Despite the obvious sense of deja vu we’re really excited to reveal we’ll be back training again from Monday 12 April.
As before we have been busy in the background ensuring aircraft and instructors are ready to get our clients back on the controls.
Even seasoned pilots tend to get rusty after a few months on the ground so it’s a really good idea to do an extra bit of preparation before getting into the air again. Here are some things to think about:
- Check your licence and medical are current and your proficiency checks (PCs) are in date for the type(s) you plan to fly.
- Get out the pilot’s operating handbook (POH) for each type and give it a good read – up-to-date versions can normally be found online (Robinson POHs can be found here).
- For a checklist of things to consider before flying again look at our previous post Preparing to Fly Again.
- See the special issue of the CAA’s Clued Up magazine dedicated to going back to flying – check out pages 6 and 7 for an article relevant to rotory wing flying.
We’re very much looking forward to getting you flying again but as before demand will be high and we ask for your patience if your preferred slots are not available. Please ensure you read our guide for clients before coming in. To request a booking call us on 01273 946044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t wait to be flying with you again!