FLYING LESSONS for July 24, 2008 is now available in PDF form at

This week's LESSONS focus on these topics (and others):

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risks; In-flight vibrations; High DA-landing engine management

The July 24, 2008 Weekly Accident Update is now posted at, including these reports:

* A G35 experienced severe tail vibration in cruise flight..

* While taxiing, an F33A struck a vehicle and a hangar..

* An A36 pilot made a successful forced landing following engine

* A Queen Air's gear collapsed on landing..

* Three aboard an A36 died when it crashed on takeoff..

* An F33A's landing gear collapsed..

* An H35 landed gear up..

There are also NTSB updates on a V35B that landed short of the runway at
Lancaster, PA, and an A36 that ran off the end of the runway while
attempting a high density altitude takeoff at Ryegate, MT.

For more information, commentary and analysis see the Beech Weekly
Accident Update link at

See 2008.htm

Fly safe, and have fun!

Thomas P. Turner, M.S. Aviation Safety, Master CFI

2008 FAA Central Region CFI of the Year

Mastery Flight Training, Inc. <>

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