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Winter Weather

WINTER WEATHER Author Captain Keith Winter operations I know that for many fearful flyers the onset of winter brings reminders of the dangers of flying this is because we think… Read more →


Dear Captain Keith, I want to thank you for the Turbulence Tamer app (Android version)- it has done wonders to alleviate my fear of turbulence! I live in Germany and visit… Read more →

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 →

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 →


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 →

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 →

SULLY… the miracle of the Hudson

Apart from the audience attracting title I found this Tom Hanks film quite entertaining. It was faithful to the facts and the initial doubting of the pilots decision was all… Read more →

The Fear of Flying 2016 (Blog 601)

With the best will in the world it’s almost impossible to singlehandedly maintain two social networks three websites a worldwide social forum without occasionally falling behind. In addition at the… Read more →

Trains, planes, the Great Barrier Reef and Woodstock

It was a bank holiday and we took the grandchildren on an old steam railway train. With my new f2.8 super dooper lens I rattled off dozens of pictures. It… Read more →