Safety and Training
This is not your average accident report. Aviation Week goes deep on a fatal accident involving a Piper Seminole operated by ATP and flown by two students. ATP is supposedly training professional pilots, so if their operation is unsafe, it's worth considering how this could apply to the flying you do. (This is going to circle back to some things I've previously said about flying questionably maintained vintage aircraft.)
Do you remember the three different "night times" and what they each apply to? I find this to be one of the most difficult to remember set of aviation rules that I have to work with.
This is a great article by Richard Collins on in-flight break-ups, their causes, and a little history. Well worth a read. (I didn't intend to spend so much time the last few weeks on in-flight breakups, but this is what the aviation community is talking about this month.)