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WSM: VIDEO TRAINING
Posted On:  26th, April 2016
The following Videos offer insights that we hope that you will offer comments upon.Engine out on take-offEscape from Serious Spiral Dive in Real LifeSpiral Dive RecoverySpiral TrainingFlying in TurbulenceGoose Step Landing Goes WrongLanding in turbulence
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WSM: Practical Training Syllabus
Posted On:  26th, April 2016
PRACTICAL FLIGHT TRAINING FOR NPLWEIGHT SHIFT CONTROLLED MICROLIGHTS   You can expect the syllabus set by flight schools to differ in respect of the implementation of the requirements. However, the following is offered as a guide to prospective student pilots on what they will cover in their training.&nb
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WSM: Practical Training Phase 1
Posted On:  26th, April 2016
 PRACTICAL FLIGHT TRAINING FOR NPL WEIGHT SHIFT CONTROLLED MICROLIGHTS   You can expect the syllabus set by flight schools to differ in respect of the implementation of the requirements. However, the following is offered as a guide to prospective student pilots on what they will cover in their train
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WSM: Practical Training Phase 2
Posted On:  26th, April 2016
PRACTICAL FLIGHT TRAINING FOR NPLWEIGHT SHIFT CONTROLLED MICROLIGHTS   You can expect the syllabus set by flight schools to differ in respect of the implementation of the requirements. However, the following is offered as a guide to prospective The Student Pilot pilots on what they will cover in their tr
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WSM: Practical Training Phase 3
Posted On:  26th, April 2016
PRACTICAL FLIGHT TRAINING FOR NPLWEIGHT SHIFT CONTROLLED MICROLIGHTS   You can expect the syllabus set by flight schools to differ in respect of the implementation of the requirements. However, the following is offered as a guide to prospective student pilots on what they will cover in their training.&nb
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WSM: Practical Training Phase 4
Posted On:  26th, April 2016
PRACTICAL FLIGHT TRAINING FOR NPLWEIGHT SHIFT CONTROLLED MICROLIGHTS   You can expect the syllabus set by flight schools to differ in respect of the implementation of the requirements. However, the following is offered as a guide to prospective student pilots on what they will cover in their training.&nb
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WSM: Practical Training Phase 5
Posted On:  26th, April 2016
PRACTICAL FLIGHT TRAINING FOR NPLWEIGHT SHIFT CONTROLLED MICROLIGHTS   You can expect the syllabus set by flight schools to differ in respect of the implementation of the requirements. However, the following is offered as a guide to prospective student pilots on what they will cover in their training.&nb
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WSM: Practical Training Phase 6
Posted On:  26th, April 2016
PRACTICAL FLIGHT TRAINING FOR NPLWEIGHT SHIFT CONTROLLED MICROLIGHTS   You can expect the syllabus set by flight schools to differ in respect of the implementation of the requirements. However, the following is offered as a guide to prospective student pilots on what they will cover in their training.&nb
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LSA and CCM: Practical Training Syllabus
Posted On:  26th, April 2016
PRACTICAL FLIGHT TRAINING MANUAL FOR NPL LIGHT SPORT AEROPLANE AND CONVENTIONAL CONTROLLED MICROLIGHTS The practical syllabus flight training has been broken up into 5 phases. The aim of the course is to train a candidate to the level of proficiency required for the issue of a type rating for light sport aeroplane
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