APS Emergency Maneuver Training debuts new upset recovery technique for aircraft pilots

MESA, Ariz., 15 March 2007. APS Emergency Maneuver Training, a subsidiary of Aviation Performance Solutions LLC, has released its All-Attitude upset recovery technique, applicable to operators of all categories of fixed wing aircraft.

Mar 15th, 2007

MESA, Ariz., 15 March 2007. APS Emergency Maneuver Training, a subsidiary of Aviation Performance Solutions LLC, has released its All-Attitude upset recovery technique, applicable to operators of all categories of fixed wing aircraft.

The launch of the All-Attitude upset recovery technique is in response to rapid growth in the aviation marketplace of accelerated training programs designed to produce highly skilled pilots at all levels of professional aviation.

Mentoring programs for high-performance technically advanced personal aircraft, transition training curriculums for very light jet (VLJ) manufacturers, as well as accelerated professional pilot certifications, such as the multi-crew pilot license (MPL), have all identified upset recovery training as key training component to syllabi.

"Loss of Control In-Flight (LCIF) continues to represent one of the leading causes of commercial aviation accidents around the world," says Paul BJ Ransbury, president of APS Emergency Maneuver Training, "The All-Attitude upset recovery technique integrates a century of flight envelope research with proven recovery procedures of the military, major commercial aircraft manufacturers, and the Federal Aviation Administration."

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