On Aircraft UPRT
About this course
Loss of control in-flight has, and continues to be, a major contributor to fatalities in the commercial aviation industry. Aircraft upsets are sometimes unavoidable but they are mostly recoverable by use of appropriate and correct piloting techniques. Albeit not mandated; aircraft manufacturers, airlines, ATOs and regulatory agencies worldwide continue to express the need for cadet pilots to be taught how to mitigate loss of control in-flight.
There is, therefore, distinct advantage in having Upset Prevention & Recovery Training on your CV and, importantly, when applying for your first airline position.
Offering arguably the best training in the industry, we have teamed up with The Ultimate High Academy based at Goodwood Aerodrome, Chichester. The Academy boasts an exceptional wealth of highly experienced pilots ranging from military backgrounds to senior commercial pilots. All of whom specialise in providing unparalleled UPRT to commercial pilots and the general aviation community.
The Academy’s ‘ALART’ programme provides training in both theoretical knowledge and manual flying skills to significantly mitigate the risk of LOC-I through the development of knowledge, skills and attitudes to deal with upsets through:
- Awareness of the potential threats from events, conditions, or situations;
- Prevention at early indication of a potential upset; and
- Recovery from an upset to restore the aeroplane to safe flight.