Course

2019 FREE Private Pilot Ground School

This course will cover the basic knowledge required of a private pilot to pass the Private Pilot Airplane written exam, and will prepare you for your flight training in an actual aircraft with your flight instructor. It is broken up into LESSONS, and each LESSON has several TOPICS.

20 Lessons

2019 Private Pilot Online Ground School

This course will cover the basic knowledge required of a private pilot to pass the Private Pilot Airplane written exam, and will prepare you for your flight training in an actual aircraft with your flight instructor.

It is broken up into LESSONS, and each LESSON has several TOPICS.

TO GET STARTED:

  1. Click on TAKE THIS COURSE to sign up for the course
  2. Click on LESSON 1 and watch the corresponding video and read the material
  3. Click on the TOPICS within the lesson to view the videos and read the material
  4. Once you have viewed all the topics, complete the QUIZ to move onto the next LESSON

Watch the How to Use This Course Video!

Important Notes:

  • Set realistic goals for yourself.
    • There is A LOT of material here that will prepare you to become a Pilot.  Take your time going through the lessons
    • Realistically expect to complete only one or two lessons in a day.
    • ENSURE YOU MARK YOUR LESSONS and TOPICS COMPLETE using the MARK COMPLETE button in the bottom left of each lesson and topic.  You must spend the minimum time shown on the TIMER in the bottom left of the screen to be able to mark the topic complete.
    • Feel free to work ahead, and even complete the entire course before you ever take your first flight lesson.  You can always go back and review later if needed.
    • Complete this course and earn 500 FLY8MA Points! (use your points to unlock free rewards!)

Lesson 1: Your First Flight

Lesson 2: Maneuvers and the Traffic Pattern

Lesson 3: Understanding the Wind and Turns

Lesson 4: AOA, Stalls, and Other Scary Things

Lesson 5: Ground Reference, Maneuvers, and FARs

Lesson 6: Building Good Landings

Lesson 7: The Less Busy Airspace: G, E, D

Lesson 8: Class A, B, and C Airspace: The Busier Side of the Sky

Lesson 9: Flying Blind and Performance Calculations

Lesson 10: Soft and Short Field T.O.'s + Landings

Lesson 11: Start Your Engines: Engines, Systems, and Instruments

Lesson 12: Weight and Balance, Navigation Systems

Lesson 13: Luck with Weather

Lesson 14: Your First SOLO!

Lesson 15: VFR Charts and Navigation

Lesson 16: Weather Charts and Services

Lesson 17: Aeromedical Factors, ADM, FARS

Lesson 18: Flying at Night

Lesson 19: Cross Country Flight Planning

Lesson 20: Test Prep