Blog: Expect the unexpected when flying cross-country

01/11/2012 | Flying online

Blogger Robert Goyer advises private pilots to expect the unexpected when flying general-aviation aircraft. "Plan for your return trip as though it's an entirely different experience, because it very likely will be," he writes. Goyer uses a recent cross-country trip in a Cirrus SR22-T as an example.

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