Learning to fly is so EASY.
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Learning to fly is so EASY.

Taking to the sky is not for everyone. Think about it before blowing your hard earned.
4.3 (9 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
2,780 students enrolled
Last updated 2/2020
English
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  • 6.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • A greater understanding of how to fly an aircraft properly.
Requirements
  • You will need a computer, a joystick and flight sim software. Rudder pedals are recommended but not essential.
Description

Learning to fly is so easy if you have what it takes. Everyone who wants to fly has their own reasons. In this course we look at many different aspects of flying.  Paying the flying school is the hard part. With my courses you will understand what it all entails. It will help you evaluate whether you have what it takes or not without wasting thousands in cash. Get yourself a joystick and rudder pedals for your PC and follow me. 

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone training to pass a pilots licence.
Course content
Expand 50 lectures 06:37:02
+ Introduction
50 lectures 06:37:02

I find aerobatics loads of fun. One day with enough practice I may even get good.

Preview 06:02
Gibraltar
03:29

The Cessna 172 is like a family car, with 4 seats. The best aircraft in the world, because it is easy to fly, safe and the best seller EVER.

Preview 03:15

Before going out and lashing away thousands in hard earned cash, ask yourself this question, WHY do I want to learn to fly? Am I serious or is it a passing mood?

Preview 07:13

Looking at the aircraft controls. This is a basic aircraft. but all aircraft are basically the same ...but they are all different.. a bit like people.

Easy steps explaining what is going on without blowing your mind.
09:05

How to take off and land in a much shorter distance than normal.

Preview 04:33

Feature from the Tornado GR4 world tour 2018. Google it.

Moving onto other more advanced aircraft.
07:52
Landing at Adelaide.
04:19
Landing in the rain at Auckland NZ.
13:11

Nailing the correct airspeed for landing is critical, here the pilot lands slightly too slow and sinks onto the runway inducing a huge and embarrassing bounce.

BOUNCING
04:05
F35B VTOL
04:56
Learning to fly the new F35B
14:14
Hovering in the F35B
14:14
Tucarno
03:49
I am still learning to Hover the F35B in Kathmandu.
04:31
What is the best aircraft in the world to learn to fly in?
08:27
Hovering in the F35B and using a slab of tarmac as an aircraft carrier deck.
03:50
Chilling out and enjoying low flying
03:41
F35B VTOL at LXGB Gibraltar
01:58

With flying there are always new challenges. I am constantly pushing myself to learn more.

The Lockheed Martin F35 landing Gibraltar 004
01:59
F35B LXGB to GMTN
02:59
Heads Up Display
13:49
Steep Decent using air brakes into Gibraltar from over 30,000ft
04:36
Who needs runways and airports anymore?
01:31
Learning to fly the new F35B
02:41
Inverted low pass.
03:34

PPL pilots generally want to progress onto multi engine craft.

Basic Twin engine craft intro
03:24

Intro to flying a basic twin engine aircraft.

Twin engine start up and take off.
10:29

When you fly too slow one wing will stall sending you into a spin, when you fly fast and pull to hard you can also stall a wing.

Spinning fast jets
10:03
Learning to use the radio part 2
02:04
Learning to use the radio part 3
05:16
Learning to use the radio part 4 Touch and goes.
13:25
F-35B landing on Aircraft Carrier.
08:58
Hover Taxi F35B Gibraltar
03:37

Now this is a very easy aircraft to fly.

Hawk T1 Las Vegas
18:18
Choppers are easy too.
00:04
You should be able to crack hovering in 6 hours
03:57
Where else can you do this for free?
02:24

Hawker Hurricane is one of my favourite aircraft to fly.

Gibraltar Dawn
06:59
Formation Flying.
10:44
Red Bull in Gibraltar.
04:18
Extra 330SC
21:10

Malta became a British colony in 1815, serving as a way station for ships and the headquarters for the British Mediterranean Fleet. It played an important role in the Allied war effort during the Second World War, and was subsequently awarded the George Cross for its bravery in the face of an Axis siege. The British Parliament passed the Malta Independence Act in 1964, giving Malta independence from the United Kingdom as the State of Malta, with Queen Elizabeth II as its head of state and queen. The country became a republic in 1974. It has been a member state of the Commonwealth of Nations and the United Nations since independence, and joined the European Union in 2004; it became part of the eurozone monetary union in 2008.

Formation flying gas turbine twin.
19:12
OV 10 Bronco.
05:04
Hesketh manoeuvre on take off
03:26
Helicopter North Wales in low viz
45:30
Helicopter hovering practice.
26:45