Sky Kings: Innocent Pilots Face Down Guns, Handcuffs

Scary moments underscore the need for pilots to deal with a “traffic stop” calmly.
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Traveling Solo in Style

When flying yourself means you’re fully engaged
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Why Pilots Must Demonstrate Risk Management

The story behind the airman certification standards.
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Flight Deck Scripts for Life

Scripts that pilots use enable collaboration, communication, and safety.
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Sky Kings: The March of Avionics Technology

The automation of situational awareness.
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Chief Pilots & Aircraft Owners

A good relationship’s required between the two principal people in a flight department.
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Not Your Father’s Commercial Certificate

The commercial certificate requirements change to meet new reality.
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Why Notams are Garbage

Nobody pays any attention to them.
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Seeing Flying with Fresh Eyes

The experience is everything.
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Why Air Traffic Controllers are Our Unsung Heroes


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Sky Kings: Let’s Quit Talking about Safety

Such discussion is often self-deceptive.
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Sky Kings: Polishing the Rust Off

Managing my return to the cockpit.
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Sky Kings: Observing a Lot Just by Watching

The challenges of being forced from the comfort of the cockpit.
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My Odyssey Through The FAA Medical Certification Maze

In his own words, John King recounts the story of how he fought the FAA to regain his medical certificate — and prevailed.
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Why Learning to Fly by TLAR Is Important

Pilots shouldn't always strive for perfection.
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Sky Kings: Warding Off Tragedy with Airman Certification Standards

Improving FAA knowledge tests to save lives.
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Sky Kings: Declaring an Emergency

When you declare an emergency, staying in command is key.
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Sky Kings: Off-Airport Adventures

How to mitigate risks on your own.
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Sky Kings: Risky Business

How to avoid the pitfalls of flying with passengers.
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Sky Kings: Losing Both Engines

Flying in new environments.
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