If you are reading this article then there are chances that you aspire to become a pilot. No need to worry, becoming a pilot is not as difficult as it seems like. We are going to discuss some important points before you register yourself for a Flight training school. The basic requirement to qualify for … Read more
UPDATE: Unfortunately tomorrow’s cold front passage around 10:00am makes it impossible to have our Young Eagles event. Low cloud ceilings, strong wind and rain showers are all in the forecast. The 3/31 Y.E. event is therefore canceled. The next Young Eagles event on our schedule is in August but we will be looking to possibly … Read more
Instrument Approach Brief should be short, sweet and to the point. Many pilots pay too much emphasis, on the wrong items, overlooking the real items that matter.
Is Flying Once Per Week Enough? You live in New York City, and you been bitten by the flying bug. Your new goal is to earn a private pilot certificate. In 2017 according to the U.S. Civil Airmen Statistics, there were 149,121 active Student Pilots and 162,455 active private pilots. Those numbers also include foreign pilots … Read more
How to Become an Airline Pilot New York? Becoming a Career Pilot First Comes Private Pilot, then Comes Career The first step to becoming a professional pilot is to earn a Private Pilot License License in a Single-Engine Airplane. With a Private Pilot Certificate, you can fly an airplane as a hobby, only fly in … Read more
How to get a Private Pilot License New York? The steps you take to earn your private pilot’s license Stage 1: Pre-Solo – Expect to spend about 18 hrs flight training and 13 hrs ground time with instructor.* Phase 1: Learning Your Airplane- In this phase you learn what makes your airplane fly, how to … Read more
How to Set Up for Instrument Approach Free Consultation Login Training on How to Set Up for Instrument Approach Enroute to Approach segment. Depending on your altitude you should pick up the ATIS/AWOS about 40-50nm away from your destination. If you have an airplane with ADSB, you can look at the METAR, and looking the … Read more