September 19 (Wed) 7:00pm NTSB Case Studies

Event Date: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 7:00pm

Good pilots are always learning. The unfortunate accidents that do occur leave behind opportunities for us to learn and should not be wasted.  







Join Michael Huhn, an Air Safety Investigator for the NTSB, as he will present cases and the lessons learned  This will be a great opportunity and privilege to hear information from the source and a seminar you do not want to miss. Michael’s territory covers the entire western United States and he will be presenting cases from a variety of circumstances.


Michael has 24 years experience in aviation safety & accident investigation. He is currently an Air Safety Investigator for the NTSB.  He also has 13 years as Air Safety Investigator for the Air Line Pilots Assoc (ALPA) and a BS in Aeronautical Engineering with 15 years in engineering design, aerodynamics, and flight test positions including

o Douglas Aircraft (commercial airliners)

o Northrop Aircraft (F-18)

o Rockwell International (Space Shuttle)

He is an instrument rated Private Pilot who Own & operates a Cessna 182 and holds a Mechanic certificate with an A&P rating.

Michael will also be speaking at the Bayflight 2018 conference on 10.27.18 at which time he will focus on bay area mishaps.


This event qualifies for FAA Wings credit.

Any questions, contact us at (650) 946-1700 or

San Carlos Flight Center has created BAY FLIGHT 2018, an aviation conference for SF Bay Area pilots interested in staying current about the latest topics in aviation, learning new skills and techniques, and hearing from leaders in the field and will be held on Oct 27, 2018 (

San Carlos Flight Center is committed to promoting safety in general aviation through our evening safety seminar programs. Space is often limited so it is important to sign up early through the FAA event notification system at FAASAFETY.GOV. SCFC members may choose to watch the seminar live over the web at home. Contact your SCFC member service rep at (650) 946-1700 to confirm secure online access to any particular seminar.