Sat, Jan 16 | United Flight Systems

Accident Case Study: Lost in the Clouds

Please join us in this FREE FAA WINGS course as we break down the errors in not only the pilot's loss of situational awareness but how their communication to ATC further complicated matters.
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Accident Case Study: Lost in the Clouds

Time & Location

Jan 16, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
United Flight Systems, 20119 Stuebner Airline Rd, Spring, TX 77379, USA

About the Event

Please join us in this free FAA WINGS course as we break down the errors in not only the pilot’s loss of situational awareness but how their communication to ATC further complicated matters. Accidents rarely are caused by one bad decision, but one bad decision can open a door that may be hard to shut. This class will give you tools to improve situational awareness and to better understand ATC roles and what some of their limitations can be. The best way to avoid an accident or incident is to learn from the unfortunate mistakes from other accidents.

On October 6th, 2000, a PA34-200 Piper Seneca crashed into the base of the San Gabriel Mountain range near La Verne California while beginning a missed approach for the VOR-A at KPOC. In this case study, we will break down the errors in not only the pilot’s loss of situational awareness but how their communication to ATC further complicated matters. Accidents rarely are caused by one bad decision, but one bad decision can open a door that may be hard to shut. This class will give you tools to improve situational awareness and to better understand ATC roles and what some of their limitations can be. The best way to avoid an accident or incident is to learn from the unfortunate mistakes from other accidents.

BASIC WINGS CREDIT WILL BE EARNED BY ATTENDEES WHO COMPLETE OUR EVALUATION FORM ONLINE. 

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