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Flight Safety

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  1. Flight Safety

  2. Sioux City IA - UA DC-10 suffered a complete Hydraulic failure • Flight crew actions • Radio calls to ATC • Radio calls to UA maintenance • Flight engineer noted loss of all hydraulics • Brought UA pilot up from cabin • Opened in-flight manuals to review possible actions • Communicated with cabin crew

  3. Mountaineering • Clothing • O2 systems & flow meter • EPER • Rope & climbing systems • Ice axe

  4. Boating

  5. Available Soaring Resources

  6. Available Soaring Resources • Radio, Transponder, FLARM, PCAS-TCAS, ELT, GPS • Standard operation procedures • O2 & parachute • Ground safety officer (GSO), Chief Flight Instructor, Chief tow-pilot • Primary/secondary flight controls • POH – all aircraft (towplane & glider) • Sectional charts • Cell phone • Food/water • Weather information, notams, TFR’s • Situational awareness, powers of observation • Land-out kit • Flight instructor, Passengers, ground crew, wing runner, Tow Pilot • Positive control check, pre-flight (ABCCCDDE) • ATC, FSS, ATIS/ASOS • Liaison with other controlling authorities • Recurrent training programs, flight reviews • FAR, AIM, published training materials (GFH, SFM, …), web sites, PTS • Judgment training, Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM) • Good training program • Hanger flying, 1st person articles, accident analysis • Safety meetings, safety training

  7. Glider pilot resources • Tow Pilot, Line Crew, Wing Runner • Safety Officer, Field Operations Officer • SOP’s, standard soaring signals • POH, • PIC of glider • Radio • Preflight briefing w/Towpilot, winch operator, wing runner, other pilots, instructor • Preflight briefing including WX, notams, • In-situ weather observations, towplane observations (prior to launch) • What is the towpilot doing • How does the engine sound • Is it turbulent • Is there a crosswind • Are other pilots having difficulty launching/landing

  8. Available Resources • Equipment • People • Publications • Training • Other

  9. Available Soaring Resources • Equipment • Radio, Transponder, FLARM, PCAS-TCAS, ELT, GPS, flight computer • O2 & parachute • Cell phone • Land-out kit • Towrope, ring, release, weak links • Proper clothing, shoes, overnight, sunglasses,

  10. Available Soaring Resources • People • Ground safety officer (GSO), Chief/other Flight Instructor, Chief tow-pilot, met-man • Weather information, notams, TFR’s • Flight instructor, Passengers, ground crew, wing runner, Tow Pilot, other pilots, retrieve crew • ATC, FSS, ATIS/ASOS • Hanger flying, 1st person articles, accident analysis • Safety meetings, safety training

  11. Available Soaring Resources • Publications • Standard operation procedures • POH – all aircraft (towplane & glider) • Sectional charts • Weather information, notams, TFR’s • Positive control check, checklists (ABBCCCDDE) • Recurrent training programs, flight reviews • FAR, AIM, published training materials (GFH, SFM, …), web sites, PTS • Judgment training, Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM) • Good training program • Flight line logs • Magazine articles

  12. Available Soaring Resources • Other • O2 & parachute • Primary/secondary flight controls • Food/water • Visual signs of lift (birds, gliders, cows, witches, clouds