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CASE-Study Non-Towered Airport Operations Part 1 of 2
NTSB Accident Records Indicate The Need For Pilots To Become More Familiar With Non-Towered Airport Operations.
Date and Time:
Tuesday, February 23, 2021, starting at 19:00 Central Standard Time (17:00 PST, 18:00 MST, 20:00 EST, 15:00 HST, 16:00 AKST, 18:00 Arizona, 01:00 GMT)
Elisa Dantonio, Craig O'Mara, Keith Mueller
Brief Description:

The Coalition for Aviation Safety Eduction (CASE) presents this two-part course as a guide to help outline best practices during a simulated corporate flight from St. Louis Downtown Airport to Montrose Regional Airport in Colorado after the towers at those airports have closed.   

Part 1 of 2 broadcast on February 23, 2021 1900 Central 

Part 2 of 2 broadcast on March 23, 2021 1900 Central

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Contact Information:
Aeronautical Proficiency Training
Phone: 314-787-7454
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The 7 authors of this presentation have a combined experience of -  
- 309 years of flying with an average of 44 years each. 
- 100,500 cumulative flight time exceeds  an average of 14,357 each
- 30,700 hours of dual given for an average of 4,385 hours each

They are current CFI’s, ATPs, major airline, corporate, military pilots, and collegiate aviation educators with lifetimes of flight operations and teaching experiences.


Elisa Dantonio 

- 37+ years as a pilot, 30+ years as a CFI
- ATP, CFIIME, CGI Advanced, Instrument
- US Air Force KC-135/C-21 Instructor 
- USAF Pilot/Flight Examiner
- College Adjunct Aviation Instructor
- 3,800+ hours, 2,000 hours dual given

Craig O'Mara

- 50+ years a pilot, 45+ years as a CFI
- ATP, CFIIME, CGI Advanced, Instrument, Flight Engineer, Dispatcher
- US Air Force Douglas C-9A Instructor Pilot/Flight Examiner
- Part 135 Citation/King Air pilot, Part 141 Chief CFI
- 34 years as an Air Line Captain/Check Airman
- Airbus Safety Representative, NASA Research Pilot, 
- Warbird Pilot/Check Pilot
- 33,000+ hours, 8,000+ dual given

Keith Mueller

- 50 years as a pilot, 40+ years as a CFI
- ATP, CFIIME, CGI Advanced, Instrument, A&P
- Part 135 Citation Pilot, Part 141 Chief CFI
- College Aviation Department Head
- FAASafety Team Lead Representative
- Several aviation Boards of Directors
- 7,000+ hours, 5,000+ hours dual given

Coalition for Avation Safety Education (CASE)

The Coalition for Aviation Safety is composed of several aviation groups including a Nobel Prize nominated organization, a nationally recognized Women’s Aviation organization, a CFI advocacy group, and a corporate aviation advocacy group. 

Credit Applicability:
1 Credit for Advanced Knowledge Topic 1
FAASTeam Project Information:
National Project:
Any other Operations task not covered in the NPP
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