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Loss of Control Inflight Education Video Series

Loss of control Inflight (LOC-I) refers to incidents in which flight crews have temporarily, or completely, lost the ability to maintain control of an aircraft in flight. In this series of eight videos, Paul BJ Ransbury, president of Aviation Performance Solutions and lead of the NBAA Safety Committee LOC-I Working Group, presents LOC-I content based on NBAA’s Single-Pilot Safety Standdown.

Video 1 - Welcome

Runtime: 2:31

In the first of eight videos based on NBAA’s 2015 Single-Pilot Safety Standdown, Paul BJ Ransbury, president of Aviation Performance Solutions and lead of the NBAA Safety Committee LOC-I Working Group, breaks down the objectives of the video series, which include training pilots to diagnose LOC-I risks and exploring the best ways to safely react to potentially hazardous situations

Video 2 – Overview

Runtime: 13:45

In the second of eight videos based on NBAA’s 2015 Single-Pilot Safety Standdown, Paul BJ Ransbury, president of Aviation Performance Solutions and lead of the NBAA Safety Committee LOC-I Working Group, provides an overview of the severe threat loss of control inflight incidents can pose to pilots.

Video 3 – Critical Window

Runtime: 15:01

In the third of eight videos based on NBAA’s 2015 Single-Pilot Safety Standdown, Paul BJ Ransbury, president of Aviation Performance Solutions and lead of the NBAA Safety Committee LOC-I Working Group, discusses common factors that can lead to an airplane upset.

Video 4 – Industry Update

Runtime: 7:27

In the fourth of eight videos based on NBAA’s 2015 Single-Pilot Safety Standdown, Paul BJ Ransbury, president of Aviation Performance Solutions and lead of the NBAA Safety Committee LOC-I Working Group, gives an update on industry efforts to reduce loss of control inflight incidents.

Video 5 – Upset Training Paradox

Runtime: 14:45

In the fifth of eight videos based on NBAA’s 2015 Single-Pilot Safety Standdown, Paul BJ Ransbury, president of Aviation Performance Solutions and lead of the NBAA Safety Committee LOC-I Working Group, analyzes strategies for taking early, effective action to prevent loss of control.

Video 6 – Pilot Vulnerabilities

Runtime: 9:27

In the sixth of eight videos based on NBAA’s 2015 Single-Pilot Safety Standdown, Paul BJ Ransbury, president of Aviation Performance Solutions and lead of the NBAA Safety Committee LOC-I Working Group, looks at hazards that make pilots vulnerable to an airplane upset.

Video 7 – Snapping Out of It

Runtime: 19:52

In the seventh of eight videos based on NBAA’s 2015 Single-Pilot Safety Standdown, Paul BJ Ransbury, president of Aviation Performance Solutions and lead of the NBAA Safety Committee LOC-I Working Group, talks about regaining situational awareness during a time-critical life-threatening crisis.

Video 8 – LOC-I Toolkit

Runtime: 16:18

In the last of eight videos based on NBAA’s 2015 Single-Pilot Safety Standdown, Paul BJ Ransbury, president of Aviation Performance Solutions and lead of the NBAA Safety Committee LOC-I Working Group, explores the tools pilots have at their disposal to mitigate the risks of loss of control inflight accidents.