UPSET PREVENTION AND RECOVERY TRAINING

Pilots practice recovery techniques under exposure to G-forces.

 
The Upset Prevention & Recovery Training (UPRT) course increases pilot skills in recognizing and avoiding Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I) situations that lead to aircraft upsets, the No. 1 cause of fatalities across all levels of aviation. Using our unique G-producing flight simulators, pilots apply their skills by using the aircraft’s full flight envelope for that once in a lifetime maneuver.
 
This 1.5-day course is specifically tailored for business aviators and those pilots wishing to seek a career in business or commercial aviation.

  • Upset Prevention and Recovery Training
  • Upset Prevention and Recovery Training

 
Upset Recovery Training Academics

  • Introduction to Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT)
  • Background on the Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I)
  • Upset Prevention and Recovery Core Concepts
  • The Upset Domain and how it differs from the Normal Domain
  • Upset Prevention and recovery techniques
  • Review of relevant LOC-I accidents and incidents
  • Operating limits of aircraft

 
Flight Simulations – 5 Sessions

  • Upset Recovery and Prevention familiarization
  • UPRT core concepts
  • Upright upsets
  • Inverted upsets
  • Wake vortex
  • Final review

 
Prerequisites

  • Private, Commercial and ATP pilots
  • FAA Class 3 Medical Certificate or equivalent
  • Trainees are expected to be in a good health and capable of taking part in all activities
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