No cooler lookin’ blades than the H160. Form truly meets function in this one.
Mi vida no ha sido nada fácil, ha sido muy difícil. He vivido cosas fuertes y he pasado por pruebas de Dios muy duras, he llorado amargamente y he reído hasta que el estómago me ha dolido, vengo desde muy lejos y ahora me doy cuenta que lo que realmente importa es que tan lejos nosotros podamos llegar. Dios no me ha abandonado, Dios ha estado conmigo cada paso que doy y aunque mis pasos sean los más lentos o pequeños posible, el sabe cual es mi destino y el futuro para el cual el me está formando. Todo lo que soy, soy por qué él lo ha permitido y por que él quiere que así sea. 🙏🏻✨🛩
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We spy a Covington Aircraft logo on this amazing aircraft now at the Museum of Flight! Do you know the aircraft in this photo taken by @robbywallacephotos
It’s a bit strange flying to other countries in a plane single pilot. Landing amongst airliners but parking up with the private jets with VIP handing and service.
Face to face with the global 5000
A big giant heartfelt cheers to the 20,000+ people who showed up this weekend to share the adventure of celebrating Hangar 24’s 10th Anniversary at the best AirFest we’ve ever experienced.
📷: Air Force Major John “Rain” Waters and I celebrating his safe and spectacular performance in the F-16 Viper with the newly designed H24 cans on our flight from March Air Reserve Base back to Redlands Municipal Airport piloted by the generous Brian Bearie in his gorgeous PC-12 Pilatus. #usaf #hangar24 #adventuresweshare
📸 Got her up to 070-worth the wait
Can you tell? Is this a real DeHavilland Beaver starting up, or a radio controlled beaver?! From @seaplanerating
After a pretty long revision week which totalled at around 50 hours, I’m home now and up to start at 7 am for self study. •
There are two ways in which to train and they both lead to the same place - a first officer. They are integrated and modular. •
What’s the difference? Well, as already stated, they both get you to the same place, ready for airline interviews.
Integrated is like going to school. I avoid the term ‘university’ because flight training is 5 days a week at 10 hours a day and additional self study in the evenings and at the weekends and therefore if you’re looking for the ‘uni’ lifestyle, you’re not going to find it at flight school. Reason being is that you’re cramming all the content for a 3/4 year uni course into 6 months. •
So the integrated way is a set 6 month period for ground school and a further 1 year of an accumulation of flight training and further ground school with various courses and ratings included. This route is full time and as mentioned before, like school. •
The other option is modular. This is a much more flexible course aimed at guys who want to achieve all this training quicker than integrated can provide, or indeed want to maintain a job alongside studies and therefore take a little longer. Modular can be distance learning or classroom learning. •
I personally prefer distance learning as I can set my own pace and if I’ve had a bad day, I can work later the following day. It also allows me to maintain a lifestyle outside of studying, structuring my week how I see fit. Statistics actually show distance learning achieves a greater final score than classroom learning which relates back to being able to work at your own pace. •
I believe modular learning really improves brain stamina. You think of athletic stamina - well the mind also has a stamina and sitting down on your own for 10 hours a day really improves that. I’ve noticed a vast increase in my mental stamina since starting my PPL last year where, initially I struggled to sit for more than an hour without going crazy. This has gone on to help with self discipline too. I’m now pulling 11/12 hour days consecutively.