The University of Cincinnati – Clermont College Aviation Technology: Professional Pilot Training Program has received iauthority from the FAA to certify its graduates for the Restricted Airline Transport Pilot Certification (R-ATP). [Read more…]
Gene Lee of The HD Pilot continues his aerobatics lessons from Adam Baker, a local airshow aerobatic pilot, in his RV-7A. In this video, the second in the series, Gene starts out the lesson more stall/spin recovery techniques. Then the two have a little more fun with some aerobatics. See the first video in the series here.
We don’t need to attract every kid, just the next kid… or three.
Seventeen-year-old Ella, 16-year-old Jonathan and 15-year-old Benjamin Robbins are passionate about aviation. The homeschooled trio from Ferndale, Wash., have been designing and building their own radio-controlled aircraft for several years. [Read more…]
We recently reached out to our readers to ask them their favorite destinations. Here’s what a few of them had to say: [Read more…]
An experienced pilot will make a better decision about whether to attempt a marginal landing while showing only about half as much brain activity as less experienced pilots, according to a recent study completed by scientists at Stanford University. A report on AVweb quotes the study’s lead author, Maheen Adamson: “The data show that the expert pilot seems to just know what to look for, where to look and when to look.”
Forget a Sweet Sixteen party. Wyatt Angel of Mount Airy, N.C., spent his 16th birthday doing something way more fun — flying 11 airplanes solo at the Mount Airy-Surry County Airport (KMWK), then making his way to the Piedmont Soaring Society in nearby Farmington, where he soloed three gliders.
He hopes his birthday celebration will win him a spot in the world record books.
Soloing 14 aircraft on the first day he was legally allowed to solo was something Wyatt had been planning for a long time.