Meeting Archive:
Cleared for Takeoff

The Chart Clinic Confidential webinar "Cleared for Takeoff" will be available for download from our website at

Meeting Description:

Ever wonder what the ARP is or how runway incursion hotspots are identified? Be sure to check out Chart Clinic Confidential - Cleared for Takeoff, a Jeppesen webinar for this, and more!

In this first of a webinar series, you’ll get detailed info on airport diagrams, including how charts are indexed, revision and effective dates, lighting, usable runway lengths, alternate and takeoff minimums and more.

A Q&A session with chart experts will also be available.

Date: Thu, May 15, 2014
Time: 11:00 AM MDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Mike Pound
 Presenter Information
Mike Pound
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Mike Pound is a former flight instructor and business aviation pilot. He’s flown a variety of different aircraft including a B-58 Baron, Cessna 414 and the B-200 King Air. Mike has been in the aviation field for more than 25 years.

As a kid, flying is the one thing Mike always wanted to do. During college, he decided to make his dream a reality and become a pilot.

Nathan Kurth
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Nathan Kurth has been flying for 14 years, in nine different aircraft with more than 1,600 hours of flight time logged. He holds commercial, multi-engine, instrument and single-engine land ratings.

His love for aviation started as a kid watching A-10s near his home and continued by attending air shows, airports and building model airplanes.  Nathan graduated from Metropolitan State College in Denver with an Aerospace Science Degree.

Emmy Jacobson
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Emmy has been flying for 18 years and holds commercial, single and multi-engine land and instrument ratings as well as an advanced ground instructor certificate. She has nearly 300 hours logged and has flown the Cessna 152 and 172, and Piper Seminole.

Emmy grew up with aviation as a part of her daily life and has always had a love for airplanes and aviation and has been flying since the age of 17.

Craig Thighe
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Craig Thighe has been flying for more than 15 years and has flown in more than 150 different aircraft with 3,500 total flight hours logged. He is a CFI, CFII, MEI, ATP and holds an HS-125 type rating. Craig is also a Designated Pilot Examiner (DPE) and Gold Seal Flight Instructor. Craig experienced his first flight at the age of 15 and was hooked after that.