APG 123 – Good First Officer Traits, Heading vs Course, IAS vs Mach
So, complaining about the lack of legroom on your recent flight, huh? Well, at least your flight wasn’t fired upon by gunmen as happened to the Pakistani International Airlines flight landing in the Northern Pakistan city of Peshawar last week.
It really was no surprise that the NTSB blamed pilot error in last July’s crash of Asiana Flight 214 attempting to land at SFO. In addition to mismanagement and misunderstanding of the automation aboard the jet, the board seemed to imply that the design, operation and training of the Boeing’s autoflight and autothrottle system was somehow contributory as well. Boeing has taken strong objection.
In the feedback segment, we discuss many things, including traits of a good first officer (co-pilot), courses versus headings, IAS versus mach speed, visual approaches, and much more. Below are links to many of the items discussed.
Joe – Course vs Heading
The Realest – What to you makes a good FO?
Pilot Pip – Visual Approaches
Plane Safety Podcast
Nick – Flaps
Koppa – Pronunciation…
Mark – Dark Fluid on Wing?
Engineer Bob – Answers to Aircraft Maintenance Questions
Gary – PDC Translation
Ron – Tony
Joanna – Fund Raiser Dreaming to Fly
Nick – Feedback on Previous shows
Nick – Newbie Encouragement?
Justin – Drone ATIS
Michael – Virtual Pilot
Dan – RAT maintenance
Tim – 727
Ryan – Flight School Loans
Ron – Patriot Call Sign
Derek – Incapacitated Pilot/Two Person Rule
Tony – Mach vs IAS, Ratings
Janel – Turbulence
Trevor – Cost Index
Jim – Unmanned flying drones delivering pizza in Russia
Nick – Feedback on KLAS
Tim – Evacuation Slides
Chris – Call Signs
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