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flight safety, coupled with unique concepts about flying airplanes. This pilot information and training system is designed for all pilots—whether you fly a Cessna 152 or a Boeing 747, or whether you're a private pilot or an airline transport pilot. It doesn't matter if you're a novice aviator or an old hand; you'll find new and useful information at Procockpit.
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A Pilots Manual Builder Intro | Flight Analysis | F.A.Q.
Useful Flying Concepts For All Pilots

I'm Dan Payne, founder of Procockpit, it's a great Friday afternoon here in Springfield, Illinois and I'd like to welcome you to the only aviation site of its kind. Our approach to aviation safety, and the piloting concepts we offer here, are unique and completely different from what you'll find on other aviation sites. Here, today, you can make July 25th, 2003 a day of change and growth.

July 25th. New Website design was introduced. Look for lots of new features and additions in the coming months. Thanks to everyone who has purchased the Manual Builder and to all those who have signed up for FREE Flight Analysis updates. A special thanks for all the great feedback.

Why do the Airlines and Corporate flight departments enjoy such great safety records? It's not that they have better pilots. It's not the equipment they fly.
It's because they use Professional Flying concepts rarely practiced outside their domains. These concepts can be adopted by anyone, flying any type of aircraft. You can operate your aircraft at the same level of safety as the largest of commercial airliners.
Begin your journey now. Change the way you fly, and  transform the way you look at aviation.

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How safe do you feel flying? Here's an even more important question: is that feeling an accurate representation of how safe you really are? Have you ever felt nervous or frightened, and later realized it was just because of your own insecurities or lack of experience? Have you ever looked back on an incident and thought, I was too inexperienced to know I should have been horrified? Many pilots who have been involved in aircraft accidents may have felt safe for most of their ill-fated flight. They might even have had the thought, It won't happen to me. But it did. The outcome from an accident, of course, is never good. At best it's embarrassment, maybe loss of license. At worst, it's loss of life. No pilot wants to be involved in an aircraft accident, especially one they caused.

It's a harsh reality that people cause most aircraft accidents. According to the latest Nall Report (published in 2003), human factors are the number one cause of General Aviation accidents. Yet there's very little guidance or information available on this subject for the average pilot. What can the average pilot do to reduce this risk? Most pilots would agree we need real, useful tools and guidance in the area.

Don't you think it's a good idea that Airlines and Professional Flight Departments provide guidelines and limitations for their pilots? These guidelines are the culmination of years of experience and research. They represent the collective thought of many experienced pilots. Decisions are not based on individual pilot viewpoints, or swayed by their fears or lack of fears. That way, every flight is safe and consistent. After all, pilots are just people, and people all have different fears and different levels of fear. Some people are afraid of heights; some are afraid of snakes; some people never wear a seat belt in a car, maybe having no fear of auto accidents. These fears or lack of fears factor into every decision we make. Most people wouldn't feel safe if, the next time they got on an airliner, they knew that the pilot had no guidelines—that regardless of the weather, aircraft mechanical condition, crew condition, and a hundred other factors, it was up to him or her alone to decide whether to fly or not to fly. Thankfully, however, this is not the case. We take comfort in knowing that the pilot has been provided with well-thought-out guidelines and limitations. The company makes resources, knowledge and information available at the pilot's fingertips to help answer the tough questions.

If you believe that it's a good idea for an Airline pilot or Corporate pilot to have this information and guidance, would you agree it might be a good idea for you to have it as well? Maybe even a necessity? Procockpit's Manual Builder program can give you all of this and more. Read more...


A great place to start. Learn all about this unique program and how to get started.

Free Tips and Information from the Pros. This section is updated every other month with an analysis of a different phase of flight.

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