Are you eager to begin your flight training yet want to get a head start? There’s a lot you can get started on TODAY before boarding the plane for the first time!
- Fundamentals of Aerodynamics
“How aeroplanes fly” is one of the first topics you should look into. Getting a good understanding of aerodynamics is an excellent approach to begin your training at your flying school in Ahmedabad.
- Use flight simulators to hone your skills.
Flight simulators will improve your hand-eye coordination and knowledge of aviation. Try a flight simulator app on your phone if you don’t want to invest in a full desktop simulator. It’s an excellent approach to learn about basic flight principles and aerodynamics.
- Requirements for your Private Pilot Certificate Training
Check out information on the aeronautical experience requirements for your private pilot certificate as you get started.
- Weather Fundamentals
Start by learning about the fundamentals of weather, such as the Coriolis effect, cold fronts and warm fronts. Learning how weather forms is another way to get started with your flight training because weather plays a big role.
- Regulations of the Federal Aviation Administration
Before you get started, master the fundamentals. Throughout your training, you’ll need to be familiar with a lot of regulations!
- Fundamental Manoeuvres
InfiniFly Aviation is a great place to start. Begin by practising take-offs, level and straight flight, turns, climbs, descents and landings.
- Study The Phonetic Alphabet
In aircraft, the ICAO phonetic alphabet is used for practically everything. Memorize each letter and the name that corresponds to it. Remember special number pronunciations like 3 (“Tree”), 5 (“Fife”) and 9 (“Nine”) (“Niner”).
One of the most effective ways to learn rapidly is to spell out licence plates or street signs aloud as you drive past. Say out loud “Bravo-Golf-Yankee-Tree-Six-Seven” if you see the licence plate BGY-367. You might want to try this one by yourself!
- Aircraft Systems
It takes a lot of effort to learn aeroplane systems. The best approach to learn them is to look through your Pilot’s Operating Handbook and see how the systems work. Start with the fundamental principles of reciprocating engines.
- Don’t Forget to Take Your Written Exam!
With the written exam done, you’ll be able to walk into a private pilot school with a great weight lifted off your shoulders! There’s no reason why you shouldn’t take it sooner!