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From The Flight Deck LIVE - A Spring Training Workshop for GA Pilots
Runway Safety Best Practices and Discussion with GA Pilots and FAA Officials
Date and Time:
Thursday, May 19, 2022, starting at 13:30 Eastern Daylight Time (10:30 PDT; 11:30 MDT; 12:30 CDT; 07:30 HST; 09:30 AKDT; 10:30 Arizona; 17:30 GMT)
Jamal Wilson, Billy Nolen (Acting FAA Administrator), others
Brief Description:

As the weather starts to turn from cold gray skies to sunny cloudless blue ones, we know more pilots will want to take off to the runways. The FAA invites general aviation pilots to join the spring training session so that everyone feels refreshed and prepared to take to the skies after taking time away from the cockpit. Panels will remind pilots on runway procedures and work to preempt any airfield errors. 

The focus of the From the Flight Deck LIVE is to help pilots reduce the risk of airfield errors and lower the potential for accidents. Discussion topics by pilots and air traffic experts will include knowledge of runway geometry and signage, Hot Spot Standardization, Arrival Alert Notices and more.

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Sponsoring Division:
Washington FSDO FAASTeam
Contact Information:
Tony Molinaro
Phone: 847-294-7427
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):

Acting FAA Administrator Billy Nolen, as well as other FAA and Industry Panel Members will provide a thorough discussion covering

  • What We See On The Runways Today
  • New Runway Safety Tools
  • The Danger of Rust and Inattention
  • From the Flight Deck and From the Tower videos

Questions concerning WINGS credit should be directed to FAAST Program Manager Perry Benshoof at the Washington FSDO 703-230-7664, x-3260. 

Credit Applicability:
1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 1
1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 2
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