Rob V. founded in October of 2019. He holds commercial single and multi-engine instrument ratings, and is a licensed CFI / CFII for both single and multi-engine aircraft. Rob currently has 1,500+ hours of flight logged, 1,000 of which is dual-given as an instructor. Learn more about him in his full bio here.
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5 Types of Airspeed Explained

Airplanes only create lift within a certain speed range, so to maintain flight, a pilot has to fly between minimum and maximum speeds. Just reading the airspeed off of the Airspeed Indicator doesn’t give the full picture, however. There are inherent accuracies in the Airspeed Indicator itself, as well as other conditions that make the Read More…

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Choosing a Flight School Near You

Learning to fly can be one of the most challenging, yet rewarding activities you may ever partake upon in your life. One of the most important decisions you will make about your flying career is choosing the right flight school. Sometimes this is not so easy, as you may only have one or two flight Read More…

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Restricted ATP Explained

Before being allowed first officer privileges in an airliner, one must get an ATP (Airline Transport Pilot) certificate, which requires 1500 flight hours, among other requirements. With that said, is there a way to get into the right seat without 1500 hours? Yes, with the R-ATP, or Restricted Airline Transport Pilot certificate. Under certain circumstances, Read More…