Airmanship Skills to Avoid Loss of Control

Four 2-Hour Lessons (2 days) – Total Cost $1100

The biggest danger to a pilot when flying a light aircraft is himself. Statistics reveal that loss of control is the leading cause of fatal accidents. Continued flight into IFR is a close second. In the case of loss of control accidents, almost all involve a turn.
The biggest danger to a pilot when flying a light aircraft is himself. Statistics reveal that loss of control is the leading cause of fatal accidents. Continued flight into IFR is a close second. In the case of loss of control accidents, almost all involve a turn.

This short and effective syllabus will train you to understand and avoid loss of control. Loss of control (LOC) is of special interest to the FAA and to most pilots, because LOC continues to be the leading cause of fatal accidents. Dylan Aviation offers a unique training syllabus to address the specific cause of LOC. In two half day modules, this course addresses the root cause of loss of control – pilots cause airplanes to stall.

In two 2-hour lessons, the first module of this course will help you master the two fundamentals of airmanship: do not stall and control yaw.
• Lesson #1: Stall recognition and recovery, nose low unusual attitude recovery.
• Lesson #2: Sight picture, recognition and control of yaw, aircraft stability and re-establishing attitude.

In the second module you will master the turn; specifically ten distinctly different kinds of turns and you do them all in slow flight. This dramatic training provides clear focus on the hard fact that most fatal loss of control incidents involve a turn.
• Lesson #3: The elevator, what does it do? As the angle of attack control the elevator makes the airplane stall, controls airspeed and makes the airplane turn.
• Lesson #4: Using the loss of engine, turn and go back scenario, you will compare your performances of using a maximum rate turn, constant speed turn, constant attitude turn and the infamous canyon turn to complete a 180 degree turn, with minimum loss of altitude.

This course is a Best Buy! It will prepare you to avoid a loss of control stall/spin incident.

Call 772-485-6761 or e-mail today to reserve two days for this important training.