What Went Wrong?
For more information on the accidents discussed during the “What Went Wrong?” safety seminar—and to learn how you can avoid similar mishaps yourself—check out the resources below.
December 26, 2006 - Johnstown, Pennsylvania - Cessna 414
In flying, making the right choices isn't always easy. This course offers simplebut effective ways to improve your aeronautical decision making skills.(approx. 45-60 minutes). Take theCourse >>
Take this course to learn how to recognize the hazards of precipitation and ice, develop a strategy for avoidance, and react appropriately if you encounter unexpected conditions.(approx. 45-60 minutes). Take the course >>
June 12, 2003 - Pittsfield, Maine - Cessna 150
Take this course to learn need-to-know concepts that will help you avoidunintentional stalls and spins (approx. 45-60 minutes). Take the course >>
August 6, 2007 - Sitka, Alaska - Piper Malibu Mirage
RNAV approaches aren't hard to fly, but they are different than the procedures most pilots are used to. Take this minicourse to learn more while putting your chart knowledge to the test. Take the course >>
December 18, 2006 - Young, Arizona - Cirrus SR22
Low ceilings and restricted visibilities are aviation's deadliest killers. Take this course to learn howyou can minimize the risk these conditions pose. Take the course >>