Flying Technologically Advanced Aircraft can have Difficult Moments
What if you are flying a Technologically Advanced Aircraft approaching 120 knots in icing conditions down to minimums? That’s where we come in. We want you to feel confident you have the knowledge and skills to handle the approach safely and efficiently.
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Flight school instructors typically only teach the basics to get pilots past the checkride. Handling trickier situations in flight can be difficult. What if you are flying a Technologically Advanced Aircraft approaching 120 knots in icing conditions down to minimums? That’s where we come in. We want you to feel confident you have the knowledge and skills to handle the approach safely and efficiently.
Because Technologically Advanced Aircrafts fly faster, particularly turboprop or turbofan airplanes, and has more information available, the pilots need to be able to make accurate decisions in a timely manner. Especially during difficult situations.
Lack of real-world experience
Unless pilots frequently fly to different airports in different weather conditions, they probably only possess the skills to handle their regular airport in good weather. Our instructors, on the other hand, fly to various places in the US in all types of weather conditions: icing-Approaches down to minimums-around thunderstorms. They know what techniques to call upon and how to control their Technologically Advanced Aircraft properly.
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