Q: What do I do if the weather is poor?
A: Flying in less than ideal weather is something that can ruin your day if you have not had good training in what to do and look out for. Although the weather in Aberdeen is generally good, it is also varied. This ensures that a pilot trained in Aberdeen has more experience with making good weather decisions than pilots trained elsewhere. It also means they can handle poorer weather conditions safely and without getting stressed out.
Q: Once I have my licence, can I rent from you?
A: Of course!
Q: How can I reduce the time it takes to get a licence?
A: Flying regularly: once a week is just fine. Keeping up with the ground school: this complements your flying. Look out the window and fly visually: it's not flight simulator
Q: Can I bring a friend along while I'm learning?
A: On certain lessons, yes. We can arrange these lessons to visit new airfields or to experience some of the fine scenery we enjoy in the NE.