Monthly Archives - August 2017

Ten Ways To Build Your Flight Time

Building your flight time to become an airline pilot is a long process.  The new rules require airline first officers to have a minimum of 1,500 hours and a type rating just to fly right seat in an airliner.  Before this new rule, commercial pilots only needed 250 hours [...]

Airport Signs and Markings Quick Reference Guide

40This is a great quick reference guide to airport signs and airport markings. [pdf-embedder url="" title="Airport Signs and Markings Quick Reference Guide"]  

Top 3 free flight training books for student pilots.

Did you know that the FAA offers all of their flight training books free online in pdf format?  These are the actual books you can use during your flight training.  Instead of buying the books you can save some money and download them to your computer. If you’re planning on [...]

Aviation Scholarships for Flight Training

There are a lot of aviation scholarships for flight training available to people that reside in the United States.  Scholarships are a form of free financial aid for people to further their education.  The great thing about scholarships is that you don’t have to pay them back.  It’s just [...]

Your First Flight Lesson – Introductory Flight

So you want to learn how to fly.  If you're interested in becoming a pilot, your first step is to take an introductory flight, also known as a discovery flight.  This is basically your very first flight lesson and yes you actually get to fly the airplane.  This video [...]

Who can be a pilot?

Well, if someone can teach a dog how to fly then I’m pretty sure you can learn too lol. Video by: Sky 1 Just about anyone could be a pilot if they meet the requirements.   But remember, you can’t teach someone who doesn’t want to learn.  Flying is not that hard [...]