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Log in or sign up in seconds. Why private planes crash The majority of general aviation accidents ultimately come down to pilot error, according to NTSB statistics. The more-strenuous training requirements for corporate jet pilots might help explain why business flights are safer than personal flights, Weener added. And Weener and his colleagues are encouraging pilots to focus on their skills and risk management. I sometimes wonder how you come to your conclusions sometimes. Not-for-profit PPL study group.

The majority of general aviation accidents ultimately come down to pilot error, according to NTSB statistics. I would have probably done the latter, because I would have been already halfway there having turned right a bit. And yes, WINGs is good, get on it! Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. That works out to a total fatality rate of 1. Denmark Norway and Sweden – ban on N-reg long term parking.

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They’re no longer somethings with time to accident in flight training. In fact, when ATC clears a pilot to land, at a busy airport but with no preceeding trafficthe pilot is supposed to fly a tight pattern, land and vacate the runway as quickly as possible.

The fatalities were the first commercial airline deaths on a domestic carrier in three years. I think all students should watch them before getting their ppl. His radio calls sound totally calm….

They’re fantastically done and the fact they sometimes involve the pilot really lends a sense of gravitas. Airplane owners are busy people. This suggests that stepping on a private plane is about 19 times more dangerous than getting into the family sedan. The views and opinions of originators and contributors expressed on this site are their own.

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Stephanie hails from East Tennessee, the global center for salamander diversity. It’s a broad category, describing any crash in which the pilot loses control of the aircraft and can’t wrest it back before hitting the ground. Another private plane crashed in Alva, Oklahoma, on Nov. Does anyone else ever watch these?

With so much crap being talked on the radio its a wonder there was any communication. Threads possibly related to this one A busy week ahead. Log in or etudy up in seconds. So ATC over here needs to be of a higher standard — because pilots are trained to have their hands held more.

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That seems hard to believe for me too. For example the accidetn about how ATC got confused and cleared a plane onto a runway when another plane was landing.

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The problem is that it may not translate well in an airplane. I wonder if the accident pilot was distracted by his passengers — for his hours, at his home base, he was not aware of the traffic situation.

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Denmark Norway and Sweden – ban on N-reg long term parking. Additionally, many are leaders in their field.

Not-for-profit PPL study group. The majority of general aviation accidents ultimately come down to pilot error, according to NTSB statistics. There is not much of a reason to just crash out of the airport circuit. Compared to commercial flights, private aircraft lack safety features and redundancies, including co-pilots, backup systems for navigation information and extra engines.

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This is a good example of why we require RT discipline anf correct phraseology.

I briefly looked at it and it seems like a good idea and saves you on the flight reviews although I have to do one for my club every year anyway. On any nice weekend day, half of them will be nontransponding so you have no chance. I will spend days atudy through NTSB reports.

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I’m relatively low time but these people need to just get the plane landed somewhere instead of flying around running out of fuel or into storm clouds. That’s where the statistics get a little tricky. They are very interesting. Many are undertrained, operate more airplane than they can handle, and lack proficiency. Now…nobody should stall and spin an aircraft in a traffic avoidance maneuver, BUT …the previous controller mistake is totally obvious here.