Kill Devil Hills, NC is where powered flight began and the airport there (KFFA) now has an instrument approach. Today at First Flight Airport you're flying the RNAV (GPS) Rwy 21 and you can try your hand with one of the more interesting approaches in the system. If you've got a WAAS enabled GPS you can follow an advisory glide path with an LP+V. Otherwise you can follow the step downs, but either way you’ll have to negotiate a 30º offset from the MDA to the runway. It’s tricky but it sure feels good when you get it right.
You are encouraged to fly this exercise multiple times and under different circumstances; e.g., by hand, coupled, missed approach, etc. This approach is a lot of fun to fly but you’ll need the Wright Stuff to execute it properly.
This mission exercise can be flown on any one of the Redbird Flight Simulation devices in our flight training network. You can find a flight training center near you by using our locator app. Just search for the EAA Proficiency365 mission locations under Bundles.