Safety

Takeoffs and Landings: Normal Takeoffs

A normal takeoff is what pilots use the for the majority of their departures. But it often doesn't get the attention it deserves.

 
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Western Pacific Region - 2013 Archie League Awards

3:51 min

Emily Birkland and Roy Teshima, Oakland Center

Southwest Region - 2013 Archie League Awards

3:25 min

LouElla Hollingsworth, Fort Worth Center

New England Region - 2013 Archie League Awards

0:39 min

Erik Anderson, Boston Tower

Great Lakes Region - 2013 Archie League Awards

3:30 min

Jeff Richards, Chicago Center

Northwest Mountain Region - 2013 Archie League Awards

3:11 min

Donovan Carson, Portland TRACON

Central Region - 2013 Archie League Awards

4:28 min

Kevin Cook and Steve Clark, St. Louis TRACON

Eastern Region - 2013 Archie League Awards

3:53 min

Dave Giberson and Corey Grafe, Philadelphia Tower

Alaskan Region - 2013 Archie League Awards

3:49 min

Ryan Williams, Anchorage Center

Interview with NTSB Chairman

4:30 min

An exclusive interview with NTSB Chairman Deborah Hersman.

Underwater Escape

13:46 min

For many pilots, the prospect of crash landing in water is one of the most terrifying things in aviation. Bryan Webster has been there, done that, and says they’re right to be afraid. Listen as he tells the tale of a wild flight that ended in the drink, and shares some of the knowledge he’s gained in 15 years of teaching water egress techniques. (Approx. 13 minutes)

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