Night Flight Over Fire

Flying at night is riskier than flying during the day, because it can be very difficult or even impossible to see bad weather or unlit terrain. Add the fatigue and mental fog of a pilot flying when he would normally be sleeping, and it is easy to understand that 30% of all fatal general aviation accidents occur at night.

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