Friday Photo: on final for Telluride

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The view: Lining up on runway 9 at Telluride, Colorado

The pilot: Jason Harrison, MD, FACS

The airplane: Cessna Turbo 182T

The mission: Flying from Albuquerque for my 50th birthday

The memory: A unique airport, Telluride sits on a mesa over 9,000 feet above sea level. When the weather is good, the views are spectacular.

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2 Comments

  • Is steep approach quite normal for approach into Telluride ? In many strips around the world like in Columbia and Nepal, due steep approaches, you have to make a high rate of descent to reach your normal approach path profile. I flew such flights many times before. Now I fly an aircraft that needs more procedural flying. Gone are those exciting days.

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