Pilots share first-person accounts of frightening experiences in the cockpit so that others can learn from their mistakes.
A night-time cross-country almost ends in disaster for want of a 50-cent part. (By Tom Hildebrandt)
A medical helicopter pilot flies into night IMC. Where are the towers? (By Byron Edgington.)
An icy diversion to JFK. Grab your winter gloves and fly along. By Charmaine Sperling
Get there itis and a lack of night experience cause a stressful flight over north Florida. (By Douglas Kiefer)
The unusual layout of controls creates a problem for the pilot of a Piper Tri-Pacer. By Gilbert Halacz.
When, and how, to defer to an older pilot in an emergency situation? Find out one opinion. By Paul Locander.
Smoke in the cockpit and a partial avionics failure make for an interesting flight. (By Alex Jones)
it's been said aviation accidents are caused not by one bad decision but by a chain of them. How about seven? Find out what's going on. (By James Witt)
Do you pay attention to small things or do you wait until they become big things? Find out one pilot's opinion. (By Sebastian Teunissen)
Do you really need to inspect the oil filter after every oil change? Read one pilot's perspective. (By Rusty Herrington)
A teardrop turn between two ridgelines in IMC? Sounds dangerous. Find out the grim results. (By Gary Deck)
We've all had some stinky flights but this is ridiculous. (By Bob DelValle)
A bush pilot unsuccessfully calculates fuel instead of looking at the tanks. By Steve Ells.
Flying a race plane is different from flying just about anything else. Find out what happened on this pilot's maiden flight. (By W. G. Hill)
A Mother's Day promise to his wife and mother caused one pilot to push his limits. (By Tom Snow)
Bad decisions often start with good intentions. (By Pat Haseltine)
How does a pilot miss seeing a Boeing 747? (By William Kramer)
Is a cornfield a good choice for an off airport landing? Sometimes you have no other option. (By Scott S. Thomas)
A 182 pilot discovers fuel gauges don't always tell the whole story. (By Dave Houghton)
Accepting a number of seemingly minor risks endangers a Cherokee pilot and his family. (By John Parker)
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