A significant number of general aviation fatalities could be avoided if pilots were better prepared and equipped to survive forced landings and crashes.
A new training resource is available online to help pilots more safely and efficiently practice Instrument Approach procedures at Stanfield and Casa Grande Municipal Airport.
Commercial jet and flight-training airspace in the Southeast Valley remains congested.
A reminder that CAE Oxford Academy uses arrival and departure routes for FFZ.
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A new training resource is available online to help pilots more safely and efficiently practice Instrument Approach procedures at Stanfield and Casa Grande Municipal Airport. The document spells out dimensions of the so-called Stack, where pilots practice Instrument...
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NTSB accident data suggest that spatial disorientation may be a precursor to many general aviation accidents – particularly in night or limited visibility weather conditions.
Learn about proposed changes in IFR practice procedures for The Stack at Stanfield VORTAC, and suggested airport and training procedures.
Knowing your aircraft’s capabilities and limits might mean the difference between skidding off the runway into a lake or making it over the tops of some trees on the departure end.
This is no April Fools Day joke: On April 1, student pilots no longer will get their certificates from their Aviation Medical Examiner.
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