AeroDynamic Private and Sport Pilot Ground School Starts Aug 1Jul 19 2012 · 0 comments · News
The next session of our popular Sport / Private Pilot Ground School starts Wed Aug 1, 2012.
Classes are held Wednesdays at 6:30 – 9.00 pm.
The ground school covers all the information you will need to fly safely and to pass the knowledge test. Some homework, in the form of extra reading is required.
You can join the class at any point, and continue through the next session, or simply drop in for sessions that interest you.
Cost is $220.00 for the complete course ($20 discount for EAA Members). Materials not included. You will need to buy books and materials. They ara available from the Instructor, or in any pilot shop.
If you don’t want the whole course, you can drop in for single sessions, at a cost of $20 per session. Licensed pilots who want a refresher are welcome. You can join the class at any point, and continue through the next session.
Click here for more information, enroll and pay online, or call the office on (408) 320-9614 to enroll, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The schedule may be changed to account for public holidays or changes in the syllabus.
Aircraft Structure, Flight Controls and Principles
Aerodynamic of Flight
Flight manuals, Documents, Weight and Balance
Airspace, Aeromedical factors
Federal Aviation Rules an regulations – FAR Part 61
Federal Aviation Rules an regulations – FAR Part 91
Weather Services, Charts and briefings
Radio Navigation, Aeronatical Decision Making (ADM)
X – Country Flight Planning, review, final review
About the Instructor
Larry Reed, CFI, CFII, MEI, AGI, IGI, BS in Professional Aeronautics, Embry Riddle
Larry is our popular Sport and Private Pilot Ground School instructor. Larry had his first airplane ride at six and has loved airplanes and flying since. He began flying lessons in 1964 at the Navy Memphis Flying Club, soloed in 1966 at RHV and became a CFI in 1977, also at RHV. He admits to having his taildragger skills improved by Len von Clemm who also taught him aerobatics in 1978. He taught in tail-draggers and tri-cycle geared airplanes at Amelia Reid Aviation and other flight schools since 1977.