Ground instruction is the ‘less glamorous’ but integral part of learning to fly. You can’t wait to jump in the airplane and start flying, but the time you spend in the airplane is only as valuable as the knowledge you gain during your ground instruction. The truth is, with the noise and distractions in the cockpit, it can be the most challenging place to learn to fly.
It is imperative to learn what an aviator can and can’t do in both the air and on the ground. To gain a firm understanding, you must invest the time and effort to thoroughly comprehend the assigned reading and ground lessons. Ground instruction helps you respect the regulations, plan accordingly, and operate safely. Remember, it also prepares you for your written and oral test.
Anything you want to achieve can only be completed when you start with a good foundation. Learning to fly is the same. Ground Instruction is that foundation.
Contact Robert Phillips and start your ground training today.