Read more: Accidents and Incidents (GAARMS)
  By Fred Gibbs   2021 TO DATE: By the time this publishes it will be 2022, I hope you all had a wonderful holiday, and that Santa Claus was good to you, your family and your airplane! Below please find the latest NTSB data on fatal crashes here in Arizona. So far, up thru the end of November of this year, the record still stands at 7 fatal accidents, with 8
Read more: October-November Pilot Deviations
  by Jim Timm   In the time period from October 15 through November 10, 2021, there were ten general aviation pilot deviations recorded by the FAA SDL FSDO. These deviations were committed by private, commercial, and CFIs,. Of the ten deviations made, there was a need to issue six Brashers. Note: a Brasher is a notice that is issued when further FAA action will
Read more: November Accident & Incident Summary
   by Jim Timm   The following are the reports of aviation accidents and incidents that have occurred in Arizona from late October through November. APA will be using this detailed information to develop safety programs, briefings, and posters/flyers that would help pilots learn from the mistakes being made by others, and take the action necessary to prevent
Read more: With 2021 Drawing to a Close Shortly (GAARMS)
  2021 TO DATE: Happy upcoming holidays to everyone; I hope Santa Claus is good to you, your family, and your airplane!   Below please find the latest NTSB data on fatal crashes here in Arizona.  So far, up thru the end of November of this year, the record still stands at 7 fatal accidents, with 8 fatalities (6 pilots and 2 passengers), with 2 accidents
Read more: October Accident & Incident Summary
    by Jim Timm The following are the reports of aviation accidents and incidents that have occurred in Arizona from late September through October. APA will be using this detailed information to develop safety programs, briefings, and posters/flyers that would help pilots learn from the mistakes being made by others and take the action necessary to prevent them
Read more: September-October Pilot Deviations
    by Jim Timm In the time period from September 10 through October 14, 2021, there were twelve general aviation pilot deviations recorded by the FAA SDL FSDO. These deviations were committed by Military, private, commercial, CFIs, and ATPs. Of the twelve deviations made, there was a need to issue four Brashers. Note: a Brasher is a notice that is issued when
Read more: Self-Imposed Quarantine (GAARMS)
  2021 TO DATE: Happy Thanksgiving to everyone, hope your holiday is a great one. Below please find the latest NTSB data on fatal crashes here in Arizona. So far, up thru the end of October of this year, the record still stands at 7 fatal accidents, with 8 fatalities, 6 pilots and 2 passengers, with 2 accidents listed as info not available, as listed below from the NTSB
Read more: John King, Martha King, and Greg Brown Inducted in the 2021 Flight Instructor Hall of Fame
  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, October 13, 2021, Las Vegas, NV   Today the National Business Aviation Association Conference hosted the 2021 Flight Instructor Hall of Fame induction ceremony. This year three very deserving and distinguished flight instructors were inducted – John King, Martha King, and Greg Brown. Each of these extraordinary aviators’ model the highest
Read more: September Accident & Incident Summary
  The following are the reports of aviation accidents, and incidents that have occurred in Arizona from late August through September. APA will be using this detailed information to develop safety programs, briefings, and posters/flyers that would help pilots learn from the mistakes being made by others and take the action necessary to prevent them from having similar
Read more: Ghost Fire in the Sky Near Franklin, WV (GAARMS)
  2021 TO DATE: So far, up through the end of September this year, the record now stands at 7 fatal accidents, with 8 fatalities, 6 pilots and 2 passengers, with 2 accidents listed as info not available, as listed below from the NTSB web site. A summary of the fatal accidents will be completed for the December issue, and with any luck, the NTSB might have more