Training and Safety Tip: Alternatives are essential – AOPA Pilot

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Training and Safety Tip: Alternatives are essential – AOPA Pilot

Some pilots recommend using a high-quality rope and tying it with a hurricane knot or taut line hitch. (See this AOPA article.) For backcountry airstrips and airports where no tiedown rings are available, it is a good idea to bring a portable tiedown kit. Read the full answer and join the discussion >

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