Aviation Safety Letter 2/2003
In This Issue
- Overloading Keeps You Down
- In-flight Break Up — Can It Happen to Me?
- Recently Released TSB reports
- To the Letter
- Accident Statistics — A Quick Look
- The Danger of Power Lines: Balloon — Aerostar RX-7
- It Can Happen to You!
- Accident Reports from the TSB, NTSB, and AAIB
- Human Factors and Accidents
- Is Your Life Hanging by a Thread?
- The Hazard of Aircraft Refuelling with Plastic "Jerrycans"
- Forest Fire Season Reminder!
- COPA Corner — Let's Stop Talking About Safety
- Restricted Area — What Restricted Area?
- Time for Underwater Egress Training?
- SARSCENE 2003
- Lessons Learned in 2002? Read and Weep...
- Pilot Information Kiosks: NAV CANADA Provides a New Way to Access Flight Information
- Where You Park Can Leave It's Mark!
- Mystery Damage in the Cargo Hold
- VFR Communications Procedures at Uncontrolled Aerodromes With MF and ATF Areas
Need to Review Your VFR Minima?
Go To A.I.P. RAC 2.7.3 or read CAR 602.114 and 602.115
While you are taxiing, the tower signals you with a FLASHING WHITE LIGHT.
What should you do?
Answer: Return to starting point on airport. (A.I.P. Canada RAC 4.2.11)
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