Go back to the main Aeronautical Knowledge Page.
This category focuses on helping the pilot improve his or her ADM skills with the goal of mitigating the risk factors associated with flight in both classic and automated aircraft. In the end, the discussion is not so much about aircraft, but about the people who fly them.
- The History of Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM)
- Risk Management
- Hazard and Risk
- Hazard and Risk – The PAVE Checklist
- Human Factors
- The Decision-Making Process – The 5 P’s Check
- The Decision-Making Process – Perceive, Process, Perform (3P) Model
- The Decision-Making Process – The DECIDE Model
- Decision-Making in a Dynamic Environment
- Situational Awareness
- Automation (Part One)
- Automation (Part Two)
- Automation (Part Three)
Flight Literacy RecommendsWilliam Kershner's Student Pilot's Flight Manual - A ground school textbook, maneuvers manual, and syllabus, all rolled into one. This manual includes detailed references to maneuvers and procedures, and is fully illustrated with the author’s own drawings. It's a must-have for all student pilots and flight instructors. This manual covers all you need to know for your first flight, presolo, the post-solo maneuvers, cross-country and night flying.