168 How to Avoid Deadly Weather-Related Accidents – Safety Moment with Rob Mark

168 How to Avoid Deadly Weather-Related Accidents – Safety Moment with Rob Mark

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168 Max talks with Flying Mag Sr. Editor Rob Mark about two recent fatal weather-related accidents and strategies for avoiding them. A family of four was killed in a SR22 after a low time Private pilot took off for a long trip at night and encountered weather. A doctor flying a Cessna 210 crashed in Texas while flying an instrument approach in freezing rain. A timely 180 could have saved both pilots.

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Flying Magazine
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SR22 Accident, weather in Arkansas
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167 Fuel Exhaustion and Fuel Starvation Accidents + GA News

167 Fuel Exhaustion and Fuel Starvation Accidents + GA News

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167 Max talks about several recent fuel-related accidents and what the FAA’s Risk Management Handbook and the Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge say pilots can do to avoid these kinds of accidents. Listener feedback includes an FAA legal opinion on how pilots can use a non-CFII to get instrument current in actual conditions. And a controller asks about how pilots get to the MEA without an ODP.

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Fatal Fuel Exhaustion Accident Jackson, TN
Fuel exhaustion leads to forced landing in a marsh
FAA Bulletin: Aircraft Interior Disinfection
Airports with Nearby Outdoor Activities
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142 Aviation News of the Weird and iPad Incidents with Flying Magazine’s Rob Mark


142 Aviation News of the Weird and iPad Incidents with Flying Magazine’s Rob Mark

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142 Max talks with Flying Magazine Sr. Editor Rob Mark about recent strange crashes and stupid criminals committing crimes involving planes and airports and advice for pilots becoming airline pilots. Plus commentary and tips for on the right way to fly an airplane. iPads are a new way for pilots to become distracted, and we talk about a number of crashes and near crashes involving iPads.

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Flying Magazine’s On-Demand Video Service
Rob Mark’s JetWhine Blog

Coronavirus Resources Mentioned
Math Professor’s YouTube video – explains why behavior change works in reducing coronavirus cases even when we have exponential growth

Article on Why Making Changes Today, Has a Big Impact on Total Coronavirus Cases

The Happiness Lab podcast #15 Coronavirus BONUS: Beat Your Isolation Loneliness

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138 Wake Turbulence Accidents and What to Do to Avoid Them + GA News


138 Wake Turbulence Accidents and What to Do to Avoid Them + GA News

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138 Max talks about wake turbulence accidents, what causes wake turbulence, and how to avoid it. He also talks about a recent encounter that he had with wake turbulence while flying a Cirrus Vision Jet.

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Image Credit: Wake Turbulence from NASA.gov
Sebastian Schuon’s Fun Flying Destination in Italy
AIM Section 3 – Wake Turbulence
AC 90-23 Advisory Circular – Wake Turbulence
LSAs log growth in 2019
Pilot looking at iPad hits another plane on the taxiway
Transponder Buyer’s Guide
FAA Emergency AD Grounds Cirrus Jet Fleet

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134 How to Avoid CFIT, Controlled Flight Into Terrain Accidents + GA News


134 How to Avoid CFIT, Controlled Flight Into Terrain Accidents + GA News

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134 Max talks about several CFIT accidents, including a recent crash of a SR22 near Las Vegas. He also talks about why you might still hit terrain when getting ATC vectors during VFR flight. He also talks about relative terrain tools available in the cockpit and in EFB apps such as ForeFlight and Garmin Pilot, and how they can help keep you safe.

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Sedona YouTube Video on Fly with the Guys Channel
Proposal Video
FAA’s website to request a Public ADS-B Performance Report
AEA Scholarships Application
Nov 2019 Las Vegas Plane Crash
GA Joint Steering Committee’s CFIT Brochure
AC 61-134 – General Aviation Controlled Flight into Terrain Awareness
NTSB Final Report – Dec 1995 CFIT accident at San Jose, CA
NTSB Final Report – Nov 2007 CFIT accident near Las Vegas
FAA Risk Management Handbook

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124 B-17 Crash, General Aviation Accidents, Nall Report, and CBD Oil + GA News


124 B-17 Crash, General Aviation Accidents, Nall Report, and CBD Oil + GA News

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124 We discuss the B-17 crash and possible causes. Max summarizes GA accident data from the AOPA Nall report. GA accidents have declined over the last ten years, and the fatal accident rate has dropped substantially Landings are the most common accident type. Experimental aircraft accidents have declined, but still have accidents at a higher rate than other aircraft. A listener asks about CBD Oil.  

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ForeFlight Frequent Filer contest
Patty Wagstaff Banquet
NTSB Aviation Database
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28th Joseph T Nall Report
Grand Canyon National Park Special Flight Rules Area
AOPA’s David Tulis on Grand Canyon
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Beaumont Hotel, Beaumont, KS
Petition to Eliminate VOR Logging Requirement
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Aviation News Talk #5 on Deadly Distractions
FAA Aeromedical Advisory on CBD Oil – page 5

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114 Get-There-itis Accidents, Red Flags, and Tips for Avoiding Them + General Aviation News


114 Get-There-itis Accidents, Red Flags, and Tips for Avoiding Them + General Aviation News

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Max talks about Get-There-itis accidents, and the time he got Get-There-itis, even though he was familiar with the phenomena. In that case, a crying 3-year old prompted him to continue flying into a storm where he began picking up ice. Max also talks about meeting astronauts Wally Shirra, Alan Shepard, and Chief Flight Director, Gene Kranz, who directed Gemini and Apollo missions.

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Airplane Geeks episode with #558 Dick Knapinski on AirVenture 2019
On Opposing Bases #81 AirVenture NOTAM
Max Trescott on Opposing Bases #80 talking about S.F. Bay airspace and Bay Tour
Max’s Emergency Descent Video in SR20
FedEx Captain’s letter to Family of Girl who Died while Soloing
Family dies in Get-There-itis accident in SR22 in Colorado
NTSB Report – Get-There-itis accident in SR22 in Colorado
FAA PAVE Personal Minimums Checklist
FAA Personal and Weather Risk Assessment Guide
AOPA Video – Bakersfield, CA Get-There-itis accident
Get-There-itis Study – France
NPR Article – Interview with Apollo Engineers

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112 Buzzing and Low Altitude Flight + General Aviation News


112 Buzzing and Low Altitude Flight + GA News

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Max talks about Buzzing and Low Altitude Flight, its dangers, and some of the things you can do to mitigate some of the risk if you have to fly low. Even high time pilots have accidents when they fly close to the ground. You can mitigate some of the risk by careful planning ahead of time to identify towers, wires, and other obstacles. Still, unless you have to fly low to the ground, you can avoid a lot of risk by flying at normal altitudes.

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Draco STOL Plane Modifications
NASA Icing and Tailplane Stall Video

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111 SR22 Icing Accident and Tailplane Stalls + General Aviation News


111 SR22 Icing Accident and Tailplane Stalls + GA News

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111 Max talks about a SR22 icing accident that killed a client. Meteorologist Scott Dennstaedt analyzes the weather, which had severe icing in clouds, and talks about tools pilots can use in preflight to identify possible icing. Ice often forms first on the tail. Tailplane stalls pitch an aircraft down and require a different recovery method than wing stalls. Speeds were too high to use the parachute.

The accident aircraft was a normally aspirated SR22 which had a TKS anti-icing system, but not the more robust FIKI system that permits flight in known icing. The aircraft didn’t have built-in oxygen, which may be why the aircraft was flown at the 14,000 feet, the maximum altitude at which a pilot can fly for up to 30 minutes without supplemental oxygen. The minimum en route altitude was 13,300 feet, so when the pilot encountered ice, he was unable to descend.

For the first eleven minutes at 14,000 feet, flight data appeared normal. But in the next three minutes the aircraft’s speed decreased by 60 knots, while climbing 600 feet, or about 200 feet per minute, suggesting the aircraft had picked up a heavy load of ice. The aircraft then disappeared.

Simulations show that in a tailplane stall, an aircraft pitches down sharply and rapidly increases speed. Most likely, the accident aircraft reached 200 knots in about five seconds, which would be too fast to deploy the CAPS parachute. Recovery from a tailplane are the opposite of a wing stall that pilots practice. To recover, a pilot needs to pull back on the yoke an reduce power.

SR22 Accident and Icing-Related Links
Preliminary NTSB Report for SR22 Utah crash
Flightaware.com Flight Track for the SR22
Kathryn’s Report and Photos for the SR22
Scott Dennstaedt’s Weather Book
Scott Dennstaedt’s Website
Cirrus Learning Portal – Icing Awareness Course

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FAA Hiring Controllers – Apply Here
EAA Chapter 20 at San Carlos, CA 
Where’s My Airport web site
Stolen Airplane Radios
Riley’s Youtube channel
Riley’s Instagram

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110 Aircraft Icing – How to Avoid or Escape Ice – Interview with Fred Remer


110 Aircraft Icing – How to Avoid or Escape Ice – Interview with Fred Remer

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110 Max recently lost a client in an icing accident and he talks with UND Associate Professor Fred Remer about different types of inflight icing pilots can encounter and how to escape it. Fred talks about carburetor and structural icing, where icing is most prevalent in the U.S., the clouds most likely to have ice, and the different types and severity of icing. How to escape icing is also discussed.

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Fred Remer’s biography
NASA Icing Training website
Fred Remer’s YouTube channel
AviationWeather.gov Icing Forecasts

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