Class A Airspace Pr Copy

Class A, that’s high eh? Class A airspace is a fairly straight forward type of airspace to understand, it covers the entire globe, from 18,000′ msl or FL180 (flight level 180) up to and including FL600 (or 60,000′ msl). Requirements: You need a Altitude encoding transponder An instrument rating and be on an IFR flight […]

Turns About a Point Pr Copy

Turning and Pointing Well, it’s a little more than just that.  The idea behind a “turn about a point” is to develop a skill of being able to control the airplane in reference to a point on the ground, while accounting for the wind aloft trying to blow you off course.  Since when you are […]

Class A Airspace Pr

Class A, that’s high eh? Class A airspace is a fairly straight forward type of airspace to understand, it covers the entire globe, from 18,000′ msl or FL180 (flight level 180) up to and including FL600 (or 60,000′ msl). Requirements: You need a Altitude encoding transponder An instrument rating and be on an IFR flight […]

Turns About a Point Pr

Turning and Pointing Well, it’s a little more than just that.  The idea behind a “turn about a point” is to develop a skill of being able to control the airplane in reference to a point on the ground, while accounting for the wind aloft trying to blow you off course.  Since when you are […]

Turns About a Point

Turning and Pointing Well, it’s a little more than just that.  The idea behind a “turn about a point” is to develop a skill of being able to control the airplane in reference to a point on the ground, while accounting for the wind aloft trying to blow you off course.  Since when you are […]

Class A Airspace

Class A, that’s high eh? Class A airspace is a fairly straight forward type of airspace to understand, it covers the entire globe, from 18,000′ msl or FL180 (flight level 180) up to and including FL600 (or 60,000′ msl). Requirements: You need a Altitude encoding transponder An instrument rating and be on an IFR flight […]