Pilots skilled in airline upset-recovery training are taking part in a year-long series of international educational workshops designed by ICAO to help reduce loss-of-control inflight (LOC-I) accidents, the leading cause of airline fatalities.  LOC-I is often preceded by an aerodynamic stall or an upset in the aircraft’s attitude. ICAO—which last year published a Manual on Aeroplane Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) to guide airlines in setting up preventative ...

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