US Pilot Training Organisation announces 2022 Mission to Crush the Loss of Control in-flight threat
Aviation Performances Solutions (APS), an Arizona-based training company specializing in Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT), announced today its all-new mission to: Crush the Loss of Control In-flight Threat Globally by Partnering with Safety Champions to Accelerate Adoption of Life-saving APS Upset Training. This new 5-year mission follows its previous 2018 to 2021 mission to Deliver Life-saving Upset Training to 50,000 Pilots Annually by 2021.
Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I) persists as the #1 cause of aviation fatalities globally, and additionally, this threat has been exacerbated by severely deteriorating pilot skills due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. “At APS, We Help Pilots Bring Everyone Home Safely, and the central focus of our 2022 mission is partnering with safety champions to accelerate adoption of APS UPRT,” said APS CEO Paul ‘BJ’ Ransbury. “After 25 years perfecting our proven solutions, APS crushes the LOC-I threat and already has the world’s most effective lifesaving UPRT that serves the industry, from air carriers to corporate flight departments to owner/operators. We are now going all-in to scale our solutions globally to dramatically reduce this unnecessary loss of life associated with LOC-I.”
ABOUT AVIATION PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS
“We Help Pilots Bring Everyone Home Safely. Aviation Performance Solutions’ (APS) proven Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) system—delivered by the most elitely trained and qualified UPRT instructors in the world—overcomes the #1 fatal threat of Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I) and has saved 100s of lives. In our world class facilities dedicated to optimizing the learning experience, APS provides transformational training customized to the needs of professional pilots. Perfected over 25 years, our transferable solutions for every fixed wing pilot maximize skills and competence to bring everyone home safely on every flight. APS provides immediate, turnkey global access to comprehensive UPRT solutions at its headquarters at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona and additional
training locations in the USA and Europe.”
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