I have learned that some of the hardest things a pilot does is not to maneuver the aircraft. It is not to know the details of limits of operating the aircraft. Many times it is the decisions that are the … Continue reading Not the test I expected
We as commercial students in training are being introduced more and more to increasingly challenging tasks. A part of the curriculum this semester is to do some longer cross country flights to airports we have never landed before. This is … Continue reading Longest flight so far!
It was only seven days before we had to get done. It was Friday, some of us were starting to get anxious, the weather had been tanking up in low clouds over Felt’s Field airport again making it impossible to … Continue reading Crunch-time to completion!
The previous week of flight training tested me well. I had been instructed quite frequently in how to take off from our airport, how to fly the shortest way around it and to land again where the takeoff took place. … Continue reading Doing it on my own
Flight training has really kicked off and flying airplanes is many times much harder than I first thought it would be. The workload is high, the stress level is high and me along with my class mates are set under … Continue reading “Today, Alfred, you actually flew the airplane”
Busy times again. After this summer break the very much anticipated flight training began. Finally, the dream of actually getting to learn how to fly has come true. The prayers that have been prayed for this are then also answered. … Continue reading Flight training