Can Scenario Based Pilot Training Help Reduce Landing Accidents? It can happen in the blink of an eye. I know, because it happened to me. We were in the flare. Everything looked normal, then a
Crew resource management can start on the ground When my flying partner and I show up at the airport for a flight, we are like a well-oiled machine. He takes care of the outside and
FAA regulations for your aircraft tires may need extra steps added while you and your aircraft wait Covid-19 is sending many aircraft into extended storage, raising concerns about tire safety. FAA regulations require tire inspections
Pilot training for extra caution when operating an aircraft after performed maintenance could save lives Early in my corporate flying career, I flew a Citation that had just come out of maintenance. We were having
Pilot training may be needed to cover certain aviation fuel biocides to prevent fuel contamination The FAA has issued a Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin (SAIB) warning pilots about the use of certain aviation fuel biocides.
Crew resource management is not just for pilots As a professional pilot, I am thoroughly familiar with such terms as crew resource management and situational awareness. I understand the safety benefits associated with these concepts