Engine failure. a pilot's nightmare

Last Update: December 03, 2019

A pilot's worst nightmare...engine failure on takeoff!

  • We're trained for it, but it's always in the back of your mind on every takeoff.
  • Altitude, altitude is the key to survival. Get the plane up to altitude as quickly as possible.
  • At WA, the critical part is the beginning.
  • Doing the training can be daunting and tempting to quit before you begin.
  • Posting the first blog can be traumatic!
  • The thought of building a website can strike fear in your heart!

Okay, we survived the takeoff. We're well into our lessons... learning... doing... feeling better about everything.

Got the first blog done... chose our niche... got our keywords picked out.

Smell the roses... we're past the danger... quitting is no longer an option.

We sprung for Black Friday and locked in a full year at a phenominal price.

No longer worried about takeoff, or engine failure. Get out the wheelbarrow... going to have to get one to go to the bank with our earnings!

Joe

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megawinner Premium
What a great comparison. Lesson learned. The danger is the right gear of training, the right runway to our goals and the quality of the engine to take us far and high and that is if we don't pay attention to WA Training.
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Joes946 Premium
Thanks
Joe
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megawinner Premium
:)
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LenkaSophie Premium
Perfect, Joe! Let's smell the roses! I feel I'm past the danger having purchased yearly premium :)
Lenka
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JamboPepper Premium
Great post Joe and thank you for sharing it. I am currently in the air and gaining altitude but still worried about engine failure - Black Friday wasn't an option for me. I'm determined to keep flying though, even if the engine stutters, I will find a way to restart it.
All the best
Jamie
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Joes946 Premium
Don't be discouraged Jamie. Take the lemons and make lemonade! Keep climbing.
Joe
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JamboPepper Premium
Thanks Joe, your support is really appreciated :)
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Aussiemuso Premium
Nice to get past the engine failure part Joe.
You are a brave man.
I love flying.

Lily 😊
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Joes946 Premium
Soar now LIly, soar!
Joe
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Stanleycmng Premium
Yes, indeed. Gotta get it right and avoid engine failure.

- Stanley
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