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Title:
Don't Deviate!
Topic:
Preventing Airspace Deviations
Date and Time:
Saturday, August 25, 2012, starting at 10:00 Download Calendar File
Speaker(s):
Byron Danforth
Brief Description:
Pilot airspace deviations continue to be a problem.  In an era of Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs) and Special Flight Rules Areas (SFRAs) and Military Operations Areas (MOAs), can you afford to be deficient in your knowledge of airspace?  FAA Safety Team Representative and Flight Instructor Byron Danforth will refresh your airspace skills to ensure you know the requirements and stay safe and legal in the National Airspace System. Don't miss it!
Select Number:
EA6545052
Location of Seminar:
Bowman Field Flying Club
River Road

Livermore Falls, ME 04254
Directions to Venue:
I-95 to Augusta.  Take Exit 109 and proceed westbound on Rte 202.  Follow Rte 202 west to Rt 133 to East Livermore.  Look for signs for airport.
Fly-in Seminar?:
Yes  B10
Seating:
60 seats at the facility, 48 remaining for online registration.
Registration Information:
Seminar has passed.
Sponsoring Division:
FAASTeam & Portland FSDO
Contact Information:
Ray Steinmeyer
Phone: (207) 441-2397
pipercolt@fairpoint.net
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):

This seminar will be held during the annual Bowman Field Fly-In.

Sponsored by the Bowman Field Flying Club.

What is an airborne pilot deviation?  

The actions of a pilot that result in the violation of a Federal Aviation Regulation while in flight. Such deviations could result in a loss of separation between one airplane and another, or with the next mountain peak!

Why do pilot deviations happen? 

Pilots don’t start off the day by saying, “Today I’m going to go out and commit a pilot deviation.” They don’t say, “I’m going to fly through some airspace that I’m not supposed to.” No, pilot deviations occur because of poor technique, inattention, loss of situational awareness, or failure to plan properly.

The FAA Safety Team wants airmen to be aware of this problem, and encourages pilots to increase their awareness and skills so that aviation safety is enhanced.

Equal Access Information:
The FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) is committed to providing equal access to this meeting/event for all participants. If you need alternative formats or services because of a disability, please communicate your request as soon as possible with the person in the “Contact Information” area of the meeting/event notice. Note that two weeks is usually required to arrange services.
Credit Applicability:
1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 3
FAASTeam Project Information:
IS-M-DAG-0
National Project:
Pilot Deviations - Airspace
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