Low Level Go Around (SKYclip)
Richard Weeks has over 35 years’ experience as a pilot. He had a 16-year career with the RAF in various roles, including as an instructor and instrument rating examiner. He was also an instructor at the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training School in Texas, USA. He returned to No. 32 (The Royal) Squadron where he spent his last years with the RAF running the pilot training programme for the Royal Squadron. He joined NetJets in 2002 as Director of Training and Standards for the NetJets AOC. He was also Head of Training for the NetJets Type Rating Training Organisation; in that role he was a TRI/TRE on the HS125. He is now Director of Safety and Compliance responsible for managing the NetJets safety management system to identify hazards, manage the associated risks, and make recommendations to increase the safety performance and culture of NetJets Europe. He is also responsible for managing the compliance monitoring programme in order to ensure that all NetJets operations are performed safely and in compliance with the Company, national, and international regulations.
Wolfgang is a freelance Q400 Captain TRI/TRE having worked with Air Berlin. He has served the international pilots’ Federation IFALPA on the ATS and AGE committee and was a member of the ICAO Surveillance Panel as a pilot representative. He is member of the Flight Safety Foundation European Advisory Committee.
- En-route Wake Turbulence (SKYclip)
- Workload Management (SKYclip)
- Low Level Go Around (SKYclip)
- In-Flight Fire (SKYclip)
- Pilot Fatigue (SKYclip)
- Speedcontrol for final approach (SKYclip)
- Readback Hearback (SKYclip)
- Landing without ATC Clearance (SKYclip)
- Sensory Illusions (SKYclip)
- Hindsight 21
- Hindsight 22
- Hindsight 23
- Hindsight 24
- Hindsight 25
- Hindsight 29
- Hindsight 31
- Reduced TORA (SKYclip)
Now an established consultant in ATM Safety, Mike Edwards was Head of Safety Investigation at NATS (the UK Air Navigation Service Provider) for 7 years and prior to that he was Head of Investigation at London ACC. He had been an ATCO at Edinburgh and Heathrow before becoming the manager of all student controllers and then a Supervisor at London Terminal Control. He holds a PPL with Group B rating.
Alexander Krastev is a senior safety expert at EUROCONTROL and his duties include management of the SKYbrary project. He is an experienced air traffic controller and former operational director at the Bulgarian air navigation service provider BULATSA.