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Takeoffs and Landings: Base-to-Final Turn

Overshooting that base-to-final turn can be a problem. Trying to get back on course safely can be dangerous.

Approx. 5 min

Topics:  Takeoffs and Landings, Stall/Spin, Aeronautical Decision Making, Air Safety Institute, Technique, Safety and Education, AOPA

Takeoffs and Landings: Stabilized Approaches

A good landing generally starts well before the wheels touch the ground.

Aprox. 5 min

Topics:  Wind & Gusts, Aeronautical Decision Making, Takeoffs and Landings, Safety and Education, Technique

Takeoffs and Landings: Crosswind Landings

Every pilot learns the technique for a proper crosswind landing, but this skill requires more than knowing the proper control inputs.

Aprox 10 mins.

Topics:  Crosswind, Technique, Takeoffs and Landings

Takeoffs and Landings: Determining an Abort Point

When it comes to making a safe takeoff, there are simple rules of thumb we can all live by. Knowing when to abort a takeoff is one of them. Learn how to choose an abort point if your takeoff roll isn't going as planned.

Approx. 3 minutes

Topics:  Takeoffs and Landings, Technique

Takeoffs and Landings: Normal Takeoffs

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

Approx. 5 min.

Topics:  Takeoffs and Landings, Technique

Takeoffs and Landings: Short Field Landings

While the checklist is important for determining how to perform a short field landing, sometimes it helps to think about why we do what we do.

Approx. 3 minutes

Topics:  Takeoffs and Landings, Technique, Short/Soft Field

Runway Safety: Allentown, PA

A near collision on the runway between a Canadair regional jet and a Cessna 172 at Allentown, Pennsylvania, shows it only takes seconds for things to go wrong.

Topics:  Aeronautical Decision Making, Communication, Safety and Education

Runway Safety: Bluegrass, KY

This video is a stark reminder of what can happen when pilots lose situational awareness.

Topics:  Accident, Aeronautical Decision Making, Communication, Safety and Education

Runway Safety: Providence, RI

On Dec. 6, 1999, United 1448 made one wrong turn while taxiing in severely reduced visibility. It became the first link in a chain of mistaken assumptions by its crew and the tower controller.

Topics:  Aeronautical Decision Making, Communication, Safety and Education

Runway Safety: Quincy, IL

A communication breakdown starts a chain of events that ends with a collision and 14 fatalities.

Topics:  Aeronautical Decision Making, Accident, Communication, Safety and Education