“Ready For Anything?” – Training (Useful) Emergencies

November 9, 2019 David St. George

Last spring a Citation 550, flown by an air ambulance service, lost both engines over the Atlantic and dead-sticked into Savanna, GA with no injuries or damage. Because everything worked perfectly, with lucky weather and masterful piloting, there was absolutely no coverage of this event in the news. This dual-engine flame-out, as dramatic as Sully … Continue reading "“Ready For Anything?” – Training (Useful) Emergencies"

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