Seeing And Avoiding

Recent mid-airs have focused industry attention on collision avoidance, but "see and avoid" means much more than just spotting potential traffic conflicts.

Every flight starts with procedures and checklists for ensuring we follow all of its steps correctly. We have procedures for preparing the aircraft for flight, we have procedures for how to depart the airport and we have procedures for returning. These procedures are designed to help the pilots ensure that the aircraft is operated safely, […]
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