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NTSB Presents at Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) AirVenture Oshkosh 2022

​​​Attending EAA AirVenture? 

Between July 25 - July 31, NTSB staff and Board Me​​mbers will be presenting at Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) AirVenture Oshkosh 2022 to discuss how to “fly like a pro.” 

We will share strategies for achieving the highest level of safety when flying and share lessons learned from accident investigations. Professionalism is a mindset that includes a vigilant adherence to procedures and a desire to constantly improve proficiency, knowledge, and decision making. A professional stays focused on making the right decisions for the right reasons. They do the right thing, even when no one is watching. During ​the conference, attendees can learn what to do to be a pro—and what not to do—from the pros!​

Read our news release​​ for more information.

Why EAA AirVenture? 

EAA AirVenture is the world’s largest gathering of aviation enthusiasts—including pilots and operators. Improving general aviation safety is one of NTSB’s focus areas. We investigate hundreds of GA accidents each year and issue numerous recommendations that could save lives and prevent injuries. 

​​Where to find us

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Flying in?  Read our new Safety Alert​ on how to fly into an event safely.​

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​​Agenda​​

Download Agenda, Presentor Bio​​s and Session Descriptions​​
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​MONDAY
​Time
​Location
Title​
​Presentor
​1300-1415
​Forum 1

​Case Study:
Cirrus SR22 Loss of Control
​Timothy Burtch
​1430-1515
​Federal Pavilion
​Mastering Maintenance:
Tools to Prevent Aircraft Accidents
​Kristi Dunks
​​TUESDAY ​ ​
​0900-1000
Vintage Hanger​
​Mastering Maintenance:
Tools to Prevent Aircraft Accidents
Kristi Dunks​
1015-1115
Federal  Pavilion
Case Study: 
Cirrus SR22 Loss of Control
Timothy Burtch
​1430-1545
Forum 5​
​Case Study:
Bradley International, B17
Capt. Warren Abrams​
WEDNESDAY​ ​ ​
​0830-0945
Forum 5​
​Case Study:
Calabasas, California, S-76B Helicopter Crash
​Mike Folkerts
​0915-1015
​Federal Pavilion
Case Study:
Bradley International, B17​
Capt. Warren Abrams​​
​1330-1500
​Federal 
Pavilion
​Meet and Greet with Board Member
Michael Graham
​Michael Graham
​1430-1530
​Federal Pavilion
It Starts with Us - Flight Instructor Professionalism​​Allison Diaz
THURSDAY​ ​ ​
​1000-1100
​Federal Pavilion
​Meet and Greet with 
Board Member Michael Graham​
​Michael Graham
​1245-1345
Federal Pavilion​
Using CAROL to Search NTSB Accident Investigations and Reports​
​Loren Groff
​1300-1415
Forum 1​​What's in Your Medicine Cabinet
Dr. Michelle Watters​
​FRIDAY ​ ​
​0830-0945
Forum 11​
​Inside the Black Box
Sean Payne & Michael​ Portman​
0900-0945
Vintage Hangar​​Pilot Professionalism: How Small Changes Can Make a Big Impact
Katherine Wilson​
​1000-1115
Forum 5​
Panel Discussion: FLY LIKE A PRO
Featuring Member Graham
​Moderator:
Sean Elliott
​1300-1400
​Federal Pavilion
​Meet and Greet with
Board Member Michael Graham
​​Michael Graham
​1415-1515
Federal Pavilion​
Air Traffic Control Communications During an Emergency​
​Brian Soper
​​SATURDAY​ ​ ​
​0830-094​​5
FAA Hanger​
​Case Study: Calabasas, California, S-76B Helicopter Accident
​Mike Folkerts
​1000-1100
Federal Pavilion​
​Pilot Professionalism: How Small Changes Can Make a Big Impact
Katherine Wilson​
​1130-1245
Forum 2​
​Air Traffic Control Communications During an Emergency
​Brian Soper
​1515-1615
Federal Pavilion​
​Check Your Restraints: Considerations and Case Studies
​Amanda Taylor
​​SUNDAY ​ ​
​0930--1030
​Federal Pavilion
​The Compounding Effect of Task Saturation
​Heidi Kemner

Resources

​​Listen to our Behind-the-Scene Podcast ​about NTSB’s presence at EAA AirVenture

Safety Alerts 

Most Wanted List 

​Media Inquires

​​Interview requests and other media inquiries should be directed to Peter Knudson ​peter.knudson@ntsb.gov​.​​​​




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