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Aircraft Instruction, Flying and Mechanical
Obtaining a pilot's license requires many hours of flight instruction. In most cases, this instruction is purchased from a flight school. Flight schools generally specialize in a particular type or level of flight training. For example, some only teach private pilots how to fly light planes. Others specialize in instrument training or helicopters, which are generally considered harder to fly than fixed wing craft. Commercial flight schools and the military commonly use simulators for part of the training. Most private pilot instruction takes place out of a general aviation airport. Obtaining a license also requires a number of hours in the aircraft simply practicing. A certain number of these hours have to be done solo, and private pilots are often obliged to fly cross country, so as to ensure that they also know how to navigate. Generally, the school rents planes for this purpose as well as for lessons. All pilots also have to do emergency landing drills. In general, acquiring a license is done over a period of several months, but accelerated courses are offered by some schools. Aircraft mechanics also require training. The FAA approves some courses for mechanics, who generally train at a technical school or community college. In these courses, they learn how to do everything from routine maintenance to major overhauls. Mechanics may also specialize, for example in large planes or smaller general aviation craft. There are even specialist mechanic courses for working on remotely piloted drones. Some mechanics may also maintain simulators. The military generally trains its own aircraft mechanics.
 
 
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10515 White Hill Trl, Ivor, VA 23866
(757) 356-0700
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5192 W Military Hwy, Chesapeake, VA 23321
(757) 465-1692


If you are interested in getting flying and mechanical lessons for aircraft, then you should consider contacting an instruction program in your area that can help you with the training that you need to learn how to pilot airplanes and helicopters. Getting these aircraft flying and mechanical lessons is a good way to earn your license so that you can pilot private, commercial, rental, and charter helicopters and airplanes. If you have been in the military and have previous aviation experience, then you might also be able to participate in an accelerated learning program that will help you earn your wings quickly so that you are qualified to fly commercial aircraft as well as military jets. If you live in an area that has an airport, then you probably have a flying and mechanical instruction school there as well. You can find their names and numbers listed in the online directory. You should contact the schools to make sure they can give you the lessons that you need to earn your license safely. When you contact the instructors, you should ask them how long they have been teaching students about planes and other aviation vehicles to help you get a good idea of how much experience they have. Ask them if they use a simulator so that you can get some simulated experience with an emergency landing that will prepare you. You should also ask them how much their lessons cost to make sure that their prices are affordable for your budget.
 
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