Come in a little closer. I’ll tell you a secret to make sure you pass your checkride every time. Just remember this little mantra: “You don’t win a fight, on fight night.”read more
We all have doubts about being good enough for something we really really want to do. It doesn’t matter if it is approaching an attractive girl/guy at the party or a raise at our job, that insecurity haunts us to a certain point, and student pilots are no exception for this feeling.read more
Practicing is required for any disciplined person to achieve their objective. Maybe you’re looking to become a greater musician, or you want to win a swimming tournament. Or, as in your case, you want to become a professional pilot. But why do we need to have this discipline? Because you need to acquire new habits and make time for your practice if you really want to make your objectives effective.read more
You have decided already in your mind that flight school is in your future, but, you’re uncertain about how long will it take for you to actually get enrolled? Is it difficult? What do I need to do?
Don’t let those doubts change your mind without actually knowing what the process is. Lets figure out long it takes to enroll at a flight school in the United States and the steps needed for it.
The Miami aviation landmark for nearly 30 years will be relocating it's Opa Locka Executive Airport facility at the end of November.read more
Every enrollment process can have a certain level of frustration and stress for the one who is going through it and the pilot enrollment process is not the exception for newcomers. Identifying the source of this frustration, however, can certainly help to minimize it and make the process smoother and lead to a better aviation learning experience. To help you with that, this is a list of the most common things to cause frustration in the pilot enrollment process and how you can deal with them.read more
You’ve finished your commercial license and think to yourself “Now What?”. This question comes across the minds of many student pilots. For those wanting to go after a professional pilot career, you may want to consider becoming a certified flight instructor. If your aim is the airlines you must reach 1,500 hours of flight experience.read more
There are already a lot of articles, blog posts, videos and different media pieces telling you to become a pilot, but this is not one of those. This is different. We all need to see things from a different perspective once in a while and that’s why we’ll see the reasons to not to become a pilot.read more
New Airman Certification Standards
The new Airman Certification Standards (ACS) were developed by the FAA to provide a more integrated and systematic approach to testing. Most students and instructors think “Oh no! The test is changing!” But, what does this mean to the student? What we are actually seeing is that the examiners are moving from rote questions to scenarios that students have to think through.read more
You’ve made the decision. Flying is in your future. Parents have been convinced, funding has been secured, and your are ready to crank that engine. The first thing in the road to becoming a pilot once you’ve chosen a school to go, is the enrollment process to be part of that program. These steps may not seem clear at the beginning, but here you’ll find them summarized in 4 quick steps that will help you going through the process.