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  • Pilot Proficiency Training in 57 Seconds

    A pilot can maintain and improve performance by gaining familiarity with and obtaining proficiency training in each of the precursors, or contributing factors, to loss of control accidents. Download our #FlySafe Fact Sheet:

    Mar 22, 2019

  • Drones: What Public Safety Officials Need to Know

    Are you a public safety official with questions related to unauthorized drones? Are you aware that your authority allows you to take action? In this video recording of the FAA's March 6 Webinar: "Drone Safety: It's the Law," FAA experts discuss what is and is not allowed under federal rules. Learn your authority when it comes to drone safety, and discover how to respond to unauthorized or unsafe drone operations.

    Mar 14, 2019

  • Pilot Proficiency Training

    Know the difference between keeping current and becoming proficient. The FAA sets minimum standards for currency, but proficiency means that you have taken the time to fully train and are ready to handle any situation at any time. Being current under the regulations means you have met the requirements to act as a pilot in command of an aircraft. Being proficient means that you are fully competent in those actions. In other words, you understand the normal operations as well as the “what-if” readiness for your type of flying. #FlySafe

    Mar 6, 2019

  • Mountain Flying & High Density Altitude in 57 Seconds

    Flying over mountains can offer beautiful scenery and views you just can’t get from the ground. Whether it’s the Rockies, the Appalachians, or the Alps, mountain flying is often an unforgettable experience. However, keep in mind that mountain flying also involves more risks than flying over the flatlands. Download our #FlySafe Fact Sheet:

    Feb 22, 2019

  • LIVE from Hai Heli-Expo

    We’re live at the Hai Heli-Expo in Atlanta, Georgia. Tune in now to watch Acting FAA Administrator Dan Elwell’s fireside chat with Matthew Zuccaro of Helicopter Association International. #HaiExpo19

    Mar 5, 2019

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