- Jul 1, 2004
- Total Time
I was flipping through the new AOPA mag. and noticed an aritcle on icing which stated "researchers have learned that ice bridging is a myth." Maybe the researchers weren't ever able to produce bridging in a controlled enviornment, but I've seen and experienced it first hand on the E-120. The wings were OK, but after landing I noticed the whole tail had a "Bubble" of ice where the boots had been inflating & deflating. I wish I'd had a camera for that one. I don't care what the FAA says, I've seen it and wonder if any of you have similar stories?