Frequent Cirrus right-seaters need to understand and prepare for the unlikely eventuality that the pilot may become incapacitated during a flight. Partner-in-Command are held during COPA Migration, in conjunction with most CPPP courses, and occasionally at other times.

Frequent Cirrus right-seaters need to understand and prepare for the unlikely eventuality that the pilot may become incapacitated during a flight. The material covers much more than simply “pull the CAPS handle”. Does your partner know how to talk on the radio - even if isolated on the audio panel? What to say? How to squawk 7700? How to find and activate the ELT from the right seat? How to help a choking victim? How to recognize and react to Carbon Monoxide poisoning? Hypoxia? How to use the autopilot to steer to a CAPS-suitable area? What to do on the way down? After landing? These are among the many topics covered in the seminar, aided by a beautiful set of panel photographs for home reference, and a booklet that also serves as a checklist for use in an emergency.

Partner-in-Command are held during COPA Migration, in conjunction with most CPPP courses, and occasionally at other times.