This course is a compilation of our Alaska series videos as it relates to airspace around the Anchorage area as well as the unique weather products offered in Alaska. From special airspace procedures to watching webcams to determine the weather, this course is meant as an addendum to our Private Pilot Ground School offered here at fly8ma.com, or to help aviators who already hold a certificate and are visiting Alaska from the Lower 48 or Canada.
In this course we’ll take you through a few quick brief refreshers for those of you who are getting ready for a Flight Review with an instructor, whether you fly regularly or even if it has been 10 years since you’ve been in the cockpit!
In this course you will get an introduction to the operation of tailwheel/taildragger aircraft while taxiing, taking off, and landing, as well as the ground knowledge to prep you for flying one of these awesome aircraft!
How to fly in to Sun N Fun 2018 Explained for all Pilots! The NOTAM Broken down into easy video lessons.
Take this course and see if you have the skills to avoid a fatal accident. Follow through with us step by step as the accident chain develops, and see if you have the ADM skills to say STOP before its too late.
This course will cover the basic knowledge required of a private pilot to pass the Private Pilot Airplane written exam, and will prepare you for your flight training in an actual aircraft with your flight instructor. You will be able to skip through the lessons as you wish to focus on the topics you would like to review the most!
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Learn the basics of Spins and more importantly how to avoid them! You’ll learn a lot more about angle of attack and stalls, then see a full preflight brief with student and instructor before watching what they actually look like in the airplane and learning the proper general recovery techniques.
In this course we’ll cover the basics of reading weather forecasts and observations:
FAs (area forecasts)
You’ll learn the basics of how to read the coded text of weather forecasts, and the important information about each individual weather product you need to know for your written exam and checkride!
Understand how to control the aircraft during takeoff, approach, and landing with crosswinds. In this 30 minute compact course. You’ll get the basics of flying when the winds just aren’t quite blowing in your favor.