215 Buying and Flying a Cirrus SR22 from Indiana to California + GA News

215 Buying and Flying a Cirrus SR22 from Indiana to California + GA News

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215 Max talks with Dmitry Dakhnovsky about their recent trip buying and then flying an SR22 from Indianapolis to California. Something always seems to happen on these long trips, and in this case the challenge was with the weather as they neared their destination. There’s lots of discussion about the alternatives they considered, and how they always had a Plan B at every step of journey.

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214 San Diego Learjet Crash – Interview with Rob Mark

214 San Diego Learjet Crash – Interview with Rob Mark

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214 Max talks with Rob Mark about the San Diego Learjet Crash in El Cajon, and early clues that this landing wouldn’t succeed. The air ambulance flight crashed in poor weather, after canceling IFR, as required at night to land on a longer runway. A poorly flown traffic pattern at low altitude sealed their fate. Max and Rob asked pilots to think about when they would have diverted, if they were flying.

N880Z, a Learjet 35A, crashed while landing at night at Gillespie Field in El Cajon, north of San Diego. The crash was where the base intersects the final, which is a classic location for stall/spin accidents. The aircraft flew a traffic pattern that was lower and farther east than usual, and they were headed straight for Rattlesnake Mountain, which was a couple hundred feet higher than the aircraft. The aircraft crashed about 0.1 miles from the base of the mountain on Pepper Drive. There were no survivors.

The air ambulance flight originated from John Wayne Airport, which was a short, 18-minute flight to Gillespie. The weather at the time was at VFR minimums and IFR minimums for circling. The weather was 3 mile visibility with mist and a broken layer of clouds at 2,000 feet and an overcast layer at 2,600 feet.

The two-pilot crew flew the RNAV (GPS) 17 approach, which has LP minimums of 1,360 feet, for a straight in landing to runway 17. However runway 17 is more than a 1,000 feet shorter than runway 27R, and when the aircraft was approximately 3 miles north of the airport, they cancelled IFR and requested to land on runway 27R. Circling to runway 27R is not permitted at night when flying IFR, which is why the crew cancelled IFR, so that there were legally permitted to land on 27R.

The aircraft crossed overhead the airport very low at 725 feet, less than 350 feet above the field elevation of 388 feet. The aircraft then climbed to 950 feet in a left traffic pattern to 27R. The aircraft flew a traffic pattern that was farther north and east than their prior circles to runway 27R. This resulted in them flying directly toward Rattlesnake Mountain.

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Rob Mark’s JetWhine.com blog
Ep. 199 – IFR Circling Approach Hazards & Tips for Flying Them
ICAO: Circling 25 times more risky that straight-in with glideslope
Ep. 114 – Get-There-itis Accidents, Red Flags, and Tips for Avoiding Them
PAVE Personal minimums checklist
FAA’s Personal and Weather Risk Assessment Guide

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208 Commercial Flight Training, Fly Like a Pro, It’s the Little Things that Count with Catherine Cavagnaro

208 Commercial Flight Training, Fly Like a Pro, It’s the Little Things that Count with Catherine Cavagnaro

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208 Max talks with Catherine Cavagnaro about 36 things pilots can do to improve, so they’ll fly more professionally and increase the odds of passing the Private and Commercial checkrides. These include preflight briefings, taxiing, the run up, clearing turns, preparing for landing, crosswind landings, braking, and prop blast. She also talks about The University of the South aviation program.

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Catherine Cavagnaro’s Ace Aerobatic School
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196 Density Altitude and Mountain Flying – Interview Colin Aro

196 Density Altitude and Mountain Flying – Interview Colin Aro

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196 Max talks with Colin Aro about density altitude and mountain flying. He also talks about what glider pilots know that can help you when flying near mountains. Being high, hot, and/or humid results in high density altitude, which lowers aircraft performance. In mountains, consider weather factors including updrafts and downdrafts. Keep your aircraft light and fly early in the day.

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Mountain Flying Part 1 – High Country Basics | Lightspeed Aviation
Off Airport Landings | Lightspeed Aviation
FAA Mountain Flying Tips PDF

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192 Avoiding Takeoff Emergencies with Flying Magazine’s Rob Mark

192 Avoiding Takeoff Emergencies with Flying Magazine’s Rob Mark

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192 Max talks with Flying Magazine’s Rob Mark about minimizing takeoff risks. Per the NTSB, 26% of fatalities occur during takeoff, so pilots need to plan for what they’ll do if things don’t go well during the takeoff. Engine failure can occur, but a partial power loss is three times more likely than a complete engine failure. Rob also shares a long list of tips for avoiding takeoff emergencies.

Rob’s Tips for Avoiding Takeoff Emergencies
• Don’t simply read the before-takeoff checklist; make sure you’ve accomplished the required tasks.
• Recheck that the tank chosen for takeoff contains sufficient fuel.
• Check that the backup fuel pump is on if the aircraft requires it for takeoff.
• Recheck that takeoff flaps are properly set.
• How many inches of manifold pressure and/or what rpm should the engine deliver during the takeoff roll?
• Don’t accept an intersection departure that leaves valuable runway behind you.
• Note the distance (in feet) of your upcoming ground roll.
• Highlight the intersection where the aircraft should break ground.
• If you’re not airborne by the highlighted spot, do you have enough remaining runway to stop?
• Have you surveyed the area off the departure end of the runway for potential landing spots?
• If you’ve never practiced making a 180-degree turn back after a loss of power, don’t make today the day to try one.
• If you’re forced into an off-airport landing, your job is to protect the people on board—the airplane’s insured.

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186 Aviation News of the Weird with Flying Magazine’s Rob Mark

186 Aviation News of the Weird with Flying Magazine’s Rob Mark

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186 Max talks with Flying Mag Sr. Editor Rob Mark about recent strange events and stupid criminals. In one event, a Southwest pilot went on a profanity-laced rant on the tower frequency at San Jose. A now former Southwest pilot exposed himself in the cockpit while flying a trip. Multiple flying incidents have resulted in criminal charges, including two low level buzzing flights.

00:01   Opening
02:23   Southwest Pilot’s Rant
10:06   Southwest Pilot Exposed Himself
17:02   Prison for Flying without Pilot License
20:24   Prison Break Helicopter
26:30   Crashed Drone Into LAPD Helicopter
29:58   ATC Strike and Prison – Albania
35:26   NYPD Cop Trial for Phallic Drawing
38:02   Possible Prison Term for Buzzing
43:53   Possible Criminal Charges – Buzzing
49:17   Turkish Court Convicts Pilots
53:44   RAAF Pilot Gets Jail Time
56:59   Jail Time for False Identify to Get Pilot License

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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
Cessna 210 icing accident in Texas

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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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149 How to Really Fly Commercial Certificate Maneuvers – Interview with DPE Jason Blair

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149 Pilot examiner Jason Blair talks about what you need to know for the Commercial checkride. He focuses on how to Commercial maneuvers including chandelles, steep spirals, lazy eights, eights on pylons, and 180° accuracy landings. The oral portion is similar to the Private, but with an emphasis on Commercial certificate privileges, and no it doesn’t allow you to immediately start flying charter.

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147 Essential Tips on Aircraft Ownership – Interview with Mike Busch of Savvy Aviation


147 Essential Tips on Aircraft Ownership – Interview with Mike Busch of Savvy Aviation

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147 Max talks with Mike Busch, author of four books on general aviation piston aircraft maintenance, about essential aircraft ownership tips. Mike talks about how to protect aircraft engines from corrosion if the plane isn’t flown and about post-maintenance test flights and how they should be flown. He also relates horror stories of pilots who tried to save money by buying a cheap airplane.

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