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Tailwheel Training Programs

Tailwheel Training Programs

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Aerobatics Training

Aerobatics Training

The Ultimate Aviation Experience

Imagine a roller coaster 3,000 ft off the ground and you are the one controlling it! Come join us and learn to fly basic and advanced maneuvers according to International Aerobatic Club standards. Aerobatic flight is the ultimate flying form that pushes you and your airplane to the limit. You will find out what you are truly capable of as a stick and rudder pilot. This experience can enhance your overall precision as a pilot across different types of flight operations. And it is fun.

  • Training conducted in the 180hp Super Decathlon.
  • Course instructed by CAA Chief Flight Instructor, a highly experienced USAF combat veteran fighter pilot, airshow pilot and crop duster.
  • Flexible Training Schedule
  • One-on-one Instruction

Private Pilot License and at least 100 total flight hours

Average syllabus completion time:
Basic Aerobatics
•10 flight hours
•15 ground school hours
Competitive Aerobatics
•10 flight hours
•5 ground school hours

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So what is Part-61 and F.A.R Part-141?2020-07-22T20:01:58-05:00

To better understand the two different types of flight training methods, it is helpful to determine exactly what these terms mean.

The term “part” in this case refers to a part of the Federal Aviation Regulations, or FARs. The FARs outline requirements for pilots, flight schools, maintenance requirements, and many other aviation-related topics.

Part 61 of the FARs is all about the regulations for pilot certification. It outlines the topics covered during flight training and the amount of flight hours required to obtain specific flight certificates. Part 141 describes regulations for flight training institutions and flight schools. Under Part 141, a flight school must seek and maintain FAA approval for its training curriculum, syllabus and lesson plans, creating a more structured flight training environment. A Part 61 training environment is less strict, and leaves an instructor with more flexibility to change the training program as he sees fit. Both training programs teach to the same FAA practical test standards.


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