Stayin’ Alive: Pinch Hitter Courses

Here’s what we think should be in a course for flying partners who want to be able to land if the pilot is incapacitated.

It’s one of the things we macho pilots don’t like to talk about—incapacitation. We grouse about taking FAA medical exams or complying with BasicMed. Hey, we’re way to cool to worry about keeling over while motoring through the skies with our loved ones aboard.  The good news is that pilot incapacitation shows up as the […]
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