Aircraft Emergencies & iPad's in the Cockpit
Preparing for and dealing with aircraft emergencies & iPad's in the cockpit.
Jeff Taylor, John Hein
Being prepared for an aircraft emergency is esstential part of being a proficient pilot. Learn how to prepare for and deal with emergencies.
iPad’s are rapidly dominating flight planning and flight monitoring. Join us for a discussion of applications, equipment, tips and traps when using the iPad in the cockpit.
Pre-register at http://www.faasafety.gov/ for this event and have your attendance verified at the event to receive automatic wings credit for this seminar.
Location of Seminar:
W7350 S River Rd
Tomahawk, WI 54487
Directions to Venue:
Hangar 5 - 7350 South River Road, Tomahawk, Wisconsin, 54487
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Join us for a lively discussion about aircraft emergencies and how to use an iPad in the cockpit.
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1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 3
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