Wake Turbulence and Situational Awareness

Managing the risk of wake-induced loss of control requires good situational awareness and proactive responses to perceived threats.

Editor’s note: Last month’s issue included a cover story on wake turbulence and how we may encounter it even when our training suggests it shouldn’t be a factor in our operations. This article is a companion piece, featuring a deeper dive into wake turbulence characteristics and behavior to help us predict where it is and […]
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