Oct 18, 2006
Doug Stewart is THE expert instructor on flying the New York City Hudson River VFR corridor around Manhattan.
Doug and Rinker discuss the multiple causes behind such accidents and what can be done to prevent them.
Among the topics discussed are the dangers of pilots with overconfidence and hazardous mental attitudes who fly with complacency, with too much dependence on technology.
Doug Stewart reveals what he teaches at his pilot seminars on Flying the Hudson River VFR Cooridor around Manhattan. Doug gives his recomendation for flights on the East River side of Manhattan.
Rinker discusses what he found in his extensive research for a series of articles on the JFK, Jr. accident.
Is there a problem with Cirrus aircraft?
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