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Would You Crash This Airplane?
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Take this course and see if you have the skills to avoid a fatal accident. Follow through with us step by step as the accident chain develops, and see if you have the ADM skills to say STOP before its too late.

1 Lesson

See what decisions and ADM skills you could put to use as we examine a fatal aircraft accident.  Put your skills to the test and see if you would avoid the crash, or fall into the same pitfalls as another pilot did, to a point where it was simply too late.

To Get Started:

Click on the LESSON Below “Hobby Airport Accident”.  Then progress through the TOPICS and QUIZZES.

Course Materials

You, Yourself, and Your Brain!

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  1. By Ariel Israel Ben-Zion on February 22, 2018
    This information is shocking and really makes you think. Always know that you are the only one flying the aircraft and no one has the right to bully you to flying their way. You as PIC are responsible for the safety of the passengers and aircraft. Great discussion and questions.
  2. By Lee on February 23, 2018
    I am looking at starting my training to become a private pilot, this information is a really good way to stay out of trouble. If a pilot like this lady can crash after hundreds of hours in that plane, well it makes me understand that when you are the PIC, then be the PIC!
  3. By billys on March 31, 2018
    Though I found the quiz confusing as I did not realize that more than one answer was OK.
  4. By JohnOpalko on May 19, 2018
    Painful to watch. Encourages much-needed self-reflection. No flight will ever go perfectly, but it's our job to make sure those imperfections don't add up to a disaster.
  5. By SoleFalcon_9 on July 10, 2018
    This should always be the first course any pilot takes at It makes pilots take an important step back and really ask themselves, "could I be in this situation too?" Studying the mistakes of someone else is the best way to keep yourself from being the person someone ELSE is studying.