Pilots Will See ‘Bowling Pins’ For Years To Come

Credit: Mark Boguski/Thales
Of the many ways general aviation pilots use to measure and improve their performance, few are as instantly gratifying as the sight of a “bowling pin” on a cross-country flight. VOR (very-high frequency omnidirectional radio range) stations generally look like bowling pins, and crossing directly...

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