Webinar- Tips for Flying into EAA AirVenture 2018
EAA's volunteer NOTAM chairman Fred Stadler shares some hints and tips for reducing your pilot workload when flying into EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018. Discussion will highlight the special requirements and procedures of the FAA-issued NOTAM.
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- Four Fundamentals of Flight - Breaking it Down to Basics
Avoid information overload by breaking flight down to the four most basic maneuvers. Prof. H. Paul Shuch explains if you can execute these four tasks (first individually and then in combination), you can fly.
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- Aviation Weather Center Operations and Products
Declan Cannon from NOAA will provide an overview of the Aviation Weather Center operations and products. This will include a more detailed look at the Graphical Forecast for Aviation (GFA) product, which replaced the FA text product.
Webinar- IFR Decision Making: Chasing Choices
Processing information and making clear decisions while flying in IMC conditions can be challenging. Join Andy Miller as he analyzes accident scenarios where pilots made questionable decisions under the stress and confusion of IMC flying.
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.
Webinar- Preflight Delight: Look Before you Launch
FAR 91.3 places responsibility for the safety of flight on the shoulders of the pilot in command. That means it is up to the pilot to make sure the aircraft is in a condition for safe operation. Prof. H. Paul Shuch will show you how.
Webinar- Fly the Easy Way
Why are you working so hard to fly your airplane? FAA designated pilot examiner Larry Bothe will share 21 tips and tricks you can do to make your flying easier, safer, cheaper, and a whole lot more enjoyable.
Webinar- Weather or Not
Making an informed go/no-go flight decision requires the pilot to collect and evaluate weather information pertinent to the flight. Prof. H. Paul Shuch will help you learn where to turn for help in deciding “weather or not” to fly.
Webinar- Doing GA Single-Pilot IFR Better
Mike Busch discusses the 1981, NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) published report of general aviation single-pilot IFR operations . This webinar takes you on a guided tour of the study's key findings.
Webinar- Airspace 101
Radek Wyrzykowski, EAA flight proficiency manager, breaks down complex airspace and discusses it in simple terms you can understand without being an expert in FAA regulations.
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