Upset Recovery Brief to Pilatus Owners and Pilots Association (POPA 2011) in Denver, Colorado


The following 50-minute presentation was recorded live On Saturday, June 11, 2011, at the Pilatus Owners and Pilots Association annual gathering in Denver, Colorado …

Summarizing 2 years of focused industry effort on systematically identifying and addressing the Loss of Control In-Flight (LOC-I) problem, the Royal Aeronautical Society’s International Committee for Aviation Training in Extended Envelopes (ICATEE), as well as the international non-profit Upset Prevention & Recovery Training Association (UPRTA), presents a 50-minute industry update on recent advancements in commercial aviation upset recovery training efforts. A report issued by Boeing in July 2010, and a 2011 general aviation report issued by the GAJSC, identify Loss of Control In-Flight (LOC-I) as the cause of the most crash-related fatalities in both commercial aviation worldwide and US general aviation over the past 10 Years.

 
 

Review a Testimonial by a PC-12 Pilot graduating from the
APS Professional Jet Pilot Upset Recovery Training Program

 

Paul "BJ" Ransbury, APS President

Speaker:
Paul BJ Ransbury
UPRTA – Vice President, Global Integration
ICATEE – Co-Leader, Upset Training Analysis Team
APS Emergency Maneuver Training – President

  • Under Mr. Ransbury’s direct management and supervision of both US-based and foreign academies, more than 4,000 professional jet pilots have been successfully trained in standardized upset prevention & recovery training techniques and mitigation strategies
  • Former F/A-18 Hornet Fighter Pilot and Instructor
  • Former Airbus A320 Airline Pilot
  • Gold Seal Flight Instructor / Master CFI – Aerobatic
    CFI / CFII / MEI / AGI

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