Putting LOC training back into the curriculum

02/12/2013 | AIN Online

Master certified flight instructor Rich Stowell says the most important thing missing in flight training today is what to do after losing control. "In previous decades, most airline pilots were military trained in aerobatics and upset recovery," said Stowell. "I'm working from the bottom up [with entry-level students] to produce consistency in general aviation training, decision-making, risk management and [to address] the loss of control that comes from faulty stick-and-rudder skills."

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