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Flying the ILS for 19R (KSNA) at Night

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Published on Oct 13, 2013

This took place on October 12 when I was returning from my first night cross-country flight. My instructor and I had prepared to shoot an ILS approach for 19R in the event that the clouds came in, so we had the approach plate with us. It was a perfectly clear night, but I wanted to try it anyway. This was only my second time flying at night, my first cross-country at night, and my first ILS approach, so I am very proud of the landing and approach that I made.

Aircraft: N348ME
Pilot Total Time: 61.5 hours

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