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Aviation Learning Center Document Thunderstorm Avoidance Tips
Author: Christine Soucy Date: July 2006
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As pilot in command, you take the responsibility for the safe operation of your aircraft seriously. You have your passengers' trust that you will get them safely from point A to point B. The general aviation single-piloted IFR cockpit can be one of the busiest places on the planet when the weather is rough and you're on the gauges. Good operating practices -- such as thorough preflight planning, maintaining your IFR currency, and designing realistic personal minimums -- all contribute to safety of flight. Additionally, understanding and knowing what services and information the ATC system has to offer can sometimes make the difference between a miserable flight experience and a pleasurable one.

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