This winter can’t last much longer…can it? We’re trying to think ahead to spring as we send the April issue to the printer. At least we’re not talking about snow and ice in the “Weather” column this month.
- Climbing into Gliders. Soaring has a lot to offer, including the fact that it is less expensive than learning to fly a powered airplane, doesn’t require a medical, and teaches you mad stick-and-rudder skills.
- “Please Hold.” How are you going to enter that holding pattern?
- Seeing is Believing. Why you need to get your eyeballs off the instrument panel when in VFR conditions.
Plus: Turns around a point; pilots who helped to rescue sea turtles; and more.
The April digital edition goes live on Feb. 24. Learn more about how you can get the magazine delivered to your tablet, computer, or mobile device here.
In-home delivery begins March 5, and if you’re not yet a subscriber, you’ll find it on newsstands as of March 17.
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