Most Fatal Aircraft Upsets Have One Thing in Common.
“Inappropriate Pilot Responses”
Putting Loss of Control In-Flight (Upset) in Perspective
Consistently, over the past 50 years of statistically analyzed accident history in commercial aviation, Loss of Control In-Flight (LOC-I) is indisputably one of the leading causes of airplane crashes and crash-related fatalities worldwide. Regrettably, current pilot training curricula, standards and certification requirements perpetuate this pilot-skill deficiency.
Patriots Jet Team Upset Recovery Training
You don’t use a baseball to teach your kid how to play football. You use a football.
You don’t use a propeller driven aircraft to teach upset recovery to a corporate pilot. You use a corporate jet.
We’re the only company certified and actively flying a corporate jet (Sabreliner 60) in the fully aerobatic envelope.