Learning to fly is so EASY.
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- A greater understanding of how to fly an aircraft properly.
- You will need a computer, a joystick and flight sim software. Rudder pedals are recommended but not essential.
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.
- Anyone training to pass a pilots licence.
I find aerobatics loads of fun. One day with enough practice I may even get good.
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.
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?
How to take off and land in a much shorter distance than normal.
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