As the Boy Scouts say, “Be prepared.” Your training will equip you to handle emergencies in the air from an engine failure to an electrical malfunction. Get tips for handling the situation and keeping your cool.
Emergency descent, approach, and landing
Learn to recognize situations that require an emergency descent, maintain control, and set up for a successful emergency landing.
Systems and equipment malfunction
Identify the signs of potential in-flight equipment malfunctions and learn how to take appropriate action in the event of an emergency.
Loss of engine power
Flight control failures
Open door in flight
Vacuum system failure
Blocked pitot tube
Avoiding gear-up mishaps
Emergency equipment and survival gear
Do you consider the possibility of an off-airport landing in your preflight planning? Review actions you can take to keep yourself and your passengers safe until help arrives.