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WINGS - Pilot Proficiency Program (AC 61-91J)
     

WINGS - Pilot Proficiency Program (AC 61-91J)

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This Advisory Circular (AC) describes the WINGS program. The objective of the WINGS—Pilot Proficiency Program is to reduce the number of accidents in General Aviation (GA) by assisting airmen to find educational opportunities designed to help them apply the principles of risk assessment and risk management (RM). When properly applied, these principles will

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This Advisory Circular (AC) describes the WINGS program. The objective of the WINGS—Pilot Proficiency Program is to reduce the number of accidents in General Aviation (GA) by assisting airmen to find educational opportunities designed to help them apply the principles of risk assessment and risk management (RM). When properly applied, these principles will help mitigate accident causal factors associated with common pilot errors, lack of proficiency, and faulty knowledge. The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) purpose is to encourage the majority of GA pilots, through WINGS, to engage in ongoing, targeted flying tasks and learning activities keyed to identified risks and which are designed to mitigate those risks. The FAA continually collects and assesses its databases to identify the risks associated with GA flying and incorporates risk mitigation strategies into initial and ongoing pilot education.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012378705
Publisher:
IndependentFlightInstructors.com
Publication date:
04/02/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
6
File size:
91 KB

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