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Avoiding LOC-G

From ground loops to veer-offs and everything between, loss of control during ground operations is the second most costly item to insurers. But why do pilots lose control on the ground (LOC-G)? Our ASI team set out to answer those questions in Avoiding LOC-G.

Explore the different types of loss-of-control issues on the ground, what’s likely causing them, and what you can do to prevent them.

Also, learn how discipline during approach, landing, and ground operations can save a lot of grief and money.

Tablet: Compatible
Length: 5 mins
Topic: Aeronautical Decision Making, Flight Planning and Preflight
FAA WINGS: No
Accident Forgiveness: Eligible*

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*Earn eligibility for  AOPA Accident Forgiveness after earning a certificate of completion for watching all four videos:

  1. Avoiding LOC-G – this video
  2. Avoiding Hard Landings
  3. Avoiding Prop Strikes
  4. Avoiding Gear-Up Landings and Collapses – Coming in fall 2021

AssuredPartners Aerospace

As AOPA’s strategic partner for aviation insurance, AssuredPartners Aerospace, one of the nation’s largest aviation insurance firms, provides the absolute best insurance protection to fit your needs. Whether you’re flying your own airplane, renting from others, instructing, or running an aviation business, we have an unmatched depth of knowledge and resources driven by the desire to set a new standard for service and responsiveness. With more than 25 years’ experience serving pilots’ aviation insurance needs, our expertise has been developed over years of working closely with the nation’s best insurance carriers. We understand the exposures that make aviation insurance unique.

USAIG

A global leader in aviation insurance. For over nine decades, we’ve been a leading provider of insurance to the aviation and aerospace industries. While we insure some of the world’s largest flight departments, we also provide thousands of owner-operators the peace of mind of knowing that their risks are covered by the aviation experts. When you work with us you’re dealing with people who understand, first-hand, your concerns and challenges. Many of us are pilots - as well as AOPA members. And we operate our own fleet of four general aviation aircraft. Give us a call – you’ll find that we speak your language.