Little Known Aviation Facts

Little Known Aviation Facts

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Let’s explore the lighter side of aviation today with some little know aviation facts. If you are like most, when you are boarding your flight or are enjoying your above the clouds point of view in flight, your mind wanders to questions about the aircraft, the pilot, and just flying in general. You likely have some questions, so today, the professionals at AirLink are sharing some little-known aviation facts. If you are among the 80 percent who have aerophobia (fear …

Do You Need an Instrument Rating?

Do You Need an Instrument Rating?

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As a private pilot or as a student studying for your private pilot’s license, you may be wondering about getting your instrument rating. Earning your instrument rating offers you a number of benefits including allowing you to fly during low visibility conditions causes by weather and other factors, including heavy cloud cover. Obtaining your instrument rating can help you be a safer pilot and keep you in the air rather than on the ground when you want to fly, and …

Get a Taste of Flight in the Redbird FMX

Get a Taste of Flight in the Redbird FMX

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If you are looking for a bit of adventure, are considering flight school, or are already enrolled, Airlink Flight School would like to introduce the Redbird FMX flight simulator experience. For a small fee, you can get a taste of flight aboard the state-of-the-art simulator configured for a Cessna 172 SP Steam and G1000, Piper Archer PA28, and a Dutchess Twin BE76. Designed with a three-axis electric motion platform you will experience the unmatched feedback in roll (40 percent roll …

Take the First Step – Part 61 The Private Pilot Program

Take the First Step – Part 61 The Private Pilot Program

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When you are ready to take the initial step toward earning your pilot’s certificate or rating, then Part 61 – The Private Pilot Program at Airlink Flight School is the place to begin. To familiarize you with the terms, Part 61 and Part 141 are part of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs), the regulators of all U.S. aviation activity. Each section describes the requirements and regulations needed for you to get your pilot’s certificate or rating, including the details of …

The Value of Learning to Fly

The Value of Learning to Fly

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If you are wondering what it would be like to learn to fly, considering all the benefits might help you take the final step toward your dream. Learning to fly is challenging, requiring not only your time but also commitment. Yet, the rewards are limitless and far surpass the benefits of which you are already aware like saving time and enhancing productivity. Whether you long to fly to fulfill your career aspirations or simply dream of flying for the love …