Have you encountered a situation or hazardous condition that yielded lessons on how to better manage the risks involved in flying? Do you have an experience to share with Aviation Safetys readers about an occasion that taught you something significant about ways to conduct safer flight operations? If so, we want to hear about it.
We encourage you to submit a brief (500 words) write-up of your Learning Experience to Aviation Safety for possible publication. Each month, Aviation Safety publishes a collection of similar experiences sent to us by readers. Sharing with others the benefit of your experience and the lessons you learned can be an invaluable aid to other pilots.
You can send your account directly to the editor by e-mailing it to email@example.com. Put “Learning Experience Submission” in the subject line; add your name and daytime telephone number at the bottom of the e-mail.
Your report will be considered for publication in the Aviation Safetys readers forum, “Learning Experiences,” and may be edited for style and length. Anonymity is guaranteed. No one but Aviation Safetys editor is permitted access to the reports. Your name and telephone number are requested only so that the editor can contact you, if necessary, with any questions.
While we cant guarantee your submission will get published, we can guarantee that well closely review and consider using it.
All Learning Experience submissions become the property of Aviation Safety and may be republished.