Last Updated 08/2020
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 107 lectures (6h) | Size: 5.7 GB
Basic Aerodynamics, Aerodynamic Forces, Weight & Balance, and Performance & Limitations
What you'll learn
Pass the FAA Private Pilot knowledge test (PAR) with a grade of 90 or more
Although optional, enrollment in Part 1 of the course series is highly recommended.
Willingness to study hard
Basic math and physics skills (high-school level)
Free links to the study material are provided for each lesson
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This course series is designed to give you the necessary ground knowledge to pass the FAA Private Pilot Airplane (PAR) Knowledge Test. I specifically designed this material to be comprehensive and not just an overview. I will go IN DETAIL about each of the knowledge areas and provide explanations to not only pass the test, but also become a proficient pilot. Anybody can pass the test by memorizing the question bank, but that's NOT what this course is about.
The second part of this five-part series goes over Basic Aerodynamics, Aerodynamic Forces, Weight & Balance, and Performance & Limitations. I included links to the free FAA publications as well as over 100 practice questions. This course follows the guidance of the Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) under Part 61. You should definitely start flight training while taking this course.
Over 100 hours went into preparing the slides, and recording/editing this course, I hope you will find it valuable and helpful towards your training.
The other courses are:
Part 1: Introduction to Flight Training, Aircraft Structure, Aircraft Systems, Flight Instruments.
Part 3: Regulation, Inspections & Documents, Aeromedical Factors, Aeronautical Decision Making.
Part 4: Weather Theory, Weather Services, Airport Operations, Radio Communications.
Part 5: Airspace, Charts, Navigation, Flight Computer & Cross-country Planning + 2 Bonus Practice FAA Exams.
Optional Part 6, available by private message ONLY: Receive a paper written endorsement from the instructor to take the FAA test (requires enrollment in all 5 parts + proof that you are proficient with the knowledge).
Who this course is for
Student pilots working towards an FAA Private Pilot certificate
Aviation enthusiasts interested in furthering their knowledge
Students enrolled in a Part 141 program looking for additional resources and alternate explanations
"Rusty" pilots who are looking to get back into aviation
Foreign students looking to get informed on US regulation
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