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Weeks 5 & 6 - Principles of Flight

I’m writing this post at the end of the 6th week meaning we have completed the teaching for module 1 (1/4 of the way through ground school!). 255 more words

BTN LiveBIG: Purdue helps flight students with disabilities soar on wings of confidence

Just a few years ago, Wes Major didn’t know he could fly. The Wilmington, Del., native lost the use of his legs in a motorcycle accident at the age of 20, and his dream of learning how to pilot an aircraft seemed like something that would be forever out of reach. 624 more words

Commercial Pilot

It was almost exactly two years ago that I took my private pilot flight test. I don’t think I could possibly have been more nervous. I remember going through the oral part and thinking I was so clueless, having trouble finding things in the reference books, getting confused on reading markings on the navigational charts, second guessing myself. 640 more words


Auburn Launches First FAA-Approved Flight School For Drones

UPDATE: This post is written by Made In Alabama for Alabama NewsCenter.  Learn more at: http://alabamanewscenter.com/

AUBURN, Alabama – Auburn University is positioned to become a key training center for commercial operators of unmanned aircraft as it launches the nation’s first FAA-authorized flight school for those piloting the aerial systems. 909 more words

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Weeks 2 & 3 - General Navigation

Since finishing M&B, our last 2 weeks have consisted of tackling General Navigation (GNav) which is known to be one of the notoriously difficult ATPL subjects. 306 more words

Flight School with Your Mythie

After putting in so much time and care to release your Mythie, the time is finally here to see your little friend take their first flaps into the skies of the Enchanted Sanctuary. 408 more words

Enchanted Sanctuary

Logging Aerobatics Flight Time in a North American SNJ-4

This is such a pretty plane, a 1943 North American SNJ-4, WW2 fighter pilot training plane (also known as a T6 Texan but the SNJ is the Navy version?): 1,422 more words