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APS to focus on advancing pilot safety at BASS 2024
While at the show, APS aims to show how it has made it easy for pilots to evaluate their LOCI-I risk, and to determine the best way to mitigate that risk and turn it into operational excellence.

Upset prevention and recovery training provider Aviation Performance Solutions (APS) is to take part in the 69th Business Aviation Safety Summit (BASS) being held by Flight Safety Foundation in Austin, Texas at the end of this month. It will participate in vital safety discussions and an exhibit showcasing interactive risk analysis and mitigation tools for pilots. BASS presents a critical platform for the business aviation community to converge on enhancing safety protocols and strategies across the industry.

This year, APS is making it easier than ever for pilots to evaluate their risk concerning aviation's number one fatal threat, Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I), and to determine the ideal programme to not only mitigate that risk, but to turn that risk into operational excellence across many facets of day-to-day flight operations. Attendees will be able to join APS CEO and NBAA Safety Committee chairman Paul 'BJ' Ransbury in essential discussions on advancing safety systems and operationally integrating flight path management best practices, highlighting strategies and solutions to enhance pilot safety.

Key BASS 2024 safety discussions include:

- Flash Talk: Aviation safety Insights from NBAA Safety Committee leadership featuring Ransbury alongside NBAA's senior vice president Douglas Carr, fielding flash questions on the current state of aviation safety, focusing on innovative strategies and systems designed to mitigate risks and enhance safety for pilots and passengers alike.

- Flight Path Management: An on-going challenge for business aviation, the session will address the increasing complexities of modern airspace and the critical role of aircraft automation.

Advisors will be on site to guide pilots through mitigating LOC-I. Pilots will analyse their risk then use an interactive 30 second tool to structure their optimal upset prevention and recovery training programme to comprehensively mitigate risk and deliver exceptional training results.

"We help pilots bring everyone home safely and are thrilled to be contributing to BASS 2024, a critical safety event that exemplifies excellence in aviation safety and continual attention to, and refinement of, business aviation safety practices," says Ransbury, "This year, we have made it easier than ever for pilots to evaluate their risk concerning aviation's number one fatal threat and to determine the ideal programme to not only mitigate that risk, but to turn that risk into operational excellence across many facets of day-to-day flight operations."

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