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Thank you for taking the time to work with me yesterday. Todays landings were definitely improved and talking my landing all the way down was a huge help. I'll register for the WINGS program and let you know, thanks for the heads up.
– Doug M.
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Thank you for taking the time to work with me yesterday. Todays landings were definitely improved and talking my landing all the way down was a huge help. I'll register for the WINGS program and let you know, thanks for the heads up.
– Doug M.
Thank you guys so much!!!

I was dicey at crosswind landings at best.

Today, I landed 4 landings @ 20 knot crosswind component and nailed each one. My instructor was literally agape at the improvement.
– Jessica B. - Student Pilot
Wow! What a fantastic tool for any pilot! Crosswind Concepts should be a mandatory part of every student pilot program.

Huge boost in my confidence for making crosswind landings!

Thanks Taylor!
– Paul Sheffield, Private Pilot
 

Fact:  98% of all landing accidents in a single year occurred in crosswinds below 15 knots.

Develop your crosswind skills
before you need them
with the Xwind crosswind simulator.

Click here to see the Xwind in action.

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  • Crosswind landings are the most difficult maneuver in general aviation, according to Richard Collins, renowned aviation author and journalist.
  • Crosswinds and wind gusts are the leading cause of weather-related aviation accidents.
  • Crosswinds cause more accidents than rain, icing, thunderstorms, and fog combined.

Yet crosswind flight training is one of the most neglected skill sets among pilots of all levels – mainly because a crosswind shows up on its own schedule, not at the whim of a flight instructor.


In reality, most student pilots in cockpits receive just minutes of instruction in critical crosswind skills. Now there’s an effective solution to this dilemma:  the Xwind crosswind simulator.

Virtually every pilot profits from Xwind crosswind training.


Gain more crosswind skills in a two-hour Xwind session than in two years of flying!


Strap into an Xwind cockpit and be amazed as powerful motors provide roll, yaw and drift to give you remarkable simulations of crosswind landings. To replicate the true-to-life crosswind scenarios you’ll experience in the Xwind simulator would require countless hours of cockpit training.


But don’t take our word for it; click here to learn about outstanding results from a session in the Xwind simulator.  And click here to see a demo of the Xwind in action.

If you are renting an aircraft, you really need to carry your own renters insurance!  While the FBO may have insurance, it's there to protect them, not you.

 

Drop by Avemco and get a quote to see what coverage you can get and for how little.  Be sure to use Crosswind Concepts' FBO code "CC08."


To submit your MDC training session for credit, download the Safety Rewards Certification Form, fill it out and send it in.


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Sep
23
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Thanks to Loren French, a FAA Safety Representative and pilot out of Eagle County Airport, we'll be presenting our Crosswind seminar on Saturday, November 19 at 10:00 am. Be sure to join us and receive a valuable coupon off of crosswind training.
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Sep
23
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Thanks to Steel City Aviation in Pueblo, we'll be presenting our Crosswind safety seminar on November 9, 2013 starting at 10:00 am! Their facility is located at 522 Skyway Street at the Pueblo Memorial Airport (KPUB). Plan to join us there and receive a valuable coupon off a crosswind landing training session.
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Aug
01
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Another great article from the folks at Mastery Flight Training, authors of the Flight Training Weekly e-newsletter.
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Jun
13
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Read the June 13, 2013 edition of Flying Lessons Weekly, which appropriately deals with crosswinds and loss of directional control.
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