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Want to be a pilot? Take online ground school and do checkride prep with us at 🤍 We continue with David, a student pilot, in his aviation journey to becoming a private pilot. We've been flying together for several weeks now in our flight school Cessna 172, and he's doing a great job. There's a lot of flight instruction in this video and plenty of cool flying lessons you can take away for your own flight training. There's a handy guide below to skip ahead to sections that you want. TAKEOFF PROGRESS! 1:50 David is learning to counteract those left turning tendencies on takeoff. We do really well putting everything together, from the takeoff roll all the way to the initial climb, which is so important. It’s all about getting that flying attitude set correctly. UPSTAIRS AT THE APARTMENT 3:03 Now we get used to transitioning from climbing the aircraft to a level off. I do this in the APT acronym. We’re climbing upstrairs to the apartment, so it’s ATTITUDE, POWER, TRIM, in that order. Set the attitude first and hold the pressure, reduce the power for cruise to your desired setting, and then trim off the pressure to maintain altitude. There’s a little bit of a back and forth but it doesn’t take long to get it dialed in. Getting that flying attitude first is the most important part. TURN EXERCISE 4:08 Another tool I use as a CFI connecting a student pilot with their feet is one of the most important things to do early on in their training. You could call this stick and rudder flying. When turning an airplane, you’re trading a bit of the vertical component of lift for the horizontal component of lift. That’s to say that you’re using part of your upward lift in the wing to go sideways, or into a turn. Because of that, you need to pull back, depending on how steep your bank is. The steeper the bank, the more back pressure will be required to maintain altitude. SLOW FLIGHT EXERCISE 6:22 This is the first time introducing slow flight to David. We’re on the backside fo the power curve, creating a lot of drag, and it takes a lot of extra power to do ANYTHING we want. But it’s also a very good chance to connect the feet, once again, to the rudder. The whole airplane and be turned with the rudder, which makes for a great exercise. This type of flying is particularly useful for the pattern where a lot of these techniques will contribute to successful landings, in this case in a Cessna 172. This is perhaps the best flying part of this video. USING THE FEET 9:55 We get the airplane down to the minimum controllable airspeed (MCA) where the stall warning horn will start to sound off. Our bank angle is particularly important at this phase. Eventually I have the student pilot fly completely with his feet. These Pedal Turns are a fantastic exercise. I certainly suggest you try this out with your flight instructor, CFI. We stick with the stick and rudder for a while, and just keep flying with our feet. This is very doable and fairly easy to fly the plane this way in a Cessna 172. LOAD FACTOR EXERCISE 12:29 Now I show a load factor exercise for when we’re turning. This is helpful to get used to the amount of back pressure needed on the flight controls to maintain altitude. We start with 10º, go to 20º, 30º and eventually a 45º steep turn. Understanding load factor is very important when working in the pattern you basically don’t want to feel that ‘load’ any time that you’re flying slow. We’re also putting together the coordination of the rudder with this, adjusting for adverse yaw, and applying opposite pressure on the aileron for overbanking tendency. ACCELERATED STALL 17:25 To dispel the myth that airspeed has ANYTHING to do with stall, we do an accelerated stall. We can stall at a much higher airspeed as long as we go past the critical angle of attack. Here we abruptly do that to show that you can do it at a much higher airspeed. As a CFI, I show this very early on in flight training to drive home the concept. TRAFFIC PATTERN 19:29 To finish the lesson I did a couple patterns with David. He’s doing a great job out with our airwork, so we introduce him to those initial thoughts and important procedures to be setup for landing. The traffic pattern, as always, is a very important phase of flying. #aviation #flying #studentpilot
If you are a pilot or in flight training, chances are you have flown the all too familiar Cessna 172. If you are aspiring to become a pilot... get ready because this is likely the airplane you will be training on! For me, flying a Cessna 172 again is pure nostalgia! It sends me right back to when I was doing my Private Pilots License. I was a young, nervous, inexperienced, but eager to learn student pilot, with big dreams of flying jet aircraft all over the world one day. However, since those days, flying has evolved into a passion that isn't filled with the glamour of big fancy jets... but rather, a love for sharing my passion with others, and enjoying flying in its simplest form. No schedules, no complicated procedures, just flying. And there's no better way to do that than in the very airplane that first got me inspired... the Cessna 172. Although it now costs almost double to rent from when I first got my license, it was well worth the money to get a checkout again and enjoy this wonderful aircraft. In ththis video we are flying circuits, and practicing emergency landings. INSTAGRAM: 🤍 🤍evan_lufty #pilotlife #cessna #turboprop #takeoff #landing #flying #aviation #ifr flight training
My Latest Adventure ► 🤍 This Cessna 152 flight demonstrates some of what I have to do to be a safe pilot when I rent a 152 from my local flight school. Starting with the pre-flight checklist, I go over some of what is on a Cessna 152 checklist for startup, takeoff, landing, etc. and include a look at how a closed traffic pattern works. This is not meant to be an extremely thorough tutorial. It is simply an introduction to flying in a Cessna 152. Fun fact: my "number one traffic" in the Extra at 15:33 is Patty Wagstaff. Subscribe ► 🤍 Discord ► 🤍 Film Gear ► 🤍 Music ► 🤍 If you are new to this channel, welcome aboard! My name is Brady and I'm a filmmaker and pilot based in Florida. But above all I am a husband, father, and friend. On this channel you may notice I love the outdoors, traveling the world, history, and aviation. To fill in the gaps when I am not traveling or exploring I enjoy gaming and have been an avid gamer my whole life. Adventure is out there! Let's get to it. 00:00 - Intro 00:26 - Pre-Flight 13:17 - Flight 23:05 - Final Landing 24:13 - Taxi Back #cessna152 #flighttraining #privatepilot #staugustine #florida #privatepilot #flightschool #flying #aviation #bradyskye
Want to be a pilot? Take online ground school and do checkride prep with us at 🤍 It's that time First Solo. This is when you solo an airplane after going through your initial flight training toward a private pilot license. Annalynn has been flying a lot, and as her CFI I've been giving her flight lessons to prepare her for this day. Truly this is a big day in her aviation journey. She really loves flying. We started flying when she was 16, during her discovery flight. Her family bought an airplane so they could learn to fly. And her and I went after the flight training hard this summer. Aviation booms in Alaska in the summer, and we had to take advantage of the good weather. And the big day has finally come! Traditionally, the flight instructor (CFI) goes up for a few laps around the traffic pattern to make sure the student pilot is in the good head space. In this case, Annalynn and I did a few touch and goes in her Cessna 152. Then, verifying what I already knew, I jumped out of the airplane (on the ground of course) and she went for a rip! Each landing and takeoff was fantastic. You could tell she was flying the aircraft well and had control the whole time. Even confidence I would say. And this IS a huge confidence builder, doing this first solo. From here, really, the aviation journey accelerates with all of that energy and confidence. The end of the private pilot training goes very quickly. Annalynn ended up doing 3 takeoffs and 3 landings in the Cessna 152. We all celebrated when she got back, and I 'cut her tail feathers'. Lots of people ask about that tradition. In the olden days of aviation and flight training, the CFI sat behind the student in a tandem aircraft. They'd tug on the shirt of the student to convey certain messages, like turn this way, or listen up. By cutting the feathers, it signifies that the CFI no longer needs to give those instructions to the student pilot. Of course there are still many things that the student pilot needs to learn during flight training, but the first solo is still a huge day in their aviation journey. #firstsolo #flying #aviation
I had the pleasure of getting a demo flight in the brand new 2022 Cessna 182, and it was incredible. Derek Moore from Textron Aviation is here to tell us all about this capable aircraft, let me demo fly it, and tell us why it's the best Cessna 182 they've ever made. I hope this encourages you in your aviation journey! Video Chapters: 0:00 - Intro 0:27 - Mission Profile 1:54 - Tour: Exterior 4:47 - Tour: Cockpit/ Interior 7:16 - Demo Flight 7:27 - Air Conditioning 7:52 - Flight Stream 510 9:30 - Takeoff 10:30 - True Airspeed 10:54 - Electronic Stability Protection (ESP) 12:37 - Range & Useful Load 13:20 - Autopilot Visual Approach Capability 16:35 - Increased Flap Extension Speed 17:30 - Landing Looking to start your aviation journey but not sure where to begin? 🤍 Interested in buying your first airplane but need some guidance and structure on how to do so? 🤍 More aviation tips, tricks, and FAQ's over at 🤍
Jaime and I flew 3 of our little ones down to North Georgia for a family reunion. Some things never change when traveling with little ones whether in planes or cars. :) Join us on this trip from Chicago Aurora (ARR) to Blairsville, Georgia (DZJ). Also follow me on: Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Website/Store - 🤍 For more information on the autopilot: 🤍 This video is for entertainment purposes only and is not intended as instruction in any way. For instruction please contact your local flight school. This video does not represent the views of the FAA.
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14:10 first landing (Auburn s50) 28:00 second landing (Norman Grier s36) 41:00 last landing back at KPLU. Long video but it’s pretty much the whole first flight lesson from start to finish. Lesson 1 Private Pilot! The student flew well, but this is a normal first flight for my students. I don’t always add the second airport landing if they are struggling ,but he was doing great and was still seeing outside (learning ). So we started out heading for KTIW (Tacoma Narrows airport ) but things got busy over there so I diverted to S50 ( auburn airport ) for a landing and then we took off and headed over to S36 ( Norman Grier airpark , formally known as Crest) for another landing. Crest is fun since its an airpark with private homes lining the runway on both sides. Links are monetized MY Flight BAG: 🤍 ~ My Camera / Flight Bag: 🤍 As an Amazon Associate I earn From qualifying purchases #privatepilot #c172 #aviation #flighttraining #flightinstruction #howtoland #howtofly #how2fly #checkrideprep
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I can't believe it's taken this long, but I FINALLY filmed a video flying the mighty Cessna 208 Caravan! The C208 is hands down my favorite aircraft in the world, and I've enjoyed every minute spent in this cockpit. Join me as I ferry the PH-LBR from Rotterdam airport to Spa in Belgium, for a week of dropping skydivers! Watch until the end for an usual surprise!! (hint: luckily i wasn't the only pilot in that plane!!) 00:00- introduction 00:57 -aircraft specs 05:14- engine start up 06:14- take off 09:25- landing at EBSP 11:26- skydive operations 12:25- when the pilot jumps... Support me on Patreon!! 🤍 Follow my adventures on Instagram: 🤍 Like my music? Find more copyright free music on: 🤍 Get the Gear I use at Kamera Express: ✦ Main Camera 🤍 ✦ Main Lens 🤍 ✦ Action Cam 🤍 ✦ 360 Camera 🤍 ✦ Drone 🤍 DISCLAIMER: - Editing has removed certain context - I am speaking out of my own experience, rules and regulations may vary per country - I am learning and improving everyday and encourage you to share your insights or point out any areas of improvement :-) If you like my content you might also like these channels: Trentpalmer, Mike Patey, Missionary Bushpilot, FlightChops, Itchy Boots, Eva zu Beck
Subscribe here: 🤍 Microsoft Flight Simulator Basics - Everything inside and outside the airplane explained. An explanation of the cockpit including: instrument panel, panel switches, lights, flaps, and general information on the panel in the Cessna 152 in Microsoft Flight Simulator. Studying for the Private Pilot Oral Exam? This guide is a great start and one I personally used for my own training and with students when working as a Flight Instructor - 🤍 Want to learn more about aircraft systems but focusing on what pilots need to know? - 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks and help support the channel to do more aircraft reviews, IFR and VFR procedures using real ATC communications with PilotEdge, and more: 🤍 For Microsoft Flight Simulator - PC and XBOX #Cessna152 #FS2020 #AircraftBasics #C152 #152 This video is for entertainment purposes only. For use with Microsoft Flight Simulator on PC and XBOX.
Welcome back to another flight simulator video! Today we will check out the Cessna C172 G1000 Skyhawk in Microsoft Flight Simulator. This plane is awesome for beginners and teaches you the fundamentals very well. Microsoft flight simulator: 🤍 MSFS basics tutorial: 🤍
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Season 3, Episode 5 Ever want to just fly away from all your troubles to a tropical paradise? Well, you can with little more than a Cessna 172! Many people don't want to attempt the journey with fewer than two engines, but honestly, I would take on the warm waters of the Bahamas any day rather than the 100ft pine trees and dense woods of Massachusetts. Hey, did you guys know that the FAA actually certifies flight instructors to tell you everything that I try to convey in these videos? You should definitely talk to one of them instead of trusting some video you found on the internet, because who am I to tell you how to fly? I'm just a pilot sharing my experiences with the world, and these videos are not meant to be instructional or advisory in any respect. For a full explanation of this disclaimer, see: friendlyskiesfilm.com/episodes Homepage: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Thanks to all my supporters on Patreon! $50 - Matt Byrne $20 - Christopher Nelson $10 - Jarrett Duncovich $10 - Christopher Roberts $10 - Phil Copley $10 - Jared Burns $10 - Jeff Scorse $10 - TerriblePlan $10 - Steffen Holzt $10 - Mike Beattie $10 - Larry Woodworth $10 - Spencer Maze $5 - Chris Patti $5 - Paul Bergman $5 - Luca Muller $5 - Even Smith $5 - Maxim Pieuchot $5 - Ken Warren $5 - Scott $5 - David Ennis $5 - Dan R. $5 - Shaun Kruger $5 - Jack Hill $5 - Vlad Railian $5 - Luca Muller $3 - David Remedios $3 - bizzy.tv $3 - Flushf00t $3 - Walt Heatherly $2 - Tim Farrar $2 - Gary Veduccio $1 - Darren Tung $1 - Chris Sinsigalli $1 - Ben Richards $1 - Tyler Rafferty $1 - Reuben $1 - Mark McKinney $1 - Nacho Soto $1 - Jason Hanley $1 - Bruno Vanhalst $1 - David Pettersson $1 - Nick Cidis $1 - Erik Patton $1 - Dylan Marriott $1 - iFlyToo $1 - Jacob $1 - Dean Robinson $1 - Benny Lofgren $1 - Andrew John Hobbs $1 - Fabian Peter Hammerle $1 - John Tucker $1 - Let'sJustFly.tv $1 - Texas Gooney Bird $1 - Anonymous $1 - James Bond $1 - Frank Durham $1 - Edward Iangebek $1 - Yasin Khan $1 - Randy Cabrera $1 - Eric Sharp $1 - Eric Pinheiro $1 - Kel $1 - Luis Ochoa If you love my aviation videos, please consider subscribing and donating even one dollar per video to 🤍 Every little bit helps and allows me to bring you more awesome aviation experiences. -Nick Cyganski
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David Miller, director of Safety Education at CJP (Citation Jet Pilots), is on a mission to share the stories of some incredible Cessna Citation pilots and owners. Check out this conversation he had with Ron Draper, president & CEO of Textron Aviation, about his experience flying the Citation CJ3+.
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Enjoy a full VFR flight from Sedona (KSEZ) to Flagstaff (KFLG) that covers a lot of the basics for VFR flying in a Cessna 152 on the new Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. It's great to start out small and work your way up, and this VFR tutorial should help jump start your Microsoft Flight Simulator pilot career. I am a private pilot and tail wheel pilot based in St. Augustine, Florida and would love to help you out with any questions you may have about anything that's not covered here. Thanks my friends! Part 2 (IFR) ► 🤍 Subscribe ► 🤍 Discord ► 🤍 Film Gear ► 🤍 Music ► 🤍 If you are new to this channel, welcome aboard! My name is Brady and I'm a filmmaker and pilot based in Florida. But above all I am a husband, father, and friend. On this channel you may notice I love the outdoors, traveling the world, history, and aviation. To fill in the gaps when I am not traveling or exploring I enjoy gaming and have been an avid gamer my whole life. Adventure is out there! Let's get to it. 00:00 - Briefing 00:23 - Intro 00:40 - Flight Planning 04:05 - Start up 08:04 - Taxi 11:52 - Run-up 14:40 - Takeoff 16:10 - Climb 17:41 - Cruise 25:27 - Approach / Decent 28:01 - Short Final 29:07 - Taxi 32:10 - Parking 32:41 - Shutdown 33:46 - Debrief #microsoftflightsimulator #flight #simulator #cessna152 #cessna #aviation #pilot #basics #VFR #fullflight #thrustmaster #throttle #yoke #flightsim #MSFS #MSFS2020 #flightschool #flighttraining #newpilot #gaming #simulation
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This poor Cessna went through a few bounces as it tried to land on a super windy day. Luckily, it was a safe landing! Welcome to my YouTube channel! Subscribe for aviation videos and shorts on things like: -Airplanes -POV Flying -Air Shows -Helicopters -Skydiving -Travel -Archive Footage -Various Random Things Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the channel, smash the LIKE button, and hit the NOTIFICATION BELL to make sure you don't miss out on any new content! Clear skies and tail winds! -Airplanes and Random Things 😎 Instagram: 🤍 Music: 🤍bensound.com and 🤍pixaby.com Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE! It's free! #planespotting #adventure #airplaneowner #aopa #airplanesandrandomthings #aviation #pilot #aviator #travel #flying #flight #airport #aviationgeek #aerospace #generalaviation #lovetofly #flycessna #cessna #cessna172 #172 #travel #airplane #skyhawk #avgeek #cockpit
Buy & sell your airplane 🤍 Support on Patreon 🤍 Consider the Cessna 177 RG the middle child of the Cessna single engine aircraft. The 177 was originally intended to replace the 172, which was to be discontinued after introduction of the new aircraft. The 177 was to be called the 172J. But as the time came for pilots to make the transition, there was considerable resistance to the replacement of the 172 from the company's Marketing Division. Designed with a cleaner airframe and no wing bar, the Cessna 177 RG Cardinal is a faster and more capable airplane, which offers much better upward visibility than a 172 because of its steeply raked windshield and more aft-mounted wing. The absence of an obstructing wing support strut on the 177 also makes the aircraft an excellent platform for aerial photography. My Airplane Specs - 2021 Sling TSi - Rotax 915 (141 hp engine) - Range: up to 1000 miles - Climb rate: 1200 fpm - Speed: 170 mph - Fuel: 8 gph - Dual G3x + G5 Backup + GTN 650 + GMC 507 Autopilot - Build Price + Training: $325,000 Buy one at LookUp Aviation 🤍 Start your aviation journey here 🤍 Manage your aircraft with COFLYT 🤍 My Merch 🤍
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🤍 - Cessna 152 cockpit takeoff during flight training. WARNING! DO NOT USE THIS VIDEO FOR TRAINING PURPOSES. THIS VIDEO IS MEANT FOR PRIVATE ENTERTAINMENT ONLY! In this video you will see a flight preparation, takeoff and climb in the Cessna 152 flight trainer aircraft at Sandtoft airfield when the student aviators were taking pilot lessons. This video is Part 1 from our series of Cessna 152 videos which basically show a flight in this aircraft. Stay tuned for more! We also have a lot of other interesting pilot school aircraft cockpit videos on our website including the Cessna 152 and Cessna 150 flying lessons. 🤍 and YouTube channel. Feel free to check them out and subscribe for more. COCKPIT VIDEOS: 🤍 This video is meant for entertainment purposes only! P.S. We know about some spelling mistakes in this video :)
A quick video looking around the stock Cessna 152 in Microsoft Flight Simulator - explaining the various features of the aircraft, and going on a quick flight to illustrate "how things work". If you're interested in learning more about navigation, procedures, and route planning, check out some of my other videos! #MSFS #FlightSimulator #Microsoft #Asobo #Cessna #C152 #Tutorial #Guide #Beginners #Start #Learning #Education #Aviation
Welcome to Ready to Run RC. On this channel, I do unboxings, reviews, and occasionally I do some RC upgrades. In this video I feature the Flybear FX801. I talk about everything that is included in the box, how things work, and then I test it. New RC's on the channel every month. Thank you everyone for watching and click that subscribe button so can you join me when I check out the next Ready To Run RC! Link where you can get the FX801: Banggood: 🤍 Amazon: 🤍 I am an affiliate of Amazon, Gearbest and Banggood. This means if you purchase anything using any of the links I provide in any of my videos, I get a small commission and it helps me out with funding this channel to bring more content. Thank you to everyone who had already purchased items through my links. You are all awesome!! Support the channel by purchasing Shirts and Merch, link to my online store through Teespring is here: 🤍
Student pilot learning to fly on a solo flight in a Grob 103 glider. Cessna 150 towplane tows glider with a perspective from the towplane. Flight includes take off, aerotow, thermalling, and landing. Cessna towplane returns to the field after rope release. 🤍 🤍 🤍 00:00 Introduction 00:37 Take off 01:46 Aerotow 02:34 Tow release 02:49 Towplane release pov 03:20 Towplane return to land 03:34 Rope drop 03:48 Glider thermalling 04:30 Entering pattern 04:42 Final approach and landing flight lesson, flying lessons for beginners, flight lessons, soaring, grob 103 glider, adventure, glider aircraft, gliding plane, flight lessons in 10 minutes or less, soaring flight, flight lessons in a glider, learn to fly, learning to fly, gopro, landing, glider tow launch, glider tow plane, glider tow pilot, glider towing aircraft, glider tow launches, glider towing aicraft, solo flight, cessna, cessna 150
Trying to find a way to Austria, I catch a ride in a Cessna 210 for a two week trip across the North Atlantic. We fly to remote northern Canada to prepare to cross to Greenland and encounter icing, autopilot issues, plumbing problems, magnetic deviation, and find ourselves north of the Wall. Part 2: 🤍 Part 5 (Scotland to England): 🤍 Where I get all of my MUSIC 🤍 Louis YouTube // 🤍 Twitter // 🤍 Instagram // 🤍 JP YouTube // 🤍 Twitter // 🤍 Instagram // 🤍 116 Planes on One Runway: 🤍 Please share this video so that more people can enjoy it! Subscribe for more epic flying videos, new (almost) every Friday! Camera and lenses graciously loaned by Philip Greenspun (🤍 GEAR Smartphone suction cup, prop filter, and cockpit audio: 🤍 Wing (and other exterior) mount: 🤍 Wing battery: 🤍 GoPro Hero 5 prop filter: 🤍 MUSIC Where I find all of it 🤍 Zoom Out - Johan Börjesson Short Life 3 - Niklas Gustavsson Turn It Up (Ahlstrom Remix) (Instrumental Version) - Johan Glössner feat. Niklas Ahlström I've been flying since I was 16 and at age 19 flew around the world by myself in the same 1981 A36 Beechcraft Bonanza I still fly, becoming the youngest person ever to solo circumnavigate by aircraft. Now, I'm sharing all kinds of aviation adventures with YOU! Ride along as we explore the world from the air and get a close up look at some of aviation's best flight experiences and destinations. Also follow me on: Facebook 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Twitter 🤍 🤍
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Visit 🤍 for the complete flight training course. How to Fly a Plane - Cessna 172 Engine Start The flight training video course available at 🤍 is a comprehensive aviation training video designed to help those interested in learning how to fly, student pilots and private pilots. In the course certified flight instructor Brendan Quinn-Narkin takes you step by step through the process of planning a flight and then flying in a Cessna 172 through congested airspace. If you are interested in becoming a pilot and thinking about attending a flight school, this is a great way to get started. If you are a student pilot working on your private pilot license, this is a great way to prepare for your next flying lesson. If you are a private pilot this video course can help you prepare for your next flight review. The flight training video starts out in disc 1 with all of the detailed flight planning involved for a flight from the Reid-Hillview airport in San Jose, CA to the Half Moon Bay Airport which is on the Pacific coast, just South of San Francisco. The preflight planning involves gathering information from aeronautical charts and the airport facility directory. Important airport information is collected from the terminal chart including: radio communication frequencies, field elevation and runway information. There is a review of the airspace along the route. This flight involves flying in class D, C and possibly class B airspace. Your flight instructor shows you how to identify different types of airspace on aeronautical charts and goes over the rules for each class of airspace with you. Next, using the Cessna 172 POH (pilots operating handbook) your flight instructor shows you how to calculate takeoff and landing distance and how to perform a weight and balance calculation. Now it's time to learn more about aviation weather. Your flight instructor puts his phone on speakerphone as he calls a flight service station for a standard weather briefing. Now it's almost time to go flying but first, this flight involves flying in some complicated and congested airspace so your flight instructor provides you with a radio communication tutorial in which he provides you with techniques to ensure that you sound like a professional on the radio. Next we head out to the airplane and take a look at the Cessna 172 which we will be flying. This starts out with sitting in the cockpit and going over all of the Cessna 172 cockpit instruments. The cockpit tutorial if followed by a demonstration of how to perform a preflight inspection and that concludes disc 1 of the course. Disc 2 includes the entire flight from Reid-Hillview to Half Moon Bay. This includes the taxi, run-up, takeoff, cruise, descent and landing. The camera follows the flight instructors every move so that you see exactly how to fly a plane. You also get to hear all of the radio communication with Air Traffic Control. This provides you with dozens upon dozens of examples of how to sound professional on the radio. For disc 3 we get back into the Cessna 172 and fly back to the Reid-Hillview airport. Once again you get to hear all of the radio communication including requesting flight following. The flight takes us directly over Stanford University and we fly directly over the San Jose airport (SJC) while looking down at airline jets below us. As you land back at RHV your flight instructor talks you through his process for an ultra smooth landing. Go to 🤍 for more info and to watch additional sample videos.
Cessna 152 Flight Training Softfield Takeoff and Landing C77 Pattern Work
Hey all! Join me as we fly from Roosevelt Roads NAS (TJRV/RVR) in Ceiba, Puerto Rico all the way to El Higuero, La Isabela Intl Airport in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (MDJB/JBQ) on this IFR Flight in a SUPER UPGRADED Cessna 182R! This time, I introduce my wife to all of you and she tries to takeoff for the first time! She's also a great copilot, working the Autopilot and the Garmin GTN750! Things go as planned until we are minutes away from arrival, weather and garmin throws us a curveball and we will have to ADAPT! Feel free to ask your questions on the comment section below and I'll do my best to reply back! Also, you might get a more expedite answer through my Instagram account so go ahead and follow me! 🤍instagram.com/shamirfersobe 🤍twitter.com/shamirfersobe Equipment Used: 1. GoPro Hero 7 Black 2. GoPro Hero 5 Black 3. iPhone 11 Pro 4. Final Cut Pro X
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