August 11, 2009
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently updated The System Safety Handbook (SSH.) It was developed for the internal use of the FAA to establish “a formal, disciplined, and documented decision making process to address safety risks in relation to high-consequence decisions impacting the complete life cycle.” I think it gives good guidance to anyone thinking about how to manage systemic risk.
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July 9, 2008
With TFRs becoming more and more common, the FAA wanting to expand their use and violations making the news, you should become familiar with how to avoid and respond. Would you know what to do if intercepted? AOPA offers great complementary courses to keep you up to date in today’s ever increasingly difficult airspace.
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May 28, 2008
Flying opens up so many opportunities that some new pilots seem to have difficulty deciding where to fly once they earn their license. Here are some ideas to get you up:
May 19, 2008
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May 19, 2008
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May 19, 2008
If it’s a paper copy the answer is almost always no. Why Jeppeson, King, ASA and other publishers pick October to release their paper copies of these most important pilot publications is somewhat difficult to understand. The main section of the FAR (CFR Title 14) is updated 1 January each year and the AIM is updated with a change about every 6 months. AIM Manual is typically released off cycle to the FAR. So, typically, after less than 3 months, most of the book is obsolete and after 4-5 months, the only current section in the whole book is CFR Title 49, on accident reporting and flight schools.
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May 18, 2008
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