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What Is an Airplane Upset?


 

Definition of an Airplane Upset

An airplane upset is defined as an airplane in flight unintentionally exceeding the parameters normally experienced in line operations or training.

(AURTA)

 

In the clip below from the APS online course The Persistent Threat of Loss of Control In-flight and It’s Solutions, APS VP Clarke ‘Otter’ McNeace explains the definition of an airplane upset and how this definition is important in the context of mitigating the threat of Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I). Defining these terms establishes the foundation for understanding the scope of the threat and the solution provided by Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT).

 

 

 

Knowing Is Half the Battle

A full understanding of the threat of LOC-I, the #1 cause of fatalities across all sectors of aviation, makes you a safer pilot. The full course on the Persistent Threat of LOC-I and It’s Solutions helps pilots understand the scope of the threat, why upsets happen, relevant statistics, and the proven solution. Take advantage of the introductory discount available now.

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