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Collision Avoidance: See, Sense, Separate

Midair collisions fall into that “low probability, high consequence” category, but the topic still brings a chill to most pilots. In this video, we discuss areas where the risk of a midair is greatest as well as strategies for minimizing the chance of having one.

Approx. 8 minutes

Topics:  Safety and Education, Technique

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Weather Wise: Mistakes We Make

One of the Air Safety Institute’s major roles is accident analysis--learning from real-world mistakes. In this case: What types of weather are most dangerous for pilots? Has technology (the internet, better forecasts, cockpit weather, etc.) lowered the accident rate? We talk to ASI statistician David Kenny for answers to these and other questions.

Approx. 6 minutes

Topics:  Weather, Technology, Safety and Education

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Weather Wise: IFR Flight Planning

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.

Approx. 9 minutes

Topics:  VFR into IMC, Flight Planning, Weather, Safety and Education

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Weather Wise: VFR Flight Planning

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.

Approx. 10 minutes

Topics:  Weather, Flight Planning, Safety and Education

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Margins of Safety: Avoiding Power-On Stalls

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.

This video brought to you by BendixKing by Honeywell.

Approx. 7:30 minutes

Topics:  Takeoffs and Landings, Stall/Spin, Technique, Safety and Education

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Weather Wise: The AWC Website

Of all the weather websites out there these days, one of the best and most popular is NOAA’s Aviation Weather Center—often referred to as ADDS, or aviationweather.gov. In this brief three-minute video—the second in a series focused on practical weather flying—we explore some of the many resources available at the revamped AWC website, and discuss how pilots can use them to get a more complete picture of the weather prior to flight.

Approx. 3 minutes

Topics:  Weather

Weather Wise: Gathering Information

Preflight weather planning is one of the most important jobs we do as pilots. It’s the foundation for some of our most critical decisions. But with the sheer amount of weather information available these days, how can we be sure we’re getting what we need? In this short video—the first in a series focused on practical weather flying for pilots—we look at strategies for sorting through the chaff and pinpointing the information that really matters for your upcoming flight.

Approx. 8:30 minutes

Topics:  Weather, Technology, Safety and Education

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Margins of Safety: Angle of Attack Indicators

This brief video provides a review of angle of attack (AOA), an introduction to the main types of AOA indicators available for GA pilots, and an overview of how they can be beneficial in stall awareness and prevention. Learn how an AOA indicator can help you avoid exceeding the critical angle of attack.

Technical assistance and sponsorship of this video brought to you by Aspen Avionics.

Approx. 6 minutes

Topics:  Stall/Spin, Aerodynamics, Safety and Education, Technology

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Survive: Beyond the Forced Landing

Our training prepares us to handle in-flight emergencies, but little is taught about what to do once we’re on the ground in a survival situation. Since not every forced landing results in fatalities or even injuries, a little knowledge on what to do can go a long way. In this video, we’ll discuss some items you should pack in your survival kit and what actions you can take to keep you and your passengers safe until help arrives.

Approx. 13 min

Topics:  Emergency, Backcountry, Safety and Education, Gear, Technique

Datalink Weather: From Concept to Cockpit

By bringing up-to-the-minute weather into the cockpit, datalink has increased the utility of our aircraft while making weather flying safer and easier. In this video, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at the “datalink revolution” as told by the people who made it happen.

Approx. 27 min

Topics:  Technology, Weather, Flight Planning, VFR into IMC, Safety and Education