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Thursday, December 4, 2008

CALLBACK Issue 347

From NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System
Issue 347
November 2008

General Aviation Weather Encounters

With the approach of the winter season, weather becomes a more prominent factor in aviation incidents. The following reports offer timely lessons regarding light aircraft encounters with various weather phenomena. ASRS reporters describe situations that are commonly encountered, including VFR flight into marginal visibility conditions, unexpected conditions while IFR, and weather-related surprises during landing and takeoff.

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