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Piloting the shortest hop

After 24 years of linking remote communities in Scotland and its islands, Loganair pilot Stuart Linklater flew the shortest scheduled airline route in the world for the last time on Sunday, 26 May. He’s retiring to fly part-time for the airline out of Glasgow. Stuart has flown the world’s shortest route - between the Orkney islands […]

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TCAS can get confused and confusing

If TCAS (traffic collision avoidance system) resolution advisories (RA) should be followed slavishly by pilots – and that is the official advice – some people have argued that the RA manoeuvre should be automated. It seems their opinion – however logical it may seem – was premature. It has been known for some time that certain combinations […]

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