200 What You Need to Know about Best Glide Speed, Recent Accidents + GA News

200 What You Need to Know about Best Glide Speed, Recent Accidents + GA News

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200 Max talks about important factors related to flying best glide speed and the importance of using a checklist during an engine out emergency. He explains how to judge whether you’ll make it to the airport or a particular field using visual methods and electronic tools and apps. He also talks about a number of recent accidents including a recent Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet accident.

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NTSB Preliminary Report – Launchpad Marzari Accident
FAA Article: A Deaf Pilot’s Path to Aviation
FAA Article: Changing to LED lightbulbs
IFR Magazine article: IFR Circling – Conform with VFR Traffic Pattern

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199 IFR Circling Approach Hazards & Tips for Flying Them + GA News

199 IFR Circling Approach Hazards & Tips for Flying Them + GA News

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199 Max talks about the accident rate, common mistakes, and offers tips for flying IFR circling approaches. ICAO says circling approaches have 25 times the risk of a straight-in approach with vertical guidance. The size of the protected circling area changed in 2013. In the circling area, TERP requires a 25° bank angle. Pilots often fly a downwind that’s too close and overshoot the base to final turn.

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ICAO: Circling 25 times more risky
ICAO: Doc 8168, Aircraft Operations
International Safety Association: Circling Approaches
FAA Expands Size of Protected Airspace for Circling Approaches
Suggestions for increasing safety on circling approaches
‘Launchpad’ Marzari – GoFundMe Memorial Brick at EAA
NAFI YouTube interview of CFI Max Trescott
Last SDF Instrument Approach in U.S.
Pilatus PC-12 Helps Reopen L.A. School District

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194 Hero Pilot Avoids Houses in Fatal Plane Crash – Brad Launchpad Marzari

194 Hero Pilot Avoids Houses in Fatal Plane Crash – Brad Launchpad Marzari

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194 Max talks about a recent fatal plane crash that killed Brad Launchpad Marzari. Data suggests Brad dived his plane to avoid crashing into a housing development. Launchpad was reporter at larger for the Airplane Geeks podcast. A physically large man, he was often described as being larger than life. He once rescued students from a dorm fire, and it appears he was a hero again in death.

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Airplane Geeks #660 – Bradley Guy “Launchpad” Marzari
Airplane Geeks #639 – Launchpad’s “Snow Tug”
Airplane Geeks #635 – Fire on the Launchpad by Micah
Micah’s Twitter

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193 Two SR20 Takeoff Accidents plus Performance Charts with Catherine Cavagnaro + GA News

193 Two SR20 Takeoff Accidents plus Performance Charts with Catherine Cavagnaro + GA News

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193 Max talks with Catherine Cavagnaro about her insights into POH takeoff performance charts. He also talked about two recent SR20 takeoff accidents. One occurred at Truckee Airport, where Max had been twice before in recent weeks, both times in SR20s. The other occurred in Arkansas after a pilot took off with his pitot cover on and did a base to final spin after flying a very low traffic pattern.

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Cirrus SR20 Takeoff Accident at Truckee, CA
Cirrus SR20 Takeoff Accident at Conway, AR
#99 Air Force Pilot Crash in Cirrus SR22
#130 SR22 Crash into House in Southern California
Catherine Cavagnaro YouTube Channel
Catherine Cavagnaro’s Ace Aerobatic School
AOPA Pilot Magazine Articles by Catherine Cavagnaro

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190 King Air 350 Crash Analysis with Seth Lake + GA News

190 King Air 350 Crash Analysis with Seth Lake + GA News

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190 Max talks with Seth Lake about the NTSB’s probable cause for a King Air 350 crash that killed ten people. There were a series of errors. The pilots did not call for any of the takeoff checklists or discuss what to do if an engine lost thrust on takeoff. The pilot responded to the emergency with left rudder input, the opposite action of what the emergency called for.

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Central Oregon Web Cams
Seth Lake’s VSL Aviation web site
Opposing Bases Podcast

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178 Standard Operating Procedures for GA pilots, Minimum Safe Altitude Rule + GA News

178 Standard Operating Procedures for GA pilots, Minimum Safe Altitude Rule + GA News

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178 Max talks with Rob Mark about Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and how GA pilots can use them. Rob talks about a tragic accident at Bedford, MA in which a Gulfstream crashed on takeoff because the gust lock was in place and the pilots had not followed SOPs. Plus, the Minimum Safe Altitude rule and a question from a student pilot, who plans a career in aviation, on cleaning up a messy logbook.

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FAA AC 20-103
The mother daughter pilots forging a path for female aviators
91.119 Minimum Safe Altitudes Rule
FAA Safety Briefing Online Magazine
FAA Safety Briefing Article on SOPs
PAVE Personal Minimums Checklist
FAA AC 120-71B
Rob Mark’s JetWhine blog
Rob’s NBAA Single Pilot IFR Video
Gulfstream Accident, Bedford, MA
Why Student Pilots Shouldn’t Carry Passengers
Max Trescott’s GPS and WAAS Instrument Flying Handbook

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177 Final NTSB Report: Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash Explained & What Pilots Can Learn from It

177 Final NTSB Report: Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash Explained & What Pilots Can Learn from It

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177 Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash explained and what GA pilots can Learn from It. Max plays clips from the 4-hour NTSB Board meeting on Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash. The pilot’s decision to continue flight under VFR and into IMC resulted in the pilot’s spatial disorientation and loss of control. The pilot’s likely self-induced pressure and plan continue continuation bias were also factors.

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NTSB Calabasas, CA Helicopter Crash B-Roll
NTSB Investigative Webpage
Additional investigation-related images
NTSB: Abstract of the Final Report
NTSB Board Meeting: Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash
NTSB: Links to the accident docket and other publicly released information
Risk Factors Associated with Weather-Related General Aviation Accidents

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162 Cirrus SR22 Crashes on an Instrument Approach after Unnecessary Fuel Stop and Many Other Risk Factors + GA News

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Summary
Max talks about a fatal crash with many risk factors including a pilot who had low total flying time and relatively little experience in an SR22. After a 5-hour flight, flown late at night, he flew past his destination to buy cheap fuel at another airport close to his home. During that time, his home field went below minimums. He appeared to be unaware he was flying parallel, but offset by 0.6 miles laterally, throughout the entire approach. He ended up crashing a mile short of the runway. The accident pilot made a similar mistake during an instrument approach he flew two nights earlier. However that time, after flying parallel and offset from the final approach course for a full minute, he noticed his error and slowly corrected, getting back on course just at the Final Approach Fix.

These similar errors suggest the pilot was not looking at the HSI for primary course guidance during his instrument approaches. Most likely, he was instead referring to the moving map for course guidance. Unfortunately the moving map presents virtually the same image whether you’re slightly off course or far outside the bounds of the instrument approach, as this pilot was. Depending upon how the map range is set, the map looks virtually the same in both cases. I occasionally see instrument pilots make this mistake and I always tell them they must use the HSI (or CDI), not the moving map, for primary course guidance.

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Wellue O2 Oximeter Ring for sale on Amazon
FAA Aviation Instructor’s Handbook – free PDF version
FAA Aviation Instructor’s Handbook – print version
FAA Aviation Instructor’s Handbook – print version + ebook version
SR22 Accident – Kathryn’s Report
SR22 Accident – NTSB preliminary report

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Children of the Magenta Line line

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156 Atlas Air Crash Flight 3591 Explained & What GA Pilots Can Learn from It

156 Atlas Air Crash Flight 3591 Explained & What GA Pilots Can Learn from It

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Max Trescott’s 156 Atlas Air Crash, Flight 3591 explained and what GA pilots can Learn from It. Max plays clips from the 4-hour NTSB Board meeting on the Atlas Air crash. The flight was normal until the 767 suddenly plummeted from 6,000 feet into a bay near Houston. Like most accidents, there were many factors that led to the crash. The event started when the First Officer accidentally engaged GA mode.

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NTSB Atlas Air Crash Recreation Video
NTSB Board Meeting: Atlas Air Flight 3591 Cargo Plane Crash
NTSB: Links to the accident docket and other publicly released information
NTSB: Abstract of the Final Report
[ATC AUDIO] Prime Air 767 CRASH in Houston

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150 Getting Back into Flying Safely, Fatal Cirrus SR20 Stall/Spin Accident + GA News

150 Getting Back into Flying Safely, Fatal Cirrus SR20 Stall/Spin Accident + GA News

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150 Max talks about a rash of plane crashes in a 2-day period in which pilots lacked proficient. Many of these were landing gear collapses or gear up landings. One was a student pilot who died in a base to final stall/ spin, while on a long cross country flight. DPE Jason Blair talks about how to regain proficiency, making sure your instructor is proficiency, and airplane cleaning protocols for COVID.

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Electric Caravan first flight – Live May 28 Facebook
Electric Caravan first flight – Live May 28 Twitter
COVID-19 Guidance for Flight schools
AOPA Pilot Proficiency Plan
Preliminary Report Student Pilot Aerostar crash
Reckless Flying Caused Fatal T-45C Crash
Student Pilot stall/spin accident in SR20
CFI to CFI newsletter
Doug Stewart’s new IFR Video series

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Drone flies close to Blue Angels

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