In this presentation we discuss:

  • The concept of personal minimums.
  • Assessing your pilot and aircraft performance to define your personal minimums.
  • Adjusting your personal minimums in response to specific conditions.

Links Mentioned in this video:

FAASafety.gov
FAA.gov
FAA Risk Management Handbook

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