Wed, Apr 07, 2010
Dissecting An 'Almost' MidAir...
ANN's Paul Plack talks with 2008 National Instructor of the Year
Max Trescott about the March 27 near miss over San Francisco
involving a United 777 and a Cessna 182. The incident got much
media play, but was it really dangerous, and did the proximity of
the two aircraft even break the rules?
This feature is in addition to our daily news briefing --
available in either a quick "Touch And Go" format, or an expanded
Aero-Briefing -- where you'll hear these stories:
SAFE tells the FAA requiring an ATP in airline right seats
is a bad idea.
CAPA says it's a great idea.
And the FAA issues an airworthiness bulletin regarding TKS
ANN Daily Touch-And-Go: 04.07.10 (ANN's
Short-Form Daily News Program)
ANN Daily Aero-Briefing: 04.07.10 (ANN's
Long-Form Daily News Program)
ANN Special Feature: San Francisco Near Miss -
04.07.10 (ANN Special Report, with Max
Check them out, let us know what you think and be sure to keep
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