Learning Experiences

October 2006 Issue

Three Rules

We never know when an in-flight emergency might occur, and if you are lucky you might fly your entire life without encountering one. Nevertheless, the three rules of handling an emergency—aviate, navigate, communicate—should always be at the forefront should things begin to go wrong. Recently, I had the unfortunate opportunity to put this mantra to the test. …

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