New from ASA is the Learn to Fly Blog, a place for current pilots, students, and future pilots to learn, explore, and share insights on the foundations of flight and flight training. Find out what it takes to become a pilot, learn the fundamental principles behind the wonder of flight, get test-taking tips, share training experiences with your peers, and learn about careers in aviation.
The September/October 2014 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the world of student pilots and airmen-in-training.
Designed to mimic a true aeronautical chart, ASA’s Plotting Your Course fold-out brochure is loaded with information about how to get a pilot’s license. While this free “chart” should not be used for navigation, it should be used to inspire and inform future pilots that their dreams are within reach, ASA officials note. [Read more...]
Women with physical disabilities are encouraged to apply for full-ride flight training scholarships from Able Flight.
Sporty’s online Learn to Fly Course and app has been updated.
A joint industry-FAA working group has issued recommendations that will offer clearer written and practical test standards for student pilots and those pursuing advanced certificates.
Do you know someone who doesn’t pursue their dream of learning to fly because it costs too much? “The Cheapskate’s Guide to Getting Your Pilot’s License” might be just the ticket for them to get their ticket.
Author Mike Arman, a pilot since 1978 and FAA Advanced Ground School Instructor, guides readers to a license at “half of the retail rate.”
Now available as a free download from ASA are Endorsement Labels in PDF format.
The labels provide a simple and fast way for instructors to issue required FAA endorsements to their students, according to ASA officials.