Single pilot resource management can help all levels of pilots NTSB and witnesses don’t know the circumstances that led to the accident. Possibly, he was either in a hurry or felt rushed and became distracted.
Flight plan with noise reduction in mind My neighbor recently bought the most obnoxiously loud 4-wheel ATV, and he’s not afraid to use it. He is not a good neighbor. It reminds me that as
Aviation airspace is looking toward the future of vertical takeoff and landing vehicles Vertical takeoff and Landing (VTOL) vehicles (manned and unmanned) will soon be a big part of our aviation airspace, and it’s time
Realistic pilot training for smoke and fire is critical Every time I go to pilot training, I cheat. The instructor inevitably asks me if I want to don my oxygen mask and smoke goggles, and
The FAA is discussing energy management When I think of energy management, I think of getting behind the power curve or finding myself in the dreaded coffin corner, but there’s a lot more to it