Marginal Decisions

A recent Learjet accident reminds us that solid aviation decision-making skills can minimize the risk of losing control during low-level maneuvering.

In late December 2021, I was giving upset recovery training to a student. We were done with our work in the practice area and were returning to base at Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport in San Diego. Weather included unlimited visibility and scattered clouds. We picked up the ATIS and were heading toward the airport. A few […]
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