Monthly Archives: August 2014

FAA: Pilot performance questioned in upset recovery training

This article by John Croft was first published on FlightGlobal’s website in October 2009. It is interesting in that it cites a study by the US FAA’s Office of Aviation Medicine which revealed a “large disparity” between how pilots with aerobatic backgrounds perform compared to those with only ground-based simulator experience when recovering an […]

By |August 28th, 2014|Upset Prevention and Recovery Training|

Welcome to Acrojet!

Acrojet is a flight training company focused on increasing crew, passenger and aircraft safety. We believe that upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT) is an important step in that direction, and that every flight department should include realistic, in-aircraft UPRT in their aircrew training plan.

In a 2009 study evaluating upset recovery training devices, the […]

By |August 25th, 2014|Upset Prevention and Recovery Training|