Have you ever looked up to the sky and thought, “One day I will fly?” In a recent poll the high cost of flight training has kept many people from realizing a life-long dream of flight. Did you know that there is an 80% drop-out rate for those learning how fly?This book covers; types of aircraft available to fly, how much training is required and valuable tips on how to save money on flight training. Also includes a special section for career bound pilots.
Learn about types of ground schools and flight training options, FAA Part 61 and 141 flight schools, choosing a flight instructor, self-study and classroom training, value of using approved and PC based flight simulators, study techniques for flight and ground training, learning to fly at busy metropolitan airport verses rural air-strips, flight test tips and more. Find out what areas in which it is not wise to go cheap.
TC Freeman, FAA Certified Flight Instructor and Aviation Safety Specialist gives tips on how to maximize efficient training and how to deal with discouragement as you work toward the goal of being a pilot. There is even a chapter on what to do if you run out of money along the way. Tom relays his 16 years of Aviation Safety experience discussing “How to Live Long and Prosper in Aviation.”
The special section on career bound pilots focuses on those planning for an airline or corporate flying job. Readers will enjoy a frank discussion on the high cost of attaining a college degree and a full complement of flight ratings.
It is possible to save a minimum of ten percent on the cost of learning to fly by using the tips in this book, a significant chunk of change! Don’t let another year go by without experiencing the beauty and enjoyment of flying an aircraft.
Published by WOF Media, AviationSafetyWeb.com.