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.
Flight Risk Assessment Tool by Twin Cessna Flyer Webinar
Bob Thomason discusses their Flight Risk Assessment Tool to help with the go/no-go decision while preflight planning. Bob discusses how they created the tool, how other clubs can create a tool like it, and how you can use it in any aircraft.
Webinar- Technical Counselor Airworthiness Prep
Join Vic Syracuse and Dave Prizio, both designated airworthiness representatives (DARs), for a presentation and discussion regarding prepping first-time builders for their initial airworthiness inspection. They will review common DAR issues found.
Webinar- Flying with Aerovie EFB
Aerovie founder and CFI-I Bryan Heitman demonstrates Aerovie EFB features, including moving maps, terrain, weather, checklists, electronic logbook and track logs, updating charts/plates/diagrams and communications with a range of ADS-B/GPS devices.
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.
Type Clubs and Accident Investigation Webinar
Ever wondered how your type club can help with aircraft accident investigations involving your covered aircraft type? This webinar covers ways you can assist the NTSB and FAA even if you’re not an investigation party member.
Webinar- Where Fuel Meets Air
Spark-ignition reciprocating engines require that fuel be mixed with air in the proper proportion to support efficient combustion, a process known as "fuel metering." Maintenance expert Mike Busch discusses various methods of accomplishing this.