Category: Learning To Fly

Light Sport Aircraft

Big Excitement, Small Plane: Everything You Need to Know about Light-Sport Aircraft

Not too long ago, light-sport aircrafts (LSA) were viewed with suspicion, mainly because of the reputation they’ve gained in the 1970s. During that period, due to precarious designs and numerous accidents, light-sport aircrafts were considered dangerous, a toy for amateur pilots.

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Fighter Jet Pilots

10 Leadership Tips from Fighter Jet Pilots

Being a great leader is not something you simply have but rather something you have to work on constantly. Amazing leadership skills come with time, dedication and intention. There’s nothing as amazing as some great leadership tips. And if they’re coming from fighter pilots, then they have no chance but to rule all the way. […]

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When was your first flight?

When was your first flight?  What aircraft was it in and where is that aircraft now?  Where was it and how did it feel? My first flight was in a Bell 47D1 helicopter in the mid 1960s.  My parents owned some land in Wales.  The land wasn’t of much use for farming and it was […]

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Trial Aerobatic Flights

Have you had any trial aerobatic flights?  If not, then I would suggest that it’s something you should try even if it’s just once.  It should be on your bucket list.  It’s one of those experiences that will stay with you forever. For student or qualified pilots [easyazon_link identifier=”0954481402″ locale=”UK” tag=”loveair-21″]aerobatics[/easyazon_link] can be a tutor […]

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It’s Never Been Easier To Study PPL Groundschool

Years ago there were only two ways in which a person could study the PPL groundschool subjects for the Private Pilot’s Licence; you had to either attend a class or read the manuals and text books. Classroom learning was and still is either a group of students with an Flying Instructor or one to one […]

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