Before we dive into this topic it’s important to know that the FAA does not require you to have an accredited degree to become a pilot. The FAA does require, however, that you complete two months of ground training and log at least 1500 hours in the air before you can receive a commercial pilot’s…

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Are thinking about getting your pilot’s license? Whether you’re considering pursuing a career as a commercial pilot or just want to fly for recreation both paths have the same starting point for the most part. In this article, we’ll cover the basic information you should be aware of if you’re considering getting your pilot’s license.…

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Are you thinking about or waiting to start flight training, but want to get a head start? There are plenty of things you can start working on today before you step foot in an airplane for the first time. In this article, we’ll look at 10 things you can start getting familiar with that you…

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Fall is the time when schools start the new year in many places across the country. If you’ve been thinking about flight school, there’s no better time to get started than in the fall. In this article, we’ll look at why fall is the perfect time to get started on your career in aviation. Thinner…

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Pilots use flight control systems to control the forces of flight and the aircraft’s direction and altitude.  Flight control systems and characteristics can vary greatly depending on the type of aircraft you’re flying. The most basic flight control system designs are mechanical and date back to the earliest aircraft. Flight control systems are subdivided into…

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