Sure it’s simple to tell when you’re flying over the clouds, but what about anticipating whether you’ll be flying into the clouds if you maintain your current altitude? This is a pretty important concept for any VFR pilot.
Watching the UConn paint dry while flying over Rentschler field.
Wow, it’s been a few months since my last post, I hate when that happens. I have a bunch of topics queued up, but for now I’ll quickly get you caught up.
Simulated engine failure at 4,500′ with a spiral down for landing at Hartford Brainard, KHFD. The prop is moving but the plane is at idle so it’s basically just a glider. The descent is sped up 800x, it actually took quite a bit longer to get down.
I’m getting close to being ready for my private pilot checkride so I’m already thinking of where I want to go. Continue reading
Need help understanding Class E Airspace logic? This is a must read.
Here’s a time lapse video of my workload during my second solo cross country flight, coming back from New Bedford, MA.