169 Fuel Gauge Accuracy, IFR Visual Approaches, & Listener Close Calls + GA News

169 Fuel Gauge Accuracy, IFR Visual Approaches, & Listener Close Calls + GA News

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169 Max talks with American Bonanza Society Executive Director Tom Turner about FAA regulations for fuel gauge accuracy. Max discusses what to do if you have to go around after cleared for an IFR Visual Approach, and how it differs depending upon whether you’re at a towered on non-towered airport. Max also reads listener emails about close calls including icing, fuel management, and weather accidents.

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Going Around after Flying an IFR Visual Approach
PIREP Survey Link
Medical Survey – Barriers Pilots Face When Seeking Care
ATC Zero events due to pandemic

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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.

Mentioned in the Show
Flying Magazine
Rob Mark’s JetWhine.com blog
SR22 Accident, weather in Arkansas
Cessna 210 icing accident in Texas

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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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Summary
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
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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.

Mentioned in the Show
Fred Remer’s biography
NASA Icing Training website
Fred Remer’s YouTube channel
AviationWeather.gov Icing Forecasts

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92 Pilot Weather: From Solo to the Airlines – Book Interview with Scott Dennstaedt


92 Pilot Weather: From Solo to the Airlines – Book Interview with Scott Dennstaedt

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Summary
92 Max talks with flight instructor and former research meteorologist Scott Dennstaedt about his new Weather book for student pilots to airline pilots. We talked about things pilots need to know about encountering icing. Later we talked about how to deal with the overwhelming number of online aviation weather sites. Finally, Scott talks about some of the tools that pilots can use to determine cloud tops.

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Order Scott’s Weather Book – linked for signed copy
Order Scott’s Book from Amazon
Scott Dennstaedt’s AvWxWorkshops.com website
Weatherspork.com

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62 Garmin GDL 52 Portable SiriusXM and ADS-B Traffic and Weather Receiver – Interview with Joey Ferreyra


62 Garmin GDL 52 Portable SiriusXM and ADS-B Traffic and Weather Receiver – Interview with Joey Ferreyra

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Max interviews Garmin Marketing Manager Joey Ferreyra about the Garmin GDL 52, a top of the line, no compromises, ADS-B Receiver that includes a SiriusXM Weather Receiver, a GPS, and an AHRS into a single portable unit. Typically, ADS-B weather can only be received in the air, but SiriusXM weather can be received on the ground, since it’s a satellite based system. The system can also receive SiriusXM radio.

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