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Mental Health of Pilots

The fear of flying …random events Security is something that commercial aviation takes very seriously. When a pilot took control of an aircraft and deliberately flew it into the ground… Read more →

Fear of boats and things that float

I have never enjoyed anything that is connected with water. I don’t like swimming I don’t like sailing I don’t enjoy walking to the end of a pier. I don’t… Read more →

Things we talked about on the last course

Turbulence   (Turbulence App here) Take off Seat belt Signs Panic attacks Walking around and unbalancing the plane Crashing What causes  turbulence  (Turbulence App here) Not being in control Fear is… Read more →

Course on 22nd July

This is some of the stuff we discussed, along with how planes fly How they stay up. Intermittent fear. Short flights. Long flights. “Don’t like how high we are.” Claustrophobia… Read more →

Captain Keith’s Turbulence Tamer £1.99

CAPTAIN KEITH’S TURBULENCE TAMER Turbulence is the number one worry for most passengers and especially fearful flyers. We have designed this App to help air travellers to measure what the… Read more →

Letters and emails

I was clearing out some paper from one of my desk drawers and found this. It was posted on a form that I ran a long while ago.   This… Read more →

Aircrash detectives!

There seems to be a lot of stuff on the tele about air crashes and as a matter of policy I try to watch them, in the forlorn hope that one… Read more →

Fog

There’s nothing like a bit of bad weather in the UK to get everyone fretting. Perhaps we have nothing better to talk about and it’s certainly uncontroversial. Let’s consider fog. On… Read more →

Bad weather Operations

  Read about bad weather operations.                     Read more →

Overcoming fear

Training in the airline industry is synonymous with safety. Every course that pilots do has to do with safety. Yesterday I was at a refresher training course about human factors… Read more →