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Weather Wise: IFR Flight Planning

9:22 min

Flying IFR simplifies weather planning in some ways--but it also increases our exposure to potentially dangerous conditions. In this video, we look at how to anticipate and avoid such conditions during the days and hours leading up to a flight.

Aviation Education & Career Readiness

44:35 min

Panel discussion, Colleen Conklin, Director, Gaetz Aerospace Institute, ERAU; terry Aunchman, Cirector of Career and Technical Education, Pasco County, FL; Dr. Ken Burns, Chairman, Flight Department, ERAU; Josh Olds, Director, Flight Operations, Waypoint Global Strategies UAS Program

Patrick Cwayna, CEO, WMAA

41:39 min

Presentation from the AOPA High School Aviation Symposium

Aviation STEM - An Overview of the Issue

6:32 min

Presentation from the AOPA High School Aviation Symposium

Opening Remarks - Stephanie Kenyon.mp4

25:53 min

Presentation from the AOPA High School Aviation Symposium

Opening Remarks - Mark Baker, Katie Prybil

7:59 min

Presentation from the AOPA High School Aviation Symposium

2015 Flight Training Excellence Awards

6:48 min

High-quality flight instruction is critical to the future of general aviation, and there is much to be learned from successful schools. AOPA gathered the nation's best instructors in Frederick, Maryland, to present the 2015 Flight Training Excellence Awards and talk about instruction done right.

Weather Wise: VFR Flight Planning

9:43 min

One of the major challenges of flying is weather assessment. In this video we cover the major weather issues facing VFR pilots, with an emphasis on how to get a "big picture" understanding of the situation before leaving the ground.

AOPA's High School Aviation Initiative

4:19 min

AOPA launches program to bring aviation into high schools to help teach STEM and spark interest in general aviation.

Margins of Safety: Avoiding Power-On Stalls

8:14 min

Year after year, unintended stalls are among the leading causes of fatal aviation accidents. The "departure" or "power-on" stall is practiced during flight training, but in a controlled, coordinated scenario at a high altitude. Unexpected stalls during takeoffs or go-arounds are sudden, sharp, and frightening. At low altitude, even a brief loss of aircraft control may be unrecoverable. This video explains the differences in power-on stall training versus real-world scenarios, the aerodynamics of how stalls occur during takeoffs and go-arounds, and techniques pilots can use to prevent them.

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