A central theme running through recurrent pilot training involves dealing with emergencies. At least once a year, we train, practice and hone our skills and knowledge of managing emergency situations. We know how to abort a takeoff, troubleshoot an electrical system failure, or deal with a failed engine. But what if a knock comes on the cockpit door, and a distressed passenger says his partner just keeled over in the cabin? That's probably not a scenario you've rehearsed, and you might not ...

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