These scenarios are adapted from actual airplane pilot reports
filed with the Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS)
and are suitable for use by CFIs and ground instructors in pilot seminars or small guided-discussion groups.
The scenario titles are:
1. Fuel and Funds
(Always remember the number one reason that airplane engines quit is lack of fuel)
2. A Storm Story
(IFR, but ATC does not respond to your calls when you need to deviate from a heading that's taking you into storm cells)
3. Weather Going Down
(VFR along the Hudson River, when fog forms below you and the ceiling starts to drop)
4. NORDO (“no radio”) … on the ground
(and you're blocking access to a runway)
5. A Rookie Mistake (?)
(Oops! You're landing on the wrong runway)
6. An Experienced Pilot’s Report
(Oops! You almost landed at the wrong airport)
This slideshow may be used as a stand-alone presentation even if a pilot or student is new to ADM principles.
I hope you find this to be a useful resource. The zip file contains the scenarios in both PowerPoint and PDF formats for your convenience.
Valerie Salven, BGI
Instrument-Rated Private Pilot
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This title is also available as part of a savings bundle:
Pilot Risk Management Instruction Bundle
Other titles you might like include:
• Airplane Instrument Warnings --- True Scenarios
• Hypoxia and Other Pilot Risk-Management Situations
• Aeronautical Decision-Making Basics for Pilots
• Air Traffic Controllers to the Rescue—Emergency Assistance to Pilots in Flight
• CAUTION, Cell Phone in Use—on the ground and in the air
And here's a free WINGS program presentation:
• WINGS FAA Pilot-Proficiency Program; Brief Overview with ACS and QR Codes, FAAST