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Both industry and government have worked to ensure that Cirrus pilots don’t know the score. A while back the instrument rating requirements were drastically reduced making the rating both less expensive and potentially more lethal.This was in response to pressure from general aviation interests, especially AOPA.I recall when the Cirrus first came out, one of the principals said that product liability was not going to be a problem for them because the airplane would be so safe.Since that time the NTSB shows 80 fatal Cirrus accidents in its database.If you buy into the fact that an airframe parachute gives a pilot one last but extremely valuable option, Cirrus pilots have that.What they don’t seem to have is common sense and that is our collective fault.

That relates to weather flying like the airlines do.After work, and after darkness set in, he flew an IFR trip to an airport located in rough terrain. This was a relatively inexperienced pilot and you can read between the lines of the NTSB report and contemplate several things.To me it is likely that there was some sort of distraction or confusion that caused the pilot to lose control. Autopilots have been known to cause confusion if not used correctly.If you take at face value the benefit of type-specific training, Cirrus pilots have that.If you accept that glass cockpits give a pilot many valuable informational tools, Cirrus pilots have that.

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