Tag: Landing

unusual Cockpit landing Airport Nürnberg [PILOT’S VIEW] – steep approach RWY 28

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short approach – short video 😉
climb into the cockpit of this Cessna 172 and enjoy this short approach 😉
on downwind for runway 28 in (EDDN) we were advised to do a short approach. Always exciting with a sharper turn into the final. The landing wasn't one of my smoothest though… 😉
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WHAT DO PILOT LICENSES MEAN?

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How about some basic aviation information or tutorial? Today I will talk simple about different pilot licenses. I will explain what is private, commercial and airline transport pilot licenses are. I will also say who issue regulatory requirements and so on.

Let me know if basic aviation information is interesting and I will tell more.

Emergency Transponder Codes and Mayday – Private Pilot Lesson 2d

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Private Pilot Biennial Flight Review In Diamond DA-40 (2013)

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Here are a few highlights from my recent Private Pilot Biennial flight review. This was the first time using the FAA WINGS program which I would highly recommend to anyone continuing your flight training and to stay proficient. The minimum FAA requirements are 1 hour ground instruction and 1 hour flight instruction. Using the WINGS program you can work at your own pace and take the courses online (Free) until you meet your ground requirement. Then, all you need to do is the flight portion which in my case consisted of most all of the flight maneuvers you did on your Private checkride. We did: Slow flight, MCA turns, hood work simulating IMC, Stalls power on & off, engine out, soft short field landings, go arounds, unusual attitudes just to name a few.

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Bi-Ennial Flight Review – Private Pilot Land

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This is my bi-ennial flight review on a very hot day in the summer of 2012. I hope this helps some pilots that have to do their bi-annual to remind them about the process.

Lessons learned! Be well rested. I wasn't. Practice the maneuvers a few days before your review. I didn't so I was rusty. But most important thing! Have some fun!

VOR Flying a Couse – Private Pilot – Lesson 13b

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V Speeds -Private Pilot – Lesson 6c

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Cockpit Management (Private Pilot Lesson 1j)

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Slips – Private Pilot Lesson 4 b

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Crosswind Component Chart – Private Pilot – Lesson 7b

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