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near mid air collision
Near Mid Air Collision
  • A near mid air collision is defined as an incident associated with the operation of an aircraft in which a possibility of collision occurs as a result of proximity of less than 500 feet to another aircraft, or a report is received from a pilot or a flight crewmember stating that a collision hazard existed between two or more aircraft (AIM 7-83b).
profile of mid air collisions
Profile of Mid Air Collisions
  • Day VFR conditions
  • Majority occur within 5 miles of an airport
  • Areas of greatest traffic concentration
  • Slow angular closure rate
  • Majority occur below 3000 ft AGL

- Traffic pattern

- Final Approach

profile continued
Profile- Continued
  • Pilots of all experience levels

- First solo student

- !5,000 hour seasoned pilot

  • Military specific operations

- Formation flight

- NVD flight

causes of midairs
Causes of Midairs
  • Increasing traffic
  • Higher closure speeds
  • Overloaded ATC facilities and controllers
  • Pilot failure to employ effective scan techniques
locations of potential risk
Locations of potential risk
  • Uncontrolled airport traffic pattern
  • Controlled airspace during VMC conditions
  • Areas that skirt Class B, C, or D
  • Navaids
  • Passes, valleys
prevention measures
Prevention Measures
  • See and Avoid concept (FAR 91.113)
  • Understand eye limitations
  • Use scanning techniques
  • Compensate for aircraft design
  • Maintain situational awareness
  • Use and listen to radios
  • Assign scan sectors to crewmembers
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