TEACHING YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN THE FIELD OF AVIATION
Chief Executive Officer
FAA Certified Flight Instructor, Commercial Instrument Pilot's Certificate, Advanced Ground School Instrument Instructor
Commercial Instrument Pilot's Certificate with over 2000 hours of flight time
Commercial Pilot's Certificate, New York Chapter President of Black Pilots of America
Providing support for the team and vital to the smooth-running of the operation.
The first week we will do an introduction to the Aviation, discuss rules and regulations, complete registration forms, answer any questions and begin our first Aviation lesson - FAA Rules and Regulations
This week we will learn the parts of an airplane, flight controls, the three axis of rotations, and the 4 aerodynamic forces.
Discuss Bernoulli's Principle and Newtons third law, Stalls, Wake turbulence, ground effect, and left turn tendencies.
We will go over the Pitot Static system, V-Speeds, Different measures of speed, Different measures of altitude ,standard pressure and temperature and how it effect performance.
We will discuss the Gyro-system and how it work our instruments. We will discuss what is Gyro precession, different headings, coordinated turns, standard rate turns, and how to read and interpret each instrument.
we will learn about each airspace, why do we have different airspaces, what are in each and who may enter. We will also understand how to read an aviation chart and what symbols and colors mean.
We will learn Airport operations, airport signage, how to get in and out of controlled and non controlled airports.
We will learn how to communicate Air Traffic Control correctly, lost procedures, emergency procedures and emergency squawk codes.
We will discuss the significance of weather, how to read and interpret a METAR, and the safety importance of weather. We will also discuss weight and balance and how to correctly load your aircraft.
At the end of the course we will celebrate our Young Aviators with a ceremony. Each Young Aviator will receive a certificate, certifying their 13.5 hours of ground schooling.