Complete and Continue
Student Pilot's General Flying Online Course - Mastering Take Off Landing and Manoeuvre Exercise
Starting of your flying training - ZERO HOUR
Getting to know your aircraft (8:13)
Understanding the Principles of Flight (22:56)
GFPT - General Flying Progress Test and Exercise (5:44)
What is Circuit & Landing Exercise ? (11:19)
Why is ground preparation so important ?
Types of Check Lists and its use
What to follow to fly with the flying instructor for the first time?
Application of VFR rules in actual flying environment. (5:23)
Ground preparation before a sortie
Are you physically & mentally fit for the flight?
Using Of Weather Knowledge and Information
Check the NOTAMS
Methods to quick Decode of NOTAMS
Check the METAR and TAF
Methods to Quick Decode of METAR and TAF
Interpretation of METAR with actual weather.
Revising the VFR rules for Dual or Solo Sortie
Checking of MEL
Revise the Emergency Memo Items/ Check list in mind
Pre flight Briefing - Discuss with your instructor about sortie Profile.
In depth study of General Flying
What is General Flying ?
What are flying sectors in an airfield ?
The importance of Chair Flying and Methods to do it effectively
Joining a Sector
Mud Map and way to make it
Exercise is a Sector
Practicing the Straight and Level Flight
Practicing STEEP TURN and tips to improve your skill
Practicing the STALL and tips to improve your skill
Practicing the climbing turns
Descend the aircraft, including with turns or high and low drag configurations
Understanding the Traffic Pattern in an airport
How to safely taxi the aircraft at an airport
Understanding the Runway names and markings
Different types of Airfields and its specifications
Types of Airfields and identifying of yours...
Understanding the taxiway markings
Some common Radio phraseology, its meaning and use.
Take Off and Landings
Basic Take Off Techniques
Understanding the V-speeds
Realising the Ground Effect
Realising the Slip Stream Effect in Single Engine Aeroplane
Basic landing Techniques
Landing in X-wind condition
Crab Approach and Side-sleep approach
Judging the Flair
Ballooning and Bounce landing and Recovery
Circuit And Landing Practice
What is C/L?
Understanding the C/L pattern.
Preparation for C/L sortie
Techniques to follow in X-wind condition for C/L
Flying The SOLO
Things before SOLO sortie
Always be aware of your position
Be precise with your manoeuvres
Never cross your limit
Student Pilot's Instrument Flying Mastery
What is C/L?
Lecture content locked
If you're already enrolled,
you'll need to login
Enroll in Course to Unlock