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Something that must be stated clearly – particularly for our non-pilot listeners – is a comment on our style of post-incident/accident analysis. All of us here on FlightPodcast.com are professional aviators and we bring considerable knowledge and experience to these discussions, as well as our own personal preferences, techniques and even biases. It needs to be clearly understood that we are NOT seeking to criticize the actions or decisions of the pilots involved in these incidents. We are making these comments based on an imperfect, historical perspective of these situations.

We have both less AND more information than the pilots at the controls of these events. Armchair flying these situations, incidents and accidents as part of a round table discussion, is one of the best learning forums pilots have available; but it’s also important for those listening to appreciate that we are not in fact analysing real world events – just our particular version of them based on our potentially limited understanding of what happened, and what was learned of the event afterwards.

This intellectual process is important. If one day we end up in a situation similar to those on this program, discussions like these are going to potentially influence our decision making processes and actions taken.

We do not want the discussions on this program taken as criticising any professional aviator in any way.

No part of this podcast is intended to be anything other than entertainment. Any education that takes place is purely coincidental.