NTSB makes GA safety a top priority

11/16/2012 | Flying online

General aviation safety has again been included on the National Transportation Safety Board's yearly list of "most wanted safety improvements." Through accident investigations, the NTSB has found that in many cases pilots lacked "adequate knowledge, skills or recurrent training to fly safely, particularly in questionable weather conditions." The board recommends additional weather information, simulator and avionics training.

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