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Plant Model-Based Fault Detection during Aircraft Takeoff Using Non-Deterministic Finite-State Automata. Settele, Ferdinand; Weber, Alexander; Knoll, Alexander Technical report Aug 1, 2020 7466
I'm not that good. Burnside, Jeb Editorial Jun 1, 2016 382
The impossible turn: unless you've practiced it, land straight ahead when the engine fails shortly after takeoff. Burnside, Joseph E. Feb 1, 2016 1237
Killer factors on instrument takeoffs. Aug 1, 2015 832
Abort-analysis checklist. Brief article Aug 1, 2015 280
Is busting a void time a big deal? Brief article Aug 1, 2015 330
VT-2. Brief article Mar 1, 2015 126
Popping up: in the real world of ATC, flight plans and clearances go missing. What you do about it can determine the flight's outcome. Turner, Thomas P. Jan 1, 2015 2858
Zero-Zero departures: After the first 200 feet, they're usually no different from a missed approach. Schweitzer, Jeff Viewpoint essay Dec 1, 2014 2306
35 seconds and counting. Brief article Dec 1, 2014 177
Common instrument-takeoff errors. Dec 1, 2014 304
Briefing the takeoff: when everything goes as it should, taking off is a nothingburger. when it doesn't, you need a plan. Turner, Thomas P. Oct 1, 2014 1878
The three A's of takeoffs. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 298
Rolling your own. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 152
Five crosswind fixes: use these tips to help fix problems you might be having with crosswind takeoffi and landings. Burnside, Joseph E. Jul 1, 2014 1754
VMU-1. Brief article Nov 1, 2013 254
High, hot, downwind: a takeoff begging for gentle handling instead saw a medium-banked turn after liftoff with predictable results. Burnside, Joseph E. (JEB) Aug 1, 2013 1275
Hey, I think he aborted! Smith, Brian; Charnas, Nick Mar 1, 2013 553
Plan a safe departure: from simple text-based obstacle departures to complex charted routings, these procedures both keep you safely above the terrain and allow you to fit into the ATC system. Feb 1, 2013 1355
The quiz. Feb 1, 2013 1249
Troublesome t and a: you've got to mind the details when it comes to takeoff and alternate notes. But it doesn't help when the details themselves don't make logical sense. Van West, Jeff Jun 1, 2012 812
Flight delay: regulators grounded. Mangu-Ward, Katherine Brief article Apr 1, 2012 234
Published missed missteps: we brief the missed approach procedure knowing full well we won't fly all, or even any, of it. But flying it will at least keep you out of harm's way, right? Maybe not. Adelizzi, Bob Sep 1, 2011 2337
Positive rate: instrument takeoffs are a busy time. One of the keys is establishing and maintaining a positive climb rate. Burnside, Joseph E. (Jeb) Feb 1, 2011 1309
Navy launches first aircraft using Electromagnetic system. Feb 1, 2011 515
What's under departures? Altitude or mechanical gremlins could steal your climb rate at the worst possible time. Do you know how much clearance an instrument departure really affords? Brenneman, Dog Aug 1, 2010 1742
Launching on the gauges: many instrument takeoffs have resulted in disastrously short flights. Having the right pre-takeoff discipline makes for a safer departure. Pestal, Mark Mar 1, 2010 2153
Technology in the cockpit. Fox, Jack Jan 1, 2010 348
The departure detective: if you can't go VFR, then there are some choices to be sorted in order to blast outta St. Paul. Your best route may be in the fine print. Holston, Ken Nov 1, 2009 1110
Can't see nuthin': the zero-zero takeoff is much discussed, but would you ever attempt one? If you're brave enough, how would you go about it? Bowlin, Frank Oct 1, 2009 2491
Weather and IFR delays: it's been two hours since your weather check and you still haven't taken off. How long is too long when hit a departure delay? Dennstaedt, Scott C. Sep 1, 2009 2303
Failure to climb: flying an airplane loaded to or over its max gross weight can pose special challenges. Burnside, Joseph E. "Jeb" Sep 1, 2009 1260
Zero-zero departure: current training places too little emphasis on perfecting the instrument takeoff. Burnside, Joseph E. "Jeb" Jul 1, 2009 1251
Takeoff aborts: the properly prepared takeoff is spring-loaded to turn into an abort. Here's how to decide when to call the whole thing off. Turner, Thomas P. Dec 1, 2008 2950
The wheel spun freely. Olson, Mathew Personal account Sep 1, 2008 912
On a mission: LIFR departures: according to top operators, safe, regular departures in low IFR require devising a system to double-check everything and sticking to it. Turner, Thomas P. Feb 1, 2008 2769
The departure menu: like Rodney used to lament, departures just "don't get no respect." Here's a simplified matrix to get up and out safely. Brenneman, Dog Jan 1, 2008 1891
Wild horses: briefing a Departure Procedure is only part of the game. Here's a plate where it's a must that you plan the flight and then fly the plan. Lane-Cummings, Kevin Nov 1, 2007 1159
Piper Pa-22-160: August 9, 2007, Leonardtown, Md. Brief article Oct 1, 2007 233
Takeoff expectations: apply full power at one end of the runway and the airplane should be airborne before the other. But do you have a plan for when the engine coughs? Pardo, Jeff Apr 1, 2007 2612
Scheduling for success: "if it doesn't feel right, it's time to slow things down," and, "half the speed, twice the caution." That's fine, but we needed something concrete. Troyer, Scott May 1, 2006 1444
Brownout. Wilbur, Ted Sep 1, 2004 715
Hot brakes in the high desert. Sanders, Gregg Jan 1, 2004 836
Radar-assisted trail departure. Kenkel, Kevin G. Oct 1, 2002 1759
Climb! climb! climb! Coming around the 90 and peeking at the carrier for the first time is something I never will forget. Hendrickson, Justin Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 783
Close call with a closing canopy. Elstad, John Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 916
Un-Piloted Hybrid Plane: Potential Escort for V-22? Erwin, Sandra I. Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 880
Hitting the Boat. Goertner, Frank Brief Article Feb 1, 2001 476

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