Managing Advanced Training Risks

Transitions, learning instruments and twins, and recurrent training, can raise complacency issues.

I’ve long maintained that one of the most dangerous things in general aviation is two pilots trying to fly the same airplane at the same time. The problem is that, eventually, one pilot will come to think the other one is flying the plane while the second pilot knows they’re not flying it. The inevitable […]
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