About one year ago, Sporty's Pilot Shop (www.sportys.com) announced an updated version of an audio tape program they had originally put out nearly 25 years earlier.
The press release from Sporty's said that "Chicago O'Hare IFR," which had been used by thousands of pilots to learn IFR communications, had been updated and re-mastered to an audio CD, putting the listener in the left seat of Sporty's Aztec for a round trip flight from their home base in Batavia, Ohio (near Cincinnati) to Chicago O'Hare—the world's busiest airport.
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