Press Release

A Revolutionary Idea –
Advanced Pilot Training in High-Performance Aircraft

October 10, 2012

Mojave, CA

Flight simulators are a very popular and cost-effective option for training pilots. However, lack of experience in the actual aircraft can have its limitations. Between 1999 & 2008 there were 32 accidents and over 2000 fatalities from these accidents. The most common cause of fatal accidents was loss of control of the aircraft.

Properly trained pilots can recognize and properly recover a loss of control incident.  Training pilots to recover from unusual attitudes, spins and stalls in high performance aircraft, including jets and turbine aircraft is a specialty of Flight Research, Inc.
Flight Research is offering a white paper that had been presented at a Bombardier Safety Stand Down. Visitors to their website can download “The Flight Envelope – What Every Professional Needs to Know to Survive an Upset” by Shawn C. Roberts.  To obtain the free white paper, visit  and enter your contact information.
Instructors are all former military flight instructors with thousands of hours of experience.  Some are also former astronauts, test pilot school graduates, combat veterans and test pilot school instructors.


Aircraft used include the MB-326 jet trainer, Sabreliner, DHC-1 Chipmunk, T-67 Firefly and NDN-IT Turbine Firefly.


The course duration is 2 to 4 days depending on customer requirements and can usually be done over a weekend at our training facility in Mojave, CA.


stall, stall training, upset training,

Flight research gives pilots experience with spins and stalls in high-performance aircraft


About Flight Research

Flight Research is an aerospace company active in the advanced flight training and flight test world since its founding in 1981.  With a fleet of more than 35 aircraft ranging from supersonic fighters to single & twin turbo aircraft, piston engine aircraft & helicopters Flight Research business focus is in three separate but interrelated areas: Advanced Flight Training; Flight Test Services; and Defense Contractor Services.


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