A Cirrus SR22 and Key Lime Air Swearingen Metroliner had a midair collision today at KAPA. The Key Lime pilot shows remarkable calm across the radio while bringing the aircraft home under an emergency. The SR22 pilot glided down under the parachute. The news is that no pilot was injured.
From the NY Times. Col. Collins kept a good sense of humor about staying behind in the command module while Armstrong and Aldrin set foot on the moon.
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UAL looks to hire 10,000 pilots by 2030. The academy looks to train a more diverse pilot population, with half of the academy enrollees expected to be women or people of color. Read more here:
Dr. Giovanetti, Director of the FAA’s Medical Specialties Division, published updated guidance for AMEs about pilots having suffered from coronavirus. Important note: pilots who required intensive care therapy and pilots still having residual symptoms of coronavirus should be DEFERRED at their next medical examination.