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Steep Turns According To The Private Pilot ACS

Despite the few critics I’m a big fan of the new ACS (Airmen Certification Standards) It doesn’t hurt that they finally included something that I’ve been teaching for years (Trim in a turn). It’s really one of my best tips. Have you ever used trim in a turn? What about a steep turn? You know trim is simply a “poor-mans autopilot” and yet it’s something so few pilots really use to it’s fullest potential. Enjoy the video – Jason Our Private, Instrument, and Commercial Pilot Online Ground School is Already up to and Exceeds Airmen Certification Standards. Check it out yourself at the Link Below and Pass Your Checkride or I’ll Pay for... read more

Fear of Flying Solo

Flying requires just the right amount of confidence. Not too much and not too little. But what happens when we lack that confidence to fly solo? Has this thought ever crossed your... read more

What the ACS Means to You

Webinar Recording What Jason Will Cover on The Webinar: – What The ACS Means To You – What If I Did My Written But Not My Checkride – What If I Haven’t Done Either? – How To Best Prep For The Written & Checkride – Share Actual ACS Written Test Examples – Share Actual ACS Checkride... read more
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One place I spent a lot of time was with Jason Schappert and MzeroA. Primarily because the videography that brings you into the cockpit and shows you what you’re doing in terms of controlling the airplane, is all part of the preparation and studying that’s incredibly valuable before you even get into the cockpit of the airplane. Jim Minow

Executive Director AOPA Foundation

I have enjoyed your online ground school. It was just what I was looking for. This course has allowed me to learn new things, keep up the knowledge part of flying and to interact with you and other pilots through the weekly workshops, monthly check rides and webinars.

I have also enjoyed and benefited from the frequent e-mails you have sent. It has also made me realize confidence in my knowledge skills and allowed me to move on to the IFR ground work I have been eager to get to. Dean Hoopengardner

Private Pilot

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