by Jason Schappert
If you guys missed it here it is! I spent an entire hour with you guys! My loyal following answering your questions. Below is the recording of that webinar.
Your Flight Training Questions Answered
Jason the same landing procedure you used with your student,flying just about the runway without landing worked for me too………..as she was, I was having problems with it too !!
That's awesome! It's really a technique I find enough CFI's are not showing their students. But it really is like night and day for my students and helps their landings almost instantly.
what about gps units especially for student pilots
When requesting VFR flight following I find that the following works well in the busy New York area.
“New York Approach Sky Lane N5456T .. VFR request”.
That way the controller isn’t looking for my aircraft information wondering who I am.
I recently found you’re web site and very much enjoy listening.
I am in Carson City NV. and thinking of going back to complete my pilot training.
I trained with a great CFI in a 152 and did my solo after 18 hours, in 1983.
Because of health issues, time and life itself getting in the way, l had to stop.
Now that l am a bit older and have a friend and neighbor who is a pilot from about the same time, l think l will complete my training to become a light sport pilot.
It’s great to listen to talk about flying and you’re enthusiasm is obvious as well as contagious.
Great video. Thanks Jason. You answered some nagging questions.
peter hey anyone upthere what will be the problem with trying to land an overweight plane on crooswind status thanks
I have viewed your flight fallowing video. However my question is requesting flight fallowing from an approach controller. I fly from KHGR to KLNS. Approach for KLNS is Harrisburg Approach. However I am not going to Harrisburg. So what is the basic difference in requesting fallowing from an approach such as Harrisburg approach and requesting it from Washington Center that I would use for approach control for KHGR?
METAR actually is a french contractioon for “MÉTéorologique Aviation Régulière”, which is essentially “Regular Aviation Report.”
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