Is This The World's Best Airline Training Location? - Swayne Martin
It's hard to complain about studying for airline ground school when you're in Maui! At Mokulele Airlines, initial training for pilots is conducted in Kahului on the Island of Maui. No one is holding you back from exploring the beaches during free time!
Margins of Safety: Low Altitude Maneuvering - Air Safety Institute
Maneuvering an aircraft at low altitude is something we do on every flight, without giving it much thought. While it's not much different than maneuvering at altitude, the slow speed and low altitude decrease the margins for error.
Flying John Glenn's Baron - MzeroA Flight Training - MzeroA Flight Training
This industry is such a blessing as it presents so many amazing opportunities. One of those opportunities came via a longtime aviation mentor of mine Joel who is personally flying John Glenn's airplane around the country for everyone to enjoy it.
Dream Airplane - Fly A 2017 Cirrus SR22 G6 - Swayne Martin
Nothing beats new plane smell. With only 30 hours on this bird, Dan and Swayne were fortunate to try out a brand new 2017 Cirrus SR22 G6 for themselves. http://swaynemartin.com/
Calculating Weight and Balance - MzeroA Flight Training - MzeroA Flight Training
There are plenty of apps that can do this for us instantly. Yet on a checkride chances are your examiner is going to want to see you do it the old fashioned way so you can show your work. In this video I show you how to fill out a weight and balance form.
All about Flying Seaplanes! - MzeroA Flight Training
Lets go Seaplane Flying! What are different but affordable ways we can expand our stick and rudder skills? Tail dragger and seaplane flying come to mind. In this video Jason shares his journey to his Commercial Single Engine Sea Add-On.
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