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Preventing Loss of Control Accidents. Special Emphasis Area. www.FAASafety.gov/Standdown. GA Joint Steering Committee. Homebuilt. Turbine. Recip Non-Homebuilt. GA Fatal Accidents, 2001-2010. GA Joint Steering Committee. LOC-I Accidents ≈ 3 x CFIT Accidents!.

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Preventing

Loss of Control

Accidents

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Special Emphasis Area

www.FAASafety.gov/Standdown

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GA Joint Steering Committee

Homebuilt

Turbine

Recip Non-Homebuilt

GA Fatal Accidents, 2001-2010

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GA Joint Steering Committee

LOC-I Accidents ≈ 3 x CFIT Accidents!

LOC-I > CFIT + SCF-PP + LALT + OTHR + UNK

GA Fatal Accidents, 2001-2010

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GA Joint Steering Committee

Drill Down: LOC-I by Phase of Flight

GA Fatal Accidents, 2001-2010

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Loss of Control Working Group

Detailed Implementation Plans

  • Transition Training & Type Clubs
  • Stabilized Approaches & Landings
  • Risk-Based Flight Reviews
  • Single-Pilot CRM
  • Aeronautical Decision-Making (ADM)
  • Angle of Attack Systems
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Discussion

Transition training is not uniformly applied, leading to accidents resulting from unfamiliarity with the airframe and/or equipment.

— What is your approach to transition training, and how might type club resources be used?

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Discussion

Emphasize stabilized approaches under scenarios that include wind, botched landings, and go-arounds.

— What techniques do you use when teaching stabilized approaches under varying conditions?

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Discussion

Incorporate a special emphasis area into flight reviews to address regional and national safety concerns.

— What are some considerations that should go into the formulation of a flight review syllabus?

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Discussion

Incorporate a special emphasis area into flight reviews to address regional and national safety concerns.

— What local safety issues do you cover during flight reviews, and how are they presented?

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Discussion

Increase the GA community’s awareness of best practices regarding single-pilot CRM operational techniques.

— How do you see CRM concepts improving safety during single-pilot operations?

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Discussion

Increase the GA community’s awareness of best practices regarding single-pilot CRM operational techniques.

— What techniques do you pass on to improve a pilot’s cockpit resource management?

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Discussion

Focus on ADM in preflight planning and the use of Flight Risk Assessment Tools (FRATs).

— When and how do you introduce ADM concepts into flight training?

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Discussion

Focus on ADM in preflight planning and the use of Flight Risk Assessment Tools (FRATs).

— What types of scenarios do you use to evaluate a pilot’s decision-making ability?

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Discussion

— What risk assessment tools have you found to be effective with trainees?

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Discussion

Incorporate AOA education into training at all levels; encourage installation and use of AOA systems for improved awareness of stall margin.

— How do you translate classroom discussions about AOA into real world flying scenarios?

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Discussion

Recall that fatal inflight loss of control occurs most often during the maneuvering phase, that is, while performing a turn of some kind.

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Discussion

874 pilots were asked, “What is the primary control surface you use when turning an airplane?”*

  • 63% responded Aileron
  • 23% responded Rudder
  • 14% responded Elevator

* Surveys during LOC webinars by R. Stowell, 2012-13

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Discussion

The FAA’s Airplane Flying Handbook unequivocally and correctly states:

Confusion over control usage while maneuvering can contribute to LOC-I

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Discussion

— How do you teach turn dynamics vis-à-vis AOA, airspeed, G-load, and energy state awareness?

Graphic: Emergency Maneuver Training, R. Stowell, p. 53

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Discussion

— How can the info on a V-G diagram be used to teach AOA awareness?

Typical V-G Diagram, Utility Category, FAA-H-8083-25A (PHAK), p. 4-33

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Discussion

— How do/might you integrate the use of AOA displays into training?

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Review

Loss of Control-Inflight (LOC-I) results from situations in which the pilot should have either maintained or regained control of the aircraft, but did not.

LOC-I remains by far the top occurrence category for fatal accidents in general aviation and is a special emphasis area for the FAA.

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The magnitude of the LOC-I problem

Maneuvering as a critical phase for LOC-I

Placing special emphasis on LOC-I awareness and prevention during training

Summary

During this forum, we discussed:

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Areas where instructors can have a direct and immediate impact on LOC-I education:

Transition Training

Approaches & Landings

Risk-Based Flight Reviews

Single-Pilot CRM and ADM

AOA Awareness, esp. while Maneuvering

Summary

During this forum, we discussed:

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This presentation would not have been possible without the generous help and support of the following:

Your Forum Facilitator

FAA Safety Teamwww.FAASafety.gov

SAFEwww.SafePilots.org

Rich Stowell, MCFI-Awww.RichStowell.com

Created August 2013

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