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A Pilot’s Perspective: Approach and Landing

This is a Hipmunk guest post from Scott Simko, a U.S. Commercial Airline pilot of over 15 years. His views and opinions are his and his alone and do not represent the airline of his employment or Hipmunk. As we are vectored to the approach, we are looking out for other aircraft. This will seem pretty obvious, but…
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A Pilot’s Perspective: Descent

This is a Hipmunk guest post from Scott Simko, a U.S. Commercial Airline pilot of over 15 years. His views and opinions are his and his alone and do not represent the airline of his employment or Hipmunk. ATC (air traffic control) starts stepping us down about 90 miles out and filters us into the line of traffic…
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A Pilot’s Perspective: Cruise

This is a Hipmunk guest post from Scott Simko, a U.S. Commercial Airline pilot of over 15 years. His views and opinions are his and his alone and do not represent the airline of his employment or Hipmunk. Once we begin cruising, we usually turn off the fasten seatbelt light, which allows everyone to stretch their legs. In the…
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