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