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Runway Lights -- Lessons Learned

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Old August 29th 03, 10:41 PM
John Clonts
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Default Runway Lights -- Lessons Learned

JerryK wrote in message
You have to wonder if this difference has caused a few accidents or at

some missed approaches. I can easily imagine someone executing the

on foggy night and missing because the lights were not in sight. Or
sneaking lower and lower in a vain attempt to pick up the lights.

Pilot controlled lighting frequency different than CTAF

I don't think so, I think most IR pilots already know this, since its so
clearly designated on the approach plates... At least, it was one of the
things I learned during my instrument training earlier this year!

Instrument rated pilots, do any of you NOT know this? (Crossposted to

John Clonts
Temple, Texas


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