Tag: endorsement

  • High-Performance Airplane

    Commercial pilot license requirements contain 10 hours of complex airplane flight time (at least it was so in 2018 – as far as I know, now only technically advanced aircraft time is required). Complex airplane means the one with a retractable gear, flaps and constant-speed prop. But from the April 2018 it is not required […]

  • Spin Training

    Spin Training is a part of the flight instructor course, but I suppose that this training is useful for all pilots. Of course it’s better to recognize approaching spin in advance, but sometimes shit happens anyway, and it’s good to know what to do in that case. In theory the process is not very hard: […]

  • Tailwheel II

    I am continuing with my tailwheel training. I found out that taxiing in citabria is not so difficult at the end, but just requires very precise pedals manipulation. There are two different landing methods: the first is when you keep nose-high attitude and let the tail wheel to touch down, and then apply even more […]

  • Tailwheel

    I’ve already told that I need 250h total time to meet the commercial requiremens, and I considered that I can fly different aircrafts during this time-building for getting additional endorsements. One of the endorsements is a tailwheel one. It is useful both for better airplane control and for future job opportunities: I am considering a […]