Rotary Brantford Charity Air Show
Wednesday September 1, 2010
The Snowbirds come to Brantford!
Don’t miss the Brantford Charity Air Show 2010 on Wednesday September 1.
LearnToFly.ca Editors Greg and Geoff McKay spent the day with the pilots, and were given a preview of this year’s charity air show. From the preview we saw, this show is going to be
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What Flight Level should I cruise at?
Is Fifteen Feet O.K. for my Cruising Altitude?
Viper North owner Jeff “Biscuit” Lewis flys his Czechoslovakian designed Aero Vodochody L-29 Delfin jet at 15 feet above the deck. How’s that for a cruising altitude?
Pilots must be aware of Cruising Altitudes for both VFR (Visual Flight Rules) and IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) flight.
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Airspeed Limitations, Manoeuvring Speeds and Performance
Aviation Acronyms can seem like Alphabet Soup!
With Airspeeds and V-Speeds, there are dozens of Aviation Acronyms for the student pilot to learn and remember.
Your Aviation Acronym Decoder begins with some talk about Velocity.
V is for Velocity
Important aviation Airspeeds are identified and defined using standard terms. Scientists and Engineers refer to
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Penticton Regional Airport, British Columbia
Become an Employable Commercial Pilot in 10 Months!
Ab Initio (From the Beginning) Flight Training – From Zero Hours to Commercial Pilot in only 10 months. Includes your Private Pilot License (PPL).
Integrated Commercial Course (ICC)
The 10 month Integrated Commercial Course (ICC) is designed for aspiring commercial pilots. The ICC program integrates flight training with extensive ground training
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