Private Pilot Diary Course

$199.00 $99

Private Pilot Diary: $199.00 $99

Private Pilot Diary Description

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Tower Talk Included For FREE ($149 Value)

Master aviation communication with former air traffic controller, Aloha Bob.

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Add AV8Live to your ground school and receive 1 on 1 live video training based on each module in your course. Q&A sessions. Review FAA exam questions to expect on your exam. Multiple sessions to meet your schedule needs. Check ride prep sessions.

Instructors

We believe that learning from multiple instructors provides the best chance for you to become the greatest pilot you can be.

Flight School Instructor Marc
Flight School Instructor Marc
Flight School Instructor Jackie
Flight School Instructor Jackie
Flight School Instructor Drew
Flight School Instructor Drew
Flight School Instructor Victoria
Flight School Instructor Victoria
Flight School Instructor Bob
Flight School Instructor Bob

Private Pilot Diary Course Content

Ace your FAA written exam with the AV8Prep.com online ground school.
Watch a student become a private pilot! Follow along in her journey from discovery flight all the way to checkride in these 15-minute lessons

  • Checklist Usage
  • Pre-Brief
  • Pre-Flight
  • Basic ATC Communications
  • Climb
  • Cruise 
  • Descent
  • Engine Run-up
  • Airspeed Indicator
  • Power Settings 
  • Aircraft Configurations
  • Traffic Pattern Procedures
  • Crosswind Taxi
  • Straight and Level Flight
  • Trim Usage
  • Transfer of Controls
  • Normal Approach and Landing
  • ATC Communications
  • Normal Takeoff
  • Constant Airspeed Climb
  • Aircraft Configurations
  • Touch-and-Goes
  • Normal Landing
  • Slow Flight
  • Power Off Stall
  • Power On Stall
  • Obtaining Weather
  • Crosswind
  • Downwind
  • Base
  • Final
  • Stabilized Approach to Land
  • Landing Flare
  • Takeoff Clearance
  • Landing Clearance
  • Crosswind Corrections
  • Normal Landing
  • Simulated Instrument Time
  • Power On Stall
  • Power Off Stall
  • Airspeed Control
  • Airspeed Control
  • Aircraft Configuration
  • Touch-and-Goes
  • S-Turns
  • Turns Around a Point
  • Power On Stalls
  • Power Off Stalls
  • Steep Turns
  • Slow Flight
  • Go-Arounds
  • Slips
  • Simulated Engine Failure
  • Simulated Engine Fire
  • Emergency Descent
  • Simulated Engine Failure on Takeoff
  • Traffic Pattern Procedures
  • Stabilized Approach
  • Energy Management
  • Crosswind Landings
  • Forward Slip
  • Emergency Landing Procedures
  • Simulated Engine Failure 
  • Power Off Landing
  • Simulated Failure on Takeoff
  • Departing Traffic Pattern
  • Solo Endorsements
  • Solo Student
  • Traffic Pattern Departures
  • Traffic Pattern Entries
  • Practice Area Procedures
  • Obtaining Weather En-Route
  • Untowered Traffic Pattern Procedures
  • Short Field Takeoff
  • Short Field Landing
  • Pilotage
  • Dead Reckoning
  • Navigation Log
  • Wind Correction 
  • Airport Beacons
  • Runway Lights
  • Airport Signs
  • Night Takeoff
  • Night Landing
  • Cross Country Navigation Log
  • Cruise Flight
  • Terrain Avoidance
  • Entering Traffic Pattern
  • Flight Following
  • Soft Field Takeoff
  • Soft Field Landing on Grass Runway
  • Short Field Takeoff
  • Short Field Landing
  • VFR Checkpoints
  • VFR Flight Following
  • Normal Takeoff
  • Departing Traffic Pattern
  • Entering Traffic Pattern
  • Normal Landing
  • Position Reporting at Untowered Field
  • VOR Tracking and Intercepting
  • VOR Orientation
  • Steep Turns
  • Power On Stall
  • Power Off Stall
  • Wind Check
  • Monitoring 121.5
  • VFR Waypoints
  • Normal Takeoff
  • Normal Landing
  • Navigation Log
  • Pilotage and Dead-Reckoning
  • Checklist Usage
  • ATC Communications
  • Normal Takeoff
  • Normal Landing
  • Soft Field Takeoff 
  • Soft Field Landing
  • Short Field Takeoff 
  • Short Field Runway
  • Power On Stall
  • Power Off Stall
  • Untowered Radio Communications
  • Tuning and Identifying VOR
  • VOR Orientation
  • VOR Tracking
  • VOR Radial Intercepting
  • Turns Around a Point
  • S-Turns
  • Clearing Turns
  • Simulated Instrument Flying
  • Unusual Attitudes
  • Power Off Stall
  • Power On Stall
  • Soft Field Landing
  • Soft Field Takeoff
  • Short Field Landing
  • Checklist Usage
  • Traffic Pattern Procedures
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Slow Flight
  • Power On Stall
  • Power Off Stall
  • Steep Turns
  • Ground Reference Maneuvers
  • Avionics System 
  • VOR Orientation 
  • VOR Tracking and Intercepting Radials

Private Pilot Diary Course Reviews

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Federal Aviation Administration: Recreational Pilot and Private Pilot

https://www.faa.gov/

FAA’s Mission is to provide the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world.

Recreational Pilot and Private Pilot Certificates

You must be at least 17 years old. If you want to be a private glider pilot or be rated for free flight in a balloon, you must be at least 16 years old.

What tests do I have to pass to get a recreational pilot’s certificate or private pilot’s certificate?
You have to pass both a written knowledge test and a practical (flight) test.

Due to process changes, effective February 17, 2015, you will no longer be able to use this webpage and the email address airmendatarequest@faa.gov to submit requests for air traffic data under the Pilot’s Bill of Rights. Under the new process, individuals entitled to access or otherwise obtain air traffic data under the Pilot’s Bill of Rights should direct such requests to the FAA investigator that provided them with the written notification of investigation.

Background

On August 22, 2012, the FAA published a Federal Register Notice (77 FR 52107) specifying how and where an airman subject to an FAA investigation can submit a request under the Pilot’s Bill of Rights, Pub. L. 112-153 (Aug. 3, 2012), to obtain air traffic data in the possession of a government contractor. Specifically, the Notice instructed airmen to click on the “Pilot’s Bill of Rights” hyperlink on the FAA‘s webpage to find out what information they would need to include in their request to obtain air traffic data in the possession of a government contractor. The Notice also instructed airmen to email their requests to airmendatarequest@faa.gov.

The FAA established the email address airmendatarequest@faa.gov as a centralized point of contact for efficient processing of these requests. However, the email address has been burdened with many other types of requests (for example, unspecified requests for “any air traffic data,” requests for other agency information, or requests by individuals who are not the subject of an investigation related to the approval, denial, suspension, modification, or revocation of an airman certificate). Because the email address is no longer an efficient means for processing the requests for which it was intended, we will no longer use it.

You can find the information above in Federal Register Notice (80 FR 2276) (PDF), published on January 20, 2015.

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