FLYING LESSONS for August 14, 2008 is now posted at

Topics this week include: Consequences of risk; Instructor
responsibility; and Approach checklist.


The August 14, 2008 Weekly Accident Update is now posted at
<>, including these

* An A36 delayed go-around and three died in the resulting crash..
* A C23 landed hard during an instructional flight..
* A Duchess' gear collapsed during a training flight..
* A J35's engine failed in cruise flight..
* An M35's nose gear collapsed on landing..
* A B55 crashed into the side of a mountain..
* Three died when a G35 pilot lost control during an instrument
approach.. See expanded commentary on this mishap in the Beech Weekly
Accident Update.

NTSB updates are now available for the Baron 58 wing explosion of
takeoff at Jackson, MS; the A23A fuel starvation at Sheboygan, WI; an
A36 engine failure near Dwight, IL; the Staggerwing nose-over at
Hubbard, OR; and the triple-fatality A36 takeoff crash at Tampa, FL.

And NTSB final "Probable Cause" reports have been posted for an E18S
loss of control on landing at Guyon, KS; the S35 fuel exhaustion at
Creola, AL; the A36 runway overrun at Ryegate, MT; and an F33A loss of
directional control on landing at Groveland, CA.

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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