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7 Types Of Special Use Airspace Pilots Should Know
Today, 8 special use airspaces are found in the National Airspace System that pilots need to be aware of.
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Visual Approaches Vs Contact Approaches
Visual and Contact approaches are two types of approaches that allow a pilot to perform an approach visually while under an IFR clearance.
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The Real Cost Of Flight Training With Examples
How flight training costs can vary and be estimated based on flight school, aircraft, and equipment selection over the course of a student pilot's training.
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The Instrument Scan: 3 Instrument Scan Errors
All pilots at one point or another have suffered from some sort of instrument scan error while operating under IFR in simulated or actual conditions. 
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Land And Hold Short Operations (LAHSO)
A brief rundown on key terms and procedures regarding LAHSO requirements, implementation, pilot-controller responsibilities, and LAHSO clearances.
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What Speed Should You Hold At?
How to choose a speed to hold at, and what speeds a pilot can not hold above. Why a pilot would need to hold. How a pilot should select a speed to hold at.
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Why You Should Always Give A Cold Call
How pilots use cold calls to improve radio communication, as well as the purpose of a cold call, and how to determine when a cold call should be used.
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All About VOR Checks
When a VOR check is required, the types of checks that can be performed, how to find a testing location, and how a pilot has to log VOR check.
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Holds Explained
A hold, or holding pattern, is a predetermined maneuver that keeps aircraft within specific airspace while awaiting further clearance. Flying a hold, or "holding" is usually required during times of high traffic and weather. However, other reasons to hold may occur, such as a pilot needing more time to set up for an approach.
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How To Enter A Hold
Entering a hold requires a pilot to perform three steps: Slow down below the maximum airspeed, Determine which type of holding entry to perform, Perform the holding entry correctly.
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