Will pilot judgment training help prevent accidents?

06/13/2013 | Jetwhine.com

Jetwhine's Robert Mark cites a recent National Transportation Safety Board accident report that blamed the crash of a Cirrus SR-22 on "The right seat pilot's decision to attempt a low-altitude aerobatic maneuver in a non-aerobatic airplane." Or, in Mark's words, "poor pilot judgment." Mark wonders whether judgment training could have made a difference.

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