Accidents are becoming less common in aviation, but one thing is certain: aviation operators will always need to be prepared with a robust incident response system so they can react swiftly and appropriately if the worst were to happen.
In this eBook we discuss:
The concept of the Golden Hour is useful as a general rule for rescue operations as it is ideal to undertake and complete a rescue mission as soon as possible following an accident.
This tight time frame means, as we just said, that every second counts; instead of focusing on searching for your aircraft, you want to spend the Golden Hour rescuing, which is why it's imperative that you already know where your aircraft was at the time of the accident.
ADS-B is great for broadcasting flight information to ATC. However, when flying out of range, how do you continue to transmit accurate flight information?
Weather conditions are an important consideration for pilots when flying; it can be seen as one of the most prominent risks. How do you plan for the unexpected?