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Power On Turning Stalls

Did you have turning stalls on your checkride? I’m thankful my CFI went out of her way to show me turning stalls many years ago. She taught me the most important thing was that the airplane wants to fly and we practice stalls to practice recoveries! I’ve launched our new event “Aviation Mastery” it’s 2 FULL days of VFR and IFR seminars in Orlando Florida. Feb 9th and 10th visit the link below to preregister.... read more

Glass Vs Steam

I’m a big fan of technology in the cockpit however I also believe there is a balance between true stick and rudder flying and technology. What do you think? —> I’m doing a huge 2 day live training event titled “Aviation Mastery” in Orlando Florida Feb 9th-10th you can preorder your tickets at... read more

Slow Flight

I believe if you truly want to improve your landings you need to first master slow flight. In these two quick videos this week I’ll show you slow flight in both the clean and dirty (landing) configuration. Regarding slow flight the ACS says we’re to Establish and maintain an airspeed at which any further increase in angle of attack, increase in load factor, or reduction in power, would result in a stall warning (e.g., airplane buffet, stall horn, etc.). It goes on to say we need to Accomplish coordinated straight-and-level flight, turns, climbs, and descents with the airplane configured as specified by the evaluator without a stall warning (e.g., airplane buffet, stall horn, etc.). So what does this “new” slow flight look like and should we now teach “old school” (PTS) and “new school” (ACS) slow flight? We’ll talk about that in this video. Slow Flight Clean Slow Flight Dirty (Landing) Extra Homework? Slow Flight Down The... 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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