Fall 2014 Magazine

In this Issue:

  • False Glidescope
  • Reverse with Care
  • Piper M-Class Quality Initiatives
  • That Fleeting 'Time of Useful Consciousness'
  • Reading Between the Lines of TAFs
  • and more...

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In this Issue:

  • From the Executive Director
  • Gizmos and Gadgets
  • All About Jet Fuel
  • Convective Outflow Boundaries
  • Stabilized Approaches
  • Maintenance - Kevin Mead
  • Accident Review - Summer 2014
  • Angle of Attack Indication
  • Tax Talk - Run Your Business
  • Professional Charts for iPad
  • How USA Today Got Everything Wrong
  • Weekenders - Northern Destinations

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2014 Convention ReCap

This year's 2014 Fly-In Convention in Bonita Springs, FL was another spectacular one! The speakers, presentations and resources were again top notch this year. A number of them are provided below.

Be sure to mark your calendars for next year's convention - September 16-20 in Coeur d’Alene, ID

Cabin Depressurization and Slow Onset Hypoxia

CRM, Simulator and Scenario based physiology

Lessons learned from 2500 pilots trained in slow onset hypoxia

By Dr. Paul Buza, Medical director, SOUTHERN AEROMEDICAL INSTITUTE

Kalitta-66: Striking Hypoxia Tape

One of the topics at 2014 Convention was hypoxia, and pulse oximeters were distributed to owners. This tape is a dramatic real example.

2014 Safety Review, by Manny Casiano

The accidents since last convention are discussed, with some takeaways from the preliminary information available.

PA46 Angle-of-Attack Indicator Project

AoA Concepts - Mark Korin, Alpha Systems

FAA Approval - Pete Rouse, Small Airplane Dir.

PA46 Installation - Jon Sisk, MMOPA

2014 Membership Meeting