Credit: Shutterstock
As professional pilots, we become so well practiced at flying to airports we’ve never seen before it becomes almost second nature. We know what questions to ask: Is the runway long enough and will it support the weight of our aircraft? What instrument approaches are available? Are there any obstacle...

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