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Prevailance Aerospace

Prevailance Aerospace

Upset Recovery Training

Prevailance Aerospace is an FAA Part 141 certified provider of Upset Prevention & Recovery Training (UPRT), offering safety-focused airborne training that strengthens the skills of each and every pilot. Training programs address the leading causes of loss of control – inflight (LOC-I), the role of startle and surprise in aviation mishaps, and teach repeatable and transferable recovery techniques. Pilots train in Extra 330s, designed with the highest safety margin in the industry, and practice the skills required to prevent and subsequently recover from aircraft upsets, stalls, and spins. Prevailance Aerospace instructors are former U.S. military and GA instructor pilots with decades of experience operating in the most dynamic environments. www.prevailanceaerospace.com

Prevailance Aerospace provides customized safety services for Global Aerospace Vista Elite clients in the United States. These services are designed to help enhance and support your existing safety programs. Some examples of programs we have provided to our clients are shown below. SM4 Vista Elite benefits are unique and customized for each flight department. (Scope of benefits depends on size of operation)

  • A three-day, three-flight Initial Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) program. This program includes six hours of ground academics, three hours of airborne training, debriefs and a video with wing, tail and cockpit audio and video.
  • Customized recurrent training programs

This program includes six hours of ground academics, three hours of airborne training, debriefs and a video with wing, tail and cockpit audio and video.

Prevailance Aerospace contributes to the SM4 Online Safety Learning Management System with the following learning plan:

Module 1 ‐ Introduction to Loss of Control – Inflight (10 minutes)

  • State important facts about loss of control inflight
  • Explain how Automation and Technology have made it so easy for pilots to fly
  • Explain the concept of the operating envelope

Module 2 ‐ Improving the Pilot Training Paradigm with On‐Aircraft Training (10 minutes)

  • The current pilot training paradigm
  • Stats that show the current paradigm is not working
  • The changes that will improve safety
  • Methods for making those changes

Module 3 ‐ Pilot Startle ‐ Defined and Mitigated (10 minutes)

  • Define ‘surprise’ and ‘startle’
  • Mitigate the effects of the ‘startle’ response

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