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A Point About 2-Pilot IFR Operations

A Point About 2-Pilot IFR Operations   

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Author: No biggie...   Date: 10/30/2019 3:47:48 PM  +2/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

Most light/medium twins that are IFR certified just won't have the legs necessary to go IFR with an additional pilot on board.  I wish they could, but the majority of the fleet, as nice as they are, are gutless wonders when it comes to hauling weight.  Crew, patients, or fuel. Choose two.  You can't have it all.  Especially when your medical crew members are large people to being with, but that's another argument.  If the weather is that bad anyway, just go back to watching TV.  There isn't one thing we do that's worth us putting our lives on the line.  None of us are going to go out there and save the day.  Come to work, do your job to the best of your ability, make good decisions about the weather, and go home after your shift. Repeat the next day.  

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