Batten down the hatches
from General Aviation News
According to author Jeffrey Madison: Once I began flying the line, I rarely thought about seat positions and calibrations. At a certain point, takeoffs and landings in an airliner are all about holding a particular deck angle. That generally means eyes more inside on the artificial horizon than outside. Plus the time pressures we were under to run our checklists, procedures and flows and get out of the gate on time pushed seat adjustments down the priority list. Anyway, I rarely put anything up on the glare shield. And if I did, I'd see it, right?
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