Webinar- When the Engine Goes Quiet
John Townsley will lead us through an in-flight engine failure he experienced on a 2013 nighttime cross-country flight. He will discuss performance issues and share some lessons from his experience. John also discusses NTSB accident statistics.
In Loss of Control and Emergencies
Webinar- Avoiding the Base to Final Turn Accident 2017
Gordon Penner, master CFI-aerobatics and FAA Gold Seal instructor, will present simple and clear explanations of the elements leading up to a base to final stall/spin accident. He will highlight how to recognize and stop these elements.
Webinar- Engine Out Survival Tactics
All pilots should be ready just in case the engine goes silent. Retired USAF F-16 fighter pilot Nate “Buster” Jaros will discuss how military training tactics can be used by GA pilots to help ensure a safe outcome from an engine emergency.
Webinar- Master the Transition: Earning your Complex and High-Performance Endorsements
Tom Turner from the American Bonanza Society will discuss what you really need to know to master high-performance and complex airplanes so you’ll fly safely and with confidence by fully understanding normal, abnormal, and emergency operations.
Webinar- When The Engine Goes Silent
What should you do when it gets quiet up front? Nine-time engine failure survivor and FAA Designated Pilot Examiner Larry Bothe will tell us what really works and what doesn’t when the engine quits.
Webinar- What Will You Do for an Engine Failure on Takeoff?
Gordon Penner, master CFI-Aerobatics and FAA Gold Seal instructor, discusses decision-making and planning for a possible engine failure on takeoff including the issues associated with the improbable turn back to the runway.
Webinar- Avoiding Stalls Spins
Gordon Penner, master CFI-Aerobatics presents a simple and practical description of stalls and spins commonly covered in emergency maneuver training. Understanding these simple principles will help you to avoid an unintentional stall and spin.