Teterboro FAA Safety Team announces two upcoming webinars:

Monday, December 14th at 7:00pm EST

Winter Operations – From Preflight to ADM

Do you pre-flight your airplane in the winter the same way you pre-flight in the summer? We’ll kick off our discussion with cold weather pre-flight operations, followed by favorite hangar-flying topics: engine preheat, aircraft deicing, and engine management. We’ll demonstrate how to read NOTAMS that help us to understand if the taxiway and runway surfaces are contaminated, and learn useful techniques for taxiing in these conditions. And, we’ll take a dive into weather icing forecast products and learn how to make solid go / no-go decisions. We’ll tie all of this together by modeling an effective ADM methodology you can use on your next flight – when icing conditions might be a concern.

Speakers: Bob Miranda, Ron Reinartz, Julian Alarcon, Don Argintar

To register for this webinar:

Wednesday, December 16th at 7:00pm EST

Airspace – Keeping An Eye On Yourself

Do you know what airspace you’re in?
Navigating the National Airspace System and knowing what equipment you need can be a challenge. In the New York City area, every airspace designation is represented, including special use airspace. There’s a lot to know and it’s all important!

In this Airspace “Master Class”, we’ll go beyond the basics of the VFR sectional and take a deep dive into everything that makes a sectional “tick.” References to 14 CFR Part 91 and other FAA Publications will be provided.  We’ll learn how to avoid gotchas which could lead to an airspace incursion, or worse! A special emphasis will be placed on commonly misunderstood chart symbology, how to “use” advanced features of EFBs such as ForeFlight and Garmin Pilot to maximize situational awareness, and much more. This will be a fast-paced, interactive webinar presented by FAASTeam Lead Representative and EA25 Designed Pilot Examiner, Ryan Ferguson.

Speakers: Ryan Ferguson, Bob Miranda, Don Argintar

To register for this webinar:

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