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How To Select The Best Flight Instructor

Posted on April 18, 2023 by Peter Rogers
Probably the most important aspects of your flight instruction is your flight instructor.Before you start your own flight training you need to make sure that your own flight instructor is someone who you will definitely get along with and learn from easily.This really is extremely important.When you are deciding who to employ as your flight instructor, you need to have a couple of questions that you have written down to take together with you...

Learning to Fly

Posted on January 19, 2023 by Peter Rogers
When we first start learning how to fly, the Knowledge bucket is just as full as we have made it.(Actually, at the start of flight training, the Knowledge bucket may be almost empty!) If we have studied hard, listened and taken notes during all our earth classes, and dedicated most of it into memory, our Knowledge bucket fills up steadily.We can readily understand the bucket filling, and this encourages us to study harder, learn more, and continually fill that bucket...

How to Get the Best Rates on Flight Bookings

Posted on December 18, 2022 by Peter Rogers
Need to book yourself a flight but not sure where to start? Then perhaps this article is for you.What I'm discussing here is the simple principles about booking flights, particularly booking flights online that could save you lots of money.So whether you're a flight booking novice or a seasoned traveller, it's definitely worth reading on to see if there's hardly any money saving tips which you can use next time you should book a flight...

How to Fly Stress Free

Posted on November 2, 2022 by Peter Rogers
If you're one particular individuals who gets consumed with stress by the complete notion of flying then it is time to get a fresh perspective on the artwork of stress free flights.Many people get anxious as it pertains to flights but there are several actions you can take to help make the journey painless even though maybe not enjoyable, at least more bearable.Coming to the AirportFirstly be sure to reach the Airport in the required time...

Airfares - That Suits Your Budget

Posted on October 6, 2022 by Peter Rogers
In simple, airfare may be the fare charged by airline from the travelers.The airlines offer better prices to those that book their seats beforehand.The airline must make proper estimation of amount of people and luggage on a flight.The fares varies from spot to place.Here will be the two main ways by which you'll get a discounted airfare.The initial one would be to stay static in touch with the airlines...

Don't Fly Unless You Use This Checklist!

Posted on September 1, 2022 by Peter Rogers
Before each flight, you execute a preflight inspection of the aircraft you will be going to fly in.You ensure that it's airworthy, legal and safe to try the skies.That's an important step that you need to never, ever skip.Another item to be sure of is one which might not maintain your aircraft checklist.That item is you.Make sure that before each flight you review the checklist.This tends to just be sure to are just as airworthy and safe as your plane...

Fear of Flying

Posted on May 12, 2022 by Peter Rogers
There are some fears in life that defy reasoning.Fear of spiders may be one, anxiety about lifts is another, and perhaps a anxiety about flying is another.Everyday, thousands of aeroplanes take off around the world, carrying millions of travellers safely to their destination.Flying is among the safest, if not the safest, type of travel available.It is far more secure than getting in the car, yet more than one third of the population still survey a fear of flying...

The Quickest Way to Get a Flying License

Posted on April 19, 2022 by Peter Rogers
Sport Pilots can be trained and qualified to fly in Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) such as airplanes, weight-shift aircraft, powered parachutes, gliders, and lighter-than-air (airships or balloons).The Experimental Aircraft Association also believes that gyroplanes will shortly be contained in the LSA category, making a total of six distinct forms of aircraft that the sport pilot could command.The minimum qualifications for getting a sport pilot are that the applicant be 16 years of age to start training (or 14 years for gliders), and at least 17 years old to be eligible to take the licensing test (16 for gliders)...

False Alarms

Posted on February 19, 2022 by Peter Rogers
Everybody has heard the story of the boy that cried wolf.In Search and Rescue, we have a very similar situation involving ELTs (Emergency Locator Transmitters).The ELT is a excellent device designed to provide a timely response to a critical, potentially life-threatening, situation.But most ELT activations are false alarms, whereas many actual emergencies lead to no activation of the ELT.As backward as this may seem, it's true...

Aviation's Hypersonic Challenge

Posted on December 11, 2021 by Peter Rogers
Almost 60 years ago, the sound barrier was thought impossible to pass.Yet soon after the X-1's victory, programs were already in the works to take us beyond Mach 1 and to supersonic flight (Mach 1- Mach 5).But to cross another barrier of hypersonic flight (any speed greater than Mach 5), drastic problems would have to be over come in design, propulsion, and building materials that were presently unavailable...

Flight Plan

Posted on October 27, 2021 by Peter Rogers
If you are going to a country lying in the distant part of the world from your house, you are most want to take plane, if your trip isn't sea cruise.Plane is the fastest and the easiest way to reach your point of destination, but sometimes not the cheapest one.If you are traveling in your country boundaries or your way leads to the neighboring state, usually you have a choice of transport means - train, bus, plane - or even car...

Jet Lag - In-flight Tips

Posted on June 1, 2021 by Peter Rogers
The secret to combating jet lag, and arriving at your destination with little or no jet lag, lies in sound preparation well in advance of your date of travel.This, however, is only the foundation of your"anti jet lag" plan and all of your sound preparatory work will be wasted if you do not also make sure that you follow a sensible routine during your flight.Here are just five of the many things that you can do throughout your flight to reduce, or eliminate, the effects of jet lag:Make certain that you get adequate rest...

Travel Tips:Tips for Safer flying

Posted on October 3, 2020 by Peter Rogers
Flying can be an adventure, but like everything else in life, there are small risks.Despite the fact that flying is the safest way to travel in this modern age, here are some tips to minimize any unfortunate, but unlikely event of an emergency situation.Try to only fly nonstop routingsTakeoff, climb, descent, and landing phases of flights have the most occurrences of accidents.To decrease these risks decrease the amount of exposure to these phases of flight by trying only to fly nonstop...

5 Tips for Stress Free Long Haul Flights

Posted on August 15, 2020 by Peter Rogers
The world is becoming smaller by the day.Flying long haul to distant locations for business or pleasure is becoming increasingly more popular.There are more aircraft, more airports to fly to and more people ready to spend half a day or more in the air.It's quite simply easier and cheaper than it used to be fly long haul.Unfortunately, the experience of traveling to another side of the world can frequently be a stressful and exhausting affair, especially for the uninitiated or unprepared...