Loss Of Control In-flight (LOC-I) has long been a major factor in aviation fatalities for commercial, corporate, and general aviation. A review of CAST/ICAO Common Taxonomy Team (CICTT) data published by Boeing clearly shows that LOC-I is the number one aviation safety issue*.
The NASTAR Center’s Advanced Pilot Training programs will educate aviators on critical human factors and other aspects of the flight environment. Pilots will gain valuable knowledge on how to prevent or recover from upsets, unusual attitudes, spatial disorientation events, and other in-flight emergencies.
Situational Awareness and Spatial Disorientation
The SA/SD course will provide aviation professionals with the knowledge and practical experience needed to prevent or recover from a loss of SA or SD. Learn More
Upset Prevention and Recovery Training
During this 1.5 day course pilots will use our unique simulation capabilities to experience g-forces and other realistic in-flight conditions while practicing recovery techniques. Learn More
Altitude Awareness (Hypobaric) Training
The Altitude Awareness 1/2-day course provides participants with vital information regarding hypoxia, rapid decompression, time of useful consciousness, and other dangers of flying. Learn More