2015 NBAA Single Pilot Safety Standdown

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2015 NBAA Single Pilot Safety Standdown

Loss of Control Inflight (LOC-I) accounts for over 40% of the fatal general aviation accidents that occurred between 2001 and 2010, according to data from the National Transportation Safety Board Aviation Accident/Incident Database. LOC-I happens to both single pilot operations as well as multi-pilot crewed operations. Given its prevalence, the NBAA Safety Committee included Loss of Control among its 2015 Top Safety Focus Areas and the 2015 Single Pilot Safety Standdown will cover loss of control in depth.

Specifically, the standdown will cover a review of the items most likely to result in a loss of control situation, how flight crews should manage the risk of loss of control, actions crews must take to recover from a loss of control inflight scenarios, and technology on the horizon that can assist flight crews with recovery from loss of control events.

Single Pilot Safety Standdown attendees will enhance their awareness of the significant risks associated with loss of control inflight, and leave with practical strategies for addressing these issues within their operations and sharing this information with other operators.

Held in conjunction with the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA2015)


Conference Sponsors

Platinum

Textron Aviation

Silver

  Embraer Executive Jets   Embraer CAE Training Services  

  Gulfstream Aerospace

Silver

 

Baldwin Aviation Safety and Compliance

 

Aviation Performance Solutions

 

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