Aircraft Instruments

Aircraft Flight Instruments Explained

Jul 20, 2024

As part of their flight training, all pilots must learn how to understand and interpret aircraft instruments in order to safely operate their aeroplanes. Aircraft instruments are vital to the safe operation of any aircraft, ultimately helping the pilot maintain control while identifying any potential issues at a glance. Understanding the way these instruments work… (read more)

Flight Training

What Do Student Pilots Do During Flight Training?

May 20, 2024

Learning to fly involves studying and developing a range of skills, including understanding the mechanics of an aircraft, the weather, the clouds, radio use, and the rules and regulations set by local authorities. You’ll learn how to control an aircraft in straight and level flight, take-offs and landings and how to recover from a stall… (read more)

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2024 The Best Time To Launch Your Aviation Career

Mar 22, 2024

For those aspiring to become professional pilots, 2024 is rapidly emerging as the best time ever to launch your aviation career. Demand for pilots is soaring worldwide, with aviation companies rapidly returning to profitability after the long COVID years and desperately seeking qualified, experienced staff. If you’ve always dreamt of spreading your wings with an… (read more)

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How AI Is Transforming The Aviation Industry

Jan 28, 2024

Set to revolutionise the aviation industry as we know it, artificial intelligence (AI) has been sweeping the world, wowing us with its tremendously untapped potential. With the help of artificial intelligence, aviators are investigating new ways to increase efficiency, optimise workloads and, most importantly, enhance safety! How Is AI Used In The Aviation Industry? AI… (read more)

Top 10 Aviation Career Preparation Tips

Nov 21, 2023

Building a successful career in the aviation industry requires more than just building knowledge. It requires hard work, dedication and preparation to ensure you are ready for the high demands of the job. To help you get ahead in your aviation career preparation, here are 10 tips to get you started. 1. Make Yourself Known… (read more)

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10 Best Things About Becoming An Airline Pilot

Sep 18, 2023

Ever dreamed of becoming an airline pilot? What is it about being a pilot that causes people to strive to build a career in the aviation industry? Is it being in command of large, powerful aircraft, travelling the world for free, or the rewarding responsibility of transporting passengers safely to their destinations? Whatever the reason… (read more)

The Role Of Technology In The Future Of Pilot Training

Jul 25, 2023

The aviation industry has long relied upon highly specialised skills, technical and mechanical applications and critical calculations in which technology has played a key role. The use and development of new aviation technology has gradually progressed over time to the point where it has now become an absolute necessity, both within aircraft operation and the… (read more)

14 Study Tips For Aviation Students

May 25, 2023

Becoming a pilot is not just about learning to fly an aircraft, it involves studying the theory behind the principles of flight, navigation, meteorology and much more! In order to qualify for your pilot license, you must study and pass all of the theory components of your pilot training, whether it be a PPL, CPL… (read more)

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Pilot Mindset And How It Can Affect The Safety Of Your Flight

Mar 30, 2023

Being a pilot requires careful precision in all aspects of the job, from the preflight and weather assessments to filing flight plans, take-offs, landings, inflight skills and decision making. In fact, the successful completion of any flight significantly depends on a pilot’s state of mind, attitude, and personal judgment – often referred to in general… (read more)

Hypoxia In Aviation

Jan 23, 2023

Many aviation incidents and accidents are officially attributed to a pilot’s inability to detect and react to various physiological changes which results in their skills, judgement and abilities becoming compromised. When operating at high altitudes there are a number of physiological problems that can affect pilot safety and, therefore, the safety of the crew, passengers… (read more)