AOPA Livermore Flyin and Aviation News Talk Meetup


112 AOPA Livermore Flyin and Aviation News Talk Meetup

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Summary
112 Max talks about the Aviation News Talk meetup that will be held at the AOPA Regional Flyin at Livermore, CA. The meetup with listeners will be from 5-6 PM on Friday, June 21, 2019 at the Starbucks located at the corner of Airway Blvd, which is the road that leads to the airport, and Kitty Hawk street. This is not a dinner, just a casual stop by, have a cup of tea or coffee and say hello. No need to RSVP, just show up.

Max will also be giving two presentations at the show. The first one is free. It’s at 3 PM on Friday, and it’s his How to Fly the S.F. Bay Tour seminar. Afterwards, S.F. Bay Tour maps will be available for sale for $15.

The second presentation is on Friday, and AOPA has included that as part of their workshop series, for which you do have to pay. The cost is $99 if you’ve registered in advance, and its $120 at the show. That gets you into all of the workshops, on both Friday and Saturday. The workshops run for 3-hours, and you can attend up to four of them. They start at 9 AM and 1 PM on both Friday and Saturday. Max’s workshop is Advanced IFR for modern GPS receivers, and it’s at 9 AM to noon on Saturday morning.

Max also discussed the NOTAMs in effect for the show. If you’re flying in to the show, you should read the NOTAM, as there are many changes from the standard procedures at Livermore.

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Livermore Airport NOTAM

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8 Lessons Pilots can Learn from the Boeing 737 MAX Crashes and the MCAS + General Aviation News


105 8 Lessons Pilots can Learn from the Boeing 737 MAX Crashes and the MCAS + GA News

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Summary
105 Max talks about the recent Boeing 737 MAX crashes, and the lessons that all pilots can learn from these accidents. Here’s a summary of his 8 Lessons Pilots can Learn from the Boeing 737 MAX Crashes:
#1 Know your aircraft systems intimately
#2 The documentation isn’t always complete. Join a type club.
#3 If you touch something and things get worse, undo what you did.
#4 If the autopilot is on and it’s doing weird things, turn it off. And vice versa.
#5 Understand what can cause runaway trim.
#6 Know how to disable the electric trim system in your aircraft.
#7 Make sure you can overpower the autopilot
#8 Know the critical single points of failure in your aircraft.

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What software organizations learn from the Boeing 737 MAX
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Dan Johnson Article: Electrics at Aero 2019
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SAFE Unveils CFI PROficiency™ Initiative
SAFE CFI Professional Society – Join online for $45
AOPA Article: TECHNIQUE: TAMING THE STALL
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Stratolaunch, the world’s largest airplane
Slipping and Skidding Stalls video

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