Where to go, What to do with a Pilot License

May 28, 2008

Things to do with a Pilot LicenseFlying opens up so many opportunities that some new pilots seem to have difficulty deciding where to fly once they earn their license.  Here are some ideas to get you up: 

  • Practice a new skill.  Even if you are not formally studying for a new certification, you can practice new techniques.  Ever flown into class B or the holding pattern around a neighboring airport VOR? 
  • Touch up some old skills.  See how close you can get to your exact touchdown aim point.  Visit a grass strip and put that soft field training to use.  Sharpen self-evaluation and judgment skills.  Upgrade your ability to judge and fly in four seasons weather.
  • Make it a date.  Take up your significant other just before dark and watch the beautiful sunset from the best place possible. If you are a morning person, the sunrise is just as spectacular. It is very romantic to see the sun’s colors in the sky.
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Keep Your Pilot License Current with the FAA

May 19, 2008

Did you know pilots, are required to update their address with the FAA within 30 days after you move – know how to advise them of a change? 

You are required to carry your license any time you fly – what would you do if you lost it?  This article covers all the details.

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How to get a Private Pilot’s License

May 19, 2008

This basic license allows you to fly single-engine aircraft and carry passengers; it is the foundation for more advanced instrument, commercial and professional pilot licenses. Many people do not know all the steps or realize that that they have options to fit many different approaches, learning styles and goals.

You must be at least 17 years old and read, speak and understand English. Meet these criteria, and you´re ready to start.

Beyond that, follow these 10 easy steps to a Private Pilot License:

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Top Gun Tips to Instantly Fly Better

May 19, 2008

results graphPilot training, and piloting itself by necessity, teach and reinforce positive habits. This book explores flying advice from Top Gun pilots that share valuable advice for any current or aspiring pilot. Even includes a checklist to ensure you bring the right habits with you to the airport.

Their advice is not limited to licensed and student pilots. Get this book and reap positive benefits as a pilot and in all aspects of your life.

This $29.95 value – is yours free.

Pilot Training Kits Available

May 19, 2008

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Is your FAR/AIM Current

May 19, 2008

results graphIf it’s a paper copy the answer is almost always no. Why Jeppeson, King, ASA and other publishers pick October to release their paper copies of these most important pilot publications is somewhat difficult to understand. The main section of the FAR (CFR Title 14) is updated 1 January each year and the AIM is updated with a change about every 6 months. AIM Manual is typically released off cycle to the FAR. So, typically, after less than 3 months, most of the book is obsolete and after 4-5 months, the only current section in the whole book is CFR Title 49, on accident reporting and flight schools.

Break the cycle. Get the latest FAR/AIM in electronic versions at reduced cost and it will be current when you get it and will stay current with our update service. It is searchable and indexed. It will also include many sections that the paper books never publish. All our kits get free updates for 1 year.

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May 18, 2008

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