Take it Easy on Yourself: Low-Workload Descent, Approach and Landing
Webinar date: March 9, 2021
Time: 1900 U.S. Central Time/0100Z March 10
About this Presentation
There’s a lot that happens between cruise flight and touchdown. Many pilots cram most of the workload into parts of this time when they are busy flying an approach and landing. This webinar provides techniques for spreading out single-pilot workload, to improve situational awareness and terrain/traffic avoidance in the critical time closer to the ground.
You’ll learn about:
- The difference between procedure and technique in flying an airplane
- How using checklists at the right time makes it easier to fly single-pilot
- Some of the common mistakes pilots make that make it harder to fly approaches
- Answers to your questions about flying single-pilot, and about Beech airplanes
Viewers will be able to type in their questions to be answered during the event. We’ll explain how to do so at the beginning of the webinar.
Although this American Bonanza Society program is oriented toward pilots of Beech Bonanzas, Debonairs, Barons and Travel Airs, the discussion, techniques and procedures described are valuable to the pilot of any airplane.
Thomas P. Turner is Executive Director of the American Bonanza Society Air Safety Foundation. An ATP/CFI/CFII/MEI with a Master’s Degree in Aviation Safety, Tom has been inducted into the Flight Instructor Hall of Fame.
This ABSWeb presentation is funded by generous donations from members of the American Bonanza Society.
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American Bonanza Society
The American Bonanza Society serves Beechcraft enthusiasts by sharing valuable safety, technical and educational resources, and by promoting interaction among and advocacy on behalf of its members.
ABS is the premier association for Bonanza, Baron, Debonair, and Travel Air enthusiasts, with 10,000+ members who own, fly, or have a sincere interest in these Beechcraft models. Learn more at www.bonanza.org
During this presentation we covered:
- The vast amount of tasks required between Top of Descent and touchdown
- Modifying your airplane’s checklists to create a low-workload cockpit
- Recognizing and avoiding common descent, approach and landing errors
- Answers to viewer questions
The American Bonanza Society serves Beechcraft enthusiasts by sharing valuable safety, technical and educational resources, and by promoting interaction among and advocacy on behalf of its members. ABS is the premier association for Bonanza, Baron, Debonair, and Travel Air enthusiasts, with over 10,000 members who own, fly, or have a strong interest in these Beechcraft models.