Preventing CFIT accidents has been a safety goal for some time. In a 2014 presentation at the Bombardier Safety Stand Down NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt characterized CFIT as “The Problem that Never Went Away”. Even today, with commonly available, greatly improved flight position displays, we still see accidents where airworthy aircraft under positive control are unintentionally flown into terrain or structures.
Luke Air Force Base has strongly supported the mission of the flight training community. On June 7th, General Todd Canterbury of Luke Air Force Base released updated policy on the use of the Aux-1 ILS. Please see this post for more information.
New version posted on January 10th, 2019. Download your GPS overlay of the practice areas today and start using it in Foreflight and Garmin Pilot!
New procedures to help pilots more safely and efficiently practice Instrument approaches at Stanfield and Casa Grande Municipal Airport have been released by the AFTW.
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Watch the video of the Zoom meeting of the Arizona Flight Training Workgroup on July 8, 2020:
Version 6 of The Stack Procedures is available for download. Learn about best practices for safely practicing instrument approach procedures into CGZ from The Stack, or Stanfield VOR.
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