There are two classes of Airspace: Uncontrolled airspace Class G is the only uncontrolled airspace Uncontrolled airspace is airspace in which ATC is not authorized to provide separation services for IFR flights Controlled airspace All other classes of airspace Some applicants believe Class E is Uncontrolled because they are not required to be under ATC […]
I’ve always been amazed by the BRS whole airplane parachute. Here is a great article that just came out which addresses the system, the costs, and why they are beneficial. http://www.flyingmag.com/technique/proficiency/brs-benefits-whole-airplane-parachute-systems?page=0,0&dom=fb
There are more and more videos popping up of pilots who happened to be filming when an emergency happens. I ran across such footage on youtube of a fella flying a X-Air standard in Australia I believe. His engine quit at 300′ feet and he had to make an off airport landing. Though he came […]
I have a few students who have a tough time speaking correctly over the radio and using the right terms at the right time. It’s a simple process but seems to always be confusing at the start, or even confusing if you never really learned it properly. Here is a great guide I found online. […]
This Piper Cub had a very hard landing after the 18 year old pilot experienced engine problems and didn’t put it down soft enough. Looks like he walked away fine though. Hopefully he didn’t face plant with the instrument panel.
The cross country training requirement for sport pilots is quite simple. It requires 2 hours of cross-country dual flight training. That’s easy enough. Then it requires a simple solo cross country trip. This is usually something to be accomplished towards the end of your training when you are getting ready to take the practical exam […]
Here is a great article I found on good wheel landing technique. http://bellanca-championclub.com/WheelLandings.html
Posted By: Hal Bryan Posted: 7/9/2010 21:12:16 This is the end result of what happened, when I tried to teach myself how to fly an Ultralight with only 16 hours of experience in a Cessna 150. Tail dragger in addition. This was a great little plane and those who flew it loved it! I had […]
For those studying to get their Sport Pilot license or even Private Pilot, you need to know this stuff like the back of your hand. You should have all the information in this video well memorized.
This past weekend I took some photos of the plane we use out here at Chester.