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NEW YEARS PREDICTIONS PART TWO

As we saw in last month’s dive into JC Williams’ Error Producing Conditions (EPCs), fatigue puts us at risk of making mistakes in the air and on the ground, so I hope everyone got a good night’s sleep after all the partying on New Year’s Eve. 

For the full article visit the AOPA website at: https://pilot-protection-services.aopa.org/news/2020/february/01/new-years-predictions-part-2?_ga=2.158343546.1766169463.1582909476-1026032527.1580417387

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NEW YEAR’S PREDICTIONS: PART ONE

The New Year always spurs reflections and celebrations when we look back on how we did in the last one and make all kinds of optimistic plans for the next one. So let’s do just that.

For the full article see the AOPA website at: https://pilot-protection-services.aopa.org/news/2020/january/01/new-years-predictions-part-one?_ga=2.140583793.238934401.1577996717-404916269.1577996712

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