Aircraft's questions - German iziqna

Best answer: Find another club. Most have a free introductory period where newbies can fly under strict supervision and instruction, usually on a dual-box controller which allows the supervisor to take control at any point. There might be a charge for the instruction itself, but you won’t have to pay the annual club fees.... show more

What degree needed to be pilot?

6 answers · 1 week ago
I know I need a bachelor degree , I researched what degrees I need , this is what I found “Career Requirements. To become a pilot you need a bachelor's degree in aircraft operations, aviation, aeronautical engineering, or a related field. In addition” . Do I need all of these degrees stated above or just one?

APU or External power ?

4 answers · 1 week ago
If the APU is available and EXTERNAL POWER is avaialble, which one is goibg to power the aircraft? Which one has the periority to power the aircraft? And why?

Best answer: We used VORs in the olden days. VOR stands for VHF Omnidirectional Range. There were VOR stations scattered over the landscape and you pick one and tune into it, and the VOR receiver in your plane gives you the direction to it. If you fly in that direction you'll reach it and then move to a new VOR... show more

Commercial Pilots License?

8 answers · 3 weeks ago
Why don’t flight schools just start students off at a commercial pilots license? Like that’s what the military does so why can’t civilians to that? In my opinion they should just eliminate the private pilots license and just have everyone get the commercial license.

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Best answer: First of all, congrats on your dream of becoming a pilot! Flying is just awesome. Second, you don't need to get a degree in aviation to be a commercial pilot. You can get all your ratings from a non-university flight school at a municipal airport. I used to work at a flight school at a small municipal... show more

How close can a plane get to Area 51?

10 answers · 4 weeks ago
Best answer: The absolute closest you can get to Groom Lake is about 12 nautical miles, at a point east of the center of the salt flat. This would put your aircraft just outside restricted areas R-4808N and R-4806W. There's Alamo, a public use airport, just 15 miles further east, and between this airport and tours out of... show more