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8:00am [8:00am] MayDay 101 / Inflight Emergencies
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Title: MayDay 101 / Inflight Emergencies Topic: Surviving In-Flight Emergencies Date and Time: Saturday, April 28, 2018, starting at 08:30 Eastern Daylight Time Speaker(s): Bob Sutherlin, Brief Description: Don't miss this opportunity to sharpen your aviation knowledge and skill! This event will feature exclusive safety briefings specifically designed to educate pilots on common accident causal factors. Refresh your basic piloting skills and fly with confidence! Earn WINGS credits for attending and enjoy a FREE Pancake Breakfast plus Door Prizes. Open Flyer below under Event Information. Click on the link below for all the details and to register TODAY! Select Number: CE1781976 Location of Seminar: Russell County Airport 628 C Smith Road Jamestown, KY 42629 Directions to Venue: Seminar held in conference room Fly-in Seminar?: Yes K24 Seating: 30 seats at the facility, 25 remaining for online registration. Sponsoring Division: The FAA Safety Team Contact Information: Bob Sutherlin Phone: 336-907-0487 bob@airmart.com Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s): WINGS Seminar and Event Schedule 8:30 FREE Pancake Breakfast - WINGS Registration - Meet and Greet 10:00 MayDay 101; Surviving In Flight Emergencies, presented by Bob Sutherlin FAA Safety Team Program Manager Retired. Learn how to manage system failures, low fuel, engine problems, and overcome panic. Listen to actual ATC recordings of the US Air Flight 1549 "Miracle on the Hudson" and how the crew managed a double engine failure successfully in split seconds. Review accident cases where professional crews crashed perfectly good airplanes because they could not handle a confusing emergency. Learn how to identify and manage system failures. What are the first signs of an alternator failure? How to get a stubborn landing gear down and locked. How to handle a high oil temperature problem. What are the immediate steps to perform if you experience a total engine failure? If you get smoke in the cabin, what should you do? Plus many more. Door Prizes and Gift Certificates *Sponsored by: AirMart Aircraft Sales, Inc Russell County Airport FAA Safety Team Credit Applicability: 1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 3

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