Buffering “FAA Minimums” Aim For Excellence!

August 24, 2019 David St. George

The FAA only specifies the absolute minimums (limitations) in their regulations and these are not recommended operating specifications.  This might sound silly to many pilots, but some people have not gotten this memo.  As one example, “one mile visibility and clear of clouds” in Class G airspace is an absolute legal minimum. All of aviation … Continue reading "Buffering “FAA Minimums” Aim For Excellence!"

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