For the first video on this channel, I decided to give my suggestions on how to get started on the journey to obtaining a private pilot certificate. A journey that I am currently on and will remain on until I get the number one thing needed for pilot training. MONEY! feel free to comment and tell me your ideas on what kind of general aviation videos to put up here. I have had one good suggestion of putting aerobatic videos up. I will be doing that later when the air show rolls into town. whoa…. this is WAY to much to put in a description. I'm sorry! just remember when commenting that negative comments are just public displays of personal insecurity and cowardly behavior. If you did not like my video, then just leave and find some way to calm yourself down
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Cost for Commercial Helicopter Pilot? Video response to the question what is the cost to become a Commercial Helicopter Pilot. How hard are you willing to Study Helicopter Flight? Frequency of Helicopter Flying. So many factors involved in how much your Helicopter Training will cost!
Are there ways to save money on the Flight Training Cost? The answer is yes, absolutely!
Our Past Student Jeff Kasza save a ton of money on his Commercial Helicopter Training by going to California and going along in a News Helicopter to build time. And that was the priceless Helicopter Turbine Time!
Helicopter Ferry Flights is another way to save money on your Helicopter Training! You will have to do the leg work to find these things, but they are out there!
Bottom line if you want to be a Helicopter Pilot, you can get there!
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Jedi 82 finally takes his skills and puts them to the test on a private pilot check ride on his Apollo 45 (45th flying hour)!
Factors affecting fuel consumption. Golden State Flying Club, San Diego. Learn to fly with us.
This free sample on Steep Turns is a small part of our two and a half hour video showing you how to perform all of the takeoffs, landings and flight maneuvers for the Private Pilot practical test. We use real HD in-flight video and animation to make everything clear, precise, and easy to understand. You'll also see that we don't use fillers that waste your time. Just what you need to do and know to fly the right way and pass your flight test with ease. For more information and to get the complete Private Pilot product, visit our website at flighttrainingapps.com.
Presented by Andy Munnis DPE, and McAir Aviation the "Private Pilot Check Ride" covers most everything he looks for during the Private Check Ride and the most common mistakes make by applicants.
Me doing my PPL Flight training.
Practicing slow flight, seep turns, stalls (with flaps and clean).
Take off from Van Nuys airport, than flight over the mounties towards Santa Monica, Practice over the shore, flight back and landing. Feel free to leave comments and ratings. The Plane is a Cessna 172
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This is the firs episode about my flying school !
Is a little introduction to the flight basics and more.
Only for aviation fans!
Music by : Thomas Bergersen
I'm a licensed pilot!! Since getting my private pilot kit from Gleim in May of 2012 and my first flight lesson in July 2012 to my checkride on June 25, 2014, it's been a long, well-spent journey to achieve my private pilot's license at the age of 18. Such a rewarding industry aviation is. I wouldn't give anything up for it.
To describe a little bit on checkride day, it began on June 25, 2014. The trek began to Greenwood, SC. I finished the IACRA application and the FAA Form 8710-1 (as a backup), collected my current AF/D and sectional, grabbed the maintenance logs, and made sure I had everything else needed for my checkride before we left the ground in Gainesville, GA. We arrived at Greenwood with about an hour to spare for me to relax a bit. The examiner showed up about 10 minutes late and we immediately began the paperwork and went straight into the oral exam. After panicking over this for the past week, I nailed it. As we finished, he said, "You made that look easy. Now, are you ready to fly?" A sigh of relief passed as we walked out to the plane and I began to pre-flight the aircraft. We climbed into the plane and made final checks. First embarrassing mistake of the day which I can attribute to being pretty nervous, I forget to turn the mags to both and begin cranking the engine. It took me a second to realize my mistake and quickly fixed it. The rest of the flight went uneventfully. He didn't say a word during the flight except to tell me to perform the maneuvers. I knocked out item after item on his checklist and greased the landings. I taxied in and shut down the engine; waiting for a thumbs up, he said, "You made that easy on me. Congratulations." We walked inside to finalize everything and get my temporary certificate printed. Smiles on the faces of both my CFI and my own, we made the trip home.
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Avicii – Wake Me Up
Air Traffic Control recordings from LiveATC.net.