Pilots in Alaska still prefer hands-on flying

10/4/2013 | AlaskaDispatch.com

While cockpit automation is a growing trend, pilots in Alaska who often land on remote airstrips still rely heavily upon basic pilot skills during all phases of flight. A devotion to instrumentation is not a luxury afforded to pilots landing in the bush.

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