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#226 “Safer Skies Volume 1.1 Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM) - Kochan”
FAASP0301 Monday Oct 1, 2007 11:00 AM Eastern

.Learn about six major topics in the FAA’s Safer Skies initiative starting with this broadcast on Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM).
This program cover the dynamics of decision making including human decision making limitations/ influences, types of human errors
and the introduction of the Perceive, Process, Perform & Evaluate model. This program features Janeen Kochan, with introduction by
Ralph Hood. Janeen Kochan was an airline captain/instructor pilot for Airborne Express, Inc., serving on the Boeing 767. Janeen was
based in Wilmington, Ohio, where she was responsible for the development and implementation of Crew Resource Management and
Instructor Training Programs. She also instructs in J-3 and many other General Aviation aircraft. Because of her efforts and abilities,
Janeen was recently selected as Flight Instructor of the Year for the Orlando Flight Standards District Office.




#227 “PLANE TIME” (Sep 15, 07 CFI/DPE show )
PLT 07091501 Monday Oct 29, 2007 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time (CFI / DPE); is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist .in the form of a talk show. Mr. Tom Evans, President of the Florida Association of Flight
Instructors from Tampa Florida, is the guest host of “Plane Time”. This program will include Joe Forresto EA Regional FAASTeam Man-
ager, Jim Leviette EA Project Lead, Larry Enlow, North Florida Project Lead, and other industry and FAA personnel. They will discuss
the CFI / DPE program past, present, and future.




#228 “Plane Time” (Sep 15, 07 CFI/DPE show )
PLT 07091501 Monday Nov 5, 2007 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time (CFI / DPE); is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist .in the form of a talk show. Mr. Tom Evans, President of the Florida Association of Flight
Instructors from Tampa Florida, is the guest host of “Plane Time”. This program will include Joe Forresto EA Regional FAASTeam Man-
ager, Jim Leviette EA Project Lead, Larry Enlow, North Florida Project Lead, and other industry and FAA personnel. They will discuss
the CFI / DPE program past, present, and future.




#229 Safer Skies Volume 1.2 – Weather - Brady
FAASP0403 Monday Nov 19, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Learn about the six major topics in the FAA’s Safer Skies initiative. This broadcast will feature Steve Brady and will cover Weather.
Steve Brady, Orlando FAA FSDO Inspector, will be introduced by aviation humorist Ralph Hood. The broadcast also includes contri-
butions by Dr Chris Hebster of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Ed Leonard of the St. Petersburg, Florida Automated Flight
Service Station.
#230 Safer Skies Volume 1.2 – Weather - Brady
FAASP0403 Monday Nov 26, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Learn about the six major topics in the FAA’s Safer Skies initiative. This broadcast will feature Steve Brady and will cover Weather.
Steve Brady, Orlando FAA FSDO Inspector, will be introduced by aviation humorist Ralph Hood. The broadcast also includes contri-
butions by Dr Chris Hebster of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Ed Leonard of the St. Petersburg, Florida Automated Flight
Service Station.




#231 “Plane Time” (Nov 10, 07 show SMS)
PLT 07111001 Monday Dec 3, 2007 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time (SMS); is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane Time”,
offers aviation safety training with a twist .in the form of a talk show. Mr. Beeler Gausz, aviation consultant and writer from Orlando
Florida, is the guest host of “Plane Time”. This program will include Keith Ballenger WP Regional FAASTeam Manager, Mike Halloran
WP Project Lead, Eric Minnis, National FAASTeam Data Analyst. They will discuss the FAASTeam involvement in the Safety Manage-
ment System.




#232 FAASTeam Training – (5 Hours including breaks)
071205XX Wednesday Dec 05, 2007 at 11:00 AM – 4:00PM Eastern

We have two Training/Orientation Meetings each year during the months of July and December in order to communicate with FAA
FAASTeam Program Managers, Lead Representatives, and Representatives. You should review the Articulate PowerPoint of the
FAASTeam Orientation (PP 06111501) prior to this meeting.




#233 “PLANE TIME” – (Nov 10, 07 show SMS)
PLT 07111001 Monday Dec 10, 2007 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time (SMS); is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane Time”,
offers aviation safety training with a twist .in the form of a talk show. Mr. Beeler Gausz, aviation consultant and writer from Orlando
Florida, is the guest host of “Plane Time”. This program will include Keith Ballenger WP Regional FAASTeam Manager, Mike Halloran
WP Project Lead, Eric Minnis, National FAASTeam Data Analyst. They will discuss the FAASTeam involvement in the Safety Manage-
ment System.
#234 “MASTER PILOT AWARDS” (Dec 15, 2007 show)
MPA 07121501 Monday Dec 17, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

The Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award is a new, nationally sanctioned FAA award for active senior pilots. The award is named for
Orville & Wilbur Wright, and recognizes a lifetime of safe flying for pilots who have been active for at least 50 years and who also meet
strict eligibility requirements. The Wright brothers first flew their frail craft, the Flyer, on December 17, 1903 at Kitty Hawk, NC. The
Wright Brothers Master Pilot award ceremony at the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam NRC in Lakeland, Florida marks the
104th anniversary of that monumental event. Each recipient will be presented a certificate signed by FAA Administrator Marion Blakey,
and a special lapel pin identifying their special achievement. Additionally, each will have his or her name inscribed in the Roll of Honor
at the FAA headquarters in Washington, DC.




#235 “MASTER PILOT AWARDS” (Dec 15, 2007 show)
MPA 07121501 Monday Jan 07, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern

The Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award is a new, nationally sanctioned FAA award for active senior pilots. The award is named for
Orville & Wilbur Wright, and recognizes a lifetime of safe flying for pilots who have been active for at least 50 years and who also meet
strict eligibility requirements. The Wright brothers first flew their frail craft, the Flyer, on December 17, 1903 at Kitty Hawk, NC. The
Wright Brothers Master Pilot award ceremony at the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam NRC in Lakeland, Florida marks the
104th anniversary of that monumental event. Each recipient will be presented a certificate signed by FAA Administrator Marion Blakey,
and a special lapel pin identifying their special achievement. Additionally, each will have his or her name inscribed in the Roll of Honor
at the FAA headquarters in Washington, DC.




#236 Icing for General Aviation Pilots - NASA
06122701 Monday Jan 14, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This video present practical information to help pilots avoid ice, detect ice, minimize exposure, and safely exit icing conditions during
each phase of flight. The effect of icing on performance and handling is also discussed.

Realistic scenarios follow two pilots, Rona and Greg, from preflight planning through the approach and landing phases of flight. Rona
is piloting an ice-protected light twin aircraft, and Greg is pilot an unprotected single aircraft.

This video was written by NASA, the FAA and the AOPA Air Safety Foundation




#237 Icing for General Aviation Pilots - NASA
06122701 Monday Feb 04, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This video present practical information to help pilots avoid ice, detect ice, minimize exposure, and safely exit icing conditions during
each phase of flight. The effect of icing on performance and handling is also discussed.

Realistic scenarios follow two pilots, Rona and Greg, from preflight planning through the approach and landing phases of flight. Rona
is piloting an ice-protected light twin aircraft, and Greg is pilot an unprotected single aircraft.

This video was written by NASA, the FAA and the AOPA Air Safety Foundation
#238 Icing for Regional & Corporate Pilots NASA
07010201 Monday Feb 11, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This video is intended primarily for pilots of turboprop aircraft. It discusses ice protection systems, how ice accretes on the aircraft and
symptoms thereof, the effects of ice on both the performance degradation and handling qualities, suggested recovery techniques from
a roll or pitch upset and finally, the hazard of Supercooled Large Droplets (SLD).

This video was written by NASA, the FAA, and the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA).




#239 Icing for Regional & Corporate Pilots NASA
07010201 Monday Feb 25, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This video is intended primarily for pilots of turboprop aircraft. It discusses ice protection systems, how ice accretes on the aircraft and
symptoms thereof, the effects of ice on both the performance degradation and handling qualities, suggested recovery techniques from
a roll or pitch upset and finally, the hazard of Supercooled Large Droplets (SLD).

This video was written by NASA, the FAA, and the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA).




#240 Icing 2 More Parts from NASA
07010901 Monday Mar 03, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern




#241 Icing 2 More Parts from NASA
07010901 Monday Mar 10, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern




#242 Safer Skies Volume 1.3 Runway (S/S) Weeks (Replay D023)
FAASP0407 Monday Mar 17, 2008 at 1100 AM Eastern

Learn about six major topics in the FAA’s Safer Skies initiative. This program covers the Runway Safety. This program is features
internationally renowned pilot and collector of rare aircraft, Kermit Weeks. Kermit is also the founder of Fantasy of Flight in Polk City,
Florida. The introduction is by aviation humorist Ralph Hood.
#243 Safer Skies Volume 1.3 Runway (S/S) Weeks (Replay D023)
FAASP0407 Monday Apr 07, 2008 at 1100 AM Eastern

Learn about six major topics in the FAA’s Safer Skies initiative. This program covers the Runway Safety. This program is features
internationally renowned pilot and collector of rare aircraft, Kermit Weeks. Kermit is also the founder of Fantasy of Flight in Polk City,
Florida. The introduction is by aviation humorist Ralph Hood.




#244 Sun ‘n Fun Live
SUN 08040803 Tuesday Apr 08, 2008 at 11:30 AM Eastern

Join Michael Halloran, Scottsdale, AZ FAASTeam Program Manager as her presents: Personal Safety Risk Management

Is aviation 100% safe, and if not, why are we involved in this endeavor anyway? What does it mean to be Dangerous? Do you know
what a Hazard is? How does a Hazard differ from a Risk? If you’ve ever wondered about these terms and how they apply to you and
flying, come hear an entertaining and educational presentation given on Personal Safety Risk Management, where we’ll look deeper
into this subject.




#245 Sun ‘n Fun Live
SUN 08040903 Wednesday Apr 09, 2008 at 11:30 AM Eastern

Join Joseph Forresto, Eastern Region FAASTeam Manager as he presents The National CFI/ DPE program.

The Flight Instructor Special Emphasis Program was born in Orlando Florida due to the very active flight training area. Now the East-
ern Region FAASTeam under the leadership of Joe Forresto EA Regional FAASTeam Manager and Jim Leviette EA Project Lead are
expanding the program to include Designated Pilot examiners. We will learn about the program past, present, and future.




#246 Sun ‘n Fun Live
SUN 08041003 Thursday Apr 10, 2008 at 11:30 AM Eastern

The Kings on Practical Risk Management

John and Martha King are known for their unique ability to blend humor with real-world experience, gleaned from years of traveling by
light plane to weekly seminars. After having had an aircraft accident of their own, and discovering their own sense of vulnerability, John
and Martha say they have become “born again pilots”. Having had a hand in the aviation education of nearly half of the nation’s pilots
in the last two and a half decades, the Kings feel a deep responsibility towards their students and a strong sense of mission about
passing on these practical and insightful tools for risk management.
#247 Sun ‘n Fun Live
SUN 08041103 Friday Apr 11, 2008 at 11:30 AM Eastern

Bruce Landsberg with AOPA Air Safety Foundation presents Weather Wise: Thunderstorms & ATC

Learn how ATC describes precipitation, what weather-radar services controllers can offer, and how to effectively communicate with ATC




#248 Sun ‘n Fun Live – Meet the FAA
SUN 08041104 Friday Apr 11, 2008 at 1:00 PM Eastern

Each year top FAA management personnel travel from their offices in Washington, D.C. to Lakeland, Florida, to discuss ongoing FAA
policy. Meeting the public whom they work tirelessly to protect and serve allows them to address current policy issues in an informal
environment. Don’t miss this important broadcast. This will be live from the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam National
Resource Center, Lakeland Florida during the annual Sun ‘n Fun event.




#249 Sun ‘n Fun Live – “Live Finale”
SUN 08041403 Monday Apr 14, 2008 at 13:00 PM Eastern

Enjoy the final ‘wrap-up’ of the 34th Annual Sun ‘n Fun festivities and events recorded “live” from the FAA Production Studio at the
FAASTeam National Resource Center in Lakeland, Florida. Join our show host, the Sun N’ Fun Flight Standards Office Coordinator
and others, as they reflect on the week of aviation and public activities. The “Finale” is a light-hearted, yet sincere, presentation that
boasts many accomplishments throughout the convention with video clips of highlights and interviews with industry icons and “airshow”
performers.




#250 Plane Time – Sun ‘n Fun “Finale Replay”
SUN 08041403 Monday Apr 21, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Enjoy the final ‘wrap-up’ of the 34th Annual Sun ‘n Fun festivities and events recorded “live” from the FAA Production Studio at the
FAASTeam National Resource Center in Lakeland, Florida. Join our show host, the Sun N’ Fun Flight Standards Office Coordinator
and others, as they reflect on the week of aviation and public activities. The “Finale” is a light-hearted, yet sincere, presentation that
boasts many accomplishments throughout the convention with video clips of highlights and interviews with industry icons and “airshow”
performers.
#251 “Plane Time” (Mar 08, 08 show )
PLT 08030801 Monday May 05, 08 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time; is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane Time”, offers
aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Beeler Gausz, Tom Evans, or Rich Tillery will host this special “Plane
Time” show. Guest are still in the cue for this show.




#252 “Plane Time” (Mar 08, 08 show )
PLT 08030801 Monday May 12, 08 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time; is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane Time”, offers
aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Beeler Gausz, Tom Evans, or Rich Tillery will host this special “Plane
Time” show. Guest are still in the cue for this show.




#253 Flight Instructor Workshop (May 03, 08 Show)
CFI 080503XX Monday June 02, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Mr. Larry Enlow, lead inspector for the Orlando Flight Instructor Special Emphasis Team and Tom Evans, President of the Florida
Association of Flight Instructors will host this year’s Flight Instructor Workshop. The FAA’s North Florida Flight Standards District Office
(FSDO) CFI Team will provide updates on the latest in pilot certification. This one (1) hour portion of the Flight Instructor Workshop will
be broadcast throughout the United States. You don’t want to miss this presentation.




#254 Flight Instructor Workshop (May 03, 08 Show)
CFI 080503XX Monday June 09, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Mr. Larry Enlow, lead inspector for the Orlando Flight Instructor Special Emphasis Team and Tom Evans, President of the Florida
Association of Flight Instructors will host this year’s Flight Instructor Workshop. The FAA’s North Florida Flight Standards District Office
(FSDO) CFI Team will provide updates on the latest in pilot certification. This one (1) hour portion of the Flight Instructor Workshop will
be broadcast throughout the United States. You don’t want to miss this presentation.




#255 Accident Investigation # 109 (May 09, 08 Show)
ACC 080509XX Monday June 16, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Join Mike & Elana Klasing and their cast of accident investigation professionals to explore and share vital information for officials and
first responders to aircraft accident scenes.

When things go wrong on a flight, the professional approach to the investigation is paramount in the efforts of prevention. Accident
Investigation is the FAA’s highest priority in the attempt to reduce accidental mishaps that risk life and limb. Don’t miss this informative
broadcast.
#256 Accident Investigation # 109 (May 09, 08 Show)
ACC 080509XX Monday July 07, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Join Mike & Elana Klasing and their cast of accident investigation professionals to explore and share vital information for officials and
first responders to aircraft accident scenes.

When things go wrong on a flight, the professional approach to the investigation is paramount in the efforts of prevention. Accident
Investigation is the FAA’s highest priority in the attempt to reduce accidental mishaps that risk life and limb. Don’t miss this informative
broadcast.




#257 TBA
xxxxxxxx Monday July 14, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern




#258 FAASTeam Training – (5 Hours including breaks)
071205XX Wednesday Jul 16, 2008 at 11:00 AM – 4:00PM Eastern

We have two Training/Orientation Meetings each year during the months of July and December in order to communicate with FAA
FAASTeam Program Managers, Lead Representatives, and Representatives. You should review the Articulate PowerPoint of the
FAASTeam Orientation (PP 06111501) prior to this meeting.




#259 TBA
xxxxxxxx Monday July 14, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern




#260 Charles Taylor Awards
CTA 08071201 Monday Aug 04, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This will be a broadcast of the “Charles Taylor Awards” (recorded July 12th 2008). Plans are still underway for this important FAA
Master Mechanic award. At this ceremony we will salute aviation maintenance professionals who have spent 50+ years in the business
of aircraft maintenance. Mike Klasing will host this prestigious event.




#261 Charles Taylor Awards
CTA 08071201 Monday Aug 11, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This will be a broadcast of the “Charles Taylor Awards” (recorded July 12th 2008). Plans are still underway for this important FAA
Master Mechanic award. At this ceremony we will salute aviation maintenance professionals who have spent 50+ years in the business
of aircraft maintenance. Mike Klasing will host this prestigious event.
#262 Corporate Seminar (Aug 09, 2008)
CAS 080809XX Monday Aug 18, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern
This broadcast will focus on important areas for pilots, mechanics, and other personnel within the corporate flight environment. The
annual Corporate Seminar normally addresses one of more of the “Safer Skies” subjects and can be very important to airmen of any
experience level. Specific information for the final program is still under development.




#263 Corporate Seminar (Aug 09, 2008)
CAS 080809XX Monday Aug 18, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern
This broadcast will focus on important areas for pilots, mechanics, and other personnel within the corporate flight environment. The
annual Corporate Seminar normally addresses one of more of the “Safer Skies” subjects and can be very important to airmen of any
experience level. Specific information for the final program is still under development.




#264 TBA
xxxxxxxx Monday Sep 15, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern




#265 TBA
xxxxxxxx Monday Sep 22, 2008 at 11:00 AM Eastern
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#185 “PLANE TIME” (Aug 26, 2006 show PABC)
PLT 06082601 Monday Oct 2, 2006 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time (PABC Show); is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety
Series”. The show, “Plane Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben
Coleman, FAASTeam Program Manager from the Orlando & Tampa area, is the host of “Plane Time”. This pro-
gram will include Dave Bushy, Senior VP Jet Blue, Randall Hamilton, Director Flight Training and Standards,
Compass Airlines, Alfred Ramsey, Manager FSI at Seattle ,and Peter Wolfe , Executive Director for PABC.




#186 “PLANE TIME” (Aug 26, 2006 show PABC)
PLT 06082601 Monday Oct 16, 2006 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time (PABC Show); is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety
Series”. The show, “Plane Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben
Coleman, FAASTeam Program Manager from the Orlando & Tampa area, is the host of “Plane Time”. This pro-
gram will include Dave Bushy, Senior VP Jet Blue, Randall Hamilton, Director Flight Training and Standards,
Compass Airlines, Alfred Ramsey, Manager FSI at Seattle ,and Peter Wolfe , Executive Director for PABC.




#187 “Plane Time” (sep 16, 06 show- FAASTeam Industry Members)
PLT 06091601 Monday Oct 23, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time (FAASTeam Industry Members); is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios
Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a
talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, FAASTeam Program Manager from the Orlando & Tampa area, is the host of
“Plane Time”. This program will include Tom Evans, President of the Florida Association of Flight Instructor,
Beeler Gausz, Prevention Author, and Rich Tillery, Chief Pilot for ATP.

Learn about the new FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam). Teamwork will allow us to multiply our efforts beyond
what the FAASTeam Program Managers (FPMs) can do alone. The FAASTeam will develop symbiotic rela-
tionships with individuals and industry groups that have a vested interest in aviation safety. The individuals,
who will be called, FAASTeam Representatives, will work closely with the FPMs to “touch” airmen with our
safety message on a local level. The FAASTeam will “team” with the aviation industry to bring aviation safety to
airmen on a broader scale.
#188 “Plane Time” (sep 16, 06 show- FAASTeam Industry Members)
PLT 06091601 Monday Nov 06, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time (FAASTeam Industry Members); is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios
Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a
talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, FAASTeam Program Manager from the Orlando & Tampa area, is the host of
“Plane Time”. This program will include Tom Evans, President of the Florida Association of Flight Instructor,
Beeler Gausz, Prevention Author, and Rich Tillery, Chief Pilot for ATP.

Learn about the new FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam). Teamwork will allow us to multiply our efforts beyond
what the FAASTeam Program Managers (FPMs) can do alone. The FAASTeam will develop symbiotic rela-
tionships with individuals and industry groups that have a vested interest in aviation safety. The individuals,
who will be called, FAASTeam Representatives, will work closely with the FPMs to “touch” airmen with our
safety message on a local level. The FAASTeam will “team” with the aviation industry to bring aviation safety to
airmen on a broader scale.




#189 Runway Safety for Air Traffic Contollers - Cilli
06081901 Monday Nov 13, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern


This special Runway Safety Show is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”.
The show, offers aviation safety training for Air Traffic Controllers, Pilots and Flight Instructors with Mr. Dan Cilli
from the Southern Region Office of Runway Safety.




#190 Runway Safety for Air Traffic Contollers - Cilli
06081901 Monday Nov 20, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Runway Safety Show is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”.
The show, offers aviation safety training for Air Traffic Controllers, Pilots and Flight Instructors with Mr. Dan Cilli
from the Southern Region Office of Runway Safety.




#191 “PLANE TIME” – New Engine (recorded Nov 11, 2006)
PLT 06111101 Monday Dec 4, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time (FAASTeam Industry Members); is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios
Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of
a talk show. Mr. Tom Evans, FAASTeam Speakers Bureau and President of the Florida Association of Flight
Instructors, is the host of this “Plane Time”. This program will include Mr Tony Perna with Epic Aviation discuss-
ing learn how a C-172 can “Burn Jet A Fuel”in a Compression Engine.
#192 “PLANE TIME” – New Engine (recorded Nov 11, 2006)
PLT 06111101 Monday Dec 11, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This special Plane Time (FAASTeam Industry Members); is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios
Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of
a talk show. Mr. Tom Evans, FAASTeam Speakers Bureau and President of the Florida Association of Flight
Instructors, is the host of this “Plane Time”. This program will include Mr Tony Perna with Epic Aviation discuss-
ing learn how a C-172 can “Burn Jet A Fuel”in a Compression Engine.




#193 “MASTER PILOT AWARDS” (recorded Dec 16, 2006)
MPA 06121601 Monday Dec 18, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern

The Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award is a new, nationally sanctioned FAA award for active senior pilots. The
award is named for Orville & Wilbur Wright, and recognizes a lifetime of safe flying for pilots who have been
active for at least 50 years and who also meet strict eligibility requirements. The Wright brothers first flew their
frail craft, the Flyer, on December 17, 1903 at Kitty Hawk, NC. The Wright Brothers Master Pilot award cer-
emony at the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam NRC in Lakeland, Florida marks the 103rd anniversary
of that monumental event. Each recipient will be presented a certificate signed by FAA Administrator Marion
Blakey, and a special lapel pin identifying their special achievement. Additionally, each will have his or her
name inscribed in the Roll of Honor at the FAA headquarters in Washington, DC.




#194 “MASTER PILOT AWARDS” (recorded Dec 16, 2006)
MPA 06121601 Monday Jan 08, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

The Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award is a new, nationally sanctioned FAA award for active senior pilots. The
award is named for Orville & Wilbur Wright, and recognizes a lifetime of safe flying for pilots who have been
active for at least 50 years and who also meet strict eligibility requirements. The Wright brothers first flew their
frail craft, the Flyer, on December 17, 1903 at Kitty Hawk, NC. The Wright Brothers Master Pilot award cer-
emony at the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam NRC in Lakeland, Florida marks the 103rd anniversary
of that monumental event. Each recipient will be presented a certificate signed by FAA Administrator Marion
Blakey, and a special lapel pin identifying their special achievement. Additionally, each will have his or her
name inscribed in the Roll of Honor at the FAA headquarters in Washington, DC.




#195 Icing for General Aviation Pilots - NASA
06122701 Monday Jan 22, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This video present practical information to help pilots avoid ice, detect ice, minimize exposure, and safely exit
icing conditions during each phase of flight. The effect of icing on performance and handling is also discussed.

Realistic scenarios follow two pilots, Rona and Greg, from preflight planning through the approach and land-
ing phases of flight. Rona is piloting an ice-protected light twin aircraft, and Greg is pilot an unprotected single
aircraft.

This video was written by NASA, the FAA and the AOPA Air Safety Foundation
#196 Icing for General Aviation Pilots - NASA
06122701 Monday Feb 05, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This video present practical information to help pilots avoid ice, detect ice, minimize exposure, and safely exit
icing conditions during each phase of flight. The effect of icing on performance and handling is also discussed.

Realistic scenarios follow two pilots, Rona and Greg, from preflight planning through the approach and land-
ing phases of flight. Rona is piloting an ice-protected light twin aircraft, and Greg is pilot an unprotected single
aircraft.

This video was written by NASA, the FAA and the AOPA Air Safety Foundation




#197 Icing for Regional & Corporate Pilots NASA
07010201 Monday Feb 12, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This video is intended primarily for pilots of turboprop aircraft. It discusses ice protection systems, how ice
accretes on the aircraft and symptoms thereof, the effects of ice on both the performance degradation and
handling qualities, suggested recovery techniques from a roll or pitch upset and finally, the hazard of Super-
cooled Large Droplets (SLD).

This video was written by NASA, the FAA, and the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA).




#198 Seaplane Seminar” Recap of 13th Annual
SUN 070203xx Monday Feb 26, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Thirteenth Annual Seaplane Safety Seminar .. Learn about subjects such as: Understanding the Lake Amphib-
ian , Seaplane Maintenance & Corrosion Control, X-Country on Straight Floats, the FAA Seawings Program,
and much more.




#199 “Seaplane Seminar”- Recap of 13th Annual
SEA 070203xx Monday Mar 05, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Thirteenth Annual Seaplane Safety Seminar .. Learn about subjects such as: Understanding the Lake Amphib-
ian , Seaplane Maintenance & Corrosion Control, X-Country on Straight Floats, the FAA Seawings Program,
and much more.
#200 “VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2007 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In”
SUN SPECIAL Monday Mar 12, 2007 at 1100 AM Eastern

Success is never possible without advanced planning and support. Your advance planning and support for
Sun ‘n Fun 2007 will make the event successful. The video VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2007 Sun ‘n Fun
Fly-In is a supplement to the official NOTAM. It can be used as a short stand-alone program (aprox. 20 min-
utes) or to supplement another program. Please try to use it at your local seminars whenever possible. Look
for updates on our ATN/ESP broadcast and on our web site at www.faa.safety.gov & http://faaproductionstu-
dios.com/
         Broadcast #200: Changed to: Monday Mar 12, 2007 at 1100 AM Eastern
Icing for Regional & Corporate Pilots NASA 07010201

This video is intended primarily for pilots of turboprop aircraft. It discusses ice protection systems, how ice
accretes on the aircraft and symptoms thereof, the effects of ice on both the performance degradation and
handling qualities, suggested recovery techniques from a roll or pitch upset and finally, the hazard of Super-
cooled Large Droplets (SLD).

This video was written by NASA, the FAA, and the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA).




#201 “VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2007 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In”
SUN SPECIAL Monday Mar 19, 2007 at 1100 AM Eastern

Success is never possible without advanced planning and support. Your advance planning and support for
Sun ‘n Fun 2007 will make the event successful. The video VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2007 Sun ‘n Fun
Fly-In is a supplement to the official NOTAM. It can be used as a short stand-alone program (aprox. 20 min-
utes) or to supplement another program. Please try to use it at your local seminars whenever possible. Look
for updates on our ATN/ESP broadcast and on our web site at www.faa.safety.gov & http://faaproductionstu-
dios.com/

       Broadcat #201 Changed to: Monday Mar 19, 2007 at 1100 AM Eastern
Icing 2 more parts from – NASA 07010901

Part 1: Supercooled Large Droplet Icing 26 Min.

This video discusses the phenomenon of supercooled large droplet (SLD) icing for the professional pilot and
other aviation professionals. Topics covered include how SLD icing conditions are different and exceed those
required for aircraft certification; potential performance and handling hazards associated with SLD ice accre-
tions; visual cues from the flight deck to aid early detection and escape, and finally where and how SLD forms
in the atmosphere to better anticipate this condition. NASA teamed with the Air Line Pilot’s Association (ALPA),
the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) to
develop these materials.

Part 2: Tailplane Icing 23 Min

This video provides information about ice-contaminated horizontal stabilizers. It presents a physical descrip-
tion of the tailplane icing problem, symptoms of ice contamination, and suggested recovery procedures. This
video was produced as a result of insights gained from the NASA/FAA Tailplane Icing Program.
#202 “I A Refresher Course”
Live Broadcast
IAR 070321XX Wed Mar 21, 2007 at 1100 Eastern

This will be a live broadcast from the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam National Resource Center in
Lakeland, Florida during the annual IA Refresher Course. Tune in to this informative and controversial presen-
tation on airworthiness issues from leading guest speakers that are National Resources for airworthiness. This
will be a a powerful message delivered with vigor and enthusiasm not for the weak of heart or less than aircraft
mechanic. We will encourage compliance and reward you with accolades for good and proper maintenance.




#203 “I A Refresher Course”- Replay from Mar 21 Boradcat
IAR 070321XX Wed Apr 02, 2007 at 1100 Eastern

This will be a replay of the live broadcast from the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam National
Resource Center in Lakeland, Florida during the annual IA Refresher Course. Tune in to this informative and
controversial presentation on airworthiness issues from leading guest speakers that are National Resources for
airworthiness. This will be a a powerful message delivered with vigor and enthusiasm not for the weak of heart
or less than aircraft mechanic. We will encourage compliance and reward you with accolades for good and
proper maintenance.




#204 “PLANE TIME” (recorded Mar 10, 2007)
PLT 07031001 Monday Apr 16, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

“Plane Time” is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program
Manager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane
Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to
spike your interest or possibly save your life.

The guests for the April 16, 2007 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam
National Resource Center are still “in the cue”. Our guests are professional and informative. The program
guest list could change due to their busy schedules. It’s all safety and its all “Plane Time”!




#205 Sun ‘n Fun Live –
SUN 07041703 Tuesday Apr 17, 2007 at 11:30 AM Eastern

John Toy, FAASteam Program Manager will present : Failure to Follow MX Procedures live from the FAA Pro-
duction Studios at the FAASTeam National Resource Center, Lakeland Florida during the annual Sun ‘n Fun
event.
#206 Sun ‘n Fun Live –
SUN 07041803 Wednesday Apr 18, 2007 at 11:30 AM Eastern

Buz, Massengale, FAASteam Program Manager from the Tampa/ Orlando area will present Transitioning to
Technologically Advanced Aircraft live from the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam National Resource
Center, Lakeland Florida during the annual Sun ‘n Fun event.




#207 Sun ‘n Fun Live – “The Kings on Practical Risk Management”
SUN 07041903 Thursday Apr 19, 2007 at 11:30 AM Eastern

The Kings on Practical Risk Management. John and Martha King are known for their unique ability to blend
humor with real-world experience, gleaned from years of traveling by light plane to weekly seminars. After
having had an aircraft accident of their own, and discovering their own sense of vulnerability, John and Martha
say they have become “born again pilots”. Having had a hand in the aviation education of nearly half of the
nation’s pilots in the last two and a half decades, the Kings feel a deep responsibility towards their students
and a strong sense of mission about passing on these practical and insightful tools for risk management. This
will be broadcast live from the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam National Resource Center, Lakeland
Florida during the annual Sun ‘n Fun event.




#208 Sun ‘n Fun Live –AOPA ASF
SUN 07042003 Friday Apr 20, 20076 at 11:30 AM Eastern

Bruce Landsberg with the AOPA Air Safety Foundation will present “Say it Right! Radio Communication in
Today’s Aircraft”. This program will be broadcast live from the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam
National Resource Center, Lakeland Florida during the annual Sun ‘n Fun event.




#209 Sun ‘n Fun Live – “Meet the FAA”
SUN 07042004 Friday Apr 20, 2007 at 13:00 PM Eastern

Each year top FAA management personnel travel from their offices in Washington, D.C. to Lakeland, Florida,
to discuss ongoing FAA policy. Meeting the public whom they work tirelessly to protect and serve allows them
to address current policy issues in an informal environment. Don’t miss this important broadcast. This will be
live from the FAA Production Studios at the FAASTeam National Resource Center, Lakeland Florida during the
annual Sun ‘n Fun event.
#210 Sun ‘n Fun Live – “Live Finale”
SUN 07042303 Monday Apr 23, 2007 at 13:00 PM Eastern

Enjoy the final ‘wrap-up’ of the 33nd Annual Sun ‘n Fun festivities and events recorded “live” from the FAA
Production Studio at the FAASTeam National Resource Center in Lakeland, Florida. Join host Ben Coleman
and guest, Sun N’ Fun Flight Standards Office Coordinator and others, as they reflect on the week of aviation
and public activities. The “Finale” is a light-hearted, yet sincere, presentation that boasts many accomplish-
ments throughout the convention with video clips of highlights and interviews with industry icons and “airshow”
performers.




#211 Plane Time – (Mar10, 07 show)
PLT 07031001 Monday May 07, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

“Plane Time” is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program
Manager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane
Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to
spike your interest or possibly save your life.




#212 Accident Investigation # 108Live Show
ACC 070511XX Friday May 11, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Join Ben Coleman and his cast of accident investigation professionals to explore and share vital information for
officials and first responders to aircraft accident scenes.

When things go wrong on a flight, the professional approach to the investigation is paramount in the efforts of
prevention. Accident Investigation is the FAA’s highest priority in the attempt to reduce accidental mishaps that
risk life and limb. Don’t miss this informative broadcast.




#213 Accident Investigation # 108 Live Show - Replay
ACC 070511XX Monday May 14, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Join Ben Coleman and his cast of accident investigation professionals to explore and share vital information for
officials and first responders to aircraft accident scenes.

When things go wrong on a flight, the professional approach to the investigation is paramount in the efforts of
prevention. Accident Investigation is the FAA’s highest priority in the attempt to reduce accidental mishaps that
risk life and limb. Don’t miss this informative broadcast.
#214 Plane Time Plane Time – (Mar 10, 2007 show)
PTS 07031001 Monday June 04, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

“Plane Time” is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program
Manager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane
Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to
spike your interest or possibly save your life.

The guests for the June 4th, 2007 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Production Studios at the FAAS-
Team National Resource Center are still “in the cue”. Our guests are professional and informative. The pro-
gram guest list could change due to their busy schedules. It’s all safety and its all “Plane Time”!




#215 TBA
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#216 Flight Instructor Workshop (May 05 Show)
CFI 070505XX Monday June 18, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Mr. Larry Enlow, lead inspector for the Orlando Flight Instructor Special Emphasis Team and Tom Evans, Presi-
dent of the Florida Association of Flight Instructors will host this year’s Flight Instructor Workshop. The FAA’s
North Florida Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) CFI Team will provide updates on the latest in pilot certi-
fication. This 1 hour portion of the Flight Instructor Workshop will be broadcast throughout the United States.
You don’t want to miss this presentation.




#217 Flight Instructor Workshop (May 05 Show)
CFI 070505XX Monday July 09, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Mr. Larry Enlow, lead inspector for the Orlando Flight Instructor Special Emphasis Team and Tom Evans, Presi-
dent of the Florida Association of Flight Instructors will host this year’s Flight Instructor Workshop. The FAA’s
North Florida Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) CFI Team will provide updates on the latest in pilot certi-
fication. This 1 hour portion of the Flight Instructor Workshop will be broadcast throughout the United States.
You don’t want to miss this presentation.




#218 TBA
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#220 Charles Taylor Awards
CTA 07071101 Monday Aug 06, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This will be a broadcast of the “Charles Taylor Awards” (recorded July 11th 2007). Plans are still underway for
this important FAA Master Mechanic award. At this ceremony we will salute aviation maintenance profession-
als who have spent 50+ years in the business of aircraft maintenance. Mike Klasing and Ben Coleman will
host this prestigious event.




#221 Charles Taylor Awards
CTA 07071101 Monday Aug 13, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This will be a broadcast of the “Charles Taylor Awards” (recorded July 12th 2006). Plans are still underway for
this important FAA Master Mechanic award. At this ceremony we will salute aviation maintenance profession-
als who have spent 50+ years in the business of aircraft maintenance. Mike Klasing and Ben Coleman will
host this prestigious event.




#222 Corporate Seminar (Aug 11, 2007)
CAS 070811XX Monday Aug 20, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This broadcast will focus on important areas for pilots, mechanics, and other personnel within the corporate
flight environment. The annual Corporate Seminar normally addresses one of more of the “Safer Skies” sub-
jects and can be very important to airmen of any experience level. Specific information for the final program is
still under development.




#223 Corporate Seminar (Aug 11, 2007) Replay
CAS 070811XX Monday Sep 10, 2007 at 11:00 AM Eastern

This broadcast will focus on important areas for pilots, mechanics, and other personnel within the corporate
flight environment. The annual Corporate Seminar normally addresses one of more of the “Safer Skies” sub-
jects and can be very important to airmen of any experience level. Specific information for the final program is
still under development.
#224 TBA
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                                 Broadcast Data FY 2006

#145 “PLANE TIME” (recorded Sep 17, 2005)
PTS 05091701 Monday Oct 3, 2005 11:00 AM Eastern

“Plane Time” is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program
Manager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane
Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to spike
your interest or possibly save your life.

The guests for the October 3rd, 2005 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Stu-
dios will cover discussions of TFR’s, (Washington) ADIZ and National Security Areas are the most pilot aggra-
vating topics in general aviation today. Comments range from a polite “We don’t like the restrictions” to “These
TFR’s and the FAA’s Gestapo enforcement tactics are ruining general aviation in America”. Unfortunately, We
don’t see it getting any better. There is no question that awareness, education and a simple “How to flight appli-
cation package” is not only needed but required to reduce violations.




#146 “PLANE TIME” (recorded Sep 17, 2005)
PTS 05091701 Monday Oct 17, 2005 11:00 AM Eastern
“Plane Time” is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program
Manager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane
Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to spike
your interest or possibly save your life.

The guests for the October 17th, 2005 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Stu-
dios will cover discussions of TFR’s, (Washington) ADIZ and National Security Areas are the most pilot aggra-
vating topics in general aviation today. Comments range from a polite “We don’t like the restrictions” to “These
TFR’s and the FAA’s Gestapo enforcement tactics are ruining general aviation in America”. Unfortunately, We
don’t see it getting any better. There is no question that awareness, education and a simple “How to flight appli-
cation package” is not only needed but required to reduce violations.




#147 Safer Skies Volume 1.1 – Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM) - Kochan
FAASP0301 Monday Oct 24, 2005 at 11:00 AM Eastern
Learn about six major topics in the FAA’s Safer Skies initiative starting with this broadcast on Aeronautical Deci-
sion Making (ADM). This program cover the dynamics of decision making including human decision making
limitations/ influences, types of human errors and the introduction of the Perceive, Process, Perform & Evaluate
model. This program features Janeen Kochan, with introduction by Ralph Hood. Janeen Kochan was an airline
captain/instructor pilot for Airborne Express, Inc., serving on the Boeing 767. Janeen was based in Wilmington,
Ohio, where she was responsible for the development and implementation of Crew Resource Management and
Instructor Training Programs. She also instructs in J-3 and many other General Aviation aircraft. Because of her
efforts and abilities, Janeen was recently selected as Flight Instructor of the Year for the Orlando Flight Stan-
dards District Office.
#148 Safer Skies Volume 1.1 – Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM) - Kochan
FAASP0301 Monday Nov 7, 2005 at 11:00 AM Eastern
Learn about six major topics in the FAA’s Safer Skies initiative starting with this broadcast on Aeronautical Deci-
sion Making (ADM). This program cover the dynamics of decision making including human decision making
limitations/ influences, types of human errors and the introduction of the Perceive, Process, Perform & Evaluate
model. This program features Janeen Kochan, with introduction by Ralph Hood. Janeen Kochan was an airline
captain/instructor pilot for Airborne Express, Inc., serving on the Boeing 767. Janeen was based in Wilmington,
Ohio, where she was responsible for the development and implementation of Crew Resource Management and
Instructor Training Programs. She also instructs in J-3 and many other General Aviation aircraft. Because of her
efforts and abilities, Janeen was recently selected as Flight Instructor of the Year for the Orlando Flight Stan-
dards District Office.




#149 Safer Skies Volume 1.2 – Weather - Brady
FAASP0403 Monday Nov 14, 2005 at 11:00 AM Eastern
Learn about six major topics in the FAA’s Safer Skies initiative. This broadcast will feature Steve Brady and
will cover Weather. Steve Brady, Orlando FAA FSDO Inspector, will be introduction by aviation humorist Ralph
Hood. The broadcast also includes contributions by Dr Chris Hebster of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
and Ed Leonard of the St. Petersburg, Florida Automated Flight Service Station.




#150 Safer Skies Volume 1.2 – Weather - Brady
FAASP0403 Monday Nov 21, 2005 at 11:00 AM Eastern
Learn about six major topics in the FAA’s Safer Skies initiative. This broadcast will feature Steve Brady and
will cover Weather. Steve Brady, Orlando FAA FSDO Inspector, will be introduction by aviation humorist Ralph
Hood. The broadcast also includes contributions by Dr Chris Hebster of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
and Ed Leonard of the St. Petersburg, Florida Automated Flight Service Station.




#151 “PLANE TIME” (recorded Nov 12, 2005)
PTS 05111201 Monday Dec 5, 2005 at 11:00 AM Eastern
“Plane Time” is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program
Manager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane
Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to spike
your interest or possibly save your life.

The guest for the Dec 5th, 2005 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios will
be Bryan Finnigan with PAMA. Our guests are professional and informative. The program guest list could change
due to their busy schedules. It’s all safety and its all “Plane Time”!
#152 “PLANE TIME” (recorded Nov 12, 2005)
PTS 05111201 Monday Dec 12, 2005 at 11:00 AM Eastern
“Plane Time” is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program
Manager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane
Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to spike
your interest or possibly save your life.

The guest for the Dec 12th, 2005 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios will
be Bryan Finnigan with PAMA. Our guests are professional and informative. The program guest list could change
due to their busy schedules. It’s all safety and its all “Plane Time”!




#153 “MASTER PILOT AWARDS” (recorded Dec 17, 2005)
MPA 05121701 Monday Dec 19, 2005 at 11:00 AM Eastern
The Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award is a new, nationally sanctioned FAA award for active senior pilots. The
award is named for Orville & Wilbur Wright, and recognizes a lifetime of safe flying for pilots who have been
active for at least 50 years and who also meet strict eligibility requirements. The Wright brothers first flew their
frail craft, the Flyer, on December 17, 1903 at Kitty Hawk, NC. The Wright Brothers Master Pilot award cer-
emony marks the 102ND anniversary of that monumental event. Each recipient will be presented a certificate
signed by FAA Administrator Marion Blakey, and a special lapel pin identifying their special achievement. Addi-
tionally, each will have his or her name inscribed in the Roll of Honor at the FAA headquarters in Washington,
DC.




#154 “MASTER PILOT AWARDS” (recorded Dec 17, 2005)
MPA 05121701 Monday Dec 19, 2005 at 11:00 AM Eastern
The Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award is a new, nationally sanctioned FAA award for active senior pilots. The
award is named for Orville & Wilbur Wright, and recognizes a lifetime of safe flying for pilots who have been
active for at least 50 years and who also meet strict eligibility requirements. The Wright brothers first flew their
frail craft, the Flyer, on December 17, 1903 at Kitty Hawk, NC. The Wright Brothers Master Pilot award cer-
emony marks the 102ND anniversary of that monumental event. Each recipient will be presented a certificate
signed by FAA Administrator Marion Blakey, and a special lapel pin identifying their special achievement. Addi-
tionally, each will have his or her name inscribed in the Roll of Honor at the FAA headquarters in Washington,
DC.




#155 “CFI Workshop”- New Technology Aircraft (recorded May 7th 2005)
CFI 05050703 Monday Jan 23, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern
Mr. Larry Enlow, lead inspector for the Orlando Flight Instructor Special Emphasis Team hosted the 2005
Flight Instructor Workshop for the Florida Flight Instructors Association. The FAA’s Orlando Flight Standards
District Office (FSDO) CFI Team provided updates on the latest in pilot certification. A highlight of the work-
shop is this presentation by Mark Griffin, Orlando DPE, on conducting practical test in advanced technology
aircraft. If you are a pilot or Flight Instructor, you don’t want to miss this presentation.
#156 “CFI Workshop”- New Technology Aircraft (recorded May 7th 2005)
CFI 05050703 Monday Feb 06, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern
Mr. Larry Enlow, lead inspector for the Orlando Flight Instructor Special Emphasis Team hosted the 2005
Flight Instructor Workshop for the Florida Flight Instructors Association. The FAA’s Orlando Flight Standards
District Office (FSDO) CFI Team provided updates on the latest in pilot certification. A highlight of the work-
shop is this presentation by Mark Griffin, Orlando DPE, on conducting practical test in advanced technology
aircraft. If you are a pilot or Flight Instructor, you don’t want to miss this presentation




#157 “Intercept Procedures”- Major Morton (recorded Apr 12th 2005)
SUN 05041203 Monday Feb 13, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Major Morton, the Chief of Plans and Programs for the Southeast Air Defense Sector, the organization
responsible for air sovereignty in the southeast region of the United States, provides insight into the North
American Aerospace Defense Command’s (NORAD) mission. Responsible for protecting the airspace of two
vast countries, NORAD’s area of responsibility stretches from Clear, Alaska, to the Florida Keys, and from St.
John’s Newfoundland, to San Diego, Calif. Major Morton is a fighter officer for the Southeast battle staff com-
mander and an F-15C instructor pilot with 1500 flying hours in the F-15. He is an avid general aviation enthusi-
ast. Major Morton has attended numerous air shows with F-15C static display aircraft throughout his Air Force
and Air National Guard career. He earned his airline transport pilot certificate in 2001 and flies single and twin
engine Cessna on a regular basis. This discussion will include aircraft operations within the Air Defense
Identification Zone (ADIZ) and Security Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR). This is the one presentation
you will not want to miss. Learn the requirements when crossing the ADIZ and how to avoid violating TFRs.
Major Morton shares information on ADIZ crossings, TFR violations, and what is expected of aircraft being
intercepted by air defense fighters.




#158 “Intercept Procedures”- Major Morton (recorded Apr 12th 2005)
SUN 05041203 Monday Feb 27, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Major Morton, the Chief of Plans and Programs for the Southeast Air Defense Sector, the organization
responsible for air sovereignty in the southeast region of the United States, provides insight into the North
American Aerospace Defense Command’s (NORAD) mission. Responsible for protecting the airspace of two
vast countries, NORAD’s area of responsibility stretches from Clear, Alaska, to the Florida Keys, and from St.
John’s Newfoundland, to San Diego, Calif. Major Morton is a fighter officer for the Southeast battle staff com-
mander and an F-15C instructor pilot with 1500 flying hours in the F-15. He is an avid general aviation enthusi-
ast. Major Morton has attended numerous air shows with F-15C static display aircraft throughout his Air Force
and Air National Guard career. He earned his airline transport pilot certificate in 2001 and flies single and twin
engine Cessna on a regular basis. This discussion will include aircraft operations within the Air Defense
Identification Zone (ADIZ) and Security Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR). This is the one presentation
you will not want to miss. Learn the requirements when crossing the ADIZ and how to avoid violating TFRs.
Major Morton shares information on ADIZ crossings, TFR violations, and what is expected of aircraft being
intercepted by air defense fighters.
#159 “Seaplane Seminar”- (recorded Apr 12th 2005)
SEA 060204XX Monday Mar 06, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern
Twelfth Annual Seaplane Safety Seminar .. Learn about subjects such as: Understanding the Lake Amphib-
ian , Seaplane Maintenance & Corrosion Control, X-Country on Straight Floats, the FAA Seawings Program,
and much more.




#160 “Seaplane Seminar”- (recorded Apr 12th 2005)
SEA 060204XX Monday Mar 13, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern
Twelfth Annual Seaplane Safety Seminar .. Learn about subjects such as: Understanding the Lake Amphib-
ian , Seaplane Maintenance & Corrosion Control, X-Country on Straight Floats, the FAA Seawings Program,
and much more.




#161 “VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2006 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In”
SUN SPECIAL Monday Mar 20 20065 at 1100 AM Eastern

Success is never possible without advanced planning and support. Your advance planning and support
for Sun ‘n Fun 2006 will make the event successful. The video VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2006
Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In is a supplement to the official NOTAM. It can be used as a short stand-alone pro-
gram (aprox. 20 minutes) or to supplement another program. Please try to use it at your local seminars
whenever possible. Look for updates at web site www.faaproductionstudios.com or www.faasafety.gov.



#162 “I A Refresher Course”
Live Broadcast
IAR 060323XX Wed Mar 22, 2006 at 1100 Eastern

This will be a live broadcast from the FAA Safety Center and Production Studios in Lakeland, Florida during the
annual IA Refresher Course. Tune in to this informative and controversial presentation on airworthiness issues
from leading guest speakers that are National Resources for airworthiness. This will be a a powerful message
delivered with vigor and enthusiasm not for the weak of heart or less than aircraft mechanic. We will encourage
compliance and reward you with accolades for good and proper maintenance.




#163 “PLANE TIME” (recorded Mar 11, 2006)
PTS 06031101 Monday Apr 3, 2006 at 11:00 AM Eastern
“Plane Time” is an important part of the “FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series”. The show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program
Manager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane
Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to spike
your interest or possibly save your life.

The guests for the Dec 7, 2005 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios are
still “in the cue”. Our guests are professional and informative. The program guest list could change due to their
busy schedules. It’s all safety and its all “Plane Time”!
                                    Broadcast Data FY 2005

#105 “PLANE TIME” (recorded Sep 18, 2004)
PTS 04091801 Mon Oct 04,2004 at 1100 Eastern

“Plane Time” was officially added to the Broadcast Series in the FY 2004 line up. The show, “Plane Time”,
offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program Man-
ager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane Time”.
The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to spike your
interest or possibly save your life.

The guests for the Oct 4 ‘04 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios are
still “in the cue”. Our guests are professional and informative. The line up will be the “Sport Pilot / Light Sport
Aircraft Experts”: Sue Gardner, Les Sargent, Scott Sedgwick, and Martin Weaver. The program guest list could
change due to their busy schedules. Tune in to “Plane Time” to see the group discuss the rule that throws open
a new door to experience aviation. This rule covers pilot certification, medical standards, flight instruction and
instructor certification, aircraft certification aircraft production, aircraft maintenance and repairman certification.
Tune in and hear from the experts so you can be prepared to work with the new SP/LAS programs. It’s all safety
and its all “Plane Time”!




#106 “PLANE TIME” (recorded Sep 18, 2004)
PTS 04091801 Mon Oct 18,2004 at 1100 Eastern

“Plane Time” was officially added to the Broadcast Series in the FY 2004 line up. The show, “Plane Time”, offers
aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program Manager and
Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane Time”. The edu-
cation format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to spike your interest
or possibly save your life.

The guests for the Oct 18 ‘04 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios are
still “in the cue”. Our guests are professional and informative. The line up will be the “Sport Pilot / Light Sport
Aircraft Experts”: Sue Gardner, Les Sargent, Scott Sedgwick, and Martin Weaver. The program guest list could
change due to their busy schedules. Tune in to “Plane Time” to see the group discuss the rule that throws open
a new door to experience aviation. This rule covers pilot certification, medical standards, flight instruction and
instructor certification, aircraft certification aircraft production, aircraft maintenance and repairman certification.
Tune in and hear from the experts so you can be prepared to work with the new SP/LAS programs. It’s all safety
and its all “Plane Time”!




#107 “Controlled Flight Into Terrain
CAS 04081402          Mon Oct 18, 2004 at 1100 Eastern

Mr. Dan Cilli with the office of Runway Safety in Atlanta Georgia will address Controlled Flight into Terrain. CFIT is one
of the Administrators “Safer Skies Agenda” subjects due to the deadly nature of this type accident. Just when you think
everything is fine… Stop! What’s Wrong… Don’t miss this important look at CFIT.




#108 “Spin Seminar” (replay)
SPN 041009XX Mon Nov 01, 2004 at 1100 Eastern

Do you think you can’t be spun inverted, Think again! How does a pilot respond to spinning upside down? How
you can use the stall spin recovery in a vortex. We will answer that and many other questions for you. Do miss
important presentation.
#109 “Aeronautical Decision Making – Hazardous Attitudes”
CAS 04081401       Mon Nov 15, 2004 at 1100 Eastern

Whether you are flying a Jet or a J-3 Cub, you need to see this “Aeronautical Decision Making” presentation
on “Hazardous Attitudes”. Learn that you are not alone in the cockpit. You always have help. Do you know
how to obtain help? How would you ask for it? When would you ask for it? Join Master Flight Instructor Tom
Evans and learn the answers to these and many more questions about Hazardous Attitudes.




#110 “PLANE TIME”                (recorded Nov 13, 2004)
PTS 04111301 Mon Nov 22, 2004 at 1100 Eastern

“Plane Time” was officially added to the Broadcast Series in the FY 2004 line up. The show, “Plane Time”,
offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program Man-
ager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane Time”.
The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to spike your
interest or possibly save your life.

The guest for the Nov 22nd 2004 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios
is the honorable John J. Goglia, former board member of the National Transportation Safety Board and only
board member to hold an FAA mechanic rating. Mr. Goglia received the National AMT of the year award in 1994
and continues to be a true safety advocate from the ground up. Join Ben Coleman, your host for Plane Time, as
he develops the more personal side of John Goglia and where he sees the future of aviation safety. It’s all safety
and its all “Plane Time”!




#111 “PLANE TIME” (recorded Nov 13, 2004)
PTS 04111301 Mon Dec 06, 2004 at 1100 Eastern

“Plane Time” was officially added to the Broadcast Series in the FY 2004 line up. The show, “Plane Time”,
offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program Man-
ager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane Time”.
The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to spike your
interest or possibly save your life.

The guest for the Nov 22nd 2004 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios
is the honorable John J. Goglia, former board member of the National Transportation Safety Board and only
board member to hold an FAA mechanic rating. Mr. Goglia received the National AMT of the year award in 1994
and continues to be a true safety advocate from the ground up. Join Ben Coleman, your host for Plane Time, as
he develops the more personal side of John Goglia and where he sees the future of aviation safety. It’s all safety
and its all “Plane Time”!
#112 “Uncontained Engine Failure – Turbine Engines 101”
WNT 04110601       Mon Dec 13, 2004 at 1100 Eastern

Uncontained Engine Failure deals with the concerns about the overall condition of aircraft in the industry
by looking at several situations that “went wrong” because corners were cut or procedures were missed from
the perspective of the NTSB investigator and the FAA inspector. Join us and learn some of the warning signs
that could indicate trouble ahead. This presentation can help you to become enlightened as a pilot or aircraft
owner/operator. Join Mike Klasing, Pratt & Whitney Overhaul facility manager as he looks at another one of the
Administrator’s Safer Skies agenda items.




#113 “101 Anniversary of Flight” Master Pilot Award (Live Broadcast)
MPA 04121701 Fri Dec 17, 2004 at 11:00 Eastern

The Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award is a new FAA-sanctioned pilot lifetime achievement award. Only a very
special few pilots can qualify. Safe operations over a 50-year period are just the entry point for eligibility tohold
this prestigious award. Join us on the 101st anniversary of powered flight as keynote speaker Phil Boyer, presi-
dent of AOPA, addresses a forum highlighting the lives of 5 deserving Master Pilots. Hear about current issues
affecting General Aviation from one of the industry’s most dynamic speakers, as well as the stories and insights
into what it took to succeed in aviation over the long term. This forum will entertain and enlighten!



#114 “101 Anniversary of Flight” Master Pilot Award (recorded Dec. 17, 2004)
MPA 04121701 Mon Jan 3, 2005at 11:00 Eastern


The Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award is a new FAA-sanctioned pilot lifetime achievement award. Only a very
special few pilots can qualify. Safe operations over a 50-year period are just the entry point for eligibility tohold
this prestigious award. Join us on the 101st anniversary of powered flight as keynote speaker Phil Boyer, presi-
dent of AOPA, addresses a forum highlighting the lives of 5 deserving Master Pilots. Hear about current issues
affecting General Aviation from one of the industry’s most dynamic speakers, as well as the stories and insights
into what it took to succeed in aviation over the long term. This forum will entertain and enlighten!




#115 “Runway Safety Program”
XXX         Mon Jan 24, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

Understanding Runway Safety in the Orlando area is extreamly important due to the entensive training con-
ducted in the area. We produce about 20% of all the US airmen certificates in the State of Florida. Do you know
everything about the “Runway Safety Program”? Folks from all parts of Florida, Southern Region, and around
the country have worked to present quality Runway Safety presentation at the FAA Production Studios.

James Ballough, Director, Flight Standards Service, recently encouraged flight instructors to “bring risk manage-
ment, aeronautical decision-making, situational awareness and single-pilot resource management to training
exercises.” What do you foresee this looking like in your training plan? Dan Cilli of the Runway Safety Program
Office in Atlanta will provide a few tips for implementing this structure at the point where all flights commence and
terminate: the runway surface of the airport. Don’t miss this one.
#116 “Designated Pilot Examiner Meeting”
Live Broadcast
DPE 050126XX Wed Jan 26, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

Mr. Larry Enlow, lead inspector for the Orlando Fllight Instructor Special Emphasis Team will host this year’s
Designated Pilot Examiner meeting. The FAA’s Orlando Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) CFI Team
will provide updates on the latest in pilot certification. A highlight will be a presentation by Mark Griffin, Orlando
DPE, on conducting practical test in advanced technology aircraft. The Designated Pilot Examiner at FAA
Safety Center in Lakeland is for DPEs only, however, this 1 hour portion will be broadcast throughout Florida
and the United States. You don’t want to miss this presentation.




#117 “Designated Pilot Examiner Meeting” (Replay)
DPE 050126XX Mon Feb 07, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

Mr. Larry Enlow, lead inspector for the Orlando Fllight Instructor Special Emphasis Team will host this year’s
Designated Pilot Examiner meeting. The FAA’s Orlando Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) CFI Team
will provide updates on the latest in pilot certification. A highlight will be a presentation by Mark Griffin, Orlando
DPE, on conducting practical test in advanced technology aircraft. The Designated Pilot Examiner at FAA
Safety Center in Lakeland is for DPEs only, however, this 1 hour portion will be broadcast throughout Florida
and the United States. You don’t want to miss this presentation.




#118 “Runway Safety Program” (Replay)
05011501 Mon Feb 14, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

Understanding Runway Safety in the Orlando area is extreamly important due to the entensive training con-
ducted in the area. We produce about 20% of all the US airmen certificates in the State of Florida. Do you know
everything about the “Runway Safety Program”? Folks from all parts of Florida, Southern Region, and around
the country have worked to present quality Runway Safety presentation at the FAA Production Studios.

James Ballough, Director, Flight Standards Service, recently encouraged flight instructors to “bring risk manage-
ment, aeronautical decision-making, situational awareness and single-pilot resource management to training
exercises.” What do you foresee this looking like in your training plan? Dan Cilli of the Runway Safety Program
Office in Atlanta will provide a few tips for implementing this structure at the point where all flights commence and
terminate: the runway surface of the airport. Don’t miss this one.
#119 “Uncontained Engine Failure – Turbine Engines 101”
WNT 04110601       Mon, Feb 28 at 1100 Eastern

Uncontained Engine Failure deals with the concerns about the overall condition of aircraft in the industry
by looking at several situations that “went wrong” because corners were cut or procedures were missed from
the perspective of the NTSB investigator and the FAA inspector. Join us and learn some of the warning signs
that could indicate trouble ahead. This presentation can help you to become enlightened as a pilot or aircraft
owner/operator. Join Mike Klasing, Pratt & Whitney Overhaul facility manager as he looks at another one of the
Administrator’s Safer Skies agenda items. This presentation can help you to become enlightened as a pilot or
aircraft owner/operator




#120 “Seaplane Seminar”
SEA 050205XX Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

Join Jon Brown at the Eleventh Annual Seaplane Safety Seminar at the FAA Production Studios in Lakeland,
Florida. This is always an interesting and entertaining seminar. Learn how to read the wind and water. Learn
many useful skills that can be applied to any type of flying.




#121 “Seaplane Seminar” (Replay)
SEA 050205XX Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

Join Jon Brown at the Eleventh Annual Seaplane Safety Seminar at the FAA Production Studios in Lakeland,
Florida. This is always an interesting and entertaining seminar. Learn how to read the wind and water. Learn
many useful skills that can be applied to any type of flying.




#122 “VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2005 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In”
SUN SPECIAL Mon Mar 21, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

Success is never possible without advanced planning and support. Your advance planning and support for
Sun ‘n Fun 2005 will make the event successful. The video VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2005 Sun ‘n Fun
Fly-In is a supplement to the official NOTAM. It can be used as a short stand alone program (aprox. 20 min-
utes) or to supplement another program. Please try to use it at your local seminars whenever possible. Look
for updates on our ATN/ESP broadcast and on our web site at www.faa.gov/fsdo/orl .
#123 “I A Refresher Course”
Live Broadcast
IAR 050323XX Wed Mar 23, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

Bill is Back! Bill O’Brien that is. This will be a live broadcast from the FAA Safety Center and Production Studios
in Lakeland, Florida during the annual IA Refresher Course. Tune in to this informative and controversial pre-
sentation on airworthiness issues from Mr. Bill O’Brien, FAA National Resource for airworthiness from National
FAA HQ. Bill has a powerful message delivered with vigor and enthusiasm not for the weak of heart or less than
aircraft mechanic. He will intimidate you into compliance and reward you with accolades for good and proper
maintenance.




#124 “VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2005 Sun ‘ Fun Fly-In”
SUN SPECIAL Mon Apr 4, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

Success is never possible without advanced planning and support. Your advance planning and support for Sun
‘n Fun 2005 will make the event successful. The video VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2005 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In
is a supplement to the official NOTAM. It can be used as a short stand alone program (aprox. 20 minutes) or to
supplement another program. Please try to use it at your local seminars whenever possible. Look for updates
on our ATN/ESP broadcast and on our web site at www.faa.gov/fsdo/orl .




#125 “PLANE TIME –               (recorded March 12th 2005)
PTS 05031201 Mon Apr 11, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

“Plane Time” was officially added to the Broadcast Series in the FY 2004 line up. The show, “Plane Time”,
offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program Man-
ager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane Time”.
The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to spike your
interest or possibly save your life.

The guests for the April 11, 2005 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios
is Kermit Weeks owner and operator of Fantasy of Flight, the world’s largest aviation attraction. Our guests are
professional and informative. The program guest changes due to their busy schedules. Tune in to “Plane Time”
to see Patty Wagstaff talking about her flight safety program. It could be Bob Hoover explaining his performance
personal minimums in the famous Shrike Commander. You could hear from Bob Davis or Will Swank discussing
the latest in technology to prevent runway incursions. It’s all safety and its all “Plane Time”!




#126 “Sun ‘n Fun”
Live Broadcast
SUN 05041203 Tue Apr 12, 2005 at 1130 Eastern
Janeen Kochan, is an airline captain/instructor pilot for Airborne Express, Inc., serving on the Boeing 767.
Janeen is based in Wilmington, Ohio, where she’s responsible for the development and implementation of
Crew Resource Management and Instructor Training Programs. She also instructs in J-3 and many other Gen-
eral Aviation aircraft. Because of her efforts and abilities, Janeen was recently selected as Flight Instructor of
the Year for the Orlando Flight Standards District Office. Janeen will be presenting “Losing Control of a Per-
fectly Good Airplane” at Sun ‘n Fun 2005. Janeen will provide a very educational and entertaining presentation
on ways you as a General Aviation pilot can improve your skills. You don’t want to miss this presentation.
#127 “Sun ‘n Fun”
Live Broadcast
SUN 05041303 Wed Apr 13, 2005 at 1130 Eastern
Martin Weaver will address Sport Pilot Instructor Privileges & Limitations at the FAA Forums during Sun ‘n Fun
2005. Martin is very professional and informative.. Martin will discuss the rule that throws open a new door to
experience aviation. This rule covers pilot certification, medical standards, flight instruction and instructor certi-
fication, aircraft certification aircraft production, aircraft maintenance and repairman certification.




#128 “Sun ‘n Fun”
Live Broadcast
SUN 05041403 Thu Apr 14, 2005 at 1130 Eastern
The Kings on Practical Risk Management. John and Martha King are known for their unique ability to blend
humor with real-world experience, gleaned from years of traveling by light plane to weekly seminars. After
having had an aircraft accident of their own, and discovering their own sense of vulnerability, John and Martha
say they have become “born again pilots”. Having had a hand in the aviation education of nearly half of the
nation’s pilots in the last two and a half decades, the Kings feel a deep responsibility towards their students
and a strong sense of mission about passing on these practical and insightful tools for risk management.




#129 “Sun ‘n Fun”
Live Broadcast - Part 1
SUN 05041503 Fri Apr 15, 2005 at 1130 Eastern

Bruce Landsberg, President of the AOPA Air Safety Foundation will the presenter for the Friday April 15, 2005
live broadcast at 11:30.



#129 “Sun ‘n Fun”
Live Broadcast - Part 2
SUN 05041504 Fri Apr 15, 2005 at 1300 Eastern

Each year top FAA management personnel travel from their offices in Washington, D.C. to Lakeland, Florida, to discuss
ongoing FAA policy. Meeting the public whom they work tirelessly to protect and serve allows them to address current
policy issues in an informal environment. Don’t miss this important broadcast.




#130 “Sun ‘n Fun Finale”
Live Broadcast
SUN 05041803 Mon Apr 18 at 1130 Eastern

Enjoy the final ‘wrap-up’ of the 31st Annual Sun ‘n Fun festivities and events recorded “live” from the FAA Safety
Center and Production Studio. Join host Ben Coleman and guest, Sun N’ Fun Flight Standards Office Coordina-
tor and others, as they reflect on the week of aviation and public activities. The “Finale” is a light-hearted, yet
sincere, presentation that boasts many accomplishments throughout the convention with video clips of highlights
and interviews with industry icons and “airshow” performers.
#131 “Sun ‘n Fun Finale” (Replay)
SUN 05041803 Mon May 02 at 1130 Eastern

Enjoy the final ‘wrap-up’ of the 31st Annual Sun ‘n Fun festivities and events recorded “live” from the FAA Safety
Center and Production Studio. Join host Ben Coleman and guest, Sun N’ Fun Flight Standards Office Coordina-
tor and others, as they reflect on the week of aviation and public activities. The “Finale” is a light-hearted, yet
sincere, presentation that boasts many accomplishments throughout the convention with video clips of highlights
and interviews with industry icons and “airshow” performers.




#132 “Accident Investigation 106”
Live Broadcast
ACC 050513XX Fri May 13 at 1100 Eastern

Join FSDO-15 accident investigation authority Ben Coleman and his cast of accident investigation professionals
to explore and share vital information for officials and first responders to aircraft accident scenes. ……….

When things go wrong on a flight, the professional approach to the investigation is paramount in the efforts of
prevention. Accident Investigation is the FAA’s highest priority in the attempt to reduce accidental mishaps that
risk life and limb. Don’t miss this informative broadcast.




#133 “Accident Investigation 106” (Replay)
ACC 050513XX Mon, May 16 at 1100 Eastern

Join FSDO-15 accident investigation authority Ben Coleman and his cast of accident investigation professionals
to explore and share vital information for officials and first responders to aircraft accident scenes. ……….

When things go wrong on a flight, the professional approach to the investigation is paramount in the efforts of
prevention. Accident Investigation is the FAA’s highest priority in the attempt to reduce accidental mishaps that
risk life and limb. Don’t miss this informative broadcast.




#134 “Plane Time” (Recorded March 12, 2005)
PTS 05031201      Mon, Jun 06, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

“Plane Time” was officially added to the Broadcast Series in the FY 2004 line up. The show, “Plane Time”,
offers aviation safety training with a twist….in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety Program Man-
ager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of “Plane Time”.
The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed to spike your
interest or possibly save your life.

The guest for the April 11, 2005 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios is
Kermit Weeks owner and operator Fantasy of Flight, the world largest aviation attraction. Our guests are pro-
fessional and informative. The program guest changes due to their busy schedules. Tune in to “Plane Time”
to see Patty Wagstaff talking about her flight safety program. It could be Bob Hoover explaining his performance
personal minimums in the famous Shrike Commander. You could hear from Bob Davis or Will Swank discussing
the latest in technology to prevent runway incursions. It’s all safety and its all “Plane Time”!
#135 “ Sun ‘n Fun Broadcast” (Recorded April 12, 2005)
SUN 05041203       Mon, Jun 13,2005 at 1100 Eastern

Janeen Kochan, is an airline captain/instructor pilot for Airborne Express, Inc., serving on the Boeing 767.
Janeen is based in Wilmington, Ohio, where she’s responsible for the development and implementation of
Crew Resource Management and Instructor Training Programs. She also instructs in J-3 and many other Gen-
eral Aviation aircraft. Because of her efforts and abilities, Janeen was recently selected as Flight Instructor of
the Year for the Orlando Flight Standards District Office. Janeen will be presenting “Losing Control of a Per-
fectly Good Airplane” at Sun ‘n Fun 2005. Janeen will provide a very educational and entertaining presentation
on ways you as a General Aviation pilot can improve your skills. You don’t want to miss this presentation.




#136 “CFI Workshop” - New Technology (Recorded May 7, 2005)
CFI 05050703      Mon, Jun 20, 2005 at 1100 Eastern
Mr. Larry Enlow, lead inspector for the Orlando Flight Instructor Special Emphasis Team will host this year’s
Flight Instructor Workshop. The FAA’s Orlando Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) CFI Team will pro-
vide updates on the latest in pilot certification. A highlight will be a presentation by Mark Griffin, Orlando DPE,
on conducting practical test in advanced technology aircraft. This 1 hour portion of the Flight Instructor Work-
shop will be broadcast throughout Florida and the United States. You don’t want to miss this presentation.




#137 “Sun ‘n Fun” - Sport Pilot (Recorded April 13, 2005)
SUN 05041303 Mon, Jul 11, 2005 at 1100 Eastern
Martin Weaver will address Sport Pilot Instructor Privileges & Limitations at the FAA Forums during Sun ‘n Fun
2005. Martin is very professional and informative.. Martin will discuss the rule that throws open a new door to
experience aviation. This rule covers pilot certification, medical standards, flight instruction and instructor certi-
fication, aircraft certification aircraft production, aircraft maintenance and repairman certification.




#138 “Sun ‘n Fun” - Flying the Islands of the Bahamas (Recorded April 17, 2005)
SUN 05041701 Mon Jul 18, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

Flying in and out of the Bahamas is not a not a mystery. Join Greg Rolle, Chief Aviation Specialist for Bahamas
Ministry Of Tourism, and get all the answers. Greg shares information that will help you avoid problems and have
fun while visiting the the Bahamas.
#139 “Sun ‘n Fun”- Practical Risk Management - Kings (Recorded April 14, 2005)
SUN 05041403      Mon, Jul 25, 2005 at 1100 Eastern
The Kings on Practical Risk Management. John and Martha King are known for their unique ability to blend
humor with real-world experience, gleaned from years of traveling by light plane to weekly seminars. After
having had an aircraft accident of their own, and discovering their own sense of vulnerability, John and Martha
say they have become “born again pilots”. Having had a hand in the aviation education of nearly half of the
nation’s pilots in the last two and a half decades, the Kings feel a deep responsibility towards their students
and a strong sense of mission about passing on these practical and insightful tools for risk management.




#140 “Charles Taylor Awards” (Recorded July 13, 1005)
CAT 05071301 Mon, Aug 01, 2005 at 1100 Eastern




#141 “Sun ‘n Fun”- Flying the Islands of the Bahamas (Recorded April 17, 2005)
SUN 05041701      Mon, Aug 15, 2005 at 1100 Eastern

Flying in and out of the Bahamas is not a not a mystery. Join Greg Rolle, Chief Aviation Specialist for Bahamas
Ministry Of Tourism, and get all the answers. Greg shares information that will help you avoid problems and have
fun while visiting the the Bahamas.




#142 “Corporate Seminar” (Aug 13 show)
CAS 050813XX        Mon Aug 22, 2005 at 1100 Eastern




#143 “Corporate Seminar” (Aug 13 show - replay)
CAS 050813XX       Mon Sep 12, 2005 at 1100 Eastern




#144 “                           “ (TBA)
 XXX              Mon Sep 19, 2005 at 1100 Eastern
                            Broadcast Data FY 2004



“PLANE TIME - System Safety”
PTS 03092001 Mon Oct 06 at 1100 Eastern

The FAA Safety Center & Production Studios has a new show in the FY 2004 line up. The new show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a new twist …. in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety
Program Manager and Airworthiness Inspector, from the Orlando Flight Standards District Office, is the host of
“Plane Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotables” on a variety of topics guaranteed
to spike your interest or possibly save your life.

The guest for this Oct 6 ‘03 broadcast of “Plane Time” from the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios is Mr.
Jerry Dennis, Executive Director of the Medallion Foundation, Anchorage, Alaska, and Mr. Joseph F. Souza,
Course Manager for System Safety from the FAA Academy, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Ben and his guests will
be discussing the System Safety approach to accident prevention and how the Medallion Foundation and the
FAA are playing important roles in this new emphasis on hazard and risk management.




“Controlled Flight Into Terrain
CAS 02081001 Mon Oct 20 at 1100 Eastern

Mr. John Malecki was one of three flight instructors at Flight Safety International who is qualified to train US
Customs Service Pilots who specialize in chasing suspected drug smugglers. His aviation career spans 38 years
in both military and civilian experience. He was a recipient of the “Top Gun” award as a Naval Aviator in the US
Marine Corps. John specialized in training in turbo-prop type specific aircraft. He served as a volunteer Aviation
Safety Counselor in the Orlando and Tampa FAA Flight Standards districts. John was an ASC Staff member,
Production Crew Member, and member of the Aviation Speakers Bureau.

In this presentation, Mr. Malecki addresses the incipient accident of “Controlled Flight Into Terrain”. Just when
you think everything is fine …. Stop! What’s Wrong? Don’t miss this wake-up call! This video is dedicated to the
memory of John Malecki.




“Spin Seminar”
SPN 031011XX Mon Oct 27

Do you think you can’t be spun inverted, Think again! How does a pilot respond to spinning upside down? How
you can use the stall spin recovery in a vortex. We will answer that and many other questions for you. Do miss
important presentation.




“Spin Seminar” (replay)
SPN 031011XX Mon Nov 03 at 1100 Eastern

Do you think you can’t be spun inverted, Think again! How does a pilot respond to spinning upside down? How
you can use the stall spin recovery in a vortex. We will answer that and many other questions for you. Do miss
important presentation.
“Aeronautical Decision Making”
APP 02090701 Mon Nov 17 at 1100 Eastern

Ms. Janeen Kochan is an airline captain/instructor pilot for Airborne Express, Inc., serving on the Boeing 767.
Janeen is based in Wilmington, Ohio, where she is responsible for the development and implementation of Crew
Resource Management and Instructor Training Programs. She also instructs in a J-3 Cub and many other Gen-
eral Aviation aircraft. Because of her efforts and abilities, Janeen was recently selected as Flight Instructor of
the Year for the Orlando Flight Standards District Office. Janeen will provide a very educational and entertaining
presentation on ways you as a General Aviation pilot can improve your efficiency through the use of more effec-
tive individual ADM.

Whether you are flying a J-3 Cub or a Boeing 767, you need to see “Aeronautical Decision Making”. Janeen
Kochan explains that you are not alone in the cockpit. You always have help. Do you know how to obtain help?
How would you ask for it? When would you ask for it?




“Wings ‘n Things - Plane Time - Runway Safety” (Nov 08, 2003)
WNT 031108XX Mon Nov 24 at 1100 Eastern

The FAA Safety Center & Production Studios has a new show in the FY 2004 line up. The new show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a new twist ….. in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety
Program Manager and Airworthiness Inspector for the Orlando Flight Standards District Office is the host of
“Plane Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotable” on a variety of topics guaranteed
to spike your interest or possibly save your life. Join Ben Coleman and his guest at “Plane Time”.

The special guest for this show are: Mr. Bill Davis, Director, Office of Runway Safety, Washington, D.C. , Mr. Dan
Cili, Office of Runway Safety Southern Region Office, Atlanta, Georgia, and Mr. Ralph Hicks, Manager of Safety,
Delta Airlines, Atlanta, Georgia.




“Wings ‘n Things - Plane Time - Runway Safety” (Nov 08, 2003)
WNT 031108XX Mon Dec 01 at 1100 Eastern

The FAA Safety Center & Production Studios has a new show in the FY 2004 line up. The new show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a new twist ….. in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety
Program Manager and Airworthiness Inspector for the Orlando Flight Standards District Office is the host of
“Plane Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotable” on a variety of topics guaranteed
to spike your interest or possibly save your life. Join Ben Coleman and his guest at “Plane Time”.

The special guest for this show are: Mr. Bill Davis, Director, Office of Runway Safety, Washington, D.C. , Mr. Dan
Cili, Office of Runway Safety Southern Region Office, Atlanta, Georgia, and Mr. Ralph Hicks, Manager of Safety,
Delta Airlines, Atlanta, Georgia.
“Mental Aspects of Flying”
CFI 02051106 Mon Dec 15 at 1100 Eastern

Mr. Tom Evans is a Master Flight Instructor, Distinguished Toastmaster, Aviation Safety Counselor, Staff Member,
and long time member of the prestigious Aviation Speakers Bureau. Tom has presented numerous seminars and
is the regular host of the Stall Spin and Other Safety Matters Seminar at the FAA Safety Center and Production
Studios.

Everyone makes decisions every day. Some are more difficult than others. Tom will discuss how basic decisions
can lead to an accident while flying in his program, the “Mental Aspects of Flying”. Learn how to make decisions
that might save your life. Learn when to start the decision process - on the ground! The process starts long
before the flight. AM I SAFE?




“100 Anniversary of Flight”
Live Broadcast
XXX 03121701 Wed Dec 17 at XXXX Eastern

Plans for the 100 Anniversary are still in the making. Washington, Kill Devil Hills and yes the Sun ‘n Fun complex
at Lakeland, Florida will all have special program to celebrate this historic event. Join use as we celebrate the
100 Anniversary of the First Flight. This program will be entertaining and educational. Don’t miss it.




“100 Anniversary of Flight” (Replay)
XXX 03121701 Mon Jan 05 at 1100 Eastern

Plans for the 100 Anniversary are still in the making. Washington, Kill Devil Hills and yes the Sun ‘n Fun complex
at Lakeland, Florida will all have special program to celebrate this historic event. Join use as we celebrate the
100 Anniversary of the First Flight. This program will be entertaining and educational. Don’t miss it.




“Runway Safety Program”
CAS 02081006 Mon Jan 26 at 1100 Eastern

Mr. Rick Crose is an Air Traffic Control Specialist at the Orlando International Control Tower. Rick was born in
Shelby, Ohio and took an interest in aviation with his first ride in a DC-3. Later in high school, he pursued his
dream of flying by becoming a private pilot at the same time he graduated from high school. Rick served his
country as an air traffic control specialist in the US Army after which he joined the FAA in 1981 as an Air Traffic
Controller. Rich has controlled air traffic at Indianapolis, Columbia SC, Atlanta and now here in Orlando, Florida.
Rick is a very active Aviation Safety Counselor and a member of the FAA Production Crew and prestigious Avia-
tion Speakers Bureau.

Rick was speaking on Runway Safety in the Orlando area prior to the implementation of a Runway Safety Pro-
gram. His programs are factual, relevant and educational, with a little humor inserted to round them out. Do
you know everything about the “Runway Safety Program”? Folks from all parts of Florida, Southern Region, and
around the country have praised Rick’s presentation style to aviation safety.
“Designated Pilot Examiner Meeting” Update
Live Broadcast
DPE 040128XX Wed Jan 28 at 1100 Eastern

Mr. Ben Coleman, the Airworthiness Safety Program Manager for the FAA’s Orlando Flight Standards District
Office (FSDO), has over 30 years of experience to share on this subject. Ben is a certified A & P mechanic
and holds Commercial Instrument Pilot certificates, Canadian ATP and Seaplane ratings with thousands of flight
hours. Ben is a former NTSB Field Investigator with over 15 years of investigative experience before becoming a
member of the FAA team. He is the Florida Chapter President of the International Society of Air Safety Investiga-
tors (ISASI) and has a flare for making most any topic interesting.

This presentation concerns a noticeable change over the years regarding the interpretation of the term “airwor-
thy”. Almost 20% of the flight training for US Pilot Certificates if conducted with the State of Florida. With the
increased utilization and demand on training aircraft fleets, Ben will enlighten you regarding the progress made
by the Orlando FSDO to improve the airman and owner/operator knowledge in this area. If you own, lease or
rent aircraft, you do not want to miss this presentation. You will learn the true essence behind the term “ARAAC-
VEESATCFIEC” and how to apply it to your every flight, where you are the pilot-in-command!




“Designated Pilot Examiner Meeting” (Replay)
DPE 040128XX Mon Feb 02 at 1100 Eastern

Mr. Ben Coleman, the Airworthiness Safety Program Manager for the FAA’s Orlando Flight Standards District
Office (FSDO), has over 30 years of experience to share on this subject. Ben is a certified A & P mechanic
and holds Commercial Instrument Pilot certificates, Canadian ATP and Seaplane ratings with thousands of flight
hours. Ben is a former NTSB Field Investigator with over 15 years of investigative experience before becoming a
member of the FAA team. He is the Florida Chapter President of the International Society of Air Safety Investiga-
tors (ISASI) and has a flare for making most any topic interesting.

This presentation concerns a noticeable change over the years regarding the interpretation of the term “airwor-
thy”. Almost 20% of the flight training for US Pilot Certificates if conducted with the State of Florida. With the
increased utilization and demand on training aircraft fleets, Ben will enlighten you regarding the progress made
by the Orlando FSDO to improve the airman and owner/operator knowledge in this area. If you own, lease or
rent aircraft, you do not want to miss this presentation. You will learn the true essence behind the term “ARAAC-
VEESATCFIEC” and how to apply it to your every flight, where you are the pilot-in-command!




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“Uncontained Engine Failure”
CAS 02081007 Mon Feb 23 at 1100 Eastern

Mr. Ben Coleman is the airworthiness Safety Program Manager for the Orlando FAA Flight Standards District
Office. Formerly with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) as a field investigator, Ben has seen first
hand what happens when things go wrong. He has ten years experience as an accident investigator. Ben is the
President of the Florida Chapter of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators. He holds FAA certifica-
tion in Airframe and Power plant mechanics and a Commercial Instrument Pilot Certificate. Ben also holds a
Canadian ATP and Seaplane rating.

Uncontained Engine Failure deals with the concerns about the overall condition of aircraft in the industry by
looking at several situations that “went wrong” because corners were cut or procedures were missed from the
perspective of the NTSB investigator and the FAA inspector. Join Ben and learn some of the warning signs
that could indicate trouble ahead. This presentation can help you to become enlightened as a pilot or aircraft
owner/operator.




“Seaplane Seminar”
SEA 040207XX Mon Mar 01 at 1100 Eastern

Join Jon Brown at the Tenth Annual Seaplane Safety Seminar at the FAA Production Studios in Lakeland,
Florida. This is always an interesting and entertaining seminar. Learn how to read the wind and water. Learn
many useful skill that can be applied to any type of flying.




“Seaplane Seminar” (Replay)
SEA 040207XX Mon Mar 08 at 1100 Eastern

Join Jon Brown at the Tenth Annual Seaplane Safety Seminar at the FAA Production Studios in Lakeland,
Florida. This is always an interesting and entertaining seminar. Learn how to read the wind and water. Learn
many useful skill that can be applied to any type of flying.




“VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2004 Sun ‘ Fun Fly-In”
SUN SPECIAL

Success is never possible without advanced planning and support. Your support for Sun ‘n Fun 2004 will make
the event successful. The video VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2004 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In is a supplement to the
official NOTAM. It can be used as a short stand alone program (aprox. 20 minutes) or to supplement another
program. Please try to use it at your local seminars whenever possible. Look for updates on our ATN/ESP
broadcast and on our web site at www.faa.gov/fsdo/orl
“I A Refresher Course”
Live Broadcast
IAR 040324XX Wed Mar 24 at 1100 Eastern

This will be a live broadcast from the FAA Safety Center and Production Studios in Lakeland, Florida during
the annual IA Refresher Course. Tune in to this informative and controversial presentation on airworthiness
issues from Mr. Bill O’Brien, FAA National Resource for airworthiness from National FAA HQ. Bill has a powerful
message delivered with vigor and enthusiasm not for the weak of heart or less than aircraft mechanic. He will
intimidate you into compliance and reward you with accolades for good and proper maintenance.




“VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2004 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In
SUN SPECIAL Mon Apr 05 at 1100 Eastern

Success is never possible without advanced planning and support. Your support for Sun ‘n Fun 2004 will make
the event successful. The video VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2004 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In is a supplement to the
official NOTAM. It can be used as a short stand alone program (aprox. 20 minutes) or to supplement another
program. Please try to use it at your local seminars whenever possible. Look for updates on our ATN/ESP
broadcast and on our web site at www.faa.gov/fsdo/orl




“PLANE TIME”
PTS 040313XX Mon Apr 12 at 1100 Eastern

The FAA Safety Center & Production Studios has a new show in the FY 2004 line up. The new show, “Plane
Time”, offers aviation safety training with a new twist ….. in the form of a talk show. Mr. Ben Coleman, Safety
Program Manager and Airworthiness Inspector for the Orlando Flight Standards District Office is the host of
“Plane Time”. The education format includes aviation “notables and quotable” on a variety of topics guaranteed
to spike your interest or possibly save your life. Join Ben Coleman and his guest at “Plane Time”.




“Sun ‘n Fun”
Live Broadcast
SUN 04041304 Tue Apr 13 at 1100 Eastern




“Sun ‘n Fun”
Live Broadcast
SUN 04041404 Wed Apr 14 at 1100 Eastern
“Sun ‘n Fun”
Live Broadcast
SUN 04041504 Thur Apr 15 at 1100 Eastern




“Sun ‘n Fun”
Live Broadcast
SUN 04041604 Fri Apr 16 at 1100 Eastern




“Sun ‘n Fun Finale”
Live Broadcast
SUN 04041904 Mon Apr 19 at 1100 Eastern

Enjoy the final ‘wrap-up’ of the 30th Annual Sun ‘n Fun festivities and events recorded “live” from the FAA Safety
Center and Production Studio. Join host Ben Coleman and guest, Sun N’ Fun Flight Standards Office Coordina-
tor and others, as they reflect on the week of aviation and public activities. The “Finale” is a light-hearted, yet
sincere, presentation that boasts many accomplishments throughout the convention with video clips of highlights
and interviews with industry icons and “airshow” performers.




“Sun ‘n Fun Finale” (Replay)
SUN 04042604 Mon May 03 at 1100 Eastern

Enjoy the final ‘wrap-up’ of the 30th Annual Sun ‘n Fun festivities and events recorded “live” from the FAA Safety
Center and Production Studio. Join host Ben Coleman and guest, Sun N’ Fun Flight Standards Office Coordina-
tor and others, as they reflect on the week of aviation and public activities. The “Finale” is a light-hearted, yet
sincere, presentation that boasts many accomplishments throughout the convention with video clips of highlights
and interviews with industry icons and “airshow” performers.




“Accident Investigation 105”
Live Broadcast
ACC 040514XX Fri May 14 at 1100 Eastern

Join FSDO-15 Accident Investigation Coordinator Ben Coleman and his cast of accident investigation pro-
fessionals to explore and share vital information for officials and first responders to aircraft accident scenes.
……….
When things go wrong on a flight, the professional approach to the investigation is paramount in the efforts of
prevention. Accident Investigation is the FAA’s highest priority in the attempt to reduce accidental mishaps that
risk life and limb.
“Accident Investigation 105” (Replay)
ACC 040514XX Mon May 17 at 1100 Eastern

Join FSDO-15 Accident Investigation Coordinator Ben Coleman and his cast of accident investigation profes-
sionals to explore and share vital information for officials and first responders to aircraft accident scenes.

When things go wrong on a flight, the professional approach to the investigation is paramount in the efforts of
prevention. Accident Investigation is the FAA’s highest priority in the attempt to reduce accidental mishaps that
risk life and limb.




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“Fuel Awareness” (AOPA-ASF)
ATE/ESP 02070101 Mon Jul 19 at 1100 Eastern

Thought you knew all there was to know about fuel? Think again! Do you really know how to lean? When
are fuel pumps used? How does carburetor heat affect fuel burn? This video will help to prevent fuel exhaus-
tion accidents with better preflight. Fuel Awareness is a color video produced by AOPA, ASF, approximately 30
minutes run time.
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Mon Jul 25 at 1100 Eastern




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Mon Aug 02 at 1100 Eastern




“Engine Failure - Survival in 10 Easy Steps”
SUN 03040704 Mon Aug 16 at 1100 Eastern

Mr. Diego Alfonso is the President of the Florida Flight Instructor Association. Diego is a “mover and shaker”,
a team player, a leader, and a tremendous positive influence on this district’s Aviation Safety Program! Diego
will be speaking at this year’s Sun ‘n Fun Forum. His presentation is: “Engine Failure and Survival in 10 Easy
Steps”.

This ten step method addresses anticipating and dealing with an engine failure in different scenarios. Complete
power failure, partial power failure, high altitude failure, low altitude failure, engine failure right after takeoff, and
while preforming procedures and maneuvers. Being prepared to make the right decisions is the key to survival.




“Corporate Seminar”
CAS 040814XX Mon Aug 23 at                Eastern




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Mon Sep 13 at            Eastern
“Weather To Go Or Not”
Mon Sep 20 at           Eastern

Mr. Steve Brady is a veteran flight instructor who has worked in Florida for the last 20 years. Steve is a two-
time recipient of the Orlando Flight Standards District Office Flight Instructor Of The Year award. Steve is a
Designated Pilot Examiner authorized to conduct initial CFI-Airplane practical tests. Steve is an active Aviation
Safety Counselor, member of the FAA Production Crew, and a board member of the Florida Aviation Safety
Foundation who frequently speaks on behalf of aviation safety.

Steve’s presentation “Weather To Go or Not” is a unique approach to preparing for any flight and will enlighten
you to the aspects of Safe Weather Flying. With all the latest technology available to pilots, you will learn how
to simplify the data and use the services that many don’t know exists. SUMMER flying in Florida, is it safe, “You
Bet!” Come see Steve, and find out how.
                                     Broadcast Data FY 2003


“How to Avoid a Gear Up Landing”
SUN 02041101 Safer Skies
Larry Enlow, is an FAA, Aviation Safety Inspector (ASI), assigned to the Orlando, Flight Standards District Office.
He is the Managing Inspector of the Orlando FSDO Designated Pilot Examiner Program, and a member of the
Orlando FSDO Flight Instructor “Special Emphasis Team.” Larry holds Airline Transport Pilot and Gold Seal
Flight Instructor Certificates. He has accumulated 11,000 + hours of flight time as a pilot, and has given 8,000 +
hours of flight instruction.
Larry will be speaking at this year’s Sun ‘n Fun FAA Forum. His presentation is: “How to avoid a Gear Up Landing”. Do you
know where you are at all times? Do you know what is going on around you and in the local area? Pilots of all levels need
to watch and learn from this presentation. If you are currently flying or are about to start flying retractable gear aircraft you
don’t want to miss this program.




”Avoiding the Inadvertent Spin”
ATN/ESP 01100101
This program was a joint effort of the International Aerobatic Club, National Association of Flight Instructors,
Experimental Aircraft Association, and the FAA’s Aviation Safety Program.

Inadvertent stall and resulting spins continue to be a leading cause of accident and fatalities with the general
aviation community. A lack of understanding and practical experience with spin onset recognition has increased
the number of pilots who are inadequately trained and /or are uncomfortable with spins. This training focuses
on the cues available to the pilot in advance of the entry into an inadvertent spin. This video, ”Avoiding the Inad-
vertent Spin”, is suitable for pilots at all certificate levels and experience. As an added bonus we have included
“Florida Flight Training” in this program.




”Aeronautical Decision Making”
APP 02090701 Safer Skies

Janeen Kochan, is an airline captain/instructor pilot for Airborne Express, Inc., serving on the Boeing 767.
Janeen is based in Wilmington, Ohio, where she’s responsible for the development and implementation of Crew
Resource Management and Instructor Training Programs. She also instructs in a J-3 Cub and many other Gen-
eral Aviation aircraft. Because of her efforts and abilities, Janeen was recently selected as Flight Instructor of
the Year for the Orlando Flight Standards District Office. Janeen will provide a very educational and entertaining
presentation on ways you as a General Aviation pilot can improve your efficiency through the use of more effec-
tive individual ADM.

Whether you are flying a J-3 Cub or a Boeing 767 you need to see “Aeronautical Decision Making”. Janeen
Kochan explains that you are not alone in the cockpit. You always have help. Do you know how to obtain help?
How would you ask for it? When would you ask for it?
”Runway Incursion Prevention Training Program for Air Carriers”
APP 01090101
Mike Casey is the Safety Program Manager for the Memphis FAA Flight Standards District Office. The focus of
Mike’s presentation will be on air carrier operations. Because air carrier pilots work in a very routine environment,
lack of knowledge is usually not the problem, but when daily operations become routine, complacency can set in.
There has been some confusion concerning airport signs, marking, and the associated ATC clearances so Mike
will make an effort to clear up this confusion and apply it to the prevention of runway incursions. Mike presented
“Runway Incursion Prevention Training Program for Air Carriers” at the September 1, 2001 annual ASC meeting
at the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios in Lakeland, Florida.




”Mental Aspects of Flying”
CAS 02081002 Safer Skies
Tom Evans is a Master Flight Instructor, Distinguished Toastmaster, Aviation Safety Counselor, Staff Member,
and long time member of the prestigious Aviation Speakers Bureau. Tom has presented numerous seminars and
is the regular host of the Stall Spin and Other Safety Matters seminar at the FAA Safety Center and Production
Studios.

Everyone makes decisions every day. Some are more difficult others. Tom will discuss how basic decisions can
lead to an accident while flying in his program the “Mental Aspects of Flying”. Learn how to make decisions
that might save your life. Learn when to start the decision process--on the ground! The process starts long
before the flight. AM I SAFE?




“Collision Avoidance”
ATN/ESP 01120301

Midair collisions involve about 35 aircraft per year. Knowing where and when they occur will reduce the risk.
Includes effective scanning techniques, physiology of the eye, new avoidance technology, strategies to use in
congested airspace, the use of the sterile cockpit.

This presentation “Collision Avoidance”, was developed by the AOPA ASF and will help you to be prepared to
fly in congested airspace. It is your responsibility to be aware and practice the appropriate collision avoidance
procedures.
“Runway Safety Program”
CAS 02081006 Safer Skies
Rick Crose is an Air Traffic Control Specialist at the Orlando International Control Tower. Rick was born in Shelby,
Ohio and took an interest to aviation with his first ride in a DC-3. Later, in high school, he pursued his dream of
flying by becoming a private pilot at the same time he graduated from high school. Rick served his country as an
air traffic control specialist in the US Army after which he joined the FAA in 1981 as an Air Traffic Controller. Rick
has controlled air traffic at Indianapolis, Columbia SC, Atlanta and now here in Orlando, Florida. Rick is a very
active Aviation Safety Counselor and a member of the FAA Production Crew and prestigious Aviation Speakers
Bureau.

Rick was speaking on Runway Safety in the Orlando area prior to the implementation of a Runway Safety Pro-
gram. His programs are factual, relevant and educational with a little humor inserted to round them out. Do you
know everything about the “Runway Safety Program?” Folks from all parts of Florida, Southern Region, and
around the country have praised Rick’s presentation style to aviation safety.




”Runway Signs”
ATN/ESP 02010701
John and Martha King, world-renowned aviation educators, have shared the cockpit and the presentation stage
for many years.

Runway Signs will assist the audience in clearly recognizing and understanding the signs and marking used
on airports in the United States today. All pilots need to understand the operational significance of these signs
and markings. In addition, the program provides pilots and others operation on the surface of airports with
procedures that are essential in avoiding runway incursions. The video is suitable for small or large groups of
pilots, maintenance technician, and others who operate on airport surfaces. The dangers of runway and taxiway
collisions are real, therefore this material will reduce the risk of these collisions.




”Designated Pilot Examinar Meeting”
DPE 03012903 Airworthiness - Special Emphasis
Mr. Ben Coleman, the Airworthiness Safety Program Manager for the FAA’s Orlando Flight Standards District Office
(FSDO), has many years of experience to share on this subject. He is a certified A & P mechanic and holds Commercial
Instrument Pilot certificates, Canadian ATP and Seaplane ratings with thousands of flight hours. Ben is a former NTSB Field
Investigator with over 15 years of investigator experience before becoming a member of the FAA team. He is the Florida
Chapter President of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI) and has a flare for making most any topic
interesting.

This presentation concerns a noticeable change over the years regarding the interpretation of the term airworthy. Almost
20% of the flight training for U.S. Pilot Certificates is conducted within the State of Florida. With the increased utilization and
demand on training aircraft fleets, Ben will enlightened you on progress made by the Orlando FSDO to improve the airman
and owner / operator knowledge in this area. If you own, lease or rent aircraft, you do not want to miss this presentation.
You will learn the true essence behind the term “ARAACVEESATCFIEC” and how to apply it to your every flight where you
are pilot-in-command!
“Uncontained Engine Failure”
CAS 02081007 Safer Skies

Ben Coleman is the airworthiness Safety Program Manager for the Orlando FAA Flight Standards District Office.
Formerly with the National Transportation Safety Board as a field investigator, Ben has seen first hand what
happens when things go wrong. He has 10 years experience as an accident investigator. Ben is the President of
the Florida Chapter of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators. He holds FAA certification in Airframe
and Powerplant mechanics and a Commercial Instrument Pilot Certificate. Ben also holds a Canadian ATP and
Seaplane rating.

Uncontained Engine Failure deals with the concerns about the overall condition of aircraft in the industry by
looking at several situations that “went wrong” because corners were cut, or procedures were missed from the
perspective of the NTSB investigator and the FAA inspector. Join Ben and learn some of the warning signs that
could indicate trouble ahead. This presentation can help you to become enlighten as a pilot or aircraft owner-
operator.




“Flight Instructor Check Ride Tips”
ATN/ESP 02020401

Mr. Diego Alfonso is the President of the Florida Flight Instructor Association. Diego is a “mover and shaker”, a
team player, a leader, and a tremendous positive influence on the Aviation Safety Program!

“Flight Instructor Check Ride Tips” is a presentation recorded at the FAA Safety Center and Production Studios
at the Sun ‘n Fun complex, Lakeland, Florida at the Wings ‘n Things event. Diego Alfonso, is a designated Pilot
Examiner, Aviation Safety Counselor, member of the FAA Production Crew, and a key member of the elite Speak-
ers Bureau. This video is made possible through a joint effort of the FAA, Florida Aviation Safety Foundation and
the Florida Association of Flight Instructors.




”Controlled Flight Into Terrain”
CAS 02081001 Safer Skies

John Malecki is one of three flight instructor at Flight Safety International qualified to train US Customs Service
Pilots that specialize in chasing suspected drug smugglers. His aviation career spans 38 years in both military
and civilian experience. He is a recipient of the “Top Gun” award as a Naval Aviator in the U.S. Marine Corps.
John also specializes in training in turbo-prop type specific aircraft. He serves as a volunteer Aviation Safety
counselor in the Orlando and Tampa FAA Flight Standards districts. John is a ASC Staff member, Production
Crew Member, and member of the Speakers Bureau.

In this presentation, John Malecki addresses the incipient accident of “Controlled Flight Into Terrain.” Just
when you think everything is fine…. Stop! What’s Wrong? Don’t miss this wake up call!
”IA REFRESHER COURSE”
LIve Broadcast
No. TBA Wed Mar 5th at 1100 Eastern

This will be a live broadcast from the FAA Safety Center and Production Studios in Lakeland, Florida during the annual
IA Refresher Course. Tune in to this informative and controversial presentation on airworthiness issues from Bill O’Brien,
FAA National Resource for Airworthiness from National FAA HQ. Bill has a powerful message delivered with vigor and
enthusiasm not for the weak at heart or unconfident aircraft mechanic. He will intimidate you into compliance and reward
you with accolades for good and proper maintenance.




“VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2003 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In”
SUN SPECIAL Play Dates Feb 24th, Mar 10th, and Mar 17th at 1100 Eastern

Success is never possible without advanced planning and support. Your support for Sun ‘n Fun 2003 will make
the event successful. The video VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2003 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In is a supplement to the
official NOTAM. It can be used as a short stand alone program (approx. 20 minutes) or to supplement another
program. Please try to use it at your local seminars whenever possible. Look for updates on our ATN/ESP
broadcast and on our web site at www.faa.gov/fsdo/orl



“Sun ‘n Fun Live Satellite Broadcast”
“Runway Safety”
SUN 03040204 Wed April 2nd at 1230 Eastern

Dan Cilli spent two years in military Air Traffic Control, prior to his FAA career, beginning in 1969 at Cleveland ARTCC. His desire
to “see” the aircraft that he was working drove him to the Control Tower where he worked 28 years. He has served in control
towers in Pittsburgh, San Juan (Isla Grande), Tampa and Daytona Beach. For the past 5 years he has worked as an Air Traffic
consultant in the Southern Region office. Dan has been with the Runway Safety Team since October 2000. Dan will look at the
Human Factors side of the Runway Safety Program.




“Sun ‘n Fun Live Satellite Broadcast”
“Meet The FAA”
SUN 03040304 Thu April 3rd at 1230 Eastern

A gentleman recently said, “The FAA is just a bunch of bureaucratic politicians in Washington that have no idea what goes on in the
real world…I sure would love to get a chance to talk to them eye to eye without going through emails or secretaries.” Well, sir,
this is your lucky day! If you are serious about it, then so are we. The policy and procedures makers for the FAA will be at the
FAA Safety Center & Production Studios, Sun ‘n Fun Complex during the 2003 Fly-In and convention. This public forum will let you
know what the latest scoop is ‘on the hill’ and allow FAA leaders to hear from you about your concerns. You may find that they are
down to earth folks that work hard to protect you and your rights! Be a part of the solution, come to the Safety Center and “Meet
the FAA” on Thursday April 3, 2003 at 1230.
“Sun ‘n Fun Live Satellite Broadcast”
“Who Want’s To Be An Aire-Man”
SUN 03040404 Fri April 4th at 1230 Eastern

Come take part in the Sun ‘n Fun 2003 debut of the FAA Safety Program’s new game show, “Who Wants to Be An Aire-man”. Airmen
throughout the land come to witness this unique style of aviation safety seminar for “all airmen.” Pilots and aviation maintenance
technicians, settle down to an exciting one-hour “show” to demonstrate their knowledge and learn more about aviation. This seminar
is similar to the popular ABC network television gameshow “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” and conceived by the Fort Lauderdale
FSDO Aviation Safety Program Managers, Cary Mendelson and Randy Williams.
These programs are saving lives and preventing accidents. Each of these “all airmen” seminars address the FAA Administrator’s
“Safer Skies Agenda Items” with additional emphasis on Runway Safety, and “Recurrent Training for the general aviation (GA) airman.”
Don’t miss this important broadcast on Friday April 4th at 1230 Eastern.




“Sun ‘n Fun Live Satellite Broadcast”
“Engine Failure and Survival In 10 Easy Steps”
SUN 03040704 Mon April 7th at 1230 Eastern

Mr. Diego Alfonso is the President of the Florida Flight Instructor Association. Diego is a “mover and shaker”, a team player, a leader,
and a tremendous positive influence on this district’s Aviation Safety Program! Diego will be speaking at this year’s Sun ‘n Fun FAA
Forum. His presentation is: “Engine Failure and Survival in 10 Easy Steps”.

This ten step method addresses anticipating and dealing with an engine failure in different scenarios. Complete power failure, partial
power failure, high altitude failure, low altitude failure, failure right after takeoff, and while performing procedures and maneuvers. Being
prepared to make the right decisions is the key to survival.




“Sun ‘n Fun Live Satellite Broadcast”
“Finale”
SUN 03040804 Mon April 8th at 1230 Eastern

Enjoy the final “wrap-up” of the 29th Annual Sun ‘n Fun festivities and events recorded “live” from the FAA Safety Center and
Production Studios in Lakeland, Florida. Join host Ben Coleman and Sun ‘n Fun guests. The “Finale” is a light-hearted, yet sincere,
presentation that boasts many accomplishments throughout the convention with video clips of highlights and interviews with industry
icons and “airshow” performers!




“Sun ‘n Fun Live Satellite Broadcast”
“Who Want’s To Be An Aire-Man”
SUN 03040504 Mon April 21st at 1100 Eastern

Come take part in the Sun ‘n Fun 2003 debut of the FAA Safety Program’s new game show, “Who Wants to Be An Aire-man”. Airmen
throughout the land come to witness this unique style of aviation safety seminar for “all airmen.” Pilots and aviation maintenance
technicians, settle down to an exciting one-hour “show” to demonstrate their knowledge and learn more about aviation. This seminar
is similar to the popular ABC network television game show “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” and conceived by the Fort Lauderdale
FSDO Aviation Safety Program Managers, Cary Mendelson and Randy Williams.

These programs are saving lives and preventing accidents. Each of these “all airmen” seminars address the FAA Administrator’s
“Safer Skies Agenda Items” with additional emphasis on Runway Safety, and “Recurrent Training for the general aviation (GA) airman.”
Don’t miss this improtant broadcast of the Saturday April 5th Show.
“Sun ‘n Fun Finale Live Satellite Broadcast”
“Finale” - Edited
SUN 03040804 Mon May 5th at 1100 Eastern

Enjoy the final “wrap-up” of the 29th Annual Sun ‘n Fun festivities and events recorded “live” from the FAA Safety Center and
Production Studios in Lakeland, Florida. Join host Ben Coleman and Sun ‘n Fun guests. The “Finale” is a light-hearted,
yet sincere, presentation that boasts many accomplishments throughout the convention with video clips of highlights and
interviews with industry icons and “airshow” performers!




“Accident Investigation 104”
Live Broadcast
ACC 03051603 Fri May 16th at 1100 Eastern

Join FSDO-15 Accident Investigation Coordinator Mr. Ben Coleman and his cast of accident investigation professionals to
explore and share vital information with officials and first responders to aircraft accident scenes. Mr. Jeff Kennedy with the
NTSB will be presenting during the broadcast portion of Accident Investigation 104. Jeff Kennedy has worked from 1983 to
2002 as an Aircraft Accident Investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board, and from 2002 to present as NTSB
Southeast Regional Director. He has conducted over 1000 aircraft accident or incident investigations.

When things go wrong on a flight, the professional approach to the investigation is paramount in the efforts of prevention.
Accident investigation is the highest priority in the attempt to reduce accidental mishaps that risk life and limb.




“Airworthiness Concerns”
CGA 02031004

The presenter is Mr. Ben R. Coleman, the Airworthiness Safety Program Manager for the FAA’s Orlando Flight Standards
District Office. He is a FAA certified A & P mechanic and holds Commercial Instrument Pilot certificates, Canadian ATP and
Seaplane rating with thousands of flight hours. Ben was formerly a NTSB Field Investigator with 10 years of investigator
experience prior to joining FAA Flight Standards Service. He is the Florida Chapter President of the International Society of
Air Safety Investigators (ISASI).

There is a growing concern regarding the overall condition of general aviation aircraft in the industry. This presentation,
“Airworthiness Concerns”, looks at several situations that ‘went wrong’ when corners are cut or procedures are missed from
the perspective of a former NTSB investigator and current FAA inspector. The intent of the presentation is to enlighten the
pilot and owner/operator of general aviation aircraft.




“How to avoid a Gear Up Landing”
SUN 02041101 Safer Skies
Larry Enlow, is an FAA, Aviation Safety Inspector (ASI), assigned to the Orlando, Flight Standards District Office. He is the
Managing Inspector of the Orlando FSDO Designated Pilot Examiner Program, and a member of the Orlando FSDO Flight
Instructor “Special Emphasis Team.” Larry holds Airline Transport Pilot and Gold Seal Flight Instructor Certificates. He has
accumulated 11,000 + hours of flight time as a pilot, and has given 8,000 + hours of flight instruction.
Larry will be speaking at this year’s Sun ‘n Fun FAA Forum. His presentation is: “How to avoid a Gear Up Landing”. Do you
know where you are at all times? Do you know what is going on around you and in the local area? Pilots of all levels need
to watch and learn from this presentation. If you are currently flying or are about to start flying retractable gear aircraft you
don’t want to miss this program.
“Flight Instructor Multi Engine Operations”
CFI 01051201
Larry Enlow, is an FAA, Aviation Safety Inspector (ASI), assigned to the Orlando, Flight Standards District Office.
He is the Managing Inspector of the Orlando FSDO Designated Pilot Examiner Program, and a member of the
Orlando FSDO Flight Instructor “Special Emphasis Team.” Larry holds Airline Transport Pilot and Gold Seal
Flight Instructor Certificates. He has accumulated 11,000 + hours of flight time as a pilot, and has given 8,000 +
hours of flight instruction.

Larry will address Flight Instruction in Multi Engine Aircraft. He will cover information that could improve the
safety of operation in multi engine aircraft for the multi engine applicant and flight instructor. Don’t miss “Flight
Instructor Multi Engine Operations.”




“World Aerobatic Competition”
Live Broadcast
WAC 03062501 Wed June 25th at 1100 Eastern

Join us at the FAA Safety Center and Production Studios, Sun ‘n Fun Complex, Lakeland, Florida as we host the
World Aerobatic Competition! Learn about precise aerobatic flying and how the judges determine the total “k”
factors for world class competitors.




“Fuel Awareness”
ATN/ESP 02070101

Thought you knew all there was to know about fuel? Think again! Do you really know how to lean? When are fuel
pumps used? How does carburetor heat affect fuel burn? This video will help to prevent fuel exhaustion accidents
with better preflight. Fuel Awareness is a color video produced by AOPA, ASF, approximately 30 minutes run
time.




“Alcohol and the Airman”
WWE 03030101
Dr. Tom Trozzi is the special assistant to the chairman of the flight department at Embry Riddle Aeronautical
University located in Daytona Beech, Florida. A former physician, Dr. Trozzi also holds a commercial, multi-
engine, instrument and seaplane ratings as well as IGI and AGI ratings. Dr. Trozzi is a former pilot for Air Life
Line, and has many years of experience in aviation.

Two out of three adults in the United States consume alcoholic beverages. With the consumption of alcohol,
come physiological, psychological and psychomotor changes. Dr. Trozzi will explain why the complexities of
flying become affected at every level. Alcohol in aviation has long been a concern to everyone in aviation. This
presentation could change the way you approach flying, work, and life.
“Flying To The Islands of the Bahamas - Segment 1”
Live Broadcast
CAS 03080901 Sat August 09 at 0915 Eastern
Flying in and out of the Bahamas is not a not a mystery. Join Greg Rolle and get all the answers. Greg shares information
that will help you avoid problems and have fun while visiting the Islands of the Bahamas.




“Flying To The Islands of the Bahamas - Segment 2”
Live Broadcast
CAS 03080902 Sat August 09 at 1015 Eastern
Flying in and out of the Bahamas is not a not a mystery. Join Earl Miller and Greg Rolle in part 2 of this program to
get all the answers. Greg shares information that will help you avoid problems and have fun while visiting the Islands
of the Bahamas.




“Flying To The Islands of the Bahamas - Segment 3”
Live Broadcast
CAS 03080903 Sat August 09 at 1115 Eastern
Flying in and out of the Bahamas is not a not a mystery. Join Greg Rolle, Earl Miller, and Liz Vance in part 3 and get
all the answers. They will share information that will help you avoid problems and have fun while visiting the Islands
of the Bahamas.




“Engine Failure and Survival in 10 Easy Steps”
CAS 0081004 Safer Skies
SUN 03040704
Mr. Diego Alfonso is the President of the Florida Flight Instructor Association. Diego is a “mover and shaker”, a team player,
a leader, and a tremendous positive influence on this district’s Aviation Safety Program! Diego will be speaking at this year’s
Sun ‘n Fun FAA Forum. His presentation is: “Engine Failure and Survival in 10 Easy Steps”.
This ten step method addresses anticipating and dealing with an engine failure in different scenarios. Complete power
failure, partial power failure, high altitude failure, low altitude failure, failure right after takeoff, and while performing
procedures and maneuvers. Being prepared to make the right decisions is the key to survival.




“Weather To Go or Not”
CAS 02081003
Mr. Steve Brady is a veteran flight instructor who has worked in Florida for the last 19 years. Steve is a two-time recipient
of the Orlando Flight Standards District Office Flight Instructor of the year award. Steve is a Designated Pilot Examiner
authorized to conduct initial CFI-Airplane practical tests. Steve is an active Aviation Safety Counselor, member of the FAA
Production Crew, and a board member of the Florida Aviation Safety Foundation who frequently speaks on behalf of aviation
safety.

Steve’s presentation “Weather To Go or Not” is unique approach of preparing for any flight will enlighten you to the aspects
of Safe Weather Flying. With all the latest technology available to pilots, you will learn how to simplify the data and use the
services that many don’t know exists. SUMMER flying in Florida, is it safe, “You Bet!” Come see Steve, and find out how.
                             SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION


“Review of Aircraft Maintenance Procedures”
ATN/ESP 02030401

Mr. Ben R. Coleman, the Airworthiness Safety Program Manager for the FAA’s Orlando Flight Standards District
Office is the host for this program. He is a certificated A & P mechanic and holds Commercial Instrument Pilot
certificates, Canadian ATP and Seaplane rating with thousands of flight hours. Ben was formerly a NTSB Field
Investigator with 10 years of investigator experience prior to joining FAA Flight Standards Service. He is the
Florida Chapter President of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI).

This presentation is a talk show interview style is an open discussion of fleet maintenance procedures and asso-
ciated problems with Capt. Steve Drew, United States Air Force Auxiliary, Florida Wing Civil Air Patrol (CAP)
Maintenance Officer. The interview weaves FAA regulations with CAP regulations and good general tips and
techniques to insure safe aircraft operations. If you are a pilot, mechanic, or dispatcher you will not want to miss
“Review of Aircraft Maintenance Procedures.”



“Meet the FAA”
SUN 02040804

Visit Sun ‘n Fun 2002 and enjoy the “Red, White, and Blue Skies” of central Florida. You will see and hear interviews from
the FAA Production Studio rooftop and then be welcomed to Studio A by Carolyn Blum, Southern Region FAA Administrator,
who will introduce visiting FAA leaders. Monte Belger, Acting Deputy Administrator ADA-1, will lead the team to address
important issues to airmen of all levels during “Meet the FAA”.




”How To Avoid Unwanted Adventure Through Good Planning”
SUN 02040904
John and Martha King, world-renowned aviation educators, have shared the cockpit and the presentation stage
for many years. At this session they will share some of their many adventures, as well as their enthusiasm for
flying, with a delightfully entertaining and educational program.

The Kings are known for their unique ability to blend humor with real-world experience, gleaned from years of
traveling by light plane to weekly seminars, to vividly illustrate the principles of safe cross-country flying. The
Kings will present ”How To Avoid Unwanted Adventure Through Good Planning.”




”Single Pilot IFR”
SUN 02041004
John Steuernagle develops the printed and video material for many of the ASSF education projects. He is
a 7,000 hour airline transport pilot and flight instructor and active as an FAA aviation safety counselor. John
majored in music and theater at Pennsylvania State university and has extensive experience in audiovisual pro-
ductions for training programs.

Short of an emergency, there is probably no greater test of a pilot’s skill than flying IFR, alone, Is it safe? Can
we make it safer? The answer is a resounding YES, and this seminar will give you some tips and techniques to
make it that way. We’ll take a quick look at some common IFR-related accidents and discuss some of the impor-
tant issues such as planning, equipment, organization, situational awareness, weather, and that all important
question “What’s my out?” The title of the presentation is “Single Pilot IFR”
“Aviation Security Practices and Procedures”
SUN 02041104
Janeen Kochan, is an airline captain/instructor pilot for Airborne Express, Inc., serving on the Boeing 767.
Janeen is based in Wilmington, Ohio, where she’s responsible for the development and implementation of Crew
Resource Management and Instructor Training Programs. She also instructs in J-3 and many other General Avia-
tion aircraft. Because of her efforts and abilities, Janeen was recently selected as Flight Instructor of the Year for
the Orlando Flight Standards District Office. Janeen will provide a very educational and entertaining presentation
on ways you as a General Aviation pilot can improve your efficiency through the use of more effective individual
ADM.

Janeen will be speaking at this year’s Sun ‘n Fun FAA Forum. Her presentation is “Aviation Security Practices
and Procedures.”




“GPS Frequently Asked Questions”
SUN 02041204

Mark Grady is a long-time broadcaster, pilot, and speaker with the Aviation Speakers Bureau. In 1998 Mark was
named the Aviation Safety Counselor of the Year for the State of North Carolina. Mark is also a contributing writer
for the Southern Aviation Magazine.

Mark’s presentation on “GPS Frequently Asked Questions” is information for pilots and airmen of all levels.
It answers questions to how to use GPS for IFR operations. Mark also explains GPS approaches. Mark ends
with a Historical look at aviation. The ending is no boring history lecture, this is a multi-media event which the
entire family will enjoy.




“Runway Incursions – Causes and Prevention”
SUN 02040704

Dan Cilli spent two years of military Air Traffic Control, before his FAA career began in 1969 in Cleveland ARTCC.
But his desire to “see” the aircraft that he was working drove him to the Control Tower where he worked 28 years.
He has been in control towers in Pittsburgh, San Juan (Isla Grande), Tampa and Daytona Beach. For the past
4 years he has worked as an Air Traffic consultant in the Regional Office. I’ve been on the Runway Safety Team
since October 2000.

Dan will discuss what the Runway Safety Team see as the causes behind incursions: Spatial Disorientation, Loss
of Situational Awareness, The Communication Dilemma, In-cockpit Distractions, Lapses in Short-term Memory.
His presentation is “Runway Incursions – Causes and Prevention.”




“Site Investigation Part 1”
ACC 01051802

Jack Mettier with Boeing Helicopters has presented at FAA courses in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Fort Worth,
Texas. Jack presented this program at the Accident Investigation 102 Seminar at the FAA Safety Center and
Production Studios in Lakeland, Florida. This is an excellent review of accident procedures for inspectors and
great information for first response personnel or flight instructors. “Site Investigation Part 1” is the first of a two
part presentation.
“Engine Failure and Survival in 10 Easy Steps”
SUN 02040605

Mr. Diego Alfonso is the President of the Florida Flight Instructor Association. Diego is a “mover and shaker”, a
team player, a leader, and a tremendous positive influence on this district’s Aviation Safety Program! Diego will
be speaking at this year’s Sun ‘n Fun FAA Forum. His presentation is: “Engine Failure and Survival in 10 Easy
Steps”.
This ten step method addresses anticipating and dealing with an engine failure in different scenarios. Complete
power failure, partial power failure, high altitude failure, low altitude failure, failure right after takeoff, and while
performing procedures and maneuvers. Being prepared to make the right decisions is the key to survival.



“Site Investigation Part 2”
ACC 01051802

Jack Mettier with Boeing Helicopters has presented at FAA courses in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Fort Worth,
Texas. Jack presented this program at the Accident Investigation 102 Seminar at the FAA Safety Center and
Production Studios in Lakeland, Florida. This is an excellent review of accident procedures for inspectors and
great information for first response personnel or flight instructors. “Site Investigation Part 2” is the second of a
two part presentation.




“Retractable Gear Operation”
WWE 02030202

Richard Wheeler is a member of the Orlando Safety Program Speakers Bureau, Aviation Safety Counselor, and
FAA Production Crew. He is a instructor for numerous aircraft makes and models with Simcom.

In, Retractable Gear Operation, Richard addresses the various types of retractable gear aircraft. If you are cur-
rently flying or are about to start flying retractable gear aircraft you don’t want to miss this program.




“Safe & Secure FBO’s”
# TBA

Mr. Beeler Gausz is the General Manager of Air Orlando Acquisition, Inc., providing rental aircraft and flight
training to general aviation enthusiasts in the Orlando, Florida area. They operate 38 aircraft and employ 28
certificated flight instructors. He also serves as a volunteer Aviation Safety Counselor in the Orlando FAA Flight
Standards District. Prior to working in general aviation, Beeler was President of The Quality College for Philip
Crosby, and is an internationally recognized expert on Zero Defects and quality and productivity management.
He is an author, international speaker, and consultant on business morals and ethics and organizational culture.
He is a Private Pilot and aircraft owner-operator.

Beeler’s presentation “Safe and Secure FBO’s” makes security a part of safety in today’s general aviation
operating environment by knowing how to manage the risks. Presented from the perspective of what is differ-
ent since 9-11, and deals with the general aviation cultural change that is occurring and presents practical pro-
cedures and policies that can be locally implemented to improve the safety of both aviators and the non-flying
public with respect to security from terrorism.
“Finale”
SUN 02041305

Enjoy the final ‘wrap-up’ of the 28th Annual Sun ‘n Fun festivities and events recorded “live” from the FAA Safety
Center and Production Studio. Join host Ben Coleman and guest, Sun N’ Fun Flight Standards Office Coordina-
tor Mr. Larry Enlow, as they reflect on the week of aviation and public activities. The “Finale” is a light-hearted, yet
sincere, presentation that boasts many accomplishments throughout the convention with video clips of highlights
and interviews with industry icons and “airshow” performers.
                                                                 FAA PRODUCTION STUDIOS, LAKELAND, FLORIDA
                                                                   Obie Young 407-812-7706 / obie.young@faa.gov
                                                                             ATNLST.DOC/OSY/02-13-03/SPM/ATN
ATN/ESP BROADCAST DATA
BETA TEST (scheduled through December 2001):

NO.    Date             Video Subject                                                       Video Number
1      Mar 05, 2001     Intro to ATN/ESP                                                    ATN/ESP 01012002
2      Apr 16           Meet the FAA - SNF 2001                                             SUN 01040903
3      May 07           A/W Coleman                                                         CGA 01031004
4      Jun 04           CFI Multi Engine Ops -Enlow                                         CFI 01051201
5      Jul 02           Acc. Inv. Part 1                                                    ACC 01051802
6      Aug 06           Acc. Inv. Part 2                                                    ACC 01051803
7      Sep 10           Live Tel-com due to technical problems                              No Video




ATN/ESP BROADCAST DATA
(Schedule for the following dates in 2002):

NO.    Date             Video Subject                                                       Video Number
8      Oct 01           Avoiding the Inadvertent Spin (IAC, NAFI, EAA)
                        Florida Flight Training (FL DOT Aviation Office)                    ATN/ESP 01100101
9      Nov 05           Runway Incursion Prevention Training Program for Air Carriers
                        (Mike Casey, MEM SPM)                                               APP 01090101
10     Dec 03           Collision Avoidance (AOPA ASF)                                      ATN/ESP 01120301
11     Jan 07           Runway Signs (King Schools )                                        ATN/ESP 02010701
12     Feb 04           Flight Instructor Check Ride Tips (Diego Alfonso, FAFI President)   ATN/ESP 02020401
13     Mar 04           Review of Aircraft Maintenance Procedures                           ATN/ESP 02030401
14     Mar 18           VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2002 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In               SUN SPECIAL
15     Apr 01           VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2002 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In               SUN SPECIAL
16     Apr 08 Mon       Sun ‘n Fun- Meet the FAA                                            SUN 02040804
17     Apr 09 Tue       Sun ‘n Fun- How To Avoid Unwanted Adventure
                        Through Good Planning                                               SUN 02040904
18     Apr 10 Wed       Sun ‘n Fun- Single Pilot IFR                                        SUN 02041004
19     Apr 11 Thu       Sun ‘n Fun- Aviation Security Practices and Procedures              SUN 02041104
20     Apr 12 Fri       Sun ‘n Fun- GPS Frequently Asked Questions                          SUN 02041204
21     Apr 15           Sun ‘n Fun (Slot #4 Sat 7th)
                        Runway Incrusions Causes & Prevention                               SUN 02040704
22     May 06           Sun ‘n Fun Finale                                                   SUN 02041305
23     May 20      II   Airworthiness Conserns- Coleman-                                    CGA 01031004
24     Jun 03           How to Avoid a Gear Up Landing - Enlow                              CFI 02051101
25     Jun 17      II   Flight Instructor Multi Engine Operations -Enlow                    CFI 01051201
26     Jul 01           Fuel Awareness (AOPA-ASF)                                           ATE/ESP 02070101
27     Jul15      II    Site Investigation Part 1                                           ACC 01051802
28     Aug 05           Engine Failure - Survival in 10 Easy Steps - Alfonso                CFI 02051104
29     Aug 19     II    Site Investigation Part 2                                           ACC 01051803
30     Sep 09           Retractable Gear Operations                                         WWE 02030202
31     Sep 16           Weather to Go or Not - Brady                                        CAS 02081003

                                                                                       ATNESPBD.DOC/OSY/04-21-02/SPM/ATN
LIVE UPLINK INFORMATION FAA PRODUCTION STUIDOS
APRIL 2002

14    Apr 01       Sun ‘n Fun Arrival
                   (Tape) Sun ‘n Fun Arrival Video with latest procedure updates   11:00-12:00

15    Apr 08 Mon   Sun ‘n Fun Live
                   Airshow & Meet the FAA                                          12:00-1330
16    Apr 09 Tue   Sun ‘n Fun Live
                   King - How to Avoid Unwanted Aventure                           12:30-1330
17    Apr 10 Wed   Sun ‘n Fun Live
                   Steuernagle - Single Pilot IFR- AOPA ASF                        12:30-1330
18    Apr 11 Thu   Sun ‘n Fun Live
                   Kochan Aviation Security Practices & Procedures                 12:30-1330
19    Apr 12 Fri   Sun ‘n Fun Liv
                   Grady - GPS FAQs                                                12:30-1330

20    Apr 15       Sun ‘n Fun (Slot # 4 - Sat 7th)
                   (Tape) Casey / Cilli - Runway Incursions- Causes & Prevention   11:00-12:00

15    May 06       Sun ‘n Fun Finale
                   (Tape) Recap of Sun ‘n Fun 2002 Airshow & Events                11:00-12:00
ATN/ESP BROADCAST DATA
(Schedule for the following dates in FY 2003):

NO.     Date            Video Subject                                                       Video Number
32      Oct 07 II       How to Avoid a Gear Up Landing Enlow (S/S - A)                      CFI 02051101 Or TBA
33      Oct 21 II       Avoiding the Inadvertent Spin
                        (IAC, NAFI, EAA) Florida Flight Training (FL DOT Aviation Office)   ATN/ESP 01091001
34      Nov 04          Aeronautical Decision Making - Kochan (S/S - D)                     APP 02090701
35      Nov 18 II       Runway Incursion Prevention Training Program for Air Carriers
                        (Mike Casey, MEM SPM)                                               APP 01090101
36     Dec 02           Mental Aspects of Flying - Evans (S/S - D)                          CAS 02081002
37     Dec 16 II        Collision Avoidance (AOPA ASF)                                      ATN/ESP 01120301
38     Jan 06           Runway Safety Program - Crose (S/S - R)                             CAS 02081006
39     Jan 27 II        Runway Signs (King Schools )                                        ATN/ESP 02010701
40    ^Jan 29 (Wed)     Designated Pilot Examiner Mtg
41     Feb 03           Uncontained Engine Failure - Coleman (S/S - U)                      CAS 02081007
42     Feb 24 II        Flight Instructor Check Ride Tips (Diego Alfonso, FAFI President)   ATN/ESP 02020401
43     Mar 03           Controlled Flight Into Terrain - Malecki (S/S - C)                  CAS 02081001
44    ^Mar 05(Wed)      I A Refresher Course                                                IAR 03030504
45     Mar 17           VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2003 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In               SUN SPECIAL
46    ^Apr 02 (Wed)     Sun ‘n Fun- Live Runway Safety                                      SUN 03040204
47    ^Apr 03(Thu)      Sun ‘n Fun- Live Meet the FAA                                       SUN 03040304
48    ^Apr 04(Fri)      Sun ‘n Fun- Live Who Want’s To Be An Aire-Man                       SUN 03040404
49    ^Apr 07(Mon)      Sun ‘n Fun- Live Live Engine Failure                                SUN 03040704
50    ^Apr 08(Tue)      Sun ‘n Fun- Live Finale                                             SUN 03040804
51     Apr 21           Sun ‘n Fun Who Wants To Be An Aire-Man                              SUN 03040504
52     May 05           Sun ‘n Fun Finale-Edited                                            SUN 03040804
53    ^May 16 (Fri)     Accident Investigation                                              ACC 03051603
54     May 19 III       Airworthiness Concerns - Coleman                                    CGA 01031004
55     Jun 02 II        How to Avoid a Gear Up Landing - Enlow                              CFI 02051101
56     Jun 16 III       Flight Instructor Multi Engine Operations -Enlow (S/S - L)          CFI 01051201 Or TBA
57    ^Jun 25 (Wed)     World Aerobatic Competition                                         WAC 03062501
58     Jul 07           Runway Safety - Cilli                                               SUN 03040204
59     Jul 21 II        Fuel Awareness (AOPA-ASF)                                           ATE/ESP 02070101
60     Aug 04           Alcohol and the Airman                                              WWE 03030101
61     Aug 09           Flying to the Bahamas                                               CAS 030809XX
62     Aug 18 II        Engine Failure - Survival in 10 Easy Steps - Alfonso (S/S - S)      CAS 02081004
63     Sep 8            Accident Investigation - Kennedy NTSB                               ACC 03051603
64     Sep 15 II        Weather to Go or Not - Brady (S/S - W)                              CAS 02081003


FY 2003 Broadcast are normally on the 1st & 3rd Monday @ 11:00 Eastern time.
The ^ Blue indicates live uplinks to be turned at OKC.

S/S - Indicates Safer Skies Programs.

TBA- Number to be assigned.
ATN/ESP BROADCAST DATA
(Schedule for the following dates in FY 2004):

NO.    Date             Video Subject                                                    Video Number
65     Oct 06 Mon       PLANE TIME (Sep 20, 03 show)-System Safety                       PTS 03092001
66     Oct 20 II Mon    Controlled Flight Into Terrain - Malecki (S/S - C)               CAS 02081001
67     Oct 27 Mon       Spin Seminar                                                     SPN 031011XX
68     Nov 03 Mon       Spin Seminar (replay)                                            SPN 031011XX
69     Nov 17 II Mon    Aeronautical Decision Making - Kochan (S/S - D)                  APP 02090701
70     Nov 24 Mon       Wings ‘n Things - Plane Time (Nov 8,show) Runway Safety          WNT 031108XX
71     Dec 01 Mon       Wings ‘n Things - Plane Time (Nov 8,show) Runway Safety          WNT 031108XX
72     Dec 15 II Mon    Mental Aspects of Flying - Evans (S/S - D)                       CFI 02051106 Or TBA
73     ^Dec 17 Wed      100 Anniversary of Flight                                        XXX03121701
74     Jan 05 Mon       100 Anniversary of Flight (replay)                               XXX03121701
75     Jan 26 II Mon    Runway Safety Program - Crose (S/S - R)                          CAS 02081006
76     ^Jan 28 Wed      Designated Pilot Examiner Mtg - Update                           DPE 040128XX
77     ^Feb 02 Mon      Designated Pilot Examiner Mtg - Update (replay)                  DPE 040128XX
78     Feb 09 Mon       TBA
79     Feb 23 II Mon    Uncontained Engine Failure - Coleman (S/S - U)                   CAS 02081007
80     ^Mar 01 Mon      Seaplane Seminar                                                 SEA 040207XX
81     ^Mar 08 Mon      Seaplane Seminar (replay)                                        SEA 040207XX
82     ^Mar 15 Mon      VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2004 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In            SUN SPECIAL
83     ^Mar 23 Tue      I A Refresher Course                                             IAR 040324XX
84     ^Apr 5 Mon       VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2004 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In            SUN SPECIAL
85     ^April 12 Mon    PLANE TIME (Mar 13, 04 show)                                     PTS 040313XX
86     ^Apr 13 Tue      Sun ‘n Fun- Live                                                 SUN 04041304
87     ^Apr 14 Wed      Sun ‘n Fun- Live                                                 SUN 04041404
88     ^Apr 15 Thur     Sun ‘n Fun- Live                                                 SUN 04041504
89     ^Apr 16 Fri      Sun ‘n Fun- Live                                                 SUN 04041604
90     ^Apr 19 Mon      Sun ‘n Fun- Live Finale                                          SUN 04041904
91     ^May 03 Mon      Sun ‘n Fun - Finale                                              SUN 04042604
92     ^May 14 Fri      Accident Investigation 105                                       ACC 040514XX
93     ^May 17 Mon      Accident Investigation 105 (replay)                              ACC 040514XX
94     Jun 07 Mon       Stall/Spin-Prevention & Survival                                 SUN 04041402
95     ^Jun 14 Mon      Engine Failure - Prevention & Survival                           SUN 04041804
96     Jun 21 Mon       Stall/Spin-Prevention & Survival                                 SUN 04041402
97     ^Jul 12 Mon      Engine Failure-Prevention & Survival                             SUN 04041804
98     Jul 19 III Mon   Fuel Awareness (AOPA-ASF)                                        ATE/ESP 02070101
99     ^Jul 26 Mon      Unexpected Events in Aviation-They are Not What You Think        SUN 04041401
100    Aug 02 Mon       Unexpected Events in Aviation-They are Not What You Think        SUN 04041401
101    Aug 16 II Mon    Engine Failure - Survival in 10 Easy Steps - Alfonso (S/S - S)   SUN 03040704
102    Aug 23 Mon       Corporate Seminar (Aug 14, 04 show)                              CAS 040814XX
103    Sep 13 Mon       Weather - or Not? Brady (S/S-W)                                  SUN 04041305
104    Sep 20 II Mon    Weather - or Not? Brady (S/S-W)                                  SUN 04041305

FY 2004 Broadcast are normally on Monday @ 11:00 Eastern time unless there is a holiday.
The ^ Blue indicates live uplinks to be turned at OKC.
Plane Time is a informal talk show with special guest.
S/S - Indicates Safer Skies Programs.
TBA- Number to be assigned. XX -
Partial Number are assigned
                                                                                            ATNESPBD.DOC/OSY/04-27-03/SPM/ATN
                                                                                                  Update 06/1703 Update 07/06/03
ATN/ESP BROADCAST DATA
(Schedule for the following dates in FY 2005):

NO.      Date               Video Subject                                                      Video Number
105      Oct 04    Mon      PLANE TIME (Sep 18, 04 show)                                       PTS 04091801
106      Oct 18    Mon      PLANE TIME (Sep 18, 04 show)                                       PTS 04091801
107      Oct 25    Mon      Controlled Flight Into Terrain- (S/S-C) Luehm                      CAS 04081401
108      Nov 1     Mon      Spin Seminar (Replay)                                              SPN041009XX
109      Nov 15    Mon      Aeronautical Decision Making (S/S-D)                               CAS 04081402
110      Nov 22    Mon      Plane Time (Nov 13, show) - NTSB                                   PLT04111301
111      Dec 6     Mon      Plane Time (Nov 13, show) - NTSB                                   PLT04111301
112      Dec 13    Mon      Uncontained Engine Failure-(S/S-U) - Klassing                      WNT 04110601
113      Dec 17    Fri      101 Anniversary of Flight Special (Master Pilot Awards) Live       MPA 04121701
114      Jan 3     Mon      101 Anniversary of Flight Special (Master Pilot Awards) (Replay)   MPA 04121701
115      Jan 24    Mon      Runway Safety Program (S/S-R) - Cilli                              --- 05011501
116      Jan 26    Wed      Designated Pilot Examiner Mtg. - New Technology - Live             DPE050126XX
117      Feb 7     Mon      Designated Pilot Examiner Mtg. - New Technologh - (Replay)         DPE050126XX
118      Feb 18    Mon      Runway Safety Program (S/S-R) - Cilli                              --- 05011501
119      Feb 28    Mon      Uncontained Engine Failure (S/S-U)                                 WNT 04110601
120      Mar 7     Mon      Seaplane Seminar                                                   SEA050205XX
121      Mar 14    Mon      Seaplane Seminar (Replay)                                          SEA050205XX
122      Mar 21    Mon      VFR Arrival Proceedures for the 2005 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In             SUN SPECIAL
123      Mar 23    Wed      IA Refresher Course - Live                                         IAR050323XX
124      Apr 4     Mon      VFR Arrival Proceedures for the 2005 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In             SUN SPECIAL
125      Apr 11    Mon      Plane Time (Mar 12, 05 show)                                       PTS05031201
126      Apr 12    Tue      Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Losing Control of Aircraft                     SUN05041203
127      Apr 13    Wed      Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Sport Pilot                                    SUN05041303
128      Apr 14    Thu      Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Practical Risk Management - Kings              SUN05041403
129      Apr 15    Fri      Sun ‘n Fun - Live - 1 - AOPA - ASF - Landsberg                     SUN05041503
                            Sun ‘n Fun - Live Meet The FAA                                     SUN05041504
130      Apr 18 Thu         Sun ‘n Fun - Live Finale                                           SUN05041803
131      May 2 Mon          Sun ‘n Fun - Live Finale - (Replay)                                SUN05041803
132      May 13 Fri         Accident Investigation 106 - Live                                  ACC050513XX
133      May 16 Mon         Accident Investigation 106 (Replay)                                ACC050513XX
134      Jun 6 Mon          Plane Time (March 12, Show - Kermit Weeks)                         PLT 05031201
135      Jun 13 Mon         Losing Control of Aircraft - Kochan                                SUN 05041203
136      Jun 20 Mon         CFI Workshop - New Technology                                      CFI 05050703
137      Jul 11 Mon         Sport Pilot - Weaver                                               SUN 05041303
138      Jul 18 Mon         Flying the Islands of the Bahamas - Rolle                          SUN 05041701
139      Jul 25 Mon         Practical Risk Management - Kings                                  SUN 05041403
140      Aug 1 Mon          Charles Taylor Awards                                              CTA 05071301
141      Aug 15 Mon         Flying the Islands of the Bahamas - Rolle                          SUN 05041701
142      Aug 22 Mon         Corporate Seminar (Aug 13, 05 Show)                                CAS050813XX
143      Sep 12 Mon         Corporate Seminar (Aug 13, 05 Show) (Replay)                       CAS050813XX
144      Sep 19 Mon         Search & Rescue Sept. 10, 2005                                     USA 050910XX
FY 2005 Broadcast are normally on Monday @ 11:00 Eastern time unless there is a holiday.
Sun ‘n Fun Broadcast are at 11:30 Eastern
**There will be an additional broadcast on Friday, April 15th at 1300 Eastern.
Plane Time is a informal talk show with special guest.
S/S - Indicates Safer Skies Programs.
TBA - Number to be assigned.
XX - Partial Number are assigned
II - Indicates Replay (so far non scheduled for FY 2005)                                   ATNESPBD.DOC/OSY/05-08-05/SPM/ATN
ATN/ESP BROADCAST DATA
(Schedule for the following dates in FY 2006):

NO.      Date               Video Subject                                                     Video Number
145      Oct 03    Mon      PLANE TIME (Sep 17, 05 show - ADIZ)                               PTS 04091701
146      Oct 17    Mon      PLANE TIME (Sep 17, 05 show - ADIZ)                               PTS 05091701
147      Oct 24    Mon      Safer Skies Volume 1.1 ADM (S/S) Kochan                           FAASP0301
148      Nov 7     Mon      Safer Skies Volume 1.1 ADM (S/S) Kochan                           FAASP0301
149      Nov 14    Mon      Safer Skies Volume 1.2 Weather (S/S) Brady                        FAASP0403
150      Nov 21    Mon      Safer Skies Volume 1.2 Weather (S/S) Brady                        FAASP0403
151      Dec 5     Mon      PLANE TIME (Nov 12, show - PAMA)                                  PLT 05111201
152      Dec 12    Mon      PLANE TIME (Nov 12, show - PAMA)                                  PLT 05111201
153      Dec 19    Mon      Master Pilot Awards (Dec 17, 05 show)                             MPA 05121701
154      Jan 09    Mon      Master Pilot Awards (Dec 17, 05 show)                             MPA 05121701
155      Jan 23    Mon      CFI Workshop New Technology                                       CFI 05050703
156      Feb 06    Mon      CFI Workshop New Technology                                       CFI 05050703
157      Feb 13    Mon      Intercept Procedures - Morton                                     SUN 05041204
158      Feb 27    Mon      Intercept Procedures - Morton                                     SUN 05041204
159      Mar 06    Mon      Seaplane Seminar                                                  SEA 060204XX
160      Mar 13    Mon      Seaplane Seminar (Replay)                                         SEA 060204XX
161      Mar 20    Mon      VFR Arrival Procedures for the 2006 Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In             SUN SPECIAL
162      Mar 22    Wed      IA Refresher Course - Live                                        IAR 060322XX
163      Apr 03    Mon      PLANE TIME (Mar 11, 06 show)                                      PTS 06031101
164      Apr 04    Tue      Sun ‘n Fun - Live                                                 SUN 06040403
165      Apr 05    Wed      Sun ‘n Fun - Live                                                 SUN 06040503
166      Apr 06    Thur     Sun ‘n Fun - Live                                                 SUN 06040603
167      Apr 07    Fri      Sun ‘n Fun - Live                                                 SUN 06040703
168      Apr 07    Fri      Sun ‘n Fun - Live 2 Meet the FAA                                  SUN 06040704
169      Apr 10    Mon      Sun ‘n Fun - Finale - Live                                        SUN 06041003
170      Apr 17    Mon      Sun ‘n Fun - Finale (Replay)                                      SUN 06041003
171      May 01    Mon      PLANE TIME (Mar 11, 06 show)                                      PTS 06031101
172      May 12    Fri      Accident Investigation 107 - Live                                 ACC 060512XX
173      May 15    Mon      Accident Investigation 107 (Replay)                               ACC 060512XX
174      Jun 05    Mon      PLANE TIME (Mar 11, 06 show)                                      PLT 06031101
175      Jun 12    Mon      TBA                                                               TBA
176      Jun 19    Mon      CFI Workshop (May 6, 06 show)                                     CFI 060506XX-
177      Jul 10    Mon      TBA                                                               TBA
178      Jul 17    Mon      TBA                                                               TBA
179      Jul 24    Mon      TBA                                                               TBA
180      Aug 07    Mon      Charles Taylor Awards                                             CTA 06071201
181      Aug 14    Mon      TBA                                                               TBA
182      Aug 21    Mon      Corporate Seminar (Aug 12, 06 show)                               CAS 060812XX
183      Sep 11    Mon      Corporate Seminar (Aug 12, 06 show) (replay)                      CAS 060812XX
184      Sep 18    Mon      Search & Rescue Sept 09, 06                                       USA 060909XX
FY 2006 Broadcast are normally on Monday @ 11:00 Eastern time unless there is a holiday.
Sun ‘n Fun Broadcast are at 11:30 Eastern
**There will be an additional broadcast on Friday, April 14th at 1300 Eastern.
Plane Time is a informal talk show with special guest.
S/S - Indicates Safer Skies Programs.
TBA - Number to be assigned.
XX - Partial Number are assigned
II - Indicates Replay (so far non scheduled for FY 2006)                                   ATNESPBD.DOC/OSY/05-19-05/SPM/ATN
ATN/ESP BROADCAST DATA
(Schedule for the following dates in FY 2007):

NO.      Time      Date               Video Subject                                                   Video Number
185      11:00     Oct 02   Mon       PLANE TIME (Aug 26, 06 Show PABC)                               PLT 06082601
186      11:00     Oct 16   Mon       PLANE TIME (Aug 26, 06 Show PABC)                               PLT 06082601
187      11:00     Oct 23   Mon       PLANE TIME (Sept 16, 06 Show)FAASTEAM Industry Members          PLT 06091601
188      11:00     Nov 6    Mon       PLANE TIME (Sept 16, 06 Show)FAASTEAM Industry Members          PLT 06091601
189      11:00     Nov 13   Mon       Runway Safety for Air Traffic Controllers - Cilli                   06081901
190      11:00     Nov 20   Mon       Runway Safety for Air Traffic Controllers - Cilli                   06081901
191      11:00     Dec 4    Mon       PLANE TIME (Nov 11, Show) New Engine                            PLT 06111101
192      11:00     Dec 11   Mon       PLANE TIME (Nov 11, Show) New Engine                            PLT 06111101
193      11:00     Dec 18   Mon       Master Pilot Awards (Dec 16, 06 Show)                           MPA 06121601
194      11:00     Jan 08   Mon       Master Pilot Awards (Dec 16, 06 Show)                           MPA 06121601
195      11:00     Jan 22   Mon       Icing for General Aviation Pilots                                    06122701
196      11:00     Feb 05   Mon       Icing for General Aviation Pilots                                    06122701
197      11:00     Feb 12   Mon       Icing for Regional & Corporate Pilots                                07010201
198      11:00     Feb 26   Mon       Seaplane Seminar Recap of 13th Annual                           SEA 07020305
199      11:00     Mar 5    Mon       Seaplane Seminar Recap of 13th Annual                           SEA 07020305
200      11:00     Mar 12   Mon       Icing for Regional & Corporate Pilots                                07010201
201      11:00     Mar 19   Mon       Icing 2 More Parts from NASA                                         07010901
202      11:00     Mar 21   Wed       IA Refresher Course - Live                                      IAR 070321XX
203      11:00     Apr 02   Mon       IA Refresher Course - Live                                      IAR 070321XX
204      11:00     Apr 16   Mon       PLANE TIME (Mar 10, 07 Show)                                    PLT 07031001
205      11:30     Apr 17   Tue       Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Failure to Follow MX Procedures             SUN 07041703
206      11:30     Apr 18   Wed       Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Transitioning to Tech Adv. Aircraft         SUN 07041803
207      11:30     Apr 19   Thur      Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Practical Risk Management                   SUN 07041903
208      11:30     Apr 20   Fri       Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Say It Right! Radio Com                     SUN 07042003
209      13:00     Apr 20   Fri       Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Meet The FAA                                SUN 07042004
210      11:30     Apr 23   Mon       Sun ‘n Fun - Finale                                             SUN 07042303
211      11:00     May 07   Mon       PLANE TIME (Mar 10, 07 Show)                                    PLT 07031001
212      11:00     May 11   Fri       Accident Investigation 108 - Live                               ACC 070511XX
213      11:00     May 14   Mon       Accident Investigation 108 - Live                               ACC 070511XX
214      11:00     Jun 04   Mon       PLANE TIME (Mar 10, 07 Show)                                    PLT 07031001
215      11:00     Jun 11   Mon       TBA                                                             TBA
216      11:00     Jun 18   Mon       CFI Workshop (May 5, 07 Show)                                   CFI 070505XX
217      11:00     Jul 9    Mon       CFI Workshop (May 5, 07 Show)                                   CFI 070505XX
218      11:00     Jul 16   Mon       TBA                                                             TBA
219      11:00     Jul 23   Mon       TBA                                                             TBA
220      11:00     Aug 06   Mon       Charles Taylor Awards (July 11,07 Show)                         CTA 07071101
221      11:00     Aug 13   Mon       Charles Taylor Awards (July 11,07 Show)                         CTA 07071101
222      11:00     Aug 20   Mon       Corporate Seminar (Aug 11, 07 Show)                             CAS 070811XX
223      11:00     Sep 10   Mon       Corporate Seminar (Aug 11, 07 Show)                             CAS 070811XX
224      11:00     Sep 17   Mon       TBA                                                             TBA
225      11:00     Spt 24   Mon       TBA                                                             TBA
FY 2007 Broadcast are normally on Monday @ 11:00 Eastern time unless there is a holiday.
Sun ‘n Fun Broadcast are at 11:30 Eastern
**There will be an additional broadcast on Friday, April 20th at 1300 Eastern.
Plane Time is a informal talk show with special guest.
S/S - Indicates Safer Skies Programs.
TBA - Number to be assigned.
XX - Partial Number are assigned
                                                                                           ATNESPBD.DOC/OSY/08-05-06/SPM/ATN
ATN/ESP BROADCAST DATA
(Schedule for the following dates in FY 2008):

NO.      Time      Date               Video Subject                                                   Video Number
226      11:00     Oct 1    Mon       Safer Skies Volume 1.1 ADM (S/S) Kochan                         FAASP0301
227      11:00     Oct 29   Mon       PLANE TIME (Sept 15, 07 - CFI/DPE Show)                         PLT 07091501
228      11:00     Nov 5    Mon       PLANE TIME (Sept 15, 07 - CFI/DPE Show)                         PLT 07091501
229      11:00     Nov 19   Mon       Safer Skies Volume 1.2 Weather (S/S) Brady                      FAASP0403
230      11:00     Nov 26   Mon       Safer Skies Volume 1.2 Weather (S/S) Brady                      FAASP0403
231      11:00     Dec 3    Mon       PLANE TIME (Nov 10, 07 - SMS Show)                              PLT07111001
232      11-16     Dec 5    Wed       FAASTeam Training (5 Hours Including Breaks)                    071205XX
233      11:00     Dec 10   Mon       PLANE TIME (Nov 10, 07 SMS Show)                                PLT 07111001
234      11:00     Dec 17   Mon       Master Pilot Awards (Dec 15, 07 Show)                           MPA 07121501
235      11:00     Jan 07   Mon       Master Pilot Awards (Dec 15, 07 Show)                           MPA 07121501
236      11:00     Jan 14   Mon       Icing for General Aviation Pilots                                    06122701
237      11:00     Feb 04   Mon       Icing for General Aviation Pilots                                    06122701
238      11:00     Feb 11   Mon       Icing for Regional & Corporate Pilots                                07010201
239      11:00     Feb 25   Mon       Icing for Regional & Corporate Pilots                                07010201
240      11:00     Mar 3    Mon       Icing 2 More Parts from NASA                                         07010901
241      11:00     Mar 10   Mon       Icing 2 More Parts from NASA                                         07010901
242      11:00     Mar 17   Mon       Safer Skies Volume 1.3 Runway (S/S) Weeks (Replay Do23)         FAASP0407
243      11:00     Apr 7    Mon       Safer Skies Volume 1.3 Runway (S/S) Weeks (Replay Do23)         FAASP0407
244      11:30     Apr 08   Tue       Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Personal Safety Risk Management             SUN 08040803
245      11:30     Apr 9    Wed       Sun ‘n Fun - Live - CFI-DPE Program                             SUN 08040903
246      11:30     Apr 10   Thur      Sun ‘n Fun - Live - The Kings on Practical Risk Mgmt.           SUN 08041003
247      11:30     Apr 11   Fri       Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Thunderstorms & ATC                         SUN 08041103
248      13:00     Apr 11   Fri       Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Meet The FAA                                SUN 08041104
249      11:30     Apr 14   Mon       Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Finale-Recap of Sun ‘n Fun 2008             SUN 08041403
250      11:00     Apr 21   Mon       Sun ‘n Fun - Live - Finale-Replay                               SUN 08041403
251      11:00     May 5    Mon       PLANE TIME (Mar 08, 08 Show) RIIEP/Runway Safety                PLT 08030801
252      11:00     May 12   Mon       PLANE TIME (Mar 08, 08 Show) RIIEP/Runway Safety                PLT 08030801
253      11:00     Jun 2    Mon       CFI Workshop (May 3, 08 Show)                                   CFI 080503XX
254      11:00     Jun 9    Mon       CFI Workshop (May 3, 08 Show)                                   CFI 080503XX
255      11:00     Jun 16   Mon       Accident Investigation 109 - (May 9, 08 Show)                   ACC 080509XX
256      11:00     Jul 7    Mon       Accident Investigation 109 - (May 9, 08 Show)                   ACC 080509XX
257      11:00     Jun 14   Mon       TBA                                                             TBA
258      11-16     Jul 16   Wed       FAASTeam Training (5 Hours Incuding Breaks)                     080716XX
259      11:00     Jul 21   Mon       TBA                                                             TBA
260      11:00     Aug 4    Mon       Charles Taylor Awards (July 12, 08 Show)                        CTA 07071201
261      11:00     Aug 11   Mon       Charles Taylor Awards (July 12, 08 Show)                        CTA 07071201
262      11:00     Aug 18   Mon       Corporate Seminar (Aug 9, 08 Show)                              CAS 080809XX
263      11:00     Sept 8   Mon       Corporate Seminar (Aug 9, 08 Show)                              CAS 080809XX
264      11:00     Sep 15   Mon       TBA                                                             TBA
265      11:00     Sep 22   Mon       TBA                                                             TBA
FY 2008 Broadcast are normally on Monday @ 11:00 Eastern time unless there is a holiday.
Sun ‘n Fun Broadcast are at 11:30 Eastern
**There will be an additional broadcast on Friday, April 11th at 1300 Eastern.
Plane Time is a informal talk show with special guest.
S/S - Indicates Safer Skies Programs.
TBA - Number to be assigned.
XX - Partial Number are assigned
                                                                                           ATNESPBD.DOC/OSY/08-05-06/SPM/ATN
FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series
DISH Network Schedule 2006

No.     Time EDT          Date                      Video Subject                                                 Video Number

D001    9:00 PM           Nov 02 Wednesday          PLANE TIME (Mar 12, 05 Show - Kermit Weeks) PTS 05031201
D002    4:00 PM           Nov 05 Saturday           PLANE TIME (Mar 12, 05 Show - Kermit Weeks) PTS 05031201
D003    9:00 PM           Nov 09 Wednesday          Losing Control of Aircraft - Kochan               SUN 05041203
D004    4:00 PM           Nov 12 Saturday           Losing Control of Aircraft - Kochan               SUN 05041203
D005    9:00 PM           Nov 16 Wednesday          CFI Workshop - New Technology - Griffin           CFI 05050703
D006    4:00 PM           Nov 19 Saturday           CFI Workshop - New Technology - Griffin           CFI 05050703
D007    9:00 PM           Nov 23 Wednesday          Intercept Procedures - Major Morton               SUN 05041204
D008    4:00 PM           Nov 26 Saturday           Intercept Procedures - Major Morton               SUN 05041204
D009    9:00 PM           Nov 30 Wednesday          Runway Safety - Cilli (S/S-R) #115                05011501
D010    4:00 PM           Dec 03 Saturday           Runway Safety - Cilli (S/S-R) #115                05011501
D011    9:00 PM           Dec 07 Wednesday          PLANE TIME (Sep 17, 05 - ADIZ/TFR)                PLT 05091701
D012    4:00 PM           Dec 10 Saturday           PLANE TIME (Sep 17, 05 - ADIZ/TFR)                PLT 05091701
D013    9:00 PM           Dec 14 Wednesday          Flying The Islands of The Bahamas - Rolle         SUN 05041701
D014    4:00 PM           Dec 17 Saturday           Flying The Islands of The Bahamas - Rolle         SUN 05041701
D015    9:00 PM           Dec 21 Wednesday          PLANE TIME (Nov 12, 05 - PAMA)                    PLT 05111201
D016    4:00 PM           Dec 24 Saturday           PLANE TIME (Nov 12, 05 - PAMA)                    PLT 05111201
D017    9:00 PM           Dec 28 Wednesday          Safer Skies Volume 1.1 ADM (S/S) Kochan           FAASP0301
D018    4:00 PM           Dec 31 Saturday           Safer Skies Volume 1.1 ADM (S/S) Kochan           FAASP0301
D019    9:00 PM           Jan 04 Wednesday          Safer Skies Volume 1.2 Weather (S/S) Brady        FAASP0403
D020    4:00 PM           Jan 07 Saturday           Safer Skies Volume 1.2 Weather (S/S) Brady        FAASP0403
D021    9:00 PM           Jan 11 Wednesday          Practical Risk Management - Kings                 SUN 05041403
D022    4:00 PM           Jan 14 Saturday           Practical Risk Management - Kings                 SUN 05041403
D023    9:00 PM           Jan 18 Wednesday          Safer Skies Volume 1.3 Runway (S/S) Weeks         FAASP0407
D024    4:00 PM           Jan 21 Saturday           Safer Skies Volume 1.3 Runway (S/S) Weeks         FAASP0407
D025    9:00 PM           Jan 25 Wednesday          Human Factors & Risk Assessment - Cilli           CAS 05081302
D026    4:00 PM           Jan 28 Saturday           Human Factors & Risk Assessment - Cilli           CAS 05081302
D027    9:00 PM           Feb 01 Wednesday          TBA                                               TBA
D028    4:00 PM           Feb 04 Saturday           TBA                                               TBA
D029    9:00 PM           Feb 08 Wednesday          Safer Skies Volume 1.4 Control (S/S) Coleman      FAASP0418
D030    4:00 PM           Feb 11 Saturday           Safer Skies Volume 1.4 Control (S/S) Coleman      FAASP0418
D031    9:00 PM           Feb 15 Wednesday          Safer Skies Volume 1.5 CFIT (S/S) Evans           FAASP0501
D032    4:00 PM           Feb 18 Saturday           Safer Skies Volume 1.5 CFIT (S/S) Evans           FAASP0501
D033    9:00 PM           Feb 22 Wednesday          Safer Skies Volume 1.6 Survival (S/S) Alfonso     FAASP0601
D034    4:00 PM           Feb 25 Saturday           Safer Skies Volume 1.6 Survival (S/S) Alfonso     FAASP0601
D035    9:00 PM           Mar 01 Wednesday          TBA                                               TBA
D036    4:00 PM           Mar 04 Saturday           TBA                                               TBA
D037    9:00 PM           Mar 08 Wednesday          TBA                                               TBA
D038    4:00 PM           Mar 11 Saturday           TBA                                               TBA
D039    9:00 PM           Mar15 Wednesday           TBA                                               TBA
D040    4:00 PM           Mar 18 Saturday           TBA                                               TBA
D041    9:00 PM           Mar 22 Wednesday          TBA                                               TBA
D042    4:00 PM           Mar 25 Saturday           TBA                                               TBA
D043    9:00 PM           Mar 29 Wednesday          TBA                                               TBA
D044    4:00 PM           Apr 01 Saturday           TBA                                               TBA
D045    9:00 PM           Apr 05 Wednesday          TBA                                               TBA
D046    4:00 PM           Apr 08 Saturday           TBA                                               TBA
FY 2006 Broadcast are normally on: Wednesday @ 9:00PM EDT & Saturday @ 4:00PM EDT unless otherwise noted.
Plane Time is a normal talk show with special guests.
S/S - Indicates Safer Skies Program
TBA - Number to be assigned
XX - Partial Number are assigned                      DISHY06.DOC/OSY/08-22-05/SPM/ATN/Update 10-10-05/Update 11-20-05
FAA Production Studios Aviation Safety Series- DISH Network Schedule 2007
(Schedule for the following dates in FY 2007 – Sep 20, 2006- Feb 24, 2007
No.     TIME EDT        Date                     Video Subject                                                Video Number
D093    9:00 PM         Sep 20 Wednesday         Listen Up Read Back Fly Right / Heads up hold Short,
                                                 Flight Right / FAASTeam (Replay D081)                       0607XXXX
D094    4:00 PM         Sep 23 Saturday          Listen Up Read Back Fly Right / Heads up hold Short,
                                                 Flight Right / FAASTeam (Replay D081)                       0607XXXX
D095    9:00 PM         Sep 27 Wednesday         Runway Safety for Air Traffic Controllers – Cilli (D089) 06081901
D096    4:00 PM         Sep 30 Saturday          Runway Safety for Air Traffic Controllers- Cilli (D089)     06081901
D097    9:00 PM         Oct 4 Wednesday          PLANE TIME (Sep 16, 06 show) FAASTeam Industry
                                                 Members                                                     PLT 06091601
D098    4:00 PM         Oct 7 Saturday           PLANE TIME (Sep 16, 06 show) FAASTeam Industry
                                                 Members                                                     PLT 06091601
D099    9:00 PM         Oct 11 Wednesday         Safer Skies Volume 1.1 ADM (S/S) Kochan (Replay D017) FAASP0301
D100    4:00 PM         Oct 14 Saturday          Safer Skies Volume 1.1 ADM (S/S) Kochan (Replay D017) FAASP0301
D101    9:00 PM         Oct 18 Wednesday         Safer Skies Volume 1.2 Weather (S/S) Brady (Replay D019) FAASP0403
D102    4:00 PM         Oct 21 Saturday          Safer Skies Volume 1.2 Weather (S/S) Brady (Replay D019) FAASP0403
D103    9:00 PM         Oct 25 Wednesday         Safer Skies Volume 1.3 Runway (S/S) Weeks (Replay D023) FAASP0407
D104    4:00 PM         Oct 28 Saturday          Safer Skies Volume 1.3 Runway (S/S) Weeks (Replay D023) FAASP0407
D105    9:00 PM         Nov 1 Wednesday          Safer Skies Volume 1.4 Control (S/S)Coleman (Replay D029) FAASP0418
D106    4:00 PM         Nov 4 Saturday           Safer Skies Volume 1.4 Control (S/S)Coleman (Replay D029) FAASP0418
D107    9:00 PM         Nov 8 Wednesday          Safer Skies Volume 1.5 CFIT (S/S) Evans (Replay D031) FAASP0501
D108    4:00 PM         Nov 11 Saturday          Safer Skies Volume 1.5 CFIT (S/S) Evans (Replay D031) FAASP0501
D109    9:00 PM         Nov 15 Wednesday         Safer Skies Volume 1.6 Survival (S/S) Alfonso (Replay D033) FAASP0601
D110    4:00 PM         Nov 18 Saturday          Safer Skies Volume 1.6 Survival (S/S) Alfonso (Replay D033) FAASP0601
D111    9:00 PM         Nov 22 Wednesday         Gear Up Landing – Enlow (D075)                              CFI 06050603
D112    4:00 PM         Nov 23 Saturday          Gear Up Landing – Enlow (D075)                              CFI 06050603
D113    9:00 PM         Nov 29 Wednesday         Spatial Disorientation (Replay D047)                        AOPA- ASF
D114    4:00 PM         Dec 2 Saturday           Spatial Disorientation (ReplayD047)                         AOPA- ASF
D115    9:00 PM         Dec 6 Wednesday          PLANE TIME (Nov 11, 06, show)                               PLT 06111101
D116    4:00 PM         Dec 9 Saturday           PLANE TIME (Nov 11, 06 show)                                PLT 06111101
D117    9:00 PM         Dec 13 Wednesday         Practical Risk Management –Kings (Replay D021)              SUN 05041403
D118    4:00 PM         Dec 16 Saturday          Practical Risk Management –Kings (Replay D021)              SUN 05041403
D119    9:00 PM         Dec 20 Wednesday         PLANE TIME (Mar 12,05 show–Kermit Weeks) (Replay D001) PTS 05031201
D120    4:00 PM         Dec 23 Saturday          PLANE TIME (Mar 12,05 show–Kermit Weeks) (Replay D001) PTS 05031201
D121    9:00 PM         Dec 27 Wednesday         Runway Safety for Air Traffic Controllers – Cilli (D089) 06081901
D122    4:00 PM         Dec 30 Saturday          Runway Safety for Air Traffic Controllers- Cilli (D089)     06081901
D123    9:00 PM         Jan 3 Wednesday          Master Pilot Awards (Dec 16,07 Show)                        MPA 06121601
D124    4:00 PM         Jan 6 Saturday           Master Pilot Awards (Dec 16,07 Show)                        MPA 06121601
D125    9:00 PM         Jan 10 Wednesday         Icing for General Aviation Pilots – NASA                    06122701
D126    4:00 PM         Jan 13 Saturday          Icing for General Aviation Pilots – NASA                    06122701
D127    9:00 PM         Jan 17 Wednesday         Icing for Regional & Corporate Pilots - NASA                07010201
D128    4:00 PM         Jan 20 Saturday          Icing for Regional & Corporate Pilots - NASA                07010201
D129    9:00 PM         Jan 24 Wednesday         Icing 2 more parts from - NASA                              07010901
D130    4:00 PM         Jan 27 Saturday          Icing 2 more parts from - NASA                              07010901
D131    9:00 PM         Jan 31 Wednesday         Listen Up Read Back Fly Right / Heads up hold Short,
                                                 Flight Right / FAASTeam (Replay D081)                       0607XXXX
D132    4:00 PM         Feb 3 Saturday           Listen Up Read Back Fly Right / Heads up hold Short,
                                                 Flight Right / FAASTeam (Replay D081)                       0607XXXX
D133    9:00 PM         Feb 7 Wednesday          Runway Safety for Air Traffic Controllers – Cilli (D089) 06081901
D134    4:00 PM         Feb 10 Saturday          Runway Safety for Air Traffic Controllers- Cilli (D089)     06081901
D135    9:00 PM         Feb 14 Wednesday         PLANE TIME (Sep 16, 06 show) FAASTeam Industry Members PLT 06091601
D136    4:00 PM         Feb 17 Saturday          PLANE TIME (Sep 16, 06 show) FAASTeam Industry Members PLT 06091601
D137    9:00 PM         Feb 21 Wednesday         TBA                                                         TBA
D138    4:00 PM         Feb 24 Saturday          TBA                                                         TBA
FY 2007 Broadcast are normally on:
Wednesday @ 9:00 PM EDT & Saturday @ 4:00 PM EDT unless otherwise noted. Universityhouse Channel at 9411
Plane Time is a informal talk show with special guest.
S/S - Indicates Safer Skies Programs.
TBA- Number to be assigned.
XX – Partial Number are assigned
                                DISHFY2007.DOC/OSY/09-18-06/SPM/ATN/DISH/ Update 12-04-06/Update 01-01-07/Update 01-26-07
                   POINTS OF CONTACT
ATN:
        KEVIN LOWE         405-954-9551 Office
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                           405-954-9507 Fax

COVERGENT MEDIA:
    RAY FOSTER             770-369-9428 Office
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LOWERY SATELLITE:
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        DANIEL K           407-929-5363 Cell

FAA PRODUCTION STUDIOS:
     Studio           863-647-3434
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GETN:
        Ed Kronholm
        ARNG Satellite Programs Coordinator
                            877-820-0305 Office
                            602-622-2905 Cell

CMS Help Desk:             888-736-2055
ATN “Call In”:       888-279-8604




                              CONTACTS.DOC/OSY/02-10-04/SPM/ATN
FAA Administrators Safer
  Skies Safety Agenda




   • - Approach and Landing
   • - Controlled Flight Into Terrain
   • - Aeronautical Decisionmaking
   • - Loss of Control
   • - Runway Incursions
   • - Survivability
   • - Uncontained Engine Failures
   • - Weather
                   FAA Administrator’s “Safer Skies”
                           Safety Agenda

In support of the FAA Administrator’s “Safer Skies” safety agenda, we are developing presentation on each subject area. We are planning live, video
taped, and “computer based” presentations on each subject. We will incorporate these presentation in regularly scheduled programs at the FAA
Safety Center and Production Studios in Lakeland, Florida and broadcast them over the Aviation Training Network whenever possible. The following
is a listing of the “Safer Skies” topic and corresponding letter codes.


                                       A - Approach and Landing               C - Controlled Flight Into Terrain
                                       D - Aeronautical Decisionmaking        L - Loss of Control
                                       R - Runway Incursions                  S - Survivability
                                       U - Uncontained Engine Failres         W - Weather



The follow ASI or ASC have developed presentation in the corresponding topic areas:

                                       No.       Presentor          Area      Product Number
                                       1         Larry Enlow        A         CFI 02051101
                                       2         Janeen Kochan      D         APP 02090101
                                       3         Richard Wheeler    D         WWE 02030202
                                       4         Tom Evans          D         CAS 02081002
                                       5         Dan Cilli          R         SUN 02040704
                                       6         Kenneth Spivey     R         SUN 02041102 SVHS
                                       7         Mike Casey         R         APP 01090101
                                       8         Rick Crose         R         CAS 02081006
                                       9         Ben Coleman        U         CAS 02081007
                                       10        John Malecki       C         CAS 02081001
                                       11        Larry Enlow        L         CFI 01051201
                                       12        Diego Alfonso      S         CAS 02081004
                                       13        Steve Brady        W         CAS 02081003




                                                                                                  SAFESKY2.DOC/06-01-02/OSY/SPM/PLAN/2003
”How to avoid a Gear Up Landing”
SUN 02041101

Larry Enlow, is an FAA, Aviation Safety Inspector (ASI), assigned to the Orlando, Flight Standards District Office.
He is the Managing Inspector of the Orlando FSDO Designated Pilot Examiner Program, and a member of the
Orlando FSDO Flight Instructor “Special Emphasis Team.” Larry holds Airline Transport Pilot and Gold Seal
Flight Instructor Certificates. He has accumulated 11,000 plus hours of flight time as a pilot, and has given 8,000
plus hours of flight instruction.

Larry will be speaking at this year’s Sun ‘n Fun FAA Forum. His presentation is: “How to avoid a Gear Up Land-
ing”. Do you know where you are at all times? Do you know what is going on around you and in the local area?
Pilots of all levels need to watch and learn from this presentation. If you are currently flying or about to start flying
retractable gear aircraft you don’t want to miss this program.




”Aeronautical Decision making”
APP 02090101
Janeen Kochan, is an airline captain/instructor pilot for Airborne Express, Inc., serving on the Boeing 767.
Janeen is based in Wilmington, Ohio, where she’s responsible for the development and implementation of Crew
Resource Management and Instructor Training Programs. She also instructs in a J-3 Cub and many other Gen-
eral Aviation aircraft. Because of her efforts and abilities, Janeen was recently selected as Flight Instructor of
the Year for the Orlando Flight Standards District Office. Janeen will provide a very educational and entertaining
presentation on ways you as a General Aviation pilot can improve your efficiency through the use of more effec-
tive individual ADM.

Whether you are flying a J-3 Cub or a Boeing 767 you need to see “Aeronautical Decision Making”. Janeen
Kochan explains that you are not alone in the cockpit. You always have help. Do you know how to obtain help?
How would you ask for it? When would you ask for it?




“Retractable Gear Operation’”
WWE 02030202

Richard Wheeler is a member of the Orlando Safety Program Speakers Bureau, Aviation Safety Counselor, and
FAA Production Crew. He is a instructor for numerous aircraft makes and models with Simcom.

In, “Retractable Gear Operation,” Richard addresses the various types of retractable gear aircraft. If you are
currently flying or are about to start flying retractable gear aircraft you don’t want to miss this program.
”Mental Aspects of Flying”
CAS 02081002
Tom Evans is a Master Flight Instructor, Distinguished Toastmaster, Aviation Safety Counselor, Staff Member,
and long time member of the prestigious Aviation Speakers Bureau. Tom has presented numerous seminars and
is the regular host of the Stall Spin and Other Safety Matters seminar at the FAA Safety Center and Production
Studios.

Everyone makes decisions every day. Some are more difficult others. Tom will discuss how basic decisions can
lead to an accident while flying in his program the “Mental Aspects of Flying”. Learn how to make decisions
that might save your life. Learn when to start the decision process--on the ground! The process starts long
before the flight. AM I SAFE?




”Runway Incursions - Causes and Prevention”
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Dan Cilli spent two years of military Air Traffic Control, prior to his FAA career, beginning in 1969 at Cleveland
ARTCC. His desire to “see” the aircraft that he was working drove him to the Control Tower where he worked
28 years. He has been in control towers in Pittsburgh, San Juan (Isla Grande), Tampa and Daytona Beach. For
the past 4 years he has worked as an Air Traffic consultant in the Regional Office. Dan has been on the Runway
Safety Team since October 2000.

Dan will discuss what the Runway Safety Team see as the causes behind incursions: Spatial Disorientation,
Loss of Situational Awareness, The Communication Dilemma, In-cockpit Distractions, and Lapses in Short-term
Memory. His presentation is “Runway Incursions - Causes and Prevention.”




“Signs, Signs, Everywhere a Sign”
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Kenneth R. Spivey past operations Safety Program Manager at the Birmingham Flight Standards District Office
was recently promoted as the Southern Region Safety Program Manager. Ken serves on the Southern Region
Runway Safety Action Team, (RSAT). While on the RSAT, Ken has presented Runway Safety Program through
out the Southern Region.

There are numerous signs around the airport. What do they all mean? Are you ever confused?
What do you do? Ken will increase your knowledge of signs in his presentation “Sign, Signs, Everywhere a
Sign”. Lets learn about airport signs and improve runway safety.
”Runway Incursion Prevention Training Program for Air Carriers”
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Mike Casey was the Safety Program Manager for the Memphis FAA Flight Standards District Office when he
created this presentation. The focus of Mike’s presentation will be on air carrier operations. Because air carrier
pilots work in a very routine environment, lack of knowledge is usually not the problem. But when daily operations
become routine, complacency can set in. There has been some confusion concerning airport signs, markings,
and the associated ATC clearances so Mike will make an effort to clear up this confusion and apply it to the
prevention of runway incursions.

Mike presented “Runway Incursion Prevention Training Program for Air Carriers” at the September 1, 2001
annual ASC meeting at the FAA Safety Center & Production Studios in Lakeland, Florida. Weather you are an
airline, corporate, or private pilot this program is one you will not want to miss.




“Runway Safety Program”
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Rick Crose is an Air Traffic Control Specialist at the Orlando International Control Tower. Rick was born in Shelby,
Ohio and took an interest to aviation with his first ride in a DC-3. Later, in high school, he pursued his dream of
flying by becoming a private pilot at the same time he graduated from high school. Rick served his country as an
air traffic control specialist in the US Army after which he joined the FAA in 1981 as an Air Traffic Controller. Rick
has controlled air traffic at Indianapolis, Columbia SC, Atlanta and now here in Orlando, Florida. Rick is a very
active Aviation Safety Counselor and a member of the FAA Production Crew and prestigious Aviation Speakers
Bureau.

Rick was speaking on Runway Safety in the Orlando area prior to the implementation of a Runway Safety Pro-
gram. His programs are factual, relevant and educational with a little humor inserted to round them out. Do you
know everything about the “Runway Safety Program?” Folks from all parts of Florida, Southern Region, and
around the country have praised Rick’s presentation style to aviation safety.




“Uncontained Engine Failure”
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Ben Coleman is the airworthiness Safety Program Manager for the Orlando FAA Flight Standards District Office.
Formerly with the National Transportation Safety Board as a field investigator, Ben has seen first hand what
happens when things go wrong. He has 10 years experience as an accident investigator. Ben is the President of
the Florida Chapter of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators. He holds FAA certification in Airframe
and Powerplant mechanics and a Commercial Instrument Pilot Certificate. Ben also holds a Canadian ATP and
Seaplane rating.

Uncontained Engine Failure deals with the concerns about the overall condition of aircraft in the industry by
looking at several situations that “went wrong” because corners were cut, or procedures were missed from the
perspective of the NTSB investigator and the FAA inspector. Join Ben and learn some of the warning signs that
could indicate trouble ahead. This presentation can help you to become enlighten as a pilot or aircraft owner-
operator.
”Controlled Flight Into Terrain”
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John Malecki is one of three flight instructor at Flight Safety International qualified to train US Customs Service
Pilots that specialize in chasing suspected drug smugglers. His aviation career spans 38 years in both military
and civilian experience. He is a recipient of the “Top Gun” award as a Naval Aviator in the U.S. Marine Corps.
John also specializes in training in turbo-prop type specific aircraft. He serves as a volunteer Aviation Safety
counselor in the Orlando and Tampa FAA Flight Standards districts. John is a ASC Staff member, Production
Crew Member, and member of the Speakers Bureau.

In this presentation, John Malecki addresses the incipient accident of “Controlled Flight Into Terrain.” Just
when you think everything is fine…. Stop! What’s Wrong? Don’t miss this wake up call!




“Flight Instructor Multi Engine Operations”
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Larry Enlow, is an FAA, Aviation Safety Inspector (ASI), assigned to the Orlando, Flight Standards District Office.
He is the Managing Inspector of the Orlando FSDO Designated Pilot Examiner Program, and a member of the
Orlando FSDO Flight Instructor “Special Emphasis Team.” Larry holds Airline Transport Pilot and Gold Seal
Flight Instructor Certificates. He has accumulated 11,000 plus hours of flight time as a pilot, and has given 8,000
plus hours of flight instruction.

Larry will address Flight Instruction in Multi Engine Aircraft. He will cover information that could improve the
safety of operation in multi engine aircraft for the multi engine applicant and flight instructor. Don’t miss “Flight
Instructor Multi Engine Operations”




“Engine Failure and Survival in 10 Easy Steps”
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Mr. Diego Alfonso is the President of the Florida Flight Instructor Association. Diego is a “mover and shaker”, a
team player, a leader, and a tremendous positive influence on this district’s Aviation Safety Program! Diego will
be speaking at this year’s Sun ‘n Fun FAA Forum. His presentation is: “Engine Failure and Survival in 10 Easy
Steps”.

This ten step method addresses anticipating and dealing with an engine failure in different scenarios. Complete
power failure, partial power failure, high altitude failure, low altitude failure, failure right after takeoff, and while
performing procedures and maneuvers. Being prepared to make the right decisions is the key to survival.
“Weather To Go or Not”
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Mr. Steve Brady is a veteran flight instructor who has worked in Florida for the last 19 years. Steve is a two-time
recipient of the Orlando Flight Standards District Office Flight Instructor of the year award. . Steve is a Designated
Pilot Examiner authorized to conduct initial CFI-Airplane practical tests. Steve is an active Aviation Safety Coun-
selor, member of the FAA Production Crew, and a board member of the Florida Aviation Safety Foundation who
frequently speaks on behalf of aviation safety.

Steve’s presentation “Weather To Go or Not” is unique approach of preparing for any flight will enlighten you
to the aspects of Safe Weather Flying. With all the latest technology available to pilots, you will learn how to
simplify the data and use the services that many don’t know exists. SUMMER flying in Florida, is it safe?, “You
Bet!” Come see Steve, and find out how.
                               FAA Production Studios
                        FAASTEAM National Resource Center
                           Lakeland Linder Regional Airport
                      4425 Sun ‘n Fun Drive • Lakeland, FL 33811
                          863-647-3434 • Fax 863-647-3058
                                      A Joint Effort of
                           The National Aviation Safety Foundation
                              FAA Safety Program FAASTeam
www.faaproductionstudios.com • www.faasafety.gov • www.nationalaviationsafetyfoundation.org

				
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