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1 Presented to: Certified Flight Instructors By: National FAASTeam CFI Workshop group Date: October 1st, 2011 Federal Aviation Administration Downloaded from CFI Workshop 5 Core Topic 9 Safety Trends in General Aviation

2 Federal Aviation Administration 2 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Objective Review recent accident statistics Examine common accident causes Explore recent safety innovations

3 Federal Aviation Administration 3 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from The Nall Report

4 Federal Aviation Administration 4 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from The Nall Report

5 Federal Aviation Administration 5 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Definitions Aircraft Accident - an occurrence associated with the operation of an aircraft which takes place between the time any person boards the aircraft with the intention of flight and until such time as all such persons have disembarked, and in which any person suffers death or serious injury, or in which the aircraft receives substantial damage.

6 Federal Aviation Administration 6 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Definitions Substantial Damage - damage or failure which adversely affects the structural strength, performance, or flight characteristics of the aircraft, and which would normally require major repair or replacement of the affected component. Engine failure or damage limited to an engine if only one engine fails or is damaged, bent fairings or cowling, dented skin, small punctured holes in the skin or fabric, ground damage to rotor or propeller blades, and damage to landing gear, wheels, tires, flaps, engine accessories, brakes, or wing tips are not considered substantial damage for the purpose of this order.

7 Federal Aviation Administration 7 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Definitions Serious Injury - any injury which: (1) requires hospitalization for more than 48-hours, commencing within 7-days from the date an injury was received; (2) results in a fracture of any bone (except simple fractures of fingers, toes, or nose); (3) causes severe hemorrhages, or nerve, muscle, or tendon damage; (4) involves any internal organ; or (5) involves second- or third-degree burns, or any burns affecting more than 5-percent of the body surface.

8 Federal Aviation Administration 8 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from GA Accident Trends

9 Federal Aviation Administration 9 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from GA Accident Trends

10 Federal Aviation Administration 10 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from GA Accident Trends

11 Federal Aviation Administration 11 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Numbers for Helicopters

12 Federal Aviation Administration 12 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Numbers for Airplanes

13 Federal Aviation Administration 13 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Who’s having the accidents?

14 Federal Aviation Administration 14 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from When are these accidents happening?

15 Federal Aviation Administration 15 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Major Causes of GA Accidents VFR into IFR

16 Federal Aviation Administration 16 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Major Causes of GA Accidents VFR into IFR Does this scenario require flying into clouds and/or fog?

17 Federal Aviation Administration 17 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Major Causes of GA Accidents Fuel Starvation

18 Federal Aviation Administration 18 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Major Causes of GA Accidents Hard Landing

19 Federal Aviation Administration 19 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Major Causes of GA Accidents Scud Running (Click to play video)

20 Federal Aviation Administration 20 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Major Causes of GA Accidents Controlled Flight Into Terrain

21 Federal Aviation Administration 21 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Major Causes of GA Accidents Bird Strike

22 Federal Aviation Administration 22 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Major Causes of GA Accidents Gear Up Landing

23 Federal Aviation Administration 23 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Major Causes of GA Accidents Improper Loading

24 Federal Aviation Administration 24 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Major Causes of GA Accidents Mid Air Collision

25 Federal Aviation Administration 25 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Major Causes of GA Accidents Showing Off (Click to play video)

26 Federal Aviation Administration 26 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Famous Last Words in Aviation “Watch this!” “Why is it doing that?!” “Where are we?” “I’ve never seen that before…” “No problem, we can make it.” “We’ve got plenty of room/fuel.” “Sure, if it fits through the door we can take it.” “Oh !!!!!!!!” Can you think of some more?

27 Federal Aviation Administration 27 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Safety Innovations Navigation Communication Crash-Worthiness Education and Training

28 Federal Aviation Administration 28 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Safety Innovations XM Datalink Weather Active Noise Cancelling Headsets IPads and Jeppview Ballistic Recovery Systems Wide Area Augmentation System ADS-B TCAS 406 mHz ELT

29 Federal Aviation Administration 29 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Safety Innovations Synthetic Vision GPS and Active Location in Cellphones Software Based Maintenance Tracking LLWS Alerting Systems LED Aircraft Lights Aircraft CCTV Cameras Glass Flight Decks Computerized Taxi Diagrams

30 Federal Aviation Administration 30 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Safety Innovations FADEC for Piston Engines GPS RNAV Approaches TAWS CVR/FDR Diesel Engines Online Safety Training Courses Level D Flight Simulators Shoulder Harness Air Bags

31 Federal Aviation Administration 31 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Quiz Time! 1.The Nall report is an analysis of general aviation accidents and incidents that is published annually by __________. a.NTSB b.FAA c.AOPA d.ICAO

32 Federal Aviation Administration 32 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Quiz Time! 2. Most GA accidents in 2009 took place during which phase of flight? a.Takeoff/Climbout b.Cruise/Maneuvering c.Descent/Approach d.Landing

33 Federal Aviation Administration 33 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Quiz Time! 3. Most FATAL GA accidents in 2009 took place during which phase of flight? a.Takeoff/Climbout b.Cruise/Maneuvering c.Descent/Approach d.Landing

34 Federal Aviation Administration 34 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Quiz Time! 4. CFIT is an acronym that stands for what?

35 Federal Aviation Administration 35 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Quiz Time! 5. BRS is an acronym that stands for what?

36 Federal Aviation Administration 36 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Answer Time! 1.The Nall report is an analysis of general aviation accidents and incidents that is published annually by __________. a.NTSB b.FAA c.AOPA d.ICAO

37 Federal Aviation Administration 37 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Answer Time! 2. Most GA accidents in 2009 took place during which phase of flight? a.Takeoff/Climbout b.Cruise/Maneuvering c.Descent/Approach d.Landing

38 Federal Aviation Administration 38 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Answer Time! 3. Most FATAL GA accidents in 2009 took place during which phase of flight? a.Takeoff/Climbout b.Cruise/Maneuvering c.Descent/Approach d.Landing

39 Federal Aviation Administration 39 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Answer Time! 4.CFIT is an acronym that stands for what? Controlled Flight Into Terrain

40 Federal Aviation Administration 40 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from Answer Time! 5.BRS is an acronym that stands for what? Ballistic Recovery System

41 Federal Aviation Administration 41 Safety Trends in General Aviation October, 2011 Downloaded from This completes CFI Workshop Module 5 Core Topic 9 Safety Trends in General Aviation Thank you for attending! Stand by for Core topic 10!


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