Make Good Decisions

Analysis of two similar Part 135 accidents reveals that failures in implementing good decision-making practices affect all operators.

If you’re not familiar with Alaskan aviation, an analogy might be to compare it to operations in the Lower 48, but with more weather and terrain, and fewer paved airports. Because general aviation often is literally the only transportation available, external pressures to complete a proposed flight can be much greater. Predictably, the accident rates […]
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