finaltable Posted July 12, 2008 Share Posted July 12, 2008 Continuing on my original discussion; I am looking to commute between two places that see little cold weather (KAHN&KLBX) but fairly regular rain, especially on the Georgia side. In talking with my CFII, he told me that for the normal GA pilot, the primary benefit of IFR training is not to fly in awful weather but to be able to still fly when the conditions become marginal VFR and to be able to safely extricate oneself from deteriorating conditions. I am going to be doing all my flying with a Garmin 496 so I should have pretty good forewarning of the conditions I am approaching and the altitude capabilites of the LEZ should give me a fair number of options when dealing with weather. For the people who fly in places where that white stuff falls out of the sky or conditions are less than sunny all the time such as the Northwest what have you found are the limits of what is comfortable (read: still feels safe) when flying an LEZ? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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