Professional Pilot Upset Recovery Training
Course Description: Professional Pilot Upset Recovery Training
This 3-day, 4/5-mission 141 certified course is APS's answer to the needs of serious private pilots, professional pilots (minimum rating of PPL plus Instrument required) and corporate flight departments seeking a new feature in life-saving safety training. This course combines the 3-mission Upset Recovery Training program with a thorough Spin Training indoctrination, as well as, the addition of Instrument Recovery Training. As in all APS courses, clients receive comprehensive ground, flight and post-flight instruction on situations from stalls to unusual attitudes to fully developed spins, including basic aerobatics to reinforce recovery skills. Aircraft upsets and unusual attitudes can happen just as easily in IMC as they can in VMC … recognize, avoid, recover if necessary ... be prepared.
Training Missions Included in this 3-Day Course
- URT 1, URT 2, URT 3
- IRT 1 & SPIN 1 (Combined Flight)
Client Testimonial for this Course
"Wow! My experience at APS Emergency Maneuver Training was absolutely outstanding. I was very impressed by your facility, curriculum, and people - everything is first class. It was an incredible experience to be able to receive personalized training from highly experienced military trained instructor pilots. I believe that your Upset Recovery course is training that every pilot should receive no matter what kind of aircraft they are operating. The simple and effective concepts that you have developed can be used in any airplane when faced with an upset of any kind. Training in the Extra 300L and learning to fly the required G-loads makes the training especially valuable and memorable."
John H., Ph.D., Tucson AZ
Cessna Mustang Pilot
President of the Citation Jet Pilots Association
Gulfstream Chief Pilot Comments on this Course
A Gulfstream G550 Chief Pilot discusses transfer of skill in on-aircraft upset recovery training using an aerobatic airplane within a highly regimented course of specialized training offered at APS. Mr. Bob Leahy has flown Gulfstreams for 30 years and graduated from the APS 3-Day Professional Pilot Upset Recovery Training program in May 2011. Please take a few minutes to hear Bob's opinion on transfer of skill and how his perception of value changed during the course ...