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Old February 28th 06, 11:50 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting,rec.aviation.aerobatics
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Flight Level Aviation is pleased to announce a half-day upset recovery
and introductory aerobatics course utilizing our full-motion simulator.
This course may be scheduled as a standalone or may be added on to
IFR recurrent training or type-specific Cessna 210 or Bonanza Training.
The course is taught by Paul Dawson, CFII, an aeronautical engineer
and experienced instrument instructor who has a particular interest in
stall/spin aerodynamics.

This course utilizes custom motion software specifically written for
Flight Level Aviation to work with the highly acclaimed X-Plane
software package. With this unique system you can:

* Explore unusual attitudes in both VMC and IMC conditions
* Recover from unusual attitudes with both full and partial instrument
panels
* Explore stall/spin characteristics with varying centers of gravity
and aircraft weights
* Experience basic aerobatic maneuvers including loops, rolls, spins,
and wingovers
* For advanced students or homebuilt pilots -- Design your own airfoil
with X-Plane and bring it to our full-motion simulator to fly it in
full motion!

Note: This course offers an introduction to upset recovery and
aerobatics and includes training in techniques which cannot be safely
taught in an airplane. It is quite realistic. However, with the
aeroabatics flight model used in the simulator you cannot log this as
aerobatic flight time; it is considered to be ground training only.
This is meant to supplement airplane-based training and is NOT meant to
qualify a pilot for solo aerobatics in an actual airplane. That said,
the course should be of considerable interest to pilots of all
experience levels, including both those who have never attempted
aerobatics up through experienced aerobatic pilots.


See http://www.flyimc.com for Details or email

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Old March 1st 06, 12:56 AM posted to rec.aviation.piloting,rec.aviation.aerobatics
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Default Upset Recovery Training

Hi Rich;

This looks like a very worthwhile program and I wish you a great deal of
success with it.
This training is a must for every pilot, and unfortunately, many don't get
it.
Hopefully, your program will help fill this gap.
Dudley Henriques

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Flight Level Aviation is pleased to announce a half-day upset recovery
and introductory aerobatics course utilizing our full-motion simulator.
This course may be scheduled as a standalone or may be added on to
IFR recurrent training or type-specific Cessna 210 or Bonanza Training.
The course is taught by Paul Dawson, CFII, an aeronautical engineer
and experienced instrument instructor who has a particular interest in
stall/spin aerodynamics.

This course utilizes custom motion software specifically written for
Flight Level Aviation to work with the highly acclaimed X-Plane
software package. With this unique system you can:

* Explore unusual attitudes in both VMC and IMC conditions
* Recover from unusual attitudes with both full and partial instrument
panels
* Explore stall/spin characteristics with varying centers of gravity
and aircraft weights
* Experience basic aerobatic maneuvers including loops, rolls, spins,
and wingovers
* For advanced students or homebuilt pilots -- Design your own airfoil
with X-Plane and bring it to our full-motion simulator to fly it in
full motion!

Note: This course offers an introduction to upset recovery and
aerobatics and includes training in techniques which cannot be safely
taught in an airplane. It is quite realistic. However, with the
aeroabatics flight model used in the simulator you cannot log this as
aerobatic flight time; it is considered to be ground training only.
This is meant to supplement airplane-based training and is NOT meant to
qualify a pilot for solo aerobatics in an actual airplane. That said,
the course should be of considerable interest to pilots of all
experience levels, including both those who have never attempted
aerobatics up through experienced aerobatic pilots.


See http://www.flyimc.com for Details or email



 




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