Q: Hi Steve,
I am a member of a flying club and a Sunday flyer. One thing our club does on a monthly basis is fly-outs. We usually get 15 to 20 club members (it’s a big club) together and share flying duties.
Last weekend we flew into Columbia Airport (O22) in the California foothills for Sunday brunch in historic Columbia, which is only a short walk from the airport.
Anyway, while I was there I heard guy saying to another that his Comanche doesn’t have a stall warning system. How is that possible? I thought every airplane had to have one.
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