A World Full of White Birds

Unveiling the Reasons Behind Painting Airplanes in White Here is a quick question, what was the color of the aircraft you last flew? Was it white? From single-engine trainers to multi-engine superjumbos, there is one particular characteristic shared among all: glossy white skin. Have you ever thought about the reason behind those white skins? Here…

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WACO Great Lakes 2T-1A-2

How does going back to the golden days of aviation sound? Well, it’s possible when you fly in the WACO Great Lakes. The open-cockpit, the aerobatic biplane is a classic throwback. If you’d love to see one in person, visit our Tennessee flight school and you may find yourself in the pilot’s seat of one of these…

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Fleet Feature: Beechcraft Duchess

The Beechcraft Duchess is one of the highlighted aircraft at our  Florida flight school. Students studying for their commercial multi-engine license or multi-engine add-on training have the opportunity to get in the Beechcraft Duchess cockpit.  The Beechcraft Model 76 Duchess is a work of art to many aircraft lovers. The twin-engined, cantilever, low-wing, light cabin monoplane, is a perfect trainer.…

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5 Ways Flight Simulation Makes You a Better Pilot

Before flight simulators learning to fly was a lot more dangerous. Young pilots didn’t have to wait too long to find a safer way to learn, because the first simulator showed up in 1927. Pilot and flight instructor Ed Link invented the first flight simulator and named it the Link Trainer. It replicated a complete…

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Gulfstream G500 Earns Safety Innovation Award

If you’ve thought about becoming a private pilot you might find yourself in the captain’s chair of a Gulfstream G500 one day. The G500 is a twin-engine business jet that can transport up to 19 passengers. It’s a favorite jet to charter for its comfort and size. And with this latest award, it’s recognized as…

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