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How to Study to Become a Pilot

Recipe for Success: How to Study to Become a Pilot Coordinating my hands and feet while manipulating the flight controls, rudder pedals, and at the same time focusing on flying the airplane was a big challenge. Forty years of life experiences had not prepared me for the intense focus and dexterity required while learning to fly.  My first training airplane was a tired Cessna 150 with basic analog instruments. In fact, we navigated with a magnetic compass and heading indicator. The communication radio was an old tube-style with a hand-held microphone. Headsets were not an option. The instructor had to yell guidance over the loud engine noise.  Math was not my strength. Cross-country flying was a nightmare. I was alway … Read more

Epic Buzz Vol. 3 Issue 11 | November 2020

Epic Buzz Newsletter Nov 2020

Our first class of aircraft mechanics began training, and we awarded $44,500 in scholarships! First Class of Aircraft Mechanics We are proud to welcome our inaugural class of Aircraft Mechanic students. They began training in October and are well on their way. Thanks to all who joined us for our Open House last month. What a great kick-off! The special tuition rate is in effect through Dec. 31, 2020. Are you ready to enroll? Our next class begins February 15, 2021. We hope to see you there! November Specials Are you ready to earn your Instrument Rating? During the month of November, new students will receive a $2,500 tuition discount. Enroll by November 30th to take advantage of this special. … Read more