Tag Archives: Pilot-in-command

Checklists & Pilot Awareness

by Harold Green When I began writing this article, Runway 28 at San Francisco International Airport (KSFO) had just reopened after Asiana Airlines Flight 214 landed short and slow on July 6, 2013, strewing pieces of airplane and pilots’ reputations … Continue reading

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Is A Safety Pilot Acting As Second In Command? Not Necessarily!

by Greg Reigel If you are an instrument rated pilot, you know that you have to be “current” in order to legally exercise the privileges of an instrument rating as pilot-in-command. Specifically, in order to act as pilot-in-command of an … Continue reading

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