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Inflight Pilot Training - Federal Aviation Regulations Review
www.inflightpilottraining.com This is a run down of the Federal Aviation Regulations Part 43, Part 61, Part 91, & NTSB 830 for Private Pilot Applicants. Please note that we are not responsible for your actions and this is for reference only to help you navigate the regs. Anything stated in this video is for reference and may or may not be accurate. Some examples are not real declarations of fact. Please check the most current FAR/AIM on the FAA website for all legal rules and processes. https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/faa_regulations/
FAA Regulations Part 1, Aviation Regulations, FARs
We will try to decode the "lawyer language" used in federal regulations and make these rules easy to understand.
Views: 23105 Tim Morris
Fedral Aviation REGULATION
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Rod Machado's Interactive FAR eLearning Course for All Pilots
NEW! Federal Aviation Regulations for Pilots - An Interactive eLearning Course (4.0 hours) Having trouble keeping those eyelids open when studying the federal aviation regulations? Do the subject titles "FAR 61" and "FAR 91" represent the number of times you nod off reading about seat belts, airworthiness certificates and legal definitions? If so, then let me help you learn or review the FARs in a unique, fun and interactive way. This course contains four hours of videos and animations that tell you what you need to know to be a competent, safe and knowledgeable pilot (check out video sample below). In the process, you'll laugh and learn while understanding why the FARs read the way they do. Learn more at: http://www.becomeapilot.com
Views: 5443 Rod Machado
FAR/AIM 2019 : Federal Aviation Regulations / Aeronautical Information Manual (FAR/AIM Series)
ASA has built a reputation for providing the aviation community with the most accurate and reliable FAR/AIM products available. The 2019 FAR/AIM book continues this tradition, containing complete and up-to-date information from Titles 14 and 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 and 49 CFR) pertinent to General Aviation, Sport Pilots and Flight Instructors, combined with the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), and a free email subscription service for you to receive updated information as it is released by the FAA. Convenient handbook-sized 6" x 9" format; see backcover copy and table of contents for more details. ASA's FAR/AIM Series has been the standard for printed reference books containing the aviation industry's regulations for more than 30 years. ASA consolidates the FAA regulations and procedures into easy-to-use reference manuals full of information pertinent to pilots, flight crew, and aviation maintenance technicians. Visit Link http://bookarea.download
Views: 154 Willypd
IVAO XA Division - Aviation Regulations and Documentation (PP)
In this video, although it's a rather boring topic, we should at least go over the documentation governing aviation regulations and what we simulate on this network. We'll cover US and Canadian regulation documents as well as the Aeronautical Information Manual. Here are some links, as promised in the video: FAR (US) - https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?SID=334d882a949083f143681a8fd1473902&mc=true&tpl=/ecfrbrowse/Title14/14cfrv2_02.tpl#0 CAR (CA) - http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/acts-regulations/regulations-sor96-433.htm AIM (US) - https://www.faa.gov/air_traffic/publications/media/AIM_Basic_dtd_10-12-17.pdf AIM (CA) - https://www.tc.gc.ca/media/documents/ca-publications/AIM-2018-1-E-ACCESS.pdf
What is ULTRALIGHT AVIATION? What does ULTRALIGHT AVIATION mean? ULTRALIGHT AVIATION meaning - ULTRALIGHT AVIATION definition - ULTRALIGHT AVIATION explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Ultralight aviation (called microlight aviation in some countries) is the flying of lightweight, 1 or 2 seat fixed-wing aircraft. Some countries differentiate between weight-shift control and conventional 3-axis control aircraft with ailerons, elevator and rudder, calling the former "microlight" and the latter "ultralight". During the late 1970s and early 1980s, mostly stimulated by the hang gliding movement, many people sought affordable powered flight. As a result, many aviation authorities set up definitions of lightweight, slow-flying aeroplanes that could be subject to minimum regulations. The resulting aeroplanes are commonly called "ultralight aircraft" or "microlights", although the weight and speed limits differ from country to country. In Europe the sporting (FAI) definition limits the maximum take-off weight to 450 kg (992 lb) (472.5 kg (1,042 lb) if a ballistic parachute is installed) and a maximum stalling speed of 65 km/h (40 mph). The definition means that the aircraft has a slow landing speed and short landing roll in the event of an engine failure. In most affluent countries, microlights or ultralight aircraft now account for a significant percentage of the global civilian-owned aircraft. For instance in Canada in October 2010, the ultralight aircraft fleet made up to 19% of the total civilian aircraft registered. In other countries that do not register ultralight aircraft, like the United States, it is unknown what proportion of the total fleet they make up. In countries where there is no specific extra regulation, ultralights are considered regular aircraft and subject to certification requirements for both aircraft and pilot. Advancements in batteries, motors, and motor controllers has led to some practical production electric propulsion systems for some ultralight applications. In many ways ultralights are a good application for electric power as some models are capable of flying with low power, which allows longer duration flights on battery power. In 2007 the first pioneering company in this field, the Electric Aircraft Corporation, began offering engine kits to convert ultralight weight shift trikes to electric power. The 18 hp motor weighs 26 lb (12 kg) and an efficiency of 90% is claimed by designer Randall Fishman. The battery consists of a lithium-polymer battery pack of 5.6kWh which provides 1.5 hours of flying in the trike application. The company claimed a flight recharge cost of 60 cents in 2007. A significant obstacle to the adoption of electric propulsion for ultralights in the U.S. is the weight of the battery, which is considered part of the empty weight of the aircraft despite efforts to have it considered as fuel. As battery energy density improves lighter batteries can be used.
Views: 253 The Audiopedia
Airspace & Law For Ultralights (US FAR 103) Trailer
Airspace and Law for Ultralights strives to make this difficult topic crystal clear and understandable in a concise, enjoyable fashion. 3D animation is used extensively along with real world examples. We show WHY the airspace and rules were set up the way they were. It's intended for US ultralights--from free flyers in the mountains to those who fly from controlled airports. If you plan to fly ultralights in the United States this is the ultimate resource. The video can be purchased at http://www.footflyer.com/Products/2014-Airspace/Airspace_For_Ultralights.htm
Views: 17594 Jeff Goin
What Is an  Air Carrier - Common Carriage 4 part test and Part 91 Operations
Visit my website at www.theaviationvault.com to learn much more about aircraft dispatchers, airlines, and dispatch history! Learn more about LeTourneau University's aviation program at www.letu.edu/fly or about our all-online Aviation Studies degree program at http://bit.ly/AviationOnline. Videos are created for LeTourneau University's College of Aviation for the course AERO 4123 Commercial Flight Operations. Always remember that Laura, when you get right down to it, is just a pilot and a dispatcher. She is explaining facts from the source materials but may be incorrect or out of date. You should always follow your primary guidance (Aircraft manuals, government regulations, etc.) before listening to anything from this YouTube channel. These videos are intended for educational purposes only. This video screencast was created with Doceri on an iPad. Doceri is free in the iTunes app store. Learn more at http://www.doceri.com
Views: 8917 Laura Laster
FAR 117 Rest Requirements EASY explained
Here is a basic / fundimental video that will help you understand FAR117
New FAA Rule Eases RVSM Access for General Aviation Aircraft
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Views: 107 VISA LOT
Understanding FAA Regulations Part 2, Aviation Regulations, FARs
Part 2 of understanding FAA Regulations. We decode the "lawyer language" to make the rules understandable.
Views: 6332 Tim Morris
Principles of FAA and FAR by CMFAS Academy (CMFAS.com.sg)
Free explainer video on Principles of FAA and FAR FAA stands for Financial Advisers Act FAR stands for Financial Advisers Regulations Prepare for your CMFAS / CACS / FMRP exams on www.CMFAS.com.sg
Views: 15 CMFAS
Our system continually monitors for changes to the Federal Register, the CFRs, and the AIM. When we find changes, we automatically send them to your phone or tablet so that you always have the latest information available. No subscriptions! https://FAR-AIM-APP.com
New FAA Rules Regulations for Sport Pilots and Light-Sport Aircraft 2010
New FAA Federal regulations published February 1, 2010 to be effective March 2, 2010 These will go to the Federal Register Title 14 CFR Part 43, 61, 91, and 141. Paul Hamilton provides a brief overview of some of the highlights. Go to www.beasportpilot.com for updates and more detailed information. In the new world order of more regulations, the new sport pilot/light sport aircraft rules are not nearly as many changes as origionally proposed in the 2008 NPRM. They did not add the category and class categories onto the sport pilot certificates. Sport Pilots and flight instructors with a sport pilot rating (CFIS) will still have all those log book endorsements for category and clsss. Overall, it looks like more freedoms/privlages rather than less, a good update for all.
Views: 22531 Paul Hamilton
Aero-TV: FAR Part 103 Lives -- Belite Aircraft Reinvents the Cub
Belite's ProCub Lite Beats Up The Sky... For Pennies While at Sun 'n Fun 2014, ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell talked with James Wiebe, the President and CEO of BeLite Aircraft. Campbell said he was on the prowl for new airplanes and Wiebe introduced him to the BeLite ProCub Lite. Wiebe said that his ProCub Lite was built to prove that an airplane could be safe, fun, and fly well while still falling under compliance of the ultralight in rules FAR 103. The airplane featured in this video has all the bells and whistles but Wiebe said it's also available in a kit form for the $10,000 range all the way up to a factory built version of the airplane. The video details the unique construction of this airplane in the capabilities of its high-tech instrument panel. Wiebe also talks about his other models of ultralight aircraft and the numerous variations he offers. He reminds us that under the ultralight rules a medical certificate is never an issue. The video gives you some good footage of this little airplane in action. Copyright 2014, Aero-News Network, Inc., All Rights Reserved.
Views: 61974 Aero-News Network
Federal Aviation Regulations Aeronautical Information Manual
FAR/AIM Manual http://HelicopterGround.com
Views: 600 Kenny Keller
IFR Regulations
Enjoy this sample video from groundschoolusa.com relating to regulations for the IFR rating. You can purchase the full version on groundschoolusa.com.
Views: 924 Ground School USA
FAR/AIM: How to NAVIGATE | Checkride Prep
Check out the latest vlog: https://youtu.be/Y3362sgxAAs Want a better idea of how to navigate the chapters and sections of the FAR / AIM? (btw it's proper name is Title 14 CFR). Here's a quick video that shows you how to play the part of lawyer and read through and interpret the regs so you will be able to look up information you need during your private pilot, instrument pilot, or commercial pilot checkride. No one can remember everything they need for a checkride, that's why oral exams are open book and if you know how to use the book you'll be in great shape! What do we use to make our videos? Here's the links: Go Pro 6: https://amzn.to/2NqM3Zs GoPro 5 Session: https://amzn.to/2C0BwmJ DJI Gimbal: https://amzn.to/2N2pkpM DJI Osmo: https://amzn.to/2MU30i7 Audio Cable for GP6: https://amzn.to/2N1NHDT Audio Cable for Sony and GP4 and GP3: https://amzn.to/2Ny8dcu Sony FDRX3000 Camera: https://amzn.to/2LC535m DJI Mavic Drone: https://amzn.to/2PQLPwz #fly8ma #flighttraining #aviation #bushplane Your Support Makes our Videos possible! Thank You! Support us at: https://www.patreon.com/fly8ma Check out our site at http://www.fly8MA.com The FLY8MA.com Free Online Ground School for Sport and Private Pilots is available to everyone as a means to make flying more affordable and increase learning for everyone. We are funded with the help of our viewers and subscribers to our website: http://www.fly8ma.com and our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/fly8ma Every dollar helps us to grow our project into a comprehensive online ground school for Sport, Private, Instrument, and Commercial Pilots. We greatly appreciate all of your support and hope you will share us with your friends and family in #aviation. FLY SAFE! -Jon
Revitalizing General Aviation: The Future Part 23
The FAA recently published one of the largest proposed revisions to its regulations in history – known as the Part 23 Reorganization. This video highlights how the newly proposed rules will help streamline the approval of new technologies in type-certificated airplanes through a new performance-based regulatory structure utilizing consensus-based industry standards – from both an industry and FAA perspective. Watch to learn more.
What is AIRWORTHINESS? What does AIRWORTHINESS mean? AIRWORTHINESS meaning & explanation
What is AIRWORTHINESS? What does AIRWORTHINESS mean? AIRWORTHINESS meaning - AIRWORTHINESS pronunciation - AIRWORTHINESS definition - AIRWORTHINESS explanation - How to pronounce AIRWORTHINESS? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Airworthiness is the measure of an aircraft's suitability for safe flight. Certification of airworthiness is initially conferred by a certificate of airworthiness from a national aviation authority, and is maintained by performing the required maintenance actions. The application of airworthiness defines the condition of an aircraft and supplies the basis for judgment of the suitability for flight of that aircraft, in that it has been designed with engineering rigor, constructed, maintained and is expected to be operated to approved standards and limitations, by competent and approved individuals, who are acting as members of an approved organization and whose work is both certified as correct and accepted on behalf of the State. An example of an aircraft that was not legally airworthy is Larry Walters' "Lawn chair flight" in 1982. In the U.S., Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations, Subchapter F, Part 91.7 states: "a) No person may operate an aircraft unless it is in an airworthy condition. b) The pilot in command of a civil aircraft is responsible for determining whether that aircraft is in condition for safe flight. The pilot in command shall discontinue the flight when unairworthy mechanical, electrical, or structural conditions occur." The USA Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 21, §21.183(d) has a procedural definition of airworthy: "other aircraft An applicant for a standard airworthiness certificate for aircraft not covered by paragraphs (a) through (c) (a:"New aircraft manufactured under a production certificate." b:"New aircraft manufactured under type certificate only." c:"Import aircraft.") of this section is entitled to a standard airworthiness certificate if -- (1) He presents evidence to the Administrator that the aircraft conforms to a type design approved under a type certificate or a supplemental type certificate and to applicable Airworthiness Directives; (2) The aircraft (except an experimentally certificated aircraft that previously had been issued a different airworthiness certificate under this section) has been inspected in accordance with the performance rules for 100-hour inspections set forth in part 43.15 of this chapter and found airworthy by-- (i)The manufacturer; (ii)The holder of a repair station certificate as provided in part 145 of this chapter; (iii)The holder of a mechanic certificate as authorized in part 65 of this chapter; (v)The holder of a certificate issued under part 121 of this chapter, and having a maintenance and inspection organization appropriate to the aircraft type; and (3)The Administrator finds after inspection, that the aircraft conforms to the type design, and is in condition for safe operation." The true definition of the word "Airworthy" was never included in the Code of Federal Regulations until the 14 CFR Part 3, General Requirements, was established. The definition was included in the guidance, such as Advisory Circulars and Orders, but never in the Rule. Part 3 defines the definition of Airworthy as, the aircraft conforms to its type design and is in a condition for safe flight. A more generic and non-process oriented definition is required. Airworthiness is defined in JSP553 Military Airworthiness Regulations (2006) Edition 1 Change 5 as: The ability of an aircraft or other airborne equipment or system to operate without significant hazard to aircrew, ground crew, passengers (where relevant) or to the general public over which such airborne systems are flown This definition applies equally to civil and military aircraft. However, military aviation despite being governed by regulations, this is performed in a less standardized and more fragmented way as compared to civil aviation. An example of a method used to delineate "significant hazard" is a risk reduction technique used by the military and used widely throughout engineering known as ALARP (As Low As Reasonably Practicable). This is defined as: ‘The principle, used in the application of the Health and Safety at Work Act, that safety should be improved beyond the baseline criteria so far as is reasonably practicable. ...
Views: 6820 The Audiopedia
Remote Pilot Knowing The Far/Aim Manual
We hit #1 Best Seller on Amazon with our book called "Remote Pilot 107 Online" We are celebrating and giving it away for free in PDF download form. Get your copy here: https://remotepilot.mykajabi.com/pl/15241 Brand New Remote Pilot Online Course! Learn everything you need to become a Certified Drone Operator and prepare for the Remote Pilot 107 Test at http://www.remotepilotonline.com The FAR/AIM is kind of a lingo with pilots. Some of you helicopter pilots at our helicopter site, who are adding on remote pilot as a rating, this may be a little bit of a review, or a little bit basic, but it doesn’t hurt to revisit where we come from. The FAR/AIM is the Federal Aviation Regulations/Aeronautical Information Manual. The table of contents (each part to Title 14 & 49 are broken down). Throughout our training, there will be references to various FAR/AIM content. You will need to be familiar with the definitions and abbreviations listed in Part 1 of the FAR. Take time to familiarize yourself with these, as it would not be practical to simply read them off to you. You should get a copy of the FAR/AIM, be it a hardback, downloaded on your smart phone, put it on your iPad, your desktop. It’s a pretty small file you can download straight from the FAA website free of charge. Depending on how you download it, you can have a search engine that quickly gets your hands on the regs that we’re going to be referring to throughout our video platform for the Remote Pilot Lessons. Familiarize yourself with the glossary and index near the back. You can easily flip to the back of the FAR/AIM, look up items by common sense terminology, and it will direct throughout the FAR/AIM to read further on it. Many topics can be quickly referenced by simply looking in the index to find the specific locations. The FAR/AIM is a yearly publication by the Department of Transportation. Your copy can be purchased from many online vendors or downloaded from the FAA as I mentioned. You are encouraged to have a copy of the FAR/AIM in some form, so as to reference it during our study course. There is a link below that takes you to the ECFR. It is all of your government regulations, all the federal regulations that you can scroll down through, and you can pick out any federal regulation and quickly nail down the exact regulation that you’re wanting to read on. Study list suggestions for the remote pilot are listed as being FAR Title 14: • Part 47 • Part 48 • Part 71 • Part 107 Additional FAA Advisory Circulars: • AC 00-6 • AC 150/5200-32 • AC 107-2 (Knowledge Test Guide) • FAA-S-ACS-10 (Remote Pilot Certification Standards) • FAA-G-8082-22 Remote Pilot Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Study Guide Additional studies that are listed on the FAA website for remote pilots is the Safety Alerts for Operators. These are not just for remote pilots. These are for any pilot, with specific attention to remote pilots, because most of them deal with lithium batteries. • SAFO (Safety Alerts for Operators) • SAFO 0913 (Lithium batteries) • SAFO 10015 (Wire hazards) • SAFO 10017 (Lithium batteries) • SAFO 15010 (Lithium batteries) In conclusion, it’s important for you to get a copy of the FAR/AIM in some form. I would recommend you get it in all forms because we’re going to be using the FAR/AIM throughout this course.
Session 4 Sample - FAA Regulations
In this sample of our Private Pilot Ground School, Session 4, you will get a sample of the FAA regulations related to a private pilot. www.groundschoolusa.com
Views: 3092 Ground School USA
Dispatch: Part 121 Alternate Minimums
IMPORTANT NOTE UPDATE 10/19/2017: unfortunately, the video I created had incorrect information in it. What I posted in the comments about 8900.1 Vol 3 Ch 18 Section 5 says that two navigational facilities require TWO different identifiers and TWO different frequencies to be considered two different navigational aids. The example in the video showing two navaids that have two different identifiers but the same frequency is NOT actually able to use the two navaid rule. It would only count as one navigational facility. I will work to edit the video but for now please note that this video does contain this error. Visit my website at www.theaviationvault.com to learn much more about aircraft dispatchers, airlines, and dispatch history! Learn more about LeTourneau University's aviation program at www.letu.edu/fly or about our all-online Aviation Studies degree program at http://bit.ly/AviationOnline. Videos are created for LeTourneau University's College of Aviation for the course AERO 4123 Commercial Flight Operations. Always remember that Laura, when you get right down to it, is just a pilot and a dispatcher. She is explaining facts from the source materials but may be incorrect or out of date. You should always follow your primary guidance (Aircraft manuals, government regulations, etc.) before listening to anything from this YouTube channel. These videos are intended for educational purposes only. This video screencast was created with Doceri on an iPad. Doceri is free in the iTunes app store. Learn more at http://www.doceri.com
Views: 14695 Laura Laster
Complete Ground School Training Course For Private Commercial Instrument FAR JAR Regulations Test
If you have ever wanted to become a pilot and you are curious how to go about getting started, you may want to checkout a complete ground school training course available online that covers all of the studying necessary to complete your pilot training written tests such as Private, Instrument, Commercial and ATP. It covers airplane fixed wing and helicopters.. http://tinyurl.com/ground-school-course You will, as all pilots are required to, consult with the latest FARs to see any regulations that may have been updated. A good book to have is the Airmen's Information Manual/Federal Aviation Regulations FARs book to access current regulations. The AIM/FAR is available online at many aviation stores such as Sporty's and Aircraft Spruce & Specialty. I hope you are able to check it out. Flight training has become expensive now. When I became a pilot a Cessna 152 could be rented for $50.00 per hour wet and now you are doing good if you can find an aircraft rental for less that $100.00 per hour wet. And that does not include your instructor fees. So it is important to learn as much as you can on the ground and do your written test preparation with study aids and then when you meet with your instructor you can move past the training as efficient as possible. Doing simple things like becoming familiar with charts and chart symbols is a good idea. You should study and become familiar with aircraft performance charts. If you get good at these things your flight instructor will be happy with your initiative. Also, weight & balance can be confusing for a new student pilot. this is a good subject to get very familiar with, especially if you want to move into bigger twin engine airplanes. Weather was one of the most confusing subjects for me during my training. But you should read as much as you can before beginning your actual flight instruction. You will impress your instructor! _______________________________________________________ Flight Training Sacramento Ca, flight training Sacramento California, flight school Sacramento Ca, flight school Sacramento California, helicopter flight training Sacramento Ca helicopter flight school Sacramento Ca, atp flight school Sacramento Ca, flight training in Sacramento Ca, flight training Sacramento Ca, flight training Sacramento Executive Airport flight school in Sacramento Ca, flight school near sacramento ca flight school Sacramento Executive, helicopter flying lessons Sacramento Ca, helicopter flight schools in Sacramento Ca, Flight Training Sacramento Ca, Flight Training St Louis Missouri flight school St Louis Missouri, flight training St Louis Mo pilot training St Louis Mo, flight attendant training St Louis Mo flight attendant school St Louis Mo, helicopter flight school St Louis Mo, flight training in St Louis Mo, flight school in St. Louis Mo, flight school St Louis Mo, sport pilot training St Louis Mo helicopter pilot training St Louis Mo, helicopter pilot training in St Louis Mo, flight schools in St. Louis Mo, Flight Training Seattle Washington, flight schools Seattle Washington flight training Seattle Wa, Pilot Schools Seattle Washington, flight training Seattle area, flight training in Seattle Wa, Ground School Seattle Washington, flight training Omaha Ne, helicopter pilot training Omaha Ne, flight training Omaha Nebraska, flight training in Omaha Ne, Flight Training Dallas Texas, helicopter flight training Dallas Texas, aerobatic flight training Dallas Tx flight training in Dallas Tx, flight attendant training in Dallas Texas helicopter pilot training Dallas Tx, helicopter pilot schools Dallas Tx, helicopter flight schools in Dallas Texas, helicopter flight schools in Dallas Tx, pilot training cost Dallas Tx helicopter pilot school Dallas Tx, helicopter flight training Dallas Tx helicopter pilot training in Dallas Texas, helicopter pilot training Dallas Texas, helicopter flight school in Dallas Tx
Views: 590 Jamie Brummett
Small Planes Over Big Oceans (ETOPS Explained)
Support Wendover Productions and get 10% off your order at Hover by using the link: http://hover.com/wendover & the code "wendover" at checkout Check out my new podcast with Brian from Real Engineering: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/showmakers/id1224583218?mt=2 (iTunes link) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_10vJJqf2ZK0lWrb5BXAPg (YouTube link) Support Wendover Productions on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wendoverproductions Get a Wendover Productions t-shirt for $20: https://store.dftba.com/products/wendover-productions-shirt Youtube: http://www.YouTube.com/WendoverProductions Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/WendoverPro Email: [email protected] Reddit: http://Reddit.com/r/WendoverProductions Select visuals courtesy http://www.Shutterstock.com The full script with sources can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2p-HoK9KXEARFJMMFNVcDVrRzQ/view?usp=sharing Animation by Josh Sherrington (https://www.youtube.com/heliosphere) Sound by Graham Haerther (http://www.Haerther.net) Thumbnail by Joseph Cieplinski (http://joec.design) Research by William Mayne Big thanks to Patreon supporters: Ark Balagan, David Cichowski, Venkata Kaushik Nunna, Josh Berger, Vincent Mooney, Marcelo Teivelis, Victor Zimmer, Paul Jihoon Choi, Huang MingLei, Dylan Benson, Maximillian van Kasbergen, Etienne Dechamps, Alex Duvall, Rob Harvey, Ark Balagan, Hagai Bloch Gadot, Aitan Magence, William Chappell, Eyal Matsliah, Sihien, Joseph Bull, Marcelo Alves Vieira, Hank Green, Plinio Correa, Connor J Smith, and Brady Bellini
Views: 2094347 Wendover Productions
Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge FAA-H-8083-25A | Federal Aviation Administration | 1/15
This video takes care of me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6kwkHr_D4Q -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge FAA-H-8083-25A | Federal Aviation Administration | Education, Technology & Engineering | Audiobook full unabridged | English | 1/15 Content of the video and Sections beginning time (clickable) - Chapters of the audiobook: please see First comments under this video. "The Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge provides basic knowledge that is essential for pilots. This handbook introduces pilots to the broad spectrum of knowledge that will be needed as they progress in their pilot training. Except for the Code of Federal Regulations pertinent to civil aviation, most of the knowledge areas applicable to pilot certification are presented. This handbook is useful to beginning pilots, as well as those pursuing more advanced pilot certificates." (Summary from the preface) Study of the handbook should include the PDF from the FAA, which is available at http://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/. This is a Librivox recording. If you want to volunteer please visit https://librivox.org/
Views: 10858 AFolio
Part 121 vs 135 vs 91
Part 121 vs 135 vs 91 FAA regulations, there are so many of them. In this video we discuss the differences between part 121, part 135 and part 91 flight operations. Thank you so much for watching! You might be interested in the IFR basics video series, providing you with basic information that will help you gain more understanding of what you learn in instrument ground school. The link to the playlist of this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLu3pgl3EtgA-AgMjF4I0abxRZ_3vgKddw Another informational series that I did was on radio communications: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLu3pgl3EtgA_v0-h_21JUm2Ahk_9q6hd3 Twice a week I am uploading flight specific content like this one: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLu3pgl3EtgA-ZrQfD3kQhcbAccKOBqeal Say hi on social: Instagram: @nancy_bshaw Facebook: @NancyBshawloves2AV8 Say hi with email: [email protected] All videos on my channel are for entertainment and informational purposes only. I am not intending to flight instruct via this medium. Make sure you contact your local CFI or flight school for flight instruction. https://youtu.be/J_U4bLaBSX0 #flighttraining #becomingapilot #studentpilot
Flying Refresher – Time for Rusty Pilots to Get Current
It’s not always easy for pilots to admit when they’re feeling a bit rusty, but it happens to all of us. Join the instructional staff at Sporty’s Academy for a flying refresher to include flying tips and techniques, regulations, airspace, weather and more! And if you’ve been away from flying for an extended period of time, we’ll also debunk some of those myths associated with rejoining the aviation community and highlight what may have changed since you last flew. Please join us to brush up on your aviation knowledge and return to the skies a safer, more proficient pilot. Buy Sporty's Rusty Pilot Kit to get back in the cockpit: http://www.sportys.com/pilotshop/rusty-pilot-kit-online.html
Views: 47807 Sporty's Pilot Shop
Part 1: Understanding the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
Understand the purpose and learn how to navigate the Federal Acquisition Regulation with Lenny Bean, Norcal PTAC Procurement Specialist.
Views: 8299 Norcal PTAC