Read accident case studies and aviation stories to help you stay sharp.
By Dan Sobczak
Editor's note: This content does not constitute flight instruction. Consult a certified flight instructor in your area for proper flight instruction.
The holidays are nearing an end, and a new flying year is upon us. What are your flying goals in 2019? A new rating? Perhaps an instrument or commercial rating? How about mountain flying training to experience and learn about aircraft performance in density altitude situations?
Where will general aviation take you in 2019? Photo by Dan Sobczak.
Whatever your aviation goals are in 2019, allow us to recommend these excellent resources:
Whatever type of flying you do in 2019, we want you to do it safely.
Flight Chain App's goal is to help make your flying life easier by giving you aviation information that's quicker to digest, which in turn gives you more time to devote to flying.
Whether that's through using Flight Chain App to learn from NTSB accident report, or via posts, aviation stories and recommendations we share here in our Ahead of the Power Curve blog, we hope you have a safe and enjoyable year of flying in 2019!
The Flight Chain App team
Dan Sobczak is the founder of www.FlightChainApp.com, a mobile app that helps pilots learn from accident chains by making NTSB reports more convenient and easier to digest. Dan received his private pilot certificate in 2003.
Flight Chain App and its companion blog www.AheadOfThePowerCurve.com are committed to reducing general aviation accidents, helping improve aviation safety, and growing the pilot population.
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Flight Chain App and its blog Ahead of the Power Curve are committed to reducing general aviation accidents, helping improve aviation safety, and growing the pilot population.