When it comes to radio communication between flying objects, the single most important thing a pilot can do is be on the right frequency.
The Leatherman multi-tool is one I’ve seen many a pilot sport. Apparently, it’s so well loved it’s even found its way into reports to NASA’s Aviation Safety Reporting System.
Inattention to detail can lead to accidents.
Excitement while flying can be good and bad.
Our fear is largely self-induced — and what we fear drives our thinking and how we behave.
When it comes to mindset, pilots must possess a fixed mindset, but be able to adapt when needed.
Even when NOTAMs are issued, the human factor leads to miscommunication.
Our ability to trust our inner doubt can be the difference between an NMAC and an uneventful flight.
Our canine and other companions deserve our protection.
Mindlessness is when we the past determine the present.
How well we communicate impacts how well we fly.
More than 900 non-ILS airports employ more than 1,500 LPV RNAV approaches. Know the differences between all of them before you launch.