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APS Announces Selection by 2nd US Legacy Airline

APS Provides Fleetwide Upset Recovery Training Solutions for Second Major US Legacy Airline


At the World Aviation Training Summit (WATS) in Orlando, Florida, today, APS announced their partnership with its second major US legacy airline to assist the air carrier with new FAA Part 121 Upset Prevention & Recovery Training (UPRT) mandates due March 2019.

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Orlando, Florida – April 17, 2018 Aviation Performance Solutions (APS), the global leader in airline Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT), announced today at the 21st World Aviation Training Summit (WATS) in Orlando, Florida, their selection by a second US legacy airline. APS will assist the air carrier with UPRT  enhancements to rapidly and comprehensively meet new Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 121 UPRT mandates due in March 2019. APS provides industry-leading transport category type-specific UPRT programs customized to each airline and harmonized for all their different fleet types.

These UPRT program refinements provide airlines’ elite pilots with targeted skills and knowledge designed to effectively prevent upset conditions from developing or, if an airplane upset develops beyond normal operating parameters, apply precise recovery actions to return the airliner to a stabilized condition in the heart of the flight envelope . The FAA requires all air carriers in the United States to augment their pilot training programs to address training unique to the UPRT domain to include stall, upset, and advanced handling conditions in response to mandates issued by US Congress in Public Law 111.216. These training improvements make the world’s safest form of transportation even safer for participating airlines. More information: apstraining.com/airlineuprt/

“APS is honored to work with two of the largest US airlines to improve air safety by aiding them in refining the most efficient, cost-effective and results-oriented upset training program for their pilots,” said Paul Ransbury, President of APS. “It is the responsibility of all US commercial aviation operators to comprehensively address safety requirements. Together, APS collaborates with air carriers of all types and sizes around the world to provide pilots with the most advanced knowledge and practical skills available.”

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ABOUT AVIATION PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS
Aviation Performance Solutions LLC (APS), headquartered at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona, trains thousands of professional pilots and instructors in comprehensive Upset Prevention and Recovery Training skill development. APS provides integrated LOC-I solutions via industry-leading computer-based, on-aircraft (jet and piston), and full-flight simulator Upset Prevention & Recovery Training (UPRT). All training is in full compliance with the Airplane Upset Recovery Training Aid, FAA Advisory Circular 120-109A on Stall Training, ICAO Manual on Aeroplane Upset Prevention and Recovery Training, IATA Guidance Material and Best Practices for the Implementation of Upset Prevention and Recovery Training, and the FAA Advisory Circular 120-111 on Upset Prevention and Recovery Training. APS is the only Part 141 Flight School certified in the delivery of complete upset prevention & recovery, stall/spin and instrument upset recovery training courses worldwide. With additional training locations in Texas (USA), The Netherlands (Europe), and military division in Alabama (USA), APS provides global access to the highest quality Upset Prevention and Recovery Training available.


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