Learning to fly with Sky Riders.
- On your first day a slot is booked for you, consisting of: Paperwork, preflight checks, as well as a flight which will be exercises 1-4.
- The Next 3 hours will likely consist of "upper air exercises" including, Stalls, steep turns, medium turns, decending turns, ascending turns, Level flight and radio procedures.
- Approximately the next 8 hours (based on the average students learning rate) would be spent in the circuit, learning how to take off and land the aircraft.
- After your first Solo flight you are now required to complete 3 hours in the circuit solo. before each solo flight you must first complete a check ride with the instructor.
- After your 3 hours in the circuit your instructor will take you back to the G.F. for a short refresher. Following this you will spend around 8 hours practicing upper air exercises in the G.F. including forced landings and precautionary landings.
- You should now complete a duel one hour cross country flight, followed by 2 hours of solo cross country flights.
- A duel flight preparation check is now done, and you are left with one more solo hour before your final check ride