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Hi, We can provide the endorsement for you to take the written if you are a paid member on the site, however the student pilot app must be completed in person with a CFI, thus we would not be able to do that for you. The student pilot certificate is not required to be able to take the written, just to fly solo after you have completed your first…[Read more]
Jon K answered to the question “[RESOLVED] Do I get an endorsement after completing online ground School to take my exam.” 7 months, 3 weeks ago
You are exactly correct. Once you sign up for the premium course, you can call in or email and we will port over the data for you. Cheers!
Hi Jon, genuinely appreciate your video and great explanation. For my further understanding, I’d like to ask you a question regarding the missed approach procedure. Having referenced the AIM, I note that there i […]
Jon K answered to the question “[RESOLVED] Can I pay for just the Commercial Pilot ASEL Checkride Prep Boot Camp?” 9 months ago
Yes, you can buy a single course under the COURSES tab, or by clicking this link: https://fly8ma.com/buy-a-single-course/
Jon K answered to the question “[RESOLVED] should you have shoulder harness fastened if equiped with one?” 9 months ago
Yes, see 14CFR91.105 and 14CFR91.107
Rule of thumb (it varies), turn x wind at 500′, turn downwind 1/2 mile from the runway (so that your x wind and base legs would be 1/2 mile long, and also about a 1/2 mile final is what you would end up with if you were using the 45 degree rule).
Jon K answered to the question “[RESOLVED] What are the main differences between a TAC and a Fly Way Chart?” 9 months ago
TAC are for more detail in a terminal area, FLY WAY charts are specifically for VFR fly ways (don’t read too hard into it, just know what is on each and when you’d choose one over the other).
Ceiling around SFB is 3,000msl because the Bravo starts at 3,000′ msl and the ceiling is denoted as “T” meaning “terminal” or the airspace extends to the overlying terminal airspace which happens to be 3,000′ msl in this case.
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