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  • Writer's pictureJuan Concheiro

Flying the New York VFR Hudson River Corridor in a Baron B55

I had a great aviation opportunity to fly IFR with my friend Ron in his Baron B55 twin engine airplane. He had some business in Lebanon PA, and with a little convincing, we took a detour to experience the VFR Hudson River Corridor in New York City. This is an exclusion zone under the Class Bravo airspace in New York City. Designed to give an organized route to general aviation pilots who want to get a close up look at the downtown skyline. We went Memorial Day at sunset and there was almost no traffic in the air. The weather was beautiful and the trip was definitely a bucket list item we got to check off.

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