Category Archives: Learn to Fly

Introducing the New CX-3 Flight Computer

Today on the Learn to Fly Blog, we’d like to share some information on ASA’s next generation CX-3 Flight Computer, available this November. The CX-3 is an excellent companion in the cockpit, on the tarmac, or the ground school classroom, whether you need to make a rate of descent calculation or plan a flight. You […]

Learn to Fly 4: Getting Started

If these last posts have convinced you that you would like to be a pilot, that’s great! Bob Gardner’s book, The Complete Private Pilot is a great place to start! Here is an excerpt from his book: So you want to be a pilot! You’ve come to the right place. If you haven’t already done […]

Learn to Fly 3: How much will it cost?

One of the most common worries among prospective pilots is whether it is affordable to learn to fly. Greg Brown and Laurel Lippert’s book You Can Fly! does a great job at explaining this: A range of factors will determine your total investment in flight training. First of all, flight school costs vary based on […]

Learn to Fly 2: Why Fly?

Why fly? The following is an excerpt from You Can Fly! by Greg Brown and Laurel Lippert that explains why flying is such an amazing feeling: Flying is humankind’s wildest dream fulfilled–soaring among the birds, playing tag with the clouds and gazing down upon the wonders of the earth. Pilots really do get to do […]

Learn to Fly 1: Introduction

Welcome to the new Learn to Fly Blog by Aviation Supplies and Academics. We have decided take a fresh look at our blog and to use it to help students and future pilots learn and explore insights on the foundations of flight and flight training. You will find out what it takes to become a pilot, […]

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